Country-Music-Hall-of-Famer Jerry Reed enjoyed his first songwriting success in 1960 with “That’s All You Gotta Do,” which was the B-side of this #1 pop hit by then-15-year-old
Alan and Denise Jackson remember how a chance encounter with Glen Campbell set them on the road to the Hall of Fame
As Alan Jackson and his wife Denise walked the red carpet before Alan’s induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame on Sunday, they admitted they could hardly believe it was happening.... Read More
Loretta Lynn stuns the crowd at the Hall of Fame, showing up to induct Alan Jackson during this year's Medallion Ceremony
It’s a custom that the Country Music Hall of Fame's new inductees pick who they’d like to officially welcome them into the genre’s most hallowed ranks. When Alan Jackson made his choice, he knew it was a l... Read More
Alan Jackson is releasing new music, just as he becomes one of the newest members of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
“The Older I Get” is the lead single from the Georgia native&rsq... Read More
"We Won't Back Down": Jason Aldean makes his "Saturday Night Live" performance available, to help victims of the Vegas tragedy
Jason Aldean is making his performance of “I Won’t Back Down” available to stream or download now, with proceeds going to the Direct Impact Fund, to help victims of the tragedy in Las Vegas.Read More
If you get the chance to check out the left hand of Luke Bryan’s wife, Caroline, you’ll notice she’s sporting a pretty impressive rock. That's a present from Luke, to thank her for s... Read More
"The Lonely, the Lonesome..." & the Hall of Fame: Lee Ann Womack looks forward to Alan Jackson's induction
Next Friday, Lee Ann Womack’s eighth studio album, The Lonely, the Lonesome & the Gone, hits store shelves. But as the 2001 CMA Female Vocalist of the Year counts down to the release of her latest r... Read More
You can sample the first taste of Chris Stapleton’s second album From A Room now, ahead of the record’s December 1 release.
“Millionaire” was originally recorded by singer/songwr... Read More
Kane Brown's quick to give Lauren Alaina credit for their #1 -- but he's not so sure she deserves a gift
It’s a week to celebrate for Kane Brown and Lauren Alaina, as their duet “What Ifs” stakes its claim at the top of the chart. But so far, any high-fiving the former schoolmates have b... Read More