Anyone who bought tickets in advance to the festival will receive refunds at the point of purchase.
Blake Shelton is capturing the hearts of country contestants on NBC’s The Voice, earning two more with Bransen Ireland & Jordan Kirkdorffer.
Rhett thanked the fans for their support by putting out the behind-the-scenes look at the making of the “Marry Me” video.
For Scotty McCreery, the growth isn’t on the production side of his new album, Seasons Change… it’s in the lyrics.
“I think it captured the joy, the dream and the hope that made me fall in love with music when I was a kid and it reminds me, every time I play it, why I keep falling in love with music over and over again,” he explained.
Monroe’s album, Sparrow, will come out on Friday, April 20.
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“My roots influenced ‘Made to Be a Country Boy’ because where I grew up, the people you’re around, they’re like family. And we all kinda grew up doing the same things and learning the same lessons,” he said.
The members of Home Free feel like kids again by earning all the tickets they can during a visit to the arcade.
This week we are taking a moment to remember Joey+Rory’s highest-charting single, “Cheater, Cheater.”
Grab the tissues for this one!
Stone actually found inspiration for the song on Pinterest!
“I’m from Texas. Those will be my roots and I think all of the lyrics for my songs are very country structured like the way that they’re written,” Morris explained.
“Marry Me” climbed the charts in only 16 weeks.
Chris Young, Kane Brown, Randy Travis and more gathered to celebrate the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum’s American Currents 2017 exhibit.
Florida Georgia Line and Bebe Rexha are among the acts slated to perform at the 53rd Academy of Country Music Awards.
The 2018 Ballet Ball united esteemed dancers from the Nashville Ballet with some of the best vocalists to pay tribute to the late Johnny Cash.
“I feel like ‘I Lived It’ is one of the greatest songs I’ve ever had the chance to record,” said Shelton.
Dan + Shay follow a love story in chilly Colorado where people from two different worlds fall for one another one lesson at a time.
From sports icons to historical figures to everyday heroes, Carrie Underwood and Ludacris show their love for “The Champion” in a moving new music video.