“I want to be that man!” tweets Chris Young, after hearing Tom T. Hall’s speech at the BMI Awards in Nashville this week.
Someone picked up the first ever Spanish singer. Someone picked up a sure thing ringer. Someone picked up a kid with glasses. And someone got no one new because he’s picky.
Don’t miss out on seeing your favorite country artists on television this week! We have the schedule and details for you below. Time to set your DVR and John Rich in the premiere of ‘The Next,’ Carrie Underwood, Lionel Richie, Blake Shelton and more!
Your favorite country stars are blasting their way into your homes this week via your television sets. Set your DVR to see Zac Brown Band, Chris Young, Eric Church, Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert and many more!
Don’t miss out on seeing your favorite country artists on television this week. We have the schedule and details for you below. Time to set your DVR and see Chris Young, Keith Urban, Little Big Town, Gloriana, and more!
Don’t miss out on seeing your favorite artists on television this week! We have the schedule and details for you! Time to set your DVR and see Kip Moore, Craig Morgan, Carrie Underwood, Scotty McCreery, Brad Paisley, Jennifer Nettles and more!
Taste of Country is trying to find out who the most eligible bachelor is in Country Music. Not making the list this year (after taking the plunge) are Jake Owen, Randy Houser, and Lee Brice. […]
Chris Young turned 27 years old today. And during his performance in Detroit this past weekend, he got a nice gift from his fans. Smack in the middle of his set Sunday afternoon at the annual Downtown Hoedown, the audience sang him a rousing version of “Happy Birthday.”
Miranda Lambert Brings ‘Gunpowder And Lead’ — And Kid Rock — To Closing Night Of Detroit’s Downtown Hoedown
“Whiskey already? I love this town!” declared Miranda Lambert from the stage on day three of the Downtown Hoedown, which took place in Detroit this past weekend (June 8-10).
Brad Paisley Headlines Chicago’s Wrigley Field And It’s Anything But ‘Just Another American Saturday Night’
Shortly after stepping off a hot and sweaty stage at a jam-packed Wrigley Field in Chicago yesterday, Brad Paisley took to Twitter to show his thanks for an evening that featured a duet (“Whiskey Lullaby”) with The Band Perry’s Kimberly Perry and some fantastic country-music guitar-shredding.