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Trick Pony will soon be bringing their honky-tonk show overseas for concerts in Japan and Korea. They'll perform this Sunday, October 16, at the 17th Annual Country Gold Festival in Kumamoto, Japan. After Country Gold, they'll head to South Korea to do five shows at various U.S. Army bases. Read More
In the Oct. 24 issue of Country Weekly, we incorrectly reported that John Shanks was set to produce Keith Urban's next album. In fact, Keith will again be working with his longtime producer, Dann Huff. Read More
According to the Evansville, Ill. Courier & Press, Keith Urban cancelled his show last Thursday after a doctor diagnosed a bruise on his right vocal cord. Read More
Gretchen Wilson's sophomore album, All Jacked Up, sold 265,000 copies in its first week of release, and as a result, Gretchen debuts at No. 1 on both the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and The Billboard 200 Read More
The saga continues. Read More
According to John Rich, Faith Hill is the modern-day reincarnation of a country legend. Read More
Martina McBride's upcoming new album, Timeless, is full of the country classics she grew up singing in her family's band The Schiffters. The CD's first single is the 1970 Lynn Anderson signature song, "Rose Garden." Read More
According to the October 3rd edition of the "Page Six" column in the New York Post, the reason for the Kenny Chesney/Renée Zellweger split was another man. Read More
Last Saturday night, Dierks Bentley played his most important gig of the year—his Grand Ole Opry induction. On October 1, Dierks became the youngest member of the Opry, as he was officially inducted by Marty Stuart. Read More
Gretchen Wilson postponed a concert in Huntsville, Ala., and canceled another in Perry, Ga., after her doctor advised her to rest her voice. Read More
Toby Keith is set to star in his first feature film, Angel From Montgomery. And according to Production Weekly, his co-star will be actress Kelly Preston [also known as Mrs. John Travolta] Read More
If you're wondering where the Dixie Chicks have been, the answer is, in the studio. They've been working with producer Rick Rubin (best known in country circles for his work with the late great Johnny Cash), on a new album. And, in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, they've offered up a sneak peek of their sound, with a new song called "I Hope." Read More
More presenters for the 39th Annual CMA Awards are named. Read More
Faith Hill joins fellow Mississippians Morgan Freeman, John Grisham, Brett Favre, Sela Ward, Steve Azar and other celebrities and entertainers taking part in "Mississippi Rising," a fundraising concert in support of the Mississippi Hurricane Recovery Fund. Read More
As Hurricane Rita roars toward the Texas Gulf Coast, Beaumont resident Tracy Byrd is doing what more than a million other Texans are doing—evacuating with his family. Read More
Country music will be well represented at the 33rd Annual American Music Awards. Read More
Faith Hill and songwriter Lori McKenna to appear on Oprah Read More
Due to the threat of Hurricane Rita to Houston and surrounding areas, the “CMT One Country Concert,” originally scheduled for Saturday, October 1, at Houston's Reliant Stadium, will be postponed until further notice. Read More
Our condolences to Trisha Yearwood, whose father, Jack H. Yearwood, passed away this morning in Trisha's hometown of Monticello, Ga. at the age of 72. Read More
Patty Loveless joined a pretty impressive club last Saturday, September 17, when she was inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame at a black-tie event held at Atlanta's World Congress Center. Read More

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