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Ashley McBryde Cancels Multiple Shows “For Personal Reasons”

Ashley McBryde is hitting pause for a bit. McBryde’s team revealed on the singer’s social media that she is taking some time off and will not be on stage in the immediate future. The statement read: “For personal reasons, Ashley will not be performing for a few weeks. We will share more details regarding when……more

Brooks & Dunn Surprises Fans With Tenille Townes On Tour: “Still Recovering”

When Brooks & Dunn request a collaboration, you don’t think twice. The award-winning duo recently invited breakout star Tenille Townes to perform on their ongoing Reboot 2022 Tour, and she instantly jumped on the opportunity. Townes shared the stage with the “Boot Scootin’ Boogie” duo on Friday (June 24) in Toledo, Ohio. Following the career……more

T.J. Osborne Talks Songwriting And Why He Keeps His Lyrics “Gender Neutral”

Country music hitmaker T.J. Osborne came out of the closet in early February of last year. Since becoming the first openly-gay country artist signed to a major label, Osborne has used his platform to advocate for the LGBTQ+ community and to express himself. The Grammy Award-winner recently caught up with Proud Radio with Hunter Kelly……more

BlackHawk Releases New Album With Van Stephenson Who Died Two Decades Ago

When BlackHawk member Van Stephenson died of cancer in 2001, bandmates Henry Paul and Dave Robbins promised to keep the band going after Stephenson’s passing. And they kept their word – even managing to incorporate Stephenson on the new album, “Blue Highway,” released more than two decades after his death. “It was a way to……more

Taylor Swift, Maren Morris, Breland and More Weigh in On Roe V. Wade Decision

A shock wave rippled through the nation on Friday when the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on Friday, which returned the power to determine abortion laws to individual state legislatures. The ruling is expected to impact half of the United States. President Biden called it “a sad day for the country.” Over the last……more