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Parker Millsap Melts Hearts With New Video

Get ready to fall in love with Parker Millsap. The 23-year-old Oklahoma native exploded onto the scene in 2012 with his soulful blues-tinged, roots-rock vocals that had people exclaiming, “Where has this guy been hiding?” In his new video for “Pining,” Millsap lays it all out on the line for that special someone, proclaiming “I... Read more »


Why Olivia Lane Belongs Onstage

Before Olivia Lane accepted and embraced the role of a country singer, she played a lot of other parts. She was Éponine in Les Misérables, Miss Adelaide in Guys & Dolls, Jan in Grease, Hedy in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and Princess Winnifred in Once Upon a Mattress. And all that... Read more »


Jake Owen Takes Motorcycle to the Arm

Is this déjà vu all over again? Jake Owen does something risky, ends up in the hospital and posts on Twitter? On Thursday morning (May 26), Owen posted that en route to his show in Illinois, he was taking a detour to an emergency room. Then later, he admitted he had wrecked his motorcycle. “All... Read more »


Florida Georgia Line, Thomas Rhett, Cole Swindell Will Rock the South

Florida Georgia Line, Thomas Rhett and Cole Swindell are heading to Cullman, Alabama, for the Rock the South festival, and so is CMT Hot 20 Countdown‘s Cody Alan. Platinum and VIP passes are sold out to the event taking place June 3-4 at Heritage Park, but two-day general admission tickets — priced at $79 —... Read more »


Alabama and Sam Moore Get Stars on the Music City Walk of Fame

Alabama and soul legend Sam Moore received stars on the Music City Walk of Fame this week in downtown Nashville. The newest inductees were recognized Thursday for their significant contributions to music and the heritage of Nashville. Alabama are members of the Country Music Hall of Fame with 73 million albums sold and 43 No.... Read more »


Best Host Moments From the CMT Music Awards

The 2016 CMT Music Awards are quickly approaching and we’re excited to learn sportscaster/TV personality Erin Andrews and football superstar J.J. Watt will team up to co-host. Enjoy a look back at some of our favorite moments from past hosts and get ready for the star-studded event taking place June 8 at 8/7c. Be sure... Read more »


Tour Craig Morgan’s Hometown in His New Video

Craig Morgan’s roots take center stage in a big way in his brand new video for “I’ll Be Home Soon.” The powerful, soaring and sultry ballad talks about the feeling of love and longing you get when your partner tells you those four words in the song’s title. For Morgan, the song is the story... Read more »


Blake Shelton Fans Thirst For New Venture

Blake Shelton fans have been thirsting for knowledge over what his plans are for the former home of Miranda Lambert’s Pink Pistol Boutique in Tishomingo, Oklahoma. Shelton recently bought the property and tweeted that he has something “brewing” for the space. One follower hopes for a new dance studio or a record store, while most... Read more »


Nashville Raised The Cadillac Three Right

The Cadillac Three pretty much had no choice but to play music for a living. Regular shows at the Grand Ole Opry and rocking out to ‘90s rock alternative were part of every day life growing up in Nashville. To this day, the talent that rolls through town spoils local music fans rotten. “I think... Read more »


Brad Paisley Sings Of Restroom Equality In “Sit By Your Man”

It’s highly doubtful that Brad Paisley will play his new parody song on North Carolina’s controversial bathroom bill when the Life Amplified World Tour visits the Tarheel State in September. But it made for hilarious late night television on Wednesday’s (May 25) Jimmy Kimmel Live. When Kimmel asked what current events he sings about, Paisley... Read more »


The A and B Sides of Dierks Bentley’s Black

There are two sides to every great album. Even if it’s no longer technically an album made out of pressed vinyl that has an A side and a B side. But that didn’t stop Dierks Bentley from approaching his new music that way. “During the process of making it, I really did try to envision... Read more »


Honesty Reigns on ABC’s Nashville Finale

I hate that it took a near sexual assault to make everything right on Nashville. But it’s like anything else in real life: Sometimes you need to hit rock bottom before you can start back up again. And during Wednesday night’s (May 25) finale on ABC, everyone had their own rock bottom. Let’s start with... Read more »


