Lauren Alaina, the Property Brothers, Kellie Pickler & others strapped on their cleats for the 2017 City of Hope Celebrity Softball Game.
A couple picking up the pieces of a lost love in Nashville is front and center in The Swon Brothers new music video for “Don’t Call Me.”
Blood is thicker than water and it seems as if some of the biggest artists in country music have those creative juices flowing through their veins.
See who will take the stage at the Chevrolet Riverfront Stage, Cherolet Park Stage and Gildan Broadway Stage during the 2017 CMA Music Festival.
This month’s playlist features tracks from Keith Urban, Dustin Lynch, Zac Brown Band, and many more!
“She said YES! I get to marry my best friend y’all,” Swon excitedly wrote on Instagram after the proposal.
While some suggested the typical remedies like ‘hair of the dog’ or keeping hydrated, others mentioned some random and yet still helpful ideas to try out during the aftereffect.
Country music has always been a huge supporter of the U.S. military so to honor that, we’ve gathered our favorite holiday homecomings!
Sounds Like Nashville is taking you inside one of this year’s hottest tours: Carrie Underwood’s The Storyteller Tour – Stories in the Round!
“Please pray for Christina, Jesus heal her body,” RaeLynn wrote.
Chuck Wicks, Jamie Lynn Spears, Brett Young and more will perform on The Park Stage during CMA Fest.
During ACM Awards week in Las Vegas, country stars gathered at ACM Party for a Cause to cover the Justin Bieber hit.
Tonight’s Carrie Underwood concert scheduled for the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas has been postponed until April 25.
“I always love being on the road performing for my fans,” shares Underwood, “but something about this tour feels more magnetic than ever.”
“I can honestly say I’m a better wife and mother because of you,” Hillary Scott writes. “Thank you for sharing, not just your story, but your LIFE with bravery and NEVER wasting one opportunity to point others to Jesus.”
There was lot of sparkle and shine at Friday night’s Louisville stop of the Carrie Underwood “Storyteller Tour – Stories in the Round.”
Sony Music Nashville confirmed that it has parted ways with four artists – Sara Evans, The Henningsens, The Swon Brothers, and Josh Dorr.