(Straight From Nashville is a weekly column written by CMT.com managing editor Calvin Gilbert.) Country radio consultant Keith Hill stirred up a proverbial hornets’ nest this week when he told a Nashville-based industry trade publication, “If you want to make ratings in country radio, take females out.” That was incendiary enough, but he also equated... Read more »
Temperatures and hemlines are rising, which can only mean one thing: Summer is on its way, and Billy Currington is not complaining. The Georgia native says summer is his favorite season, and it’s all because of his Southern upbringing. “I’m a big fan of not being cold,” Currington says. “I grew up in the warmth.... Read more »
Jake Owen is on the road right now, and he will be all summer long. He has his own shows, plus all the Kenny Chesney concerts he’s opening, so he knows exactly what it takes to make life on the road the best it can be. Starting with his own Jeep. Owen told Country Aircheck,... Read more »
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