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John Schneider Reunites the ‘Dukes of Hazzard’ For Two-Day Festival

John Schneider relived his Dukes of Hazzard days when he launched the two-day Bo’s Extravaganza festival in Louisiana.

Chuck Dauphin • April 11, 2018

Country Music Hall of Fame to Induct Ricky Skaggs, Dottie West, Johnny Gimble

Garth Brooks – a 2011 inductee into the Hall – and wife Trisha Yearwood announced the name of three new inductees into the Country Music Hall of Fame this morning at the Hall’s Rotunda.

Chuck Dauphin • March 27, 2018

The Oak Ridge Boys’ Producer Dave Cobb Helped Quartet Capture ‘Fire and Passion’

With the help of acclaimed producer Dave Cobb, The Oak Ridge Boys were able to capture the fire & passion they’d hoped for their new album.

Chuck Dauphin • March 19, 2018

Jordan Rager Finds Inspiration in Tim McGraw and Jason Aldean

Jordan Rager has many heroes he looks up to, the main being country superstars Tim McGraw and Jason Aldean.

Chuck Dauphin • March 16, 2018


Album Review: The Oak Ridge Boys’ ’17th Avenue Revival’

The Oak Ridge Boys album, 17th Avenue Revival, shows that the ‘Mighty Oaks’ still have plenty of fuel in the creative ignition

Chuck Dauphin • March 12, 2018

Brad Paisley Served Up Humor and Hits During Kentucky Concert

It was a great evening to celebrate the past two decades – and look forward to what sounds are coming around the bend!

Chuck Dauphin • February 27, 2018

Kelsea Ballerini Sparkles at Sold-Out Headlining Ryman Show

Kelsea Ballerini proved to be a powerhouse with a dazzling performance on the legendary stage of the Ryman Auditorium.

Chuck Dauphin • February 15, 2018

EP Review: Kalie Shorr’s ‘Awake’

2018 could very well be the year of Kalie Shorr!

Chuck Dauphin • January 26, 2018


Singer, Songwriter Lari White Dies After Battle With Cancer

She is survived by her husband Chuck Cannon, their three children, and her family.

Chuck Dauphin • January 23, 2018

In Memoriam – Country Music Greats We Lost in 2017

Country music lost many great artists and musicians in 2017, including Troy Gentry, Glen Campbell, Mel Tillis, and more.

Chuck Dauphin • December 15, 2017

CMA Awards’ Greatest Moments Immortalized on New 10-Disc Set

CMA Awards Live: Greatest Moments 1968-2015 features 10 discs and 127 lives performances from the CMA Awards.

Chuck Dauphin • December 8, 2017

Amy Grant Is Reminded of How She Fell in Love with Vince Gill During Annual Christmas Shows

Amy Grant opens up about returning to the Ryman for her annual Christmas residency with husband Vince Gill in this SLN exclusive.

Chuck Dauphin • December 5, 2017


MySpace Led to Music and Love for Terra Bella

Terra Bella, comprised of Joseph and Martina Costa, met through MySpace and the rest is history.

Chuck Dauphin • December 2, 2017

Naomi Judd Opens Up About Her ‘Shocking’ Battle with Depression with Hopes to Help Others

Judd discusses how she once contemplated suicide, her long battle with depression, and much more in this SLN exclusive.

Chuck Dauphin • November 29, 2017

Garth Brooks Beautifully Illustrates Beginning of His Career in Part 1 of ‘The Anthology’

The Anthology, Part 1 stands tall as a celebration of the producers, writers, and of course, Garth Brooks, and leaves you wanting more.

Chuck Dauphin • November 13, 2017

Album Review: Tracy Lawrence’s ‘Good Ole Days’

On Good Ole Days, collaborations are the name of the game, as Lawrence matched his previous hits with a wide variety of today’s biggest recording artists.

Chuck Dauphin • November 10, 2017


Album Review: Lee Brice’s Self-Titled Album

Lee Brice’s self-titled album is filled with songs about real life and lyrics that instantly connect with listeners.

Chuck Dauphin • November 1, 2017

Craig Wayne Boyd Gives Fans an Inside Look at the Making of ‘Top Shelf’

In this exclusive clip, Craig Wayne Boyd takes fans behind-the-scenes of the album-making process.

Chuck Dauphin • October 30, 2017

Album Review: Lee Ann Womack’s ‘The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone’

Lee Ann Womack has earned the right to record whatever style of music she wants to, and with The Lonesome, The Lonely & The Gone, she achieves that goal and more.

Chuck Dauphin • October 27, 2017

Album Review: Granger Smith’s ‘When The Good Guys Win’

Fans who loved the music on Remington will like what they hear on Granger Smith’s latest project.

Chuck Dauphin • October 26, 2017