“See You Tonight” singer Scotty McCreery might be seeing the courtroom soon, because his former manager is suing him.
What’s going on in the world of celebs?
Three years after country star Justin Moore released his hit single “Backwoods,” a Nashville songwriter comes forward with a copyright infringement lawsuit.
Wynonna Judd filed a lawsuit against her former stepfather, Michael Ciminella, claiming he owes her more than $200,000.
The Court of Appeals in Nashville today ruled against Tim McGraw and in favor of Curb Records, stating that he may have breached his contract with his former label.
Looks like Country super group, Alabama, is indirectly tangled up in a lawsuit with an Australian songwriter over their popular 1982 holiday song, “Christmas in Dixie.” The lawsuit isn’t against the trio themselves but with their label.
Lawyers for country duo Sugarland are stating that fans injured or killed by a stage collapse while awaiting the band’s performance at the Indiana Stage Fair last year are at least partially to blame, according […]