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  • It’s hard to believe that this weekend marks Cole Swindell‘s Stagecoach debut. Here we go, @stagecoach!! Toyota Mane Stage. 8:45pm A post shared by Cole Swindell (@cswinde2) on Apr 28, 2017 at 8:23am PDT He’s always wanted to play the festival in Indio, California, but major tours with Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line and others... Read more »

  • I don’t know how Tim McGraw feels about turning 50 on Monday (May 1). But if I had to make an educated guess, I’d say he’s one of those “gets-better-with-age” kind of guys. Because when I talked to him in 2013 on the 20th anniversary of his first No. 1 song “Don’t Take the Girl,”... Read more »

  • Steve Earle’s new album, So You Wannabe an Outlaw, will be released June 16 and features guest appearances by Miranda Lambert, Willie Nelson and another Texas music mainstay, Johnny Bush. Although Earle was raised near San Antonio, the project marks his first recording sessions in Austin and his first album for Warner Bros. Records since... Read more »

  • All the best stories seem to come from being backstage at awards shows. When Little Big Town‘s Jimi Westbrook saw Tim McGraw at the ACM Awards, things got real, really fast. “I was strolling off, and Tim McGraw is standing there, and he was like, ‘Damn you. I wanted that song,'” Westbrook told Billboard. “That... Read more »

  • Brandi Carlile says she was dreaming big when she sent a handwritten letter to Dolly Parton with a special request. But in that note, Carlile said something she can never take back. Carlile asked Parton if she would be interested in covering the title track of her 2007 debut The Story for a new benefit... Read more »

  • Kelsea Ballerini jokes her feelings about covering Britney Spears live in front of the pop star herself can be summed up in one look. this face is how I feel about singing a @britneyspears song in front of Britney Spears on Saturday.. https://t.co/FWiZgBPD8h — Kelsea Ballerini (@KelseaBallerini) April 27, 2017 @KelseaBallerini we are still waiting... Read more »

  • Long before they signed their first record deals, many of music’s biggest acts’ careers started with a music teacher believing in their talent. On Wednesday (April 26) at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium, Little Big Town and the CMA Foundation hosted the second annual CMA Music Teachers of Excellence dinner to honor 31 music educators from across... Read more »

  • When Toby Keith was on CNN Tonight With Don Lemon on Wednesday night (April 26), he talked first about what inspired him to write “Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American)” back in 2001. “My dad was a soldier. And he’d just passed away about six months before 9/11. We were raised... Read more »

  • Country Music Hall of Fame member Charley Pride will release Music in My Heart, his first studio album in more than six years, on July 7. The project was produced by singer-songwriter Billy Yates, whose songwriting credits include “Choices,” a 1999 hit for the late George Jones. “My goal was to record the best traditional... Read more »

  • We probably all listen to albums in some form or another almost every day. But I think this might be the first time we can all watch an album. Brad Paisley has outdone himself on his latest album Love and War, not only with his songwriting, singing, and playing, but with the artistic way he... Read more »