With her debut single 'How Could I Want More,' newcomer Jamie Lynn Spears has emerged onto the country music scene as a promising young singer. Her first Billboard chart appearances are enough to make anyone jealous -- but does that mean she has sibling rivalry with big sister Britney?
New videos from Gary Allan and Ronnie Dunn will challenge multi-week champion Scotty McCreery for the No. 1 video on the ToC Top 10 Video Countdown. 'It Ain't the Whiskey' and 'Kiss You There' are the latest to be released and added to the poll, but the video for 'How Could I Want More' by Jamie Lynn Spears may prove to be the most feisty challenger.
Soon-to-be mama Kelly Clarkson has a premonition that her firstborn will be a girl. And although she and husband Brandon Blackstock haven't yet found out the baby's sex, it doesn't matter as far as names are concerned -- it will be the same, regardless of gender.
Carrie Underwood wasn't involved in every performance during Thursday night's (Dec. 5) live theatrical broadcast of 'The Sound of Music Live!' on NBC, but she definitely carried the bulk of the singing. While some were critical of her acting, few can complain about her vocal performances. Each one was a brilliant interpretation that stayed true to the original score but avoiding sounding like Broadway karaoke. Her Top 5 songs include solo moments, and collaborations with others in the show's cast.
One more win and Sara Evans' new song 'Slow Me Down' can rest comfortably in the Taste of Country Hall of Fame, a luxurious palace that only the finest county songs have access to. She doubled up Chase Rice's 'Ready Set Roll' on Wednesday and Thursday. The ballad will now need to take down Love and Theft's latest.
It's Day 4 of the 12 Days of Jerrod giveaway, and the 'Drink to That All Night' singer is hooking fans up with exclusive swag right out of the music video. Enter here for your chance to score an autographed 'Drink to That All Night' poker chip, a Jerrod Niemann shirt and membership to the Dehydration Nation fan club.
Gary Allan's black and white 'It Ain't the Whiskey' video features the singer performing and lamenting while seated with his band, paired with a narrative about loss of the most devastating sort -- the loss of love.
Perhaps more entertaining than NBC's live broadcast of 'The Sound of Music' were the viewers live-tweeting on Thursday night (Dec. 5). There was even a drinking game! Most offered critiques of the show and Carrie Underwood's acting and singing, while others made wisecracks about actor Stephen Moyer or the shows's set pieces.
NBC's live theatrical broadcast of 'The Sound of Music' was not without mistakes common in live theater, but one would need to be a student of Broadway to have caught them. Carrie Underwood and a cast of theater and television actors stayed true to the spirit of the musical, making seamless adjustments for Thursday night's (Dec. 5) adaptation.
Two country deaths make this list of the 10 biggest stories of 2013. There's also one birth, one amputation, an arrest and a shiny trophy. It was a strange year, with more highs, lows, excitement and head-scratching moments than one remembers in previous years.
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