To pay respects to the seven killed and dozens injured, the Indiana Sate Fair will cease all activity on August 13 at 8:46PM, a year to the date and time of the horrific state collapse involving country super duo Sugarland.
It’s the video that launched a million phone calls. During his set at Country Fest 2012 in Wisconsin, Keith Urban covered this year’s pop summer anthem ‘Call Me Maybe,’ made famous by Canadian darling Carly Rae Jepsen.
Despite her recent marriage, domestic life seems anything but blissful for Wynonna Judd. The country music superstar has filed a lawsuit against Michael Ciminella, a Louisville, Ky. man who raised Judd as his daughter.
We already know Jake Owen is taking notes for his opening set by watching Tim McGraw nightly on their Brothers of the Sun Tour, but it looks as though the father-to-be is now looking to McGraw as polished paternal figure, following the announcement he and wife Lacey Buchanan are expecting their first child this fall.
Music isn’t the only thing Dierks Bentley is creating these days. The ’5-1-5-0′ singer is set to release a special Dierks Bentley Custom Signature Edition guitar, which will be made available to the public later this month.
Country music’s resident mentor Jennifer Nettles and soul singer Robin Thicke kicked off week 7 of ‘Duets’ competition with their jazzy rendition of the 1980 Queen rock classic ‘Crazy Little Thing About Love,’ setting the bar high for a night of live Standards performances from the remaining four hopefuls.
She stole the hearts of the voting public after being crowned ‘American Idol’ during the wildly popular reality show’s inaugural season, and now Kelly Clarkson is taking back the title of best-selling ‘Idol’ single of all-time, beating out country superstar Carrie Underwood.
Brad Paisley has been given the supreme honor of playing for President Obama and the First Lady as the sole performer for the annual White House Salute to the Military USO concert, which take place on the South Lawn of the White House grounds on July 4.
Kenny Chesney celebrated an iconic achievement over the weekend. The seasoned touring veteran performed to more than 53,000 Pittsburgh, Pa. fans, which marked his sixth consecutive sold-out show at Henz Field. In celebration of the rare feat, the Rooney family — owners of the Pittsburgh Steelers — presented the singer with a cast iron Six for Six plaque, commemorating Chesney’s perfect record for sold out shows at the famed stadium.
Alan Jackson reached out to the victims of the Colorado wildfires by doing what he does best — putting on an entertaining concert. On Thursday (June 28), the country superstar played the famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre, where he raised thousands of dollars for the devastated area.
Easton Corbin made history with his gold-selling 2009 self-titled debut album, and now the Florida native returns with his highly-anticipated sophomore set, ‘All Over the Road,’ scheduled to be released Sept. 18.
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