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Kenny Rogers Says New Dolly Parton Duet Is ‘Touching’ and ‘Sad’
Kenny Rogers has partnered up with his good pal Dolly Parton again for the title track from his new album 'You Can't Make Old Friends.' You can hear a brief yet glorious snippet of their latest duet during a video interview that Rogers conducted, where he describes the song as to…
Brad Paisley to Shoot Movie Based on ‘I Can’t Change the World’
Brad Paisley is planning to release a film based on his new 'Wheelhouse' single 'I Can't Change the World.' He is aiming for the project, which is fictional but based on true stories, to screen in theaters, as well.
Miranda Lambert Is Back in the Studio
Miranda Lambert is back in the studio, possibly working on her fifth album. The 'Baggage Claim' singer took to Twitter, a preferred mode of communication for her, to share what she has been up to and even provided some photographic evidence.
Chris Young’s Scary Leg Infection Was Caused by … What?!
Chris Young had a pretty big health scare earlier this month, when an infection in his leg required quick surgery and for him to sit out a few tour dates. It was said to be some sort of bacterial issue, but the singer has revealed a very simple, surprising cause of the problem -- one that many of hi…
Randy Travis Sets Release Date for New Album, ‘Influence Vol. 1: The Man I Am’
Randy Travis had a rough summer. He suffered a stoke, had emergency surgery to save his life and is currently in recovery. But despite his intense health issues, the singer will release his 21st studio effort, 'Influence Vol. 1: The Man I Am,' this fall.
Brad Paisley Joined by John Fogerty, Chris Young in a Wheelchair at California Show
At his Shoreline Amphitheater gig in Mountain View, Calif. on Thursday (Aug. 22), Brad Paisley had a few special guests, among them classic rocker John Fogerty and tourmate Chris Young, who is recovering from a leg infection and surgery which caused him to table a few gigs.
Stephen Moyer Cast Opposite Carrie Underwood in ‘Sound of Music’
Carrie Underwood will star in a live, three-hour production of 'The Sound of Music' for NBC set to air on Dec. 5. Who will play Captain von Trapp, the widowed father of seven, opposite her perky, beautiful voiced governess Maria? It's a familiar face for fans of vampire fare.
George Strait Covers Billboard, Says ‘I’ve Got a Lot Left in the Tank’
George Strait doesn't do many interviews, but he did grant Billboard the rare chat in his new cover story. Strait has always maintained an air of mystery, preferring to let his music do the majority of the talking. But he does have a message for the music business and for fans.
Keith Urban Is ‘So Sorry’ About Canceled Concert in Austin, Texas
Keith Urban was fully dressed, amped up and ready to perform, but he couldn't take the stage in Austin, Texas as scheduled on Thursday (Aug. 15).
Luke Bryan Adds Second Nashville Show to Dirt Road Diaries Tour
What's better than one live dose of Luke Bryan? Two live doses of Luke Bryan.
Cassadee Pope’s Documentary Series Set to Air in October
Cassadee Pope is going from one reality show to another...sort of. The singer and winner of Season 3 of 'The Voice,' who will release her Big Machine debut 'Frame by Frame' on Oct. 8, is the subject of her own documentary series, which is still without a title. CMT has announced …
Judge Dismisses Curb Records’ Latest Lawsuit Against Tim McGraw
There's some good news for Tim McGraw that spells bad news for his former label, Curb Records. The two sides have been embroiled in years of legal battles, and the latest victory falls in favor of the country singer.