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The Reason Why Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood Are Postponing Their All-Request Show

It’s OOAAOC. That the acronym we’ve all been hearing too much of during this coronavirus pandemic. It stands for Out Of An Abundance Of Caution, and it’s why Garth Brooks announced on Monday (July 6) that he would be postponing his virtual Facebook Live concert he’d planned for July 7. Brooks and his wife Trisha... Read more » ... Continue Reading

From African Music to Zoom Calls, Jimmy Buffett Lives Life on the Flip Side

Read the second half of our exclusive interview with Jimmy Buffett and hear tracks from his new album, Life on the Flip Side. ... Continue Reading

23 Unexpectedly Patriotic Country Songs That We Have on Repeat

Editor’s note: This story originally appeared during the 4th of July holiday in 2019. When people were looking forward to gathering with friends and family to watch the fireworks, grill some burgers and have a few cold beers. So while we know that this year’s Independence Day festivities will look different, or might not happen... Read more » ... Continue Reading

Hear Johnny Cash’s Tempting (and Unreleased) Track, “I Draw the Line”

One of the towering figures of American music, Johnny Cash went through a period of being overlooked by listeners, who were apparently more interested in the pop-country of the late ’80s and early ’90s. However, six albums from that era are getting a second chance with a new box set, The Complete Mercury Recordings 1986-1991.... Read more » ... Continue Reading

Kacey Musgraves, Ruston Kelly Announce Divorce in Joint Statement

Kacey Musgraves and Ruston Kelly have announced their divorce in a joint statement, saying in part, "It simply just didn't work." ... Continue Reading

Fall in Love to “American Avenue” by Leaving Austin and Cassadee Pope

Watch "American Avenue," the new video by Leaving Austin, featuring Cassadee Pope. ... Continue Reading

EXCLUSIVE: Luke Bryan Says He Wants to Video Chat with You

Starting on Monday morning (July 6), the American Red Cross and KPentertainment have joined forces for a fundraiser that’s custom made for country fans. You just donate to the Red Cross, and you have the chance to win a virtual video call with your choice of six artists. You can sign up for a one-on-one... Read more » ... Continue Reading

In “Me About Me, “RaeLynn Recalls a Guy Who Didn’t Ask Her About Her

Listen to "Me About Me," a new single from RaeLynn's upcoming EP, Baytown, out August 14. ... Continue Reading

UPDATE: Country Stars Share Their Own Charlie Daniels Memories and Moments

Once the news of the death of country music’s legendary songwriter, singer and multi-instrumentalist Charlie Daniels was out, the country community came out in full force to share their memories of the man who meant so much to so many. Travis Tritt posted a picture that speaks volumes about his love for Daniels. “My heart... Read more » ... Continue Reading

Charlie Daniels, 83, Dies of a Stroke

Charlie Daniels, a member of the Grand Ole Opry and the Country Music Hall of Fame, has died. ... Continue Reading

It Looks Like This Is How We Concert Now

It may not have been easy to pull this off, but Granger Smith did it. He wanted/needed to play a live show, but with the current safety measures in place because of the COVID-19 pandemic, he had to be very, very careful. Especially in Texas, where Smith lives and where this concert was held. And... Read more » ... Continue Reading

UPDATE: Country Stars Share Their Own Charlie Daniels Memories and Moments

Once the news of the death of country music’s legendary songwriter, singer and multi-instrumentalist Charlie Daniels was out, the country community came out in full force to share their memories of the man who meant so much to so many. Travis Tritt posted a picture that speaks volumes about his love for Daniels. “My heart... Read more » ... Continue Reading

Country Stars Share Their Own Charlie Daniels Memories and Moments

Once the news of the death of country music’s legendary songwriter, singer and multi-instrumentalist Charlie Daniels was out, the country community came out in full force to share their memories of the man who meant so much to so many. Travis Tritt posted a picture that speaks volumes about his love for Daniels. “My heart... Read more » ... Continue Reading

Charlie Daniels, 83, Dies of a Stroke

Charlie Daniels, a member of the Grand Ole Opry and the Country Music Hall of Fame, has died. ... Continue Reading

It Looks Like This Is How We Concert Now

It may not have been easy to pull this off, but Granger Smith did it. He wanted/needed to play a live show, but with the current safety measures in place because of the COVID-19 pandemic, he had to be very, very careful. Especially in Texas, where Smith lives and where this concert was held. And... Read more » ... Continue Reading

In “Me About Me, “RaeLynn Recalls a Guy Who Didn’t Ask Her About Her

Listen to "Me About Me," a new single from RaeLynn's upcoming EP, Baytown, out August 14. ... Continue Reading

EXCLUSIVE: Luke Bryan Says He Wants to Video Chat with You

Starting on Monday morning (July 6), the American Red Cross and KPentertainment have joined forces for a fundraiser that’s custom made for country fans. You just donate to the Red Cross, and you have the chance to win a virtual video call with your choice of six artists. You can sign up for a one-on-one... Read more » ... Continue Reading

Fall in Love to “American Avenue” by Leaving Austin and Cassadee Pope

Watch "American Avenue," the new video by Leaving Austin, featuring Cassadee Pope. ... Continue Reading

Kacey Musgraves, Ruston Kelly Announce Divorce in Joint Statement

Kacey Musgraves and Ruston Kelly have announced their divorce in a joint statement, saying in part, "It simply just didn't work." ... Continue Reading

Hear Johnny Cash’s Tempting (and Unreleased) Track, “I Draw the Line”

One of the towering figures of American music, Johnny Cash went through a period of being overlooked by listeners, who were apparently more interested in the pop-country of the late ’80s and early ’90s. However, six albums from that era are getting a second chance with a new box set, The Complete Mercury Recordings 1986-1991.... Read more » ... Continue Reading