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The rockabilly icon announced her retirement from live touring in 2019 by marcus k. dowling 1h ago Pistol Annies member Angaleena Presley, Candi Carpenter, Elle King, and Joan Jett will join rockabilly country icon Wanda Jackson for Encore, her 32nd and final studio album, due for release on Aug. 20. The 83-year-old vocalist and Rock and Roll Hall […]

Beer after beer I chase this whiskey down…the whiskey melts a cold goodbye, sings Texas newcomer Triston Marez in this stone-cold country, drown-in-your-beer tune “Where The Neon Lies.” His smooth, effortless vocals showcase the influence of fellow Texas artists including Chris LeDoux, Cody Johnson, George Strait and Aaron Watson. Marez gets a co-sign from Brooks […]

Recently, for Queer Music Week, CMT hosted a nearly hour-long panel discussion, “Queer In Country Music: A Conversation,” featuring Brandy Clark, Billy Gilman, Chely Wright, and CMT’s own Cody Alan. Via a press release, it was described as “an honest roundtable conversation about coming out, living your truth and hopes for the future as queer […]

Singer-songwriter Brittney Spencer was recently profiled by CBS This Morning’s Anthony Mason on the network’s morning news program. The singer’s new single “Sober & Skinny” has already reached the top-40 on iTunes, however, that only scratches the surface of her rising acclaim that’s also seen inclusion as a member of CMT’s 2021 Next Women of Country class, […]

Could you imagine a time wherein Reba McEntire didn’t sing “Fancy” or “Whoever In New England?” Well, according to the vocalist’s most recent conversation with CMT’s Cody Alan, that — or being a steer-roping rodeo cowgirl — almost happened. “I always wanted to be a rodeo cowgirl, a basketball player,” McEntire says. “But, the one […]

The “Call Me If You Get Lost” artist clarified rumors that “Juggernaut” was originally supposed to appear on a scrapped Pharrell x Lil Uzi Vert project. Tyler, the Creator released his highly-anticipated sixth studio album Call Me If You Get Lost on Friday (June 25), packed with guest appearances from the likes of 42 Dugg, Ty Dolla Sign, […]

Trisha Yearwood has become as well known for her series of cookbooks and her Trisha’s Southern Kitchen program on the Food Network as she has for her music–her latest cookbook, Trisha’s Kitchen: Easy Comfort Food for Friends and Family, will release Sept. 28. Over the years, she’s also made no secret of her admiration for fellow vocalist Linda […]

Brantley Gilbert, HARDY and Toby Keith seem ready to share the “The Worst Country Song of All Time,” a new single that is set to release Friday (June 18). Gilbert shared a snippet of the song on social media on Monday (June 14). The three artists previously teased the track, as Gilbert speculated on Tiktok […]

Kelly Clarkson singing The Dance demonstrates why she won American Idol and shows that she has kept getting better ever since.  While country music icon Garth Brooks and his wife Trisha Yearwood watched, Kennedy Center Honoree, Kelly Clarkson moved everybody in the audience with her powerful performance of Garth Brooks’ classic “The Dance”, The 43rd annual Honors celebrated the artistic accomplishments of multi-disciplinary […]

Rolling Loud launch their new concert promotion ventures with the announcement of Rod Wave’s “Soulfly” tour. Rolling Loud has a strong grip on the culture right now. Their festivals have grown from their flagship event in Miami to hosting festivals across America and expanding internationally. Things are in motion for their return in a post-pandemic world but they […]

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