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  • Sun Records: Margaret Anne Florence on Playing the Other Woman

    Interestingly enough, Florence was born and raised in Charleston, S. C., and has deep roots in Memphis as her mother grew up there in the 50s. So you might say, this project is one dear to her heart.

  • Justin Moore and Company Celebrate “You Look Like I Need a Drink”

    It was a crowded stage at the South saloon in Nashville Tuesday afternoon (Feb. 21) as Justin Moore stood there celebrating with the three writers and three producers of his fifth No. 1 Billboard single, “You Look Like I Need a Drink.” Co-written by Rodney Clawson, Natalie Hemby and Matt Dragstrem, the song hit the... Read more »

  • Zac Brown: A Conduit to Get Things Done

    When Trisha Yearwood took the stage to open the 2017 Country Radio Seminar in Nashville with “The Star-Spangled Banner,” Zac Brown removed his hat and held it over his heart. It was a small gesture, perhaps, but it spoke volumes about the kind of man Brown is. And when it was his turn to take... Read more »

  • World Premiere Video: Midland’s “Drinkin’ Problem”

    Look out, officers. The members of Midland are on the run and having way too much fun in their new video for “Drinkin’ Problem.” One part Dukes of Hazzard and one part Smokey and the Bandit, the video for “Drinkin’ Problem” is all action and outlaw. Romancing the pretty girls, running moonshine– and most importantly,... Read more »

  • Why Lady Antebellum’s “You Look Good” Sounds So Good

    After Lady Antebellum took a short break from being Lady Antebellum, they are back with a new album, a big tour and a brand new single called “You Look Good.” That song, according to the band’s Dave Haywood, has taken them back to the emotions they felt when they signed their record deal 10 years... Read more »

  • Ruthie Collins: CMT Next Women of Country Live Exclusive

    Classic yet current, traditional yet contemporary, Ruthie Collins is seamlessly fusing the old and new and giving new meaning to the concept of “modern-vintage.” Her songs are a perfect mix of yesterday and today, and talk about the real and relatable: Did you ever imagine a song that sounds like an old-fashioned hit, but has... Read more »

  • Florida Georgia Line, Nelly Return for Smooth Tour 2017

    Florida Georgia Line, Nelly and Chris Lane will reprise the This Is How We Roll Summer Series 2014 with the launch of the Smooth Tour 2017. Opening June 2 in Austin, Texas, the four-month tour will hit 40 cities, including Dallas, Philadelphia, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Pittsburgh and Phoenix, before culminating with a two-night stand in... Read more »

  • Sun Records: Meet the Young Johnny Cash, aka Kevin Fonteyne

    I found out I booked the role on Johnny Cash’s birthday. It was like divine intervention. There’s no other way to explain it.

  • Luke Bryan Fans Offer Support Following Death of His Niece

    Luke Bryan’s fans and the country music community are offering support to the singer and his wife Caroline following the death of their infant niece Sadie Brett, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports. Bryan thanked fans Tuesday afternoon (Feb. 21) via social media. We thank all of you for your prayers. Love y'all. — Luke Bryan... Read more »

  • Florida Georgia Line and Backstreet Boys’ Families Co-Star in “God, Your Mama, and Me”

    The men of Florida Georgia Line and Backstreet Boys love their wives unconditionally, and it shows in the new “God, Your Mama, and Me” music video. Directed by TK McKamy, the clip mixes home footage of each singer performing sweet acts of kindness for their respective other halves with a campfire performance on the white... Read more »

  • Nashville Trivia: Season 5, Episode 8: Stand Beside Me

    Let’s play Nashville trivia! Don’t miss new episodes of Nashville Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Get all of the latest Nashville news, videos and behind-the-scenes action on the Nashville Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram and join the conversation using #NashvilleCMT.

  • Sun Records: Meet the Characters [VIDEO]

    The show chronicles these young artists’ often jarring and sudden meteoric rise to fame in the face of sweeping political change and social unrest.

  • Old Crow Medicine Show Releasing Blonde on Blonde Live Album in April

    Old Crow Medicine Show’s May 2016 performance of Bob Dylan’s 1966 album Blonde on Blonde at Nashville’s CMA Theater is being made into an album. On April 28, Columbia Records Nashville will release the Grammy-winning group’s 50 Years of Blonde on Blonde to honor the release of Dylan’s iconic collection, which was originally recorded in... Read more »

  • Brandi Carlile’s Cover Stories Features Kris Kristofferson, Dolly Parton and More

    A mix of Americana, country, pop and rock artists have covered songs from Brandi Carlile’s 14-song debut The Story to benefit the War Child UK charity. Available May 5, proceeds from Cover Stories: Brandi Carlile Celebrates Ten Years of The Story — An Album to Benefit War Child will support children whose families, communities and... Read more »

  • RaeLynn: Exclusive CMT Next Women of Country Live Performance

    Oh, the taste of sweet temptation. It’ll get you every time, won’t it, RaeLynn? The Texas native is back with a next-level look, sound and songs. Case in point: her clever “Apple,” a symbolic tune about following an romantic impulse instead of an instinct and the subsequent aftermath. She bit into the proverbial “apple” of... Read more »

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