Rain or shine, country has you covered.
Congratulations to Matt Mangano and his family!
Hunt was recognized in the Billboard Chart Achievement Award category, while Stapleton made his own place on the Top Selling Album list.
He may not be leaving country music, but Zac Brown is heading in a new direction with Sir Rosevelt and the release of their first country radio single, “Something ‘Bout You.”
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.
Keith Urban and Little Big Town were among the several country acts to help honor the 2018 MusiCares Person of the Year, Fleetwood Mac.
“So happy to announce that Charlie has a sibling coming this summer! We couldn’t feel more lucky to be growing our family,” Cook wrote.
OneRepublic and Leon Bridges will join the superstar group this summer.
Fleetwood Mac will be honored by MusiCares as the Person of the Year for 2018 with performances from artists across all genres.
While most of the artists rooted for Georgia to take home the trophy, Alabama came out victorious after an intense game that spilled into overtime.
Zac Brown Band stepped center field before the big game to perform “The Star-Spangled Banner” alongside David Walker and High Praise.
Over the years, several country artists have enlisted the help of mainstream celebrities to star in their music videos.
It’s safe to say there was a country music baby boom in 2017 as more than 30 babies were welcomed into the world throughout the year.
From Miranda Lambert’s emotionally charged “Tin Man” to Brothers Osborne’s rambunctious “It Ain’t My Fault,” here are the best country singles of the year.
From Kip Moore to Danielle Bradbery, Sounds Like Nashville is counting down the 20 best country albums of 2017!
The new baby will join Hattie, 13 months, and Bowles can’t wait to see the big sister in action.
Nominees for the upcoming 60th GRAMMY Awards were revealed Tuesday morning (Nov. 28) and several country music stars are in the running.
Old Dominion got the most explicit message of them all, one that had them laughing hysterically and had lead singer Matthew Ramsey falling off his chair.
“We just have to step out and be together and I love country music because we’re together, so we can change everything because of harmony,” Karen Fairchild said while accepting the trophy.
The competition is fierce! Do you agree with our predictions?