Paul Craft, Master Songwriter, Dies in Nashville
Paul Craft, a prolific songwriter whose hits include Bobby Bare's "Dropkick Me, Jesus" and Mark Chesnutt's "Brother Jukebox," died Saturday (Oct. 18) at a Nashville hospital following years of ill health. He was 76.
Charlie Worsham Turns Off His Radio
Charlie Worsham will be performing songs from his 2013 album, Rubberband, when he joins Sam Hunt and headliner Kip Moore during Friday night's (Oct. 17) CMT on Tour: Up in Smoke date at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium.
Miranda Lambert's B&B Ready for Your R&R
So here I am, planning college visits with my son all over the country with the routing savvy of an entry-level tour manager when, all the sudden, up pops the Ladysmith on my hotel search. It's Miranda Lambert's bed and breakfast in Tishomingo, Okla.
Billy Currington, "We Are Tonight" Writers Honored
Members of the music industry filled ASCAP's reception hall in Nashville during Wednesday's (Oct. 15) celebration honor Marc Beeson, Sam Hunt and Josh Osborne, the writers of Billy Currington's latest No. 1 single, "We Are Tonight."
Rayna and Sadie: Gasoline and Matches?
Rayna and the new girl Sadie spent a lot of time on Wednesday night's (Oct. 15) Nashville singing that they were "Gasoline and Matches." Meaning, they set each other on fire.