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Patty Loveless, whose current album "Mountain Soul" is climbing the charts, is becoming popular in another medium as well. Loveless loves spending time on her HAM radio, and has become the subject of numerous postings on the HAM website, www.qrz.com. The singer's profile on the website has racked up an impressive 2600 hits. Read More
Lee Ann Womack will be participating in the "Top of the Charts" edition of ABC's "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire." The entire "Top of the Charts" edition of the hit game show will air over four episodes beginning with one on July 22. Read More
The Dixie Chicks are being sued by their record label, Sony Music Entertainment, for breach of contract in a suit filed in a Manhattan federal court this week.Read More
Kenny Rogers and his wife, Wanda, left for an African safari on July 18. They will be accompanied by a total of 25 family and friends including Rogers' son Christopher. Kenny has visited Africa twice before, and his interest in photography has lured him back once again. Read More
The collaboration between George Strait and Alan Jackson on the song "Murder On Music Row" for Strait's "Latest Greatest Straitest Hits" album was a rousing success. Fans of both country superstars couldn't get enough of the tune. Now fans will have another chance to hear the country crooners combine their talents again on a new Alan Jackson song. Read More
Blake Shelton's latest song "Austin" is changing people's lives. According to the singer, a woman who had walked out on her husband years ago pulled her car over to the side of the road when she heard the tune. Read More
When the Poarch Creek Indian tribe heard that Lila McCann was going to be in Mobile, Alabama for a concert, they asked if she would come to visit beforehand. Read More
When Laurie Pustina says she's a Toby Keith fan, she really means it! Read More
Charlie Robison and Brad Paisley have been exchanging some words lately -- and from what we've gathered, those words aren't so friendly. Read More
About five years ago, Toby Keith got the urge to get a little edgier with his music.However, the record label he was signed with was not exactly on the same page. Read More
Today is officially Alan Jackson day in Nashville. Read More
Darryl Worley's current single, "Second Wind," from his debut album is one of his favorites. Read More
Jamie O'Neal grew up performing with her family and traveling. The family came to the U.S. from Australia, and they lived and performed in many areas of the country -- they even lived in Nashville three different times. Read More
Jo Dee Messina has a pre-show workout routine that she and her band go through before a performance. They all get together and work out their vocal muscles right before the curtain opens. Read More
As part of the festivities around the opening of the new Hall of Fame building, the CMA will hold a mass Hall of Fame induction during a special ceremony in Nashville on October 4, 2001. Read More
The newly opened Shania Twain Centre was the target of some graffiti-loving punks recently. Read More
Trace Adkins was pulled over by a Tennessee police officer on July 5 for speeding. The singer was driving 50 mph in a 30 mph zone in Nolensville. Read More
Garth Brooks served as one of the pallbearers at the funeral of Grand Ole Opry member Johnny Russell on the morning of July 6. Several other Opry members also participated as pallbearers including Brad Paisley, Jim Ed Brown, Billy Walker, Porter Wagoner, Jack Greene, and Little Jimmy Dickens. Read More
Chely Wright was one of many performers for the PBS special "Capitol Fourth." The singer was overwhelmed with honor that she was asked to take part in the celebration because she comes from a military family. Read More
Legendary singer/songwriter and Grand Ole Opry member Johnny Russell died on July 3 after battling diabetes his whole life. The 61-year-old died peacefully at a Nashville hospital Read More