Collin Raye joins a growing list of seasoned country (and rock) singers with strong thoughts on the current Nashville sound. Raye politely told Fox News he didn't care for the "dumbed down" sound of today, and predictably he found fans to agree with him. Taste of Country writer Billy Dukes says singers who look back longingly aren't painting an accurate picture of the "good old days."
Willie Nelson may be approaching 81, but he isn't letting his age hinder his physical fitness. The Red Headed Stranger will receive his 5th Degree Black Belt in the art of Gong Kwon Yu Sul, a modern Korean martial arts system.
'Drink a Beer' singer Luke Bryan is not a shy guy; he confidently shakes it onstage and eagerly crashes people's parties, for crying out loud! But when he met his now wife, Caroline, he was anything but bold--and she had to make the first move.
The accordion is a tough instrument to play. But this 13-year-old handles it with ease, combining his crystal-clear vocals with a prodigy-level amount of talent, perfect for the show 'America's Most Talented Kid,' which he competed on.
Keith Urban takes fans behind the scenes on the set of 'American Idol' to show them where he and fellow judges Harry Connick Jr. and Jennifer Lopez hang out when they're not critiquing hopeful singers' performances.
Danielle Bradbery's new song 'Young in America' has set down future hits from two country superstars. Earlier this week the new track made quick work of Tim McGraw's 'Meanwhile Back at Mama's.' Today and Thursday her fans will be up against the Ly
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