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  1. The United States is currently experiencing a mental health crisis, yet the topic still manages to get swept under a rug or viewed as taboo. Jimmie Allen, Morgan Wade, Lindsay Ell are a select group of musicians who are using their powerful platforms to activate a chain reaction to capitalize on the importance of mental... Read more »
  2. Without any bells or whistles, Lee Brice allowed his butter-like baritone vocals carry his performance at Live In The Vineyard Goes Country – touching each “Soul” singing along in the audience. The private concert that overlooked rolling hills of grape vines, served as a small preview to his upcoming Label Me Proud Tour. With an... Read more »
  3. Artists including Jimmie Allen with Jennifer Lopez, Jordan Davis, Dallas Smith and MacKenzie Porter and Wynonna released songs this week to add new tracks to everyone’s holiday playlist. To see CMT’s complete CMT Roundup Playlist, scroll down. Embedded from Wynonna Judd & Waxahatchee, “Other Side“: Country music icon Wynonna Judd previously promised her fans... Read more »
  4. Brett Eldredge teamed with songwriters Nathan Chapman and Heather Morgan for his moody new song “I Feel Fine.” Chapman also produced the album and Grant Claire directed the video, which Eldredge said he wanted to “portray this super confident person who has found confidence through a chance to stick up for themselves against the bullies... Read more »
  5. Don McLean, Larry Gatlin and Larry Stewart have dropped out of the concert special at this year’s National Rifle Association (NRA) convention. The men were originally scheduled to perform during Saturday’s NRA’s Grand Ole Night of Freedom concert. Other artists on the bill include Danielle Peck, T. Graham Brown, Lee Greenwood and Jacob Bryant. McLean... Read more »
  6. Country music legend Garth Brooks is on the final leg of his nationwide tour, and when he made a stop at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium in early April, he challenged Chris Young to bring the heat. Brooks’ return to Music City held great weight, as he was forced to postpone his Nashville set last summer due... Read more »
  7. Zac Brown Band’s John Driskell Hopkins admits he isn’t Justin Timberlake but says he’s a “rock and roll guy and can dance pretty well.” Hopkins told People that in 2019 during The Owl Tour, jumping started to bother him. He also noticed that he slurred his speech sometimes and couldn’t play as fast anymore. He... Read more »
  8. Hank Williams Jr. isn’t the first musician to attest that blues and country music are different, but also share several similarities. The 72-year-old hitmaker’s sound was built on the core fundamentals of the swing-worthy genre, as he learned from his famous father, Hank Williams. “The blues is where it all comes from,” shared the second-generation... Read more »
  9. Memorial Day weekend is just around the corner, and before families fire up their grills to celebrate the brave veterans who have sacrificed their lives for our freedom – Tim McGraw sat down with Big Machine Label Group to pay respect and to reflect on his 2007 patriotic single, “If You’re Reading This.” The country... Read more »
  10. Eight-time GRAMMY winner Carrie Underwood took her final bow on Saturday, May 21, during her REFLECTION: The Las Vegas Residency at Resorts World Theatre. Although her successful sold-out run has come to an end, Underwood has already made plans to resume the critically acclaimed production in 2023 in sin city. The “Ghost Story” singer shared... Read more »
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