Annie Reuter is a music journalist based in Nashville. After years of covering the country scene in New York City, the New Jersey native moved to Music City where she enjoys attending writers rounds and learning the stories behind her favorite songs.
Scotty McCreery’s ‘Five More Minutes’ Video Puts His Whole Life in One Clip
Scotty McCreery's poignant single "Five More Minutes" comes vividly to life in a new music video.
Unsuspecting Passengers Take a Ride With Luke Bryan, Happiness Ensues [Watch]
Two girls attending CMA Fest were speechless when their rideshare pulled over to let Luke Bryan in.
Eric Church Debuts New Song ‘Old Testament Me’ for Fan Club [Watch]
Eric Church treated fans to a brand new song at his fan party during 2017 CMA Fest on June 9. The track, titled "Old Testament Me," has Church discussing what the Bible taught him as a young child.
Old Dominion Announce Sophomore Album, ‘Happy Endings’
Old Dominion will release new music this summer.
Sam Hunt Flew to Hawaii Seven Times to Win His Girl Back
Sam Hunt is nothing if not persistent.
Uh Oh! Miranda Lambert Gets Stuck in an Elevator, But She’s Got Booze
Miranda Lambert's week is off to a memorable start.
Kip Moore Announces 2017 Overseas Fall Tour Dates
Kip Moore is headed back to the U.K. this fall.
Kelsea Ballerini Lends Her Voice to Animated Nickelodeon Show [Watch]
Kelsea Ballerini is set to lend her voice to an animated series for children on Nickelodeon.
Luke Bryan Secures 2017 Farm Tour
Luke Bryan has been teasing big news all week, and on Thursday morning (May 25), he revealed that his Farm Tour will return this fall. It's the event's ninth year running.
Florida Georgia Line and the Chainsmokers Among Collaborations at 2017 CMT Awards
The CMT Music Awards will serve up a platter of superstar collaborations in 2017.
Lady Antebellum ‘Look Good’ on ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Finale [Watch]
Lady Antebellum graced the Dancing With the Stars outdoor stage Tuesday night (May 23) for an energetic performance of their latest single "You Look Good."
Trisha Yearwood Makes ‘Today’ Show Stop a ‘Day of Respect’ for Manchester
Trisha Yearwood was due to appear on 'Today' to talk about her cookware, but instead talked about the bombing outside of an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester.