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Vince Gill at the 2014 BMI Country Awards on Nov. 4, 2014 in Nashville. (Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images for BMI)

Keith Urban, Michael McDonald, More Honor BMI Icon Award Winner Vince Gill

In Nashville last night (Nov. 4), another ‘Icon’ was born.

11/05/2014

Tyler Glenn of Neon Trees

Lady Antebellum, Neon Trees, Fitz and the Tantrums & More Team Up for ‘Must Be Christmas’: Listen

In the spirit of the holidays, several artists have joined forces for a good cause.

11/05/2014

Sam Smith

Sam Smith, Pharrell, Taylor Swift Lead 2015 People’s Choice Nominations

Voting for the awards end Dec. 4, followed by the ceremony in January.

11/05/2014

Garth Brooks

Garth Brooks Extends World Tour, Announces Tulsa Concerts for January

The shows will take place Jan. 15-17.

11/05/2014

Ashley Gorley (Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)

Alan Jackson, Ashley Gorley, Craig Wiseman Honored at 2014 ASCAP Country Awards

Gorley was named 2014′s Songwriter of the Year, while Song of the Year went to Thomas Rhett’s “It Goes Like This.”

11/04/2014

(Courtesy: BlackberrySmoke.com)

Blackberry Smoke Announce New Album ‘Holding All the Roses’

Blackberry Smoke are gearing up to release a new album. Holding All the Roses, the band’s first on Rounder Records, will be available on Feb. 10.

11/04/2014

Chase Bryant

Chase Bryant Goes Down to the Train Tracks in ‘Take It On Back’ Video: Watch

Chase Bryant boards a train for his debut music video for current single “Take It On Back.”

11/04/2014

John McFee, Tom Johnston, Patrick Simmons and Michael McDonald (Photo Credit: John Shea/courtesy of the Doobie Brothers)

Interview: The Doobie Brothers Go Country on ‘Southbound’

“I think it’s a bit of an illusion as to who likes what kind of music. Just cause you’re a country artist doesn’t mean you don’t like rock and roll, and just because you’re playing rock and roll doesn’t mean you don’t like country.” – Patrick Simmons

11/04/2014

(Courtesy of Big Machine Records)

Taylor Swift’s Lyrical Evolution, in Word Clouds

Swift’s switch to pop didn’t just have an affect on her sound—more electronics, less banjo—it also tweaked her songwriting style.

11/04/2014

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