The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio has closer ties to Country music than one might realize.
Collectively, the acts that assembled have placed over 1,300 singles on the charts, combining for an astronomical 171 chart-topping records!
Performing on-board a plane is something Drake White won’t soon forget.
Vaquero maintains the down-to-earth style that Watson has become known for, though there are some moments where he paints outside the lines.
CMA Award winner John Berry takes a look back at his career and opens up about a health scare that almost cost him his marriage.
There are some incredible ballads on this splendid album of obscure covers, but what is really dazzling are the songs with a bit of tempo.
With a catalogue like Waylon Jennings’, it’s tough to pick just 10 songs!
We’ve compiled a list of 10 timeless country love songs just in time for Valentine’s Day.
“I guess if there was a special Valentine’s Day, it would have been last year – a thousand times over,” Feek shares.
Singer/songwriter Jesse Rice tells us about his new beachy new album and how it was inspired by his upbringing in South Carolina.
Take a trip down memory lane with 10 of Sara Evans’ biggest cuts, including “Born To Fly” and “A Little Bit Stronger.”
Reba’s new album, Sing It Now: Songs of Faith and Hope, includes some of her best performances to date.
Stephen Dorff opens up about his new film Wheeler and how the movie has become a tribute to his late brother, Andrew.
John Schneider, who shot to stardom as Bo Duke in The Dukes of Hazzard, is back with a brand new album.
“I have always wanted to write books and am a storyteller at heart,” Bowles tells Sounds Like Nashville.
Brantley Gilbert’s The Devil Don’t Sleep was well worth the three year wait. Trust us.
“I don’t claim to be special or better than anyone,” Jenny Gill, daughter of the legendary Vince Gill tells SLN.
In this SLN exclusive, we catch up with hitmaker Travis Tritt, who just released a new live CD/DVD.
Country Music has lost one of its’ greatest friends with the Tuesday passing of television producer Sam Lovullo at the age of 88.
In the world of entertainment, it seems that we have lost more people in 2016 than most years, and Country music has not been immune to this trend.