Keifer and Shawna from country duo Thompson Square join Annie Reuter as cohosts of this week’s Radio.com Rewind.
How many performances can you pack into a single award ceremony? Country fans will soon find out, because the Academy of Country Music today announced that Jason Aldean, Kenny Chesney, Eric Church, Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Lady Antebellum and Little Big Town will each perform as part of the 48th annual ACM Awards on Sunday, April 7.
Life on a Rock just got a little more colorful. That’s because Kenny Chesney has unveiled the cover image for his upcoming album, which is due April 30.
While Madonna and Bruce Springsteen topped the list, country music made a serious impact on Billboard’s Music Top 40 Money Makers of 2013 list, which adds up all the artists income from touring, albums, ringtones, downloads, and more!
Brad Paisley Gets Interviewed By Eighth Grader, Reveals ‘Facts’ About Kenny Chesney, Carrie Underwood
Any fan of Brad Paisley knows one thing: he loves a good prank. He’s pranked The Band Perry last year with a Doodlebops video; he surprised Darius Rucker at the Grand Ole Opry by pretending to be a fan.
Not to be whiners, but when will country music get another turn? Many country fans likely ask that very question every year about this time, when the Super Bowl comes around.
Last month, country superstar Kenny Chesney revealed that he’s set to release a brand-new album on April 30. This week, he also revealed the title of that album–and unleashed a brand-new single to country radio called “Pirate Flag.”
It’s been less than a year since Kenny Chesney released his 2012 album Welcome To The Fishbowl, but today he announced he’s already got a new one ready to go. And he’s even set a date for the release. “It’s […]
See which artists brought in the most cash, the most fans and the most intense on stage experience this year
Last year, country music had some hard hitters like Brad Paisley & Carrie Underwood’s “Remind Me” but this year even bigger names teamed up for some massive hits.