Erin Andrews, J.J. Watt to Host 2016 CMT Music Awards

Sportscaster/TV personality Erin Andrews and football superstar J.J. Watt will host the 2016 CMT Music Awards. Concurrent with Wednesday’s (May 25) host announcement, it was also revealed that Cam and pop superstars Fifth Harmony have been added to the list of performers at the show airing live June 8 at 8 p.m. from Nashville’s Bridgestone... Read more »


Dustin Lynch Scores Third No. 1 Single With “Mind Reader”

Dustin Lynch’s “Mind Reader” has arrived at the summit of Billboard’s country airplay chart after 34 weeks of swimming upstream. It’s his third chart-topping single following “Hell of a Night” and “Where It’s At.” And for the second straight week, Keith Urban’s Ripcord holds the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s country albums chart. Meanwhile, Jennifer... Read more »


All About Cam’s Accidental Breakout Hit

Cam heard Americana singer-songwriter Sturgill Simpson once say country music is about celebrating the struggle. And she is all about that. Which is why the song that put her at the top of the charts — “Burning House” — isn’t all sunshine and rainbows. “It’s heavy stuff,” Cam told me before her Chicago show on... Read more »


Blake Shelton’s Raw Reaction to Sushi

Poor Nobu. Even with their consistently high four-star rating on Yelp, Blake Shelton is not a fan of the Japanese restaurant. Jimmy Fallon took Shelton to the famous sushi hot spot for a bit on The Tonight Show so Shelton could try a little bit of everything for the first time. He was a sushi... Read more »


Kenny Rogers’s Former Estate Going For Auction

The luxurious Beaver Dam Farms, an estate designed by Kenny Rogers, is heading for auction. On July 9, the estate will be sold to the highest bidder at or above $3.5 million fully furnished. The property sits on more than 973 acres of land and includes a 13,000-square-foot mansion, five guest houses, two clubhouses, a... Read more »


Blake Shelton Joins Craig Wiseman’s Stars For Second Harvest

Blake Shelton will perform at Craig Wiseman’s Stars for Second Harvest benefit concert at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on June 7. Previously announced performers are Chris Lane, Kane Brown, Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne. To date, the annual event has raised nearly $900,000 for the local food bank. Wiseman is a member of the Nashville Songwriters... Read more »


Maddie & Tae Set the Record Straight on “Sierra”

Maddie & Tae are no strangers to telling it like it is, but let’s be clear: They’re not out to hurt anyone. Which is why the girls were a little distraught to learn that some thought the new single “Sierra” was a little … well … mean. “We were like, ‘No, that’s not it. I... Read more »


Randy Houser’s Own “Song Number 7”

It’s the title of Randy Houser’s latest single, but I think everyone’s got their own “Song Number 7.” One that, as Houser sings, takes you all the way to heaven when it’s cranked up to 11. It’s the one you fell in love to and maybe even the one that when you go back and... Read more »


Charlie Daniels Recalls Bob Dylan’s Nashville Skyline

Charlie Daniels knows the competition of being a Nashville session musician. Sick days and cancellations can lead to groundbreaking work and that was certainly the case when Daniels got the call to play on Bob Dylan’s 1969 album, Nashville Skyline. Daniels was still relatively new to Music City and made a living as a go-to... Read more »


Chris Young Will Headline CMA Music Festival’s Opening Ceremonies

The 2016 CMA Music Festival has added new opening ceremony events on June 8 with host Chris Young. The event will include special guest appearances by Nashville Mayor Megan Barry, the Fisk Jubilee Singers and students from Metro Nashville Public Schools. The program is set for June 8 at the Skyview Stage at Nashville’s Ascend... Read more »


New CMT Crossroads Coming This Summer

All-new episodes of CMT Crossroads will light up back-to-back Fridays this summer with an all-star mix of country and pop acts. Thomas Rhett and Nick Jonas will share the stage with special guests Danielle Bradbery and John Oates on CMT Crossroads: Nick Jonas and Thomas Rhett, airing June 24 at 10 p.m. ET. The hour-long... Read more »


Best Fest Rocks the Ryman for Bob Dylan’s 75th Birthday

Those who consider Kesha’s cover of Bob Dylan’s “It Ain’t Me Babe” on Sunday’s (May 22) Billboard Music Awards a declaration of independence clearly missed her sing on night one of the Best Fest’s Dylan Fest on Monday (May 23) at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium. Wearing a sparkling light blue western pantsuit and bare feet, Kesha... Read more »


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