The sixth annual ACM Honors took place in Nashville on Monday night and featured such artists as Dierks Bentley, Kellie Pickler, Kenny Chesney, Dwight Yoakam, Emmylou Harris, Rodney Crowell, and Hunter Hayes.
Dierks Bentley, Hunter Hayes, Kellie Pickler, Clint Black Among Stars Performing At Monday’s ACM Honors
The ACM Honors event celebrates out-of-the-ordinary efforts from some true country superstars as well as artists, musicians, and industry vets who work behind the scenes.
The American Idol winner is selling her Texas home and moving to Nashville fulltime. “I do love pop music,” she says, but “I think I have more of a Southern mentality.”
Keith Urban and Edens Edge posted fun video tributes to Little Big Town, who reached Number One this with their catchy summer hit “Pontoon.”
Taylor Swift and Conor Kennedy have been out and about in Nashville this week–including sitting down for a meal with Taylor’s parents, Andrea and Scott Swift.
The Bee Gees cofounder takes the “hallowed” stage to play two songs from his band’s back catalog, along with an old Civil War song that is “truly appropriate for the present.” Watch the videos!
THE FARM brings a unique and unrivaled sound to the table on their self titled-debut album that has quickly made it into the Top 20 country albums on iTunes.
Kitty Wells, country music’s first female superstar has passed away at the age of 92. Country music artists react.
Martina McBride announced on her website that she has moved to Los Angeles…temporarily, at least, to support her daughter’s interest in acting.
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.