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  • If you’re like us, you’re still trying to process everything that happened on the latest episode of Nashville. Let’s recap the big moments from Season 5 Episode 8: Stand Beside Me. We are still reeling from the shocking ending to last week’s episode, and are counting down the minutes to see what happens next. Get... Read more »

  • It sounds like Kelsea Ballerini had the best view of the show at Saturday night’s (Feb. 18) Bon Jovi concert in Nashville, She was standing with two of country music’s most prolific songwriters and had the chance to watch them as they were watching the rock band sing the song they wrote with frontman Jon... Read more »

  • If you’ve lately been longing and searching for truth and meaning behind music, then look no further than Brandy Clark. After multiple Grammy, CMA and ACM award nominations, the world got better acquainted with the girl formerly known as Nashville’s best-kept secret. But, hallelujah, it’s a secret no more. Known for her lyrical prowess and... Read more »

  • Before Cole Swindell signed his record deal, he was just another songwriter sending pitch emails to artists. And when he wrote “Flatliner” in 2013, he had Dierks Bentley in mind. So Swindell composed an email — “Hey guys, I wrote this today, and it’d be fun to play live” — but never heard back from... Read more »

  • When asked what he thought about his time in music, Frankie Ballard took a deep breath before giving his answer. “It’s always impossible for people to know really anything about their time in music because it requires perspective to really understand what things were, what had the real impact, what mattered and what didn’t,” he... Read more »

  • Saturday night’s (Feb. 11) Grand Ole Opry wasn’t Jenny Gill’s first performance on the historic show, but it was an important night. It was her first Opry set where she delivered live selections of original material from her six-song debut, The House Sessions. Unfortunately, her father, Country Music Hall of Famer Vince Gill, had to... Read more »

  • Luke Bryan was only 7 years old when George Strait released “You Look So Good in Love.” And yet, when he looks back on it now, Bryan has a very mature appreciation for the ballad from 1983. In a special video that Strait posted on Twitter, Bryan explains how that was the song that showed... Read more »

  • Kelsea Ballerini’s first tour bus sounds unforgettable. Her description in the new issue of Self magazine makes it sounds like it was tricked out hunter’s lodge on wheels. “My first artist bus was Jason Aldean’s old bus, with deer antlers over the lights and cowhide on the back of the couches,” she says. “It was... Read more »

  • Don’t tempt Carly Pearce with a good time. She’ll “dare ya” to make your move. The Kentucky native’s stripped-down performance of the flirtatious “Dare Ya” from CMT Next Women of Country Live is sweet and breezy, much like the feeling of falling in love. Born in Taylor Mill, Pearce grew up with a dream of... Read more »

  • What an ending. But let’s start at the beginning. On Thursday night’s episode of (Feb. 16) CMT’s Nashville, things in the fictitious Music City kicked off with Juliette and her plans to make a gospel album because of her exhaustive one-month brush with organized religion. “I want my next album to be a gospel album,... Read more »