Country sensation Reba McEntire announces musical guests for new fall TV series. With the support of her TV mom, Lily Tomlin, Reba kicks her two-timing husband to the curb and heads to . . . you guessed it – ‘Malibu Country.’ Check out the trailer!
Friends and fellow artists sing the praises of “King George” in a moving video that accompanied his Cowboy Rides Away tour announcement in Nashville this week.
Reba says she has “passed the torch” to Blake Shelton, who will power on without her. And he allegedly has something special “up his sleeve” for how he’ll handle things in 2013.
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.”
See your favorite artists on television this week! Set your DVR for Dierks Bentley, Montgomery Gentry, Rascal Flatts, Carrie Underwood, Trace Adkins, Reba, Gretchen Wilson and more!
Blake Shelton announced today that he will release his first Christmas album this fall, called “Cheers, It’s Christmas.” He also tweeted the cover image. And any guesses who thought of the album title?
The Mississippi-born singer and songwriter gave us two of the most iconic songs of the late 1960s. She turns 68 years old today.
If you know the music of Edens Edge, then you probably know their 2011 single “Amen,” a fun, uplifting song that blends country and gospel traditions with a contemporary pop perspective.
Following the news today of Donna Summer’s passing, celebrities from all genres and generations took to Twitter to share their feelings with their fans and the world.
Reba is about to take another crack in the TV world with a new sitcom called “Malibu Country.”