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  1. Kelsea Ballerini has a brand new song (and video, btw) she released very early this morning (Jan. 24), and while she will probably do interviews with news outlets eventually, she kind of posted an interview of sorts on social media. It’s like a Q&A Ballerini had with herself. As if she asked herself, “Are you... Read more »
  2. Dax Shepard — Crosby Braverman to me and all you other Parenthood fans out there — has recently turned his acting skills into interviewing skills with his Armchair Expert podcast. And in doing so, it seems like he’s unearthed a natural talent for putting other celebrities at ease. Like Dierks Bentley. On one of Shepard’s... Read more »
  3. CMT has revealed 17 new artists for its 2020 Listen Up campaign.
  4. See the Best Country Song nominees for the Grammy Awards.
  5. Ruthie Collins debuts her new video, "Joshua Tree"
  6. The Hot Country Knights stage a '90s country comeback..
  7. There’s a new story in Billboard that features songwriter Ray Fulcher, and he shares how he first got his start in country music. And when you look at the timeline of all the things that went right for Fulcher, you have to assume that fate was somehow always on his side. Starting all the way... Read more »
  8. Patsy Cline's "Walkin' After Midnight" inducted into Grammy Hall of Fame
  9. Embedded from When CMT sat down with Tanya Tucker to talk about her Grammy-nominated song, “Bring My Flowers Now,” she revealed the story behind the song that had been years in the making. This is her CMT HitStory. “I’d had the song in my head a long time. It was something I really wanted... Read more »
  10. See the Best Country Duo/Group nominees for the Grammy Awards.
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