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The challenge that faces women who are trying to break into the music industry is finding that unique quality that sets them apart from other females in the format. Evidently, sisters Meagan, ... Read More
This exquisite book of photographs, both rare and iconic, is one of many tributes and releases planned for this year, the 10th anniversary of Johnny’s death. Cash buffs and even the ... Read More
The third time may be the charm, but for Luke Bryan, the fourth is the monster. Crash My Party, studio album No. 4 from Luke, is geared to blast the Georgia boy into the rarified air of ... Read More
It probably goes without saying, but the music business is tough. It’s a crowded space with a ton of talented people, many of whom never attain the kind of fame Luke Bryan currently enjoys. Read More
It’s been four years since Guy Clark released an album. Die-hard fans have been restless for a new collection, but reminds them that not only is it worth the wait, but that it takes a little ... Read More
Vince Gill is not just a vocal advocate for traditional country music—he’s practicing what he preaches. His latest album, titled Bakersfield, pairs him with the renowned pedal-steel ... Read More
The fourth single from Tim McGraw’s Two Lanes of Freedom album is the breeziest of the bunch. Where the muscular “Highway Don’t Care” put some tiger in the tank, ... Read More
With four seasons of The Voice in the books, the show still hasn’t created a breakout star. If we want to continue watching the sparks fly between epic bros Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, it ... Read More
It seems the world just wasn’t ready for “Corn Star.” And if the failure of that, excuse us, corny single, paved the way for a more serious Craig Morgan, then we can’t say ... Read More
Toby Keith appears to be ordering another round for the bar with his new single, “Drinks After Work.” The tune is the first release from the forthcoming follow-up to Hope on the Rocks ... Read More
In these days of anything-goes country—drum loops, AutoTune, guest rappers—it’s hard to discern genuine from gimmick.But there’s no such confusion with LoCash ... Read More
By now, you’ve likely grasped the concept of Encore, which basically boils down to a re-release of Hunter’s self-titled debut album (with some reworkings) along with new material. ... Read More
Of all country music’s recent cross-genre flirtations, none of them seem as logical or natural as the big-hearted rock anthem à la U2 or Bruce Springsteen. Dierks Bentley previously hit on ... Read More
Try, if you can, to let go of your personal convictions about LeAnn Rimes’ affair with and marriage to Eddie Cibrian.She’s probably turned to Twitter once too often through the saga, ... Read More
Like others of a similar ilk, most notably the Lionel Richie 2012 opus Tuskegee, John Fogerty’s latest walks the wire between duet project and tribute album. However you might decide to pin ... Read More
Before Chris Young’s run of successive hits, he had established himself as a popular live entertainer by entertaining the beer-and-sweat-soaked crowds in Texas and beyond. Yet his singles ... Read More
When the title of Luke’s latest single was first announced, the cries of “Oh, no!” could be heard throughout the country universe. Please, not another party song about growing up ... Read More
With a history of writing and recording that includes such classics as “Pop a Top,” “I Don’t Want to Have to Marry You” and “You Don’t Bring Me ... Read More
George doesn’t exactly blaze any new trails here, but then again, why would he need to? Like his other previous works, Love Is Everything further showcases George’s smooth voice and, ... Read More
True story: Country Music Hall of Famer Eddy Arnold charted 147 songs in his seven-decade musical career. That’s more than just about anyone else.And yet, your average Taylor or Luke fan ... Read More

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