Throughout the recording of each track, Urban made sure it represented the direction he wanted his sound to go toward for his eighth studio album.
“Song’s doing well…it’s climbing!’ So, it’s pretty crazy saying that to Vince Gill, but it’s a lot of fun,” said Young.
Who knew being healthy could taste so good?
“I think the end result is something really special, and it was a trip of a lifetime for everyone involved,” Bentley shares of the video, which was shot in Iceland.
Owen teamed up with Hurd and the video production team of That’s Classic Media, Austin and Colin, to produce a spoof response to a fan’s question about what Owen’s favorite color is.
“We’re looking forward to heading back on the road in 2017 and sharing some new songs with our fans,” said Brown.
Moore and Co. picked some adorable names for the pups, calling them Johnny and June.
“I don’t apologize for performing for our country or military,” Keith said in response to the backlash he’s facing.
Hitting a total of 20 cities in the U.S. over about three months, Currington is ready to take on his headlining duties with great enthusiasm as opening acts have yet to be announced.
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Bentley challenged himself to stay in the 36-degree water for a mere 13 minutes to count for every day he’s missed since the new year began.
The sister’s harmonies are on point during their cover of “Up and Up.”
Shot just down the road in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Young sings his deepest feelings while balancing his hectic life in the background as he sets up for a show in a gorgeous, old-fashioned theater.
Artists such as Loretta Lynn and couple Tim McGraw and Faith Hill will also be getting their own place in the Hall over the next year, making it a big one for country music lovers to drop on by.
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“It only takes a couple weeks off the road before I get that itch, and I’m already feeling it,” Aldean says.
“I was doing a Twitter chat the other day down in Sydney and I got this person who sent in a video of themselves playing guitar and said ‘I want to come and play for you.’ And I said ‘come on!’
A portion of the proceeds from the tickets sold for the tribute will benefit the Randy Travis Foundation, which raises awareness and funds in order to research stroke conditions and rehabilitation.
Despite being born a few weeks early, both mom and daughter Evelyne are happy and healthy.
Thankfully, no surgery will be needed for her injuries.