Love is in the Nashville air!
While some country stars sat in the stands for the NFL’s biggest game of the year, others enjoyed the Super Bowl from their couches.
From the pre-show glam sessions to the candid snapshots taken just seconds before some massive performances, all of your favorite country stars used their social media platforms to document the chaos of the GRAMMY night.
Little Big Town, Maren Morris and Reba were among the country stars to walk the red carpet at the 60th GRAMMY Awards.
Before celebrating the Christmas holiday, the singer/songwriters gathered with family and friends in Morris’ home state to toast their engagement.
As 2017 comes to a close, we’re looking back at some of the more memorable moments and movements within country music throughout the year.
Watch as Brothers Osborne, Old Dominion, Chris Young, Dustin Lynch and more read the famous holiday poem.
Love was certainly in the air in Nashville this year. Here’s a recap of all the artists who got engaged in 2017.
The sold-out show featured special guests Ryan Hurd and Mitchell Tenpenny.
“This video means so much to me because this song is the story of how Maren and I met and fell in love,” Hurd shares.
Maren Morris, Ryan Hurd, and others are also speaking out against the guidelines sent to reporters.
From Carrie Underwood to Keith Urban to Luke Bryan, country stars went all out for Halloween 2017!
With the final countdown ticking fast, Morris only has a few more details to work out before her nuptials to Ryan Hurd.
Luke Bryan has revealed details surrounding his much-anticipated sixth studio album.
At the conclusion of the show, Bones thanked his fans for listening and revealed that they’d raised more than $50,000 for victims of the Las Vegas shooting.
As part of the “Bienville Cares” hurricane relief campaign, two-day tickets will be available for $99 and single days tickets for $60.
Sounds Like Nashville has your chance to win a pair of tickets to the inaugural Party In The Pines Festival in Florida!
Heather Morgan sheds some light on her life as a songwriter, having penned hits for Brett Eldredge, Dierks Bentley and Keith Urban.
“I couldn’t just buy something. I had to make it something that fit her,” said Hurd.
Country stars shared their thoughts on the protests and violence that occurred in Charlottesville over the weekend.