One American’s Opinion On Kneeling and ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ After Meghan Linsey ‘Takes a Knee’

After taking the field to sing “The Star-Spangled Banner” at the Tennessee Titans game, Meghan Linsey took a knee.

Chuck Dauphin • September 24, 2017

Luke Bryan to Serve as Judge on ‘American Idol’

It’s official – Luke Bryan will join Katy Perry on judes’ panel for the reboot of American Idol, debuting on ABC early next year.

Annie Reuter • September 24, 2017

Josh Turner Makes It All About the Fans in New Music Video

“‘All About You’ is a fun, hillbilly kind of song, you know, with very, more new, updated, fresh production,” Turner explains.  

Kelly Brickey • September 24, 2017

Rascal Flatts Like To Take It Easy During Downtime on the Road

From playing a round of 18 holes on the green to catching a flick at the local theater, the country trio find such comfort and joy in just taking it easy.

Kelly Brickey • September 24, 2017

‘Nashville’s’ Clare Bowen Shares Update on Brother’s Cancer Battle

“Timothy’s doing really well. He’s in remission,” Bowen reveals. 

Lauren Laffer • September 23, 2017

Get The Look: RaeLynn’s Patriotic Tank Top

Donning classic cutoffs with white stars, a pair of white patent leather platform boots and a navy tank wearing the words, ‘All American Girl,’ on it, RaeLynn saluted the armed forces in style.

Kelly Brickey • September 23, 2017

Luke Bryan Drops His Skinny Jeans

Luke Bryan and his tight jeans have been the subject of fans’ desire for years, but much to their dismay, the singer is opting for a new look. 

Sydney Smith • September 22, 2017

Midland Hope to Spread the Love in ‘Make A Little’ Music Video

The guys of Midland hope fans take the message of their new single, ‘Make A Little,’ to heart: the world needs more love, help spread it.

Lauren Laffer • September 22, 2017

William Michael Morgan: ‘I’ve Grown Up a Little Bit’

William Michael Morgan has endured a bumpy year, which has helped him to grow up and leave his ‘crazy ways’ in the past.

Gayle Thompson • September 22, 2017

Post Monroe Introduce Progressive New Sound: ‘You Wanna Make Music That You Love’

Post Monroe came on to the country music scene with empowering voices and they’ve only let time develop that passion for their new music.

Kelly Brickey • September 22, 2017

EP Review: Jillian Jacqueline’s ‘SIDE A’

The greatest thing about Jillian Jacqueline is that she possesses the ability to take each and every musical influence that has been a part of her inner fabric, apply it, and have the result come out to be very much an original sound. 

Chuck Dauphin • September 22, 2017

Brad Paisley Admits He Uses ‘Loopholes’ to Get Out of Trouble With His Wife

Always playing the role as the class clown, Paisley even incorporates his silly humor into his home life. 

Kelly Brickey • September 22, 2017

Kelsea Ballerini Spills Her Health and Fitness Secrets

“You have to find what works for you and not compare your health or your workouts or your eating patterns to anyone else’s,” Ballerini says. 

Kelly Brickey • September 22, 2017

Thomas Rhett and Baby Ada Are Majorly Twinning

There’s no denying that Thomas Rhett is Ada James’ father as the little girl clearly takes after her superstar dad!

Lauren Laffer • September 21, 2017

Kris Kristofferson, Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood & More Help NSAI Celebrate 50 Years

As the evening came to a close, the impact NSAI has had on the songwriting community was evident. 

Annie Reuter • September 21, 2017

Brett Eldredge Enlists Sadie Robertson as Co-Star in New Music Video

“Shooting the video for “The Long Way” with @legitsadierob…this video is gonna be MAGIC,” Eldredge wrote on Instagram. 

Lauren Jo Black • September 21, 2017

Blake Shelton Announces New Album, ‘Texoma Shore’

The name of the project is likely derived from a locale close to Shelton’s home in Tishomingo, OK. The two spots are nearly 40 minutes apart from each other.

Lauren Laffer • September 21, 2017

Josh Abbott Band’s ‘Until My Voice Goes Out’ Was Driven by Fate

“I just hope everybody appreciates the fact that we didn’t play it safe, we didn’t make a normal sounding record,” Abbott confesses. 

Cillea Houghton • September 21, 2017

Remember When Faith Hill Made Her Silver Screen Debut?

Faith Hill made her debut on the big screen when she played “the perfect housewife” in the 2004 remake of The Stepford Wives

Laura Hostelley • September 21, 2017