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Garth Brooks just recently celebrated his 40th birthday, and his fans gave him a very special gift. Read More
According to Oscar tradition, songs that are nominated in the Best Original Song category are performed during the ceremony.That means that it is possible that Faith Hill will be at the awards show to sing "There You'll Be," from the film "Pearl Harbor." The song was nominated along with works from Paul McCartney, Sting, Enya and Randy Newman. Read More
Tracy Lawrence has some romantic plans in store for his wife, Becca this Valentine's Day, but he isn't forgetting his daughter, Skylar, either. Read More
Lee Ann Womack is busily working on her new album. Although it's not finished yet, she has a tentative title -- "Something Worth Leaving Behind. Read More
Joe Diffie has done wonderful work with the charity First Steps -- an organization that helps educate physically and mentally challenged children. Read More
Even though Fan Fair isn't until June, 13 out of last year's 40 acts have signed up and are confirmed to perform.

The evening concert schedule will include, but not be limited to: Jessica Andrews, Brooks & Dunn, Kenny Chesney, Diamond Rio, Sara Evans, Alan Jackson, Toby Keith, Martina McBride, Jamie O'Neal, Brad Paisley, SHeDAISY, keith urban and Lee Ann Womack. Read More

The 1st Unit Fire and Safety, Inc. in Toronto, Canada recently honored Billy Ray Cyrus with a special award. Read More
The first ballots for the 37th annual Academy of Country MusicAwards have been approved -- let the voting begin! Read More
The following is a list of the 2002 ACM Award Nominees Read More
Alan Jackson's newest album, "Drive" is a big success. Read More
Word has it that veteran country singer Johnny Cash is pairing up with rock singer Dave Matthews. Read More
In an interview with Country Music Magazine, Lee Ann Womack explains her theory on how she has become such a success. "I always believed I could do it," she says. "I didn't know if I would, because maybe God wouldn't see fit to let me have what I wanted so badly. But I always knew that I could." Read More
Alan Jackson has spent some time on the Billboard charts in the #1 position. His 1993 hit "Chattahoochee" spent four weeks there and was his longest-running single at #1. Read More
WSM-AM in Nashville has announced that it will continue broadcasting country music, instead of switching to an all-talk sports format. Read More
The Dixie Chicks, scheduled to appear on the PBS-TV special "All-Star Bluegrass Celebration," have backed out due to legal issues. Read More
Brad Paisley will perform in his first homecoming concert at the Wheeling Civic Center in West Virginia. The event is called "An Evening Back Home," and Paisley is also working with Jamboree USA in planning a live radio broadcast to go along with it. Read More
Kenny Chesney -- voted Country's Hottest Bachelor by Country Weekly magazine -- says that it's hard to find a woman. For one thing, his career has taken off so much that it's hard to tell if a person likes you for who you are, or for your celebrity. Read More
Alan Jackson's newest album, "Drive" features a duet with Alan and George Strait called "Designated Drinker. Read More
The Nominees for the 44th annual Grammy Awards have beenofficially selected for this year. Read More
Rumors have been running rampant that Nashville's WSM-AM 650 radio station may switch from its traditional country format to sports talk. Read More