Country Music News

On the Grammy Ballot, Country Music’s Women Make a Mark

Read about the female nominees for the 2021 Grammy Awards, including Miranda Lambert, Maren Morris, and more. ... Continue Reading

With “Black Like Me,” Mickey Guyton Makes Grammy History

Mickey Guyton make Grammy history with "Black Like Me" the first Black female solo artist to earn a Grammy nomination in a country category. ... Continue Reading

Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town, Maren Morris Among 2021 Grammy Nominees

See the country nominees for the 2021 Grammys. ... Continue Reading

Hal Ketchum, “Small Town Saturday Night” Singer, Dead at 67

Hal Ketchum, the '90s country star known for "Small Town Saturday Night," has died at age 67. ... Continue Reading

WATCH: Tim McGraw Shares a Montage of Home Movies in “Gravy”

Embedded from Call this an epiphany, but Tim McGraw looks at life the way we should all be looking at life on Thanksgiving. His song “Gravy” — brought to you by the pens of Tom Douglas and Allen Shamblin (“The House That Built Me”) and Andy Albert — now has a video to go... Read more » ... Continue Reading

Morgan Wallen Reaches No. 1 with “More Than My Hometown”

Embedded from Just like Morgan Wallen sings in the first verse of “More Than My Hometwon,” the whole town’s rooting for him. It certainly seems like that’s the case now that Wallen has earned his fourth consecutive Billboard No. 1 as his “More Than My Hometown” lands on top on the Country Airplay this... Read more » ... Continue Reading

Meet The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making The Team Season 15 Rookies

Get to know the 'Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making The Team' Season 15 rookies. ... Continue Reading

Bid on a Double Date with Mr. & Mrs. Jason Aldean in the St. Jude Gifts That Give Auction

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis is always one step ahead when it comes to saving lives and fighting to end childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. And now, they are one step ahead when it comes to auctioning off some of the very best experiences with the very best country artists. This year,... Read more » ... Continue Reading

Chase Rice Says “People Are Craving Life and Live Music”

Ain’t felt this in a while. Rehearsing with the guys for the first time since June. I miss live music, I miss y’all. It’s comin back, can’t wait to see y’all out there. Get tix for our 3 shows at Twin Eagles Creek Farm below — Chase Rice. (@ChaseRiceMusic) November 16, 2020 When Chase... Read more » ... Continue Reading

The Avett Brothers Call for Unity in Folk Classic, “This Land Is Your Land”

Watch "This Land Is Your Land," the new music video by The Avett Brothers and director Samuel Bayer. ... Continue Reading

With Joy and Love, Grace Potter Brings Fans to “Eachother (Together Mix)”

Watch "Eachother (Together Mix)," the new music video by Grace Potter and her fans. ... Continue Reading

Russell Dickerson & Florida Georgia Line Crack Open a Party Anthem

Watch "It's About Time," a new video by Russell Dickerson and Florida Georgia Line. ... Continue Reading

Jon Pardi Marries Summer Duncan After May Wedding Was Canceled Due to COVID-19

Montana in May was the original plan. But it’s 2020, so plans don’t always turn out just as you’d planned. For Jon Pardi and his fiancé Summer Duncan, that meant tying the knot a little differently on Saturday night (Nov. 21). View this post on Instagram A post shared by Summerfawn Duncan (@summer_pardi) Their newly... Read more » ... Continue Reading

Kane Brown on the Thanksgivings When He Didn’t Have Enough to Eat

Even with so much to be thankful for this year — including his Sunday night (Nov. 22) win for Favorite Country Male at the American Music Awards — Kane Brown remembers the holidays that weren’t quite as blessed for him and his family. Embedded from On The Kelly Clarkson Show last week, Brown said... Read more » ... Continue Reading

Dan + Shay React to Their Three AMA Wins

Sunday night (Nov. 22) was a big one for country duo Dan + Shay. They performed their brand new single “I Should Probably Go To Bed” on the American Music Awards, and they picked up three trophies from the fan-voted show. One was for the Favorite Country Duo, and two were for their collaboration with... Read more » ... Continue Reading

25 Years After Their Biggest Hit, BlackHawk Make an Acoustic Return

One of the best-sounding groups of ‘90s country, BlackHawk may surprise you with the acoustic approach of Just About Right: Live From Atlanta. Founding members Henry Paul and Dave Robbins reunited with their original backing band of Bobby Huff (percussion) and Dale Oliver (lead guitar) for the retrospective project, recorded at the club Eddie’s Attic.... Read more » ... Continue Reading

Brennin Hunt’s “Heaven’s on the Way” Reminds Us It’s OK Not to Be OK

Brennin Hunt felt euphoric to see the finished version of “Heaven’s on the Way,” which he filmed in an empty theatre on a cold and foggy day in Tulsa. By sending a message to fans that it’s OK not to be OK, Hunt made this visually impactful video on behalf of Hope for the Day,... Read more » ... Continue Reading

2020 American Music Awards: See Winners in Five Country Categories

See the country winners for the 2020 American Music Awards. ... Continue Reading

Chris Young Shares the Story Behind His “Famous Friends”

There’s Brandon. Johnny. Jason. Randy. And Megan. Those are Chris Young’s “Famous Friends.” In his brand new single — named for his actual friends — and those of co-writers Cary Barlowe and Corey Crowder, Young sings the praises of every one he knew that was famous in their own small-town way. Young told me about... Read more » ... Continue Reading

Is Lee Brice’s New Puppy a Cure for Covid-19?

For the past nine months or so, everyone’s kind of been struggling to find the silver linings in this coronavirus pandemic. Lee Brice has found one, but his is more of a charcoal lining. It’s his new Charcoal Labrador Retriever, Charlee. She has been quarantining with Brice on his farm south of Nashville, keeping him... Read more » ... Continue Reading