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The 2006 CMT Music Awards will honor the year’s best videos in a live telecast from Nashville. Read More
Rascal Flatts’ new CD, Me and My Gang, sold more copies its first day of release than their previous CD. Read More
Tim McGraw's latest CD, Greatest Hits Vol. 2: Reflected, has landed at the top of the Billboard Country Albums chart. Read More
Brad Paisley is finally realizing the power of his No. 1 hit. Read More
Garth Brooks’ former wife Sandy Brooks escaped a would-be kidnapper. Read More
Hank Williams Jr. voluntarily surrendered himself to the Shelby County Sheriff’s office in Memphis. Read More
Craig Morgan was involved in a cross-country motorcycle accident, Sunday, April 2—but still made it to a show on time! Read More
Rascal Flatts' new CD, Me and My Gang, hits stores Tuesday, April 4. Read More
Garth Brooks will release his next single from his Lost Sessions CD on April 10. Read More
George Jones was released from Baptist Hospital in Nashville. Read More
Sugarland, Clint Black and Craig Morgan are now part of the performing lineup at the CMA Music Festival. Read More
Blake Shelton has filed for divorce from his wife Kaynette after less than three years of marriage. Read More
Hank Williams Jr. will be honored with the "Johnny Cash Visionary Award" at the 2006 CMT Music Awards, April 10, CMT has announced. Read More
Kenny Chesney is on track to become country's top touring artist of all time. Read More
Tim McGraw released his long-awaited new CD, Reflected: Greatest Hits Vol. 2, Tuesday, March 28. Read More
You say you want a Redneck Revolution—how about a tour starring Gretchen Wilson and Trace Adkins. Read More
Looks like the Dixie Chicks are getting a big "welcome back" at Texas country radio. Read More
Kenny Chesney admits that his latest No. 1 hit, "Living in Fast Forward," perfectly describes his hectic life the last couple of years. Read More
Alan Jackson's new CD of gospel favorites, Precious Memories, has become the first gospel album to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart. Read More
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill got political and vented their frustrations about Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, this past Wed., March 8. Read More

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