Country singer and winner Danielle Bradbery, 16, saw a dream come true on the Season 4 finale of 'The Voice.' Not only did she win the show, but she performed 'I Want Crazy' alongside superstar Hunter Hayes. Together, they turned his latest smash single into a duet!
Two new challengers will square off today, as Drake White's 'The Simple Life' has been retired to the Showdown Hall of Fame following a fifth straight win. Once again, the feel-good track blew away the competition, taking over 75 percent of the vote against David Nail's new song.
Kellie Pickler is becoming quite a small screen staple. Fresh off of her 'Dancing With the Stars' win, the country singer performed her new single, the ballad 'Someone Somewhere Tonight,' on 'The View' (June 18) in addition to serving as a guest co-host on the daily gabfest.
It was a threepeat -- and on his birthday! Coach Blake Shelton won his third season in a row of 'The Voice' Tuesday (June 18), as his team member, 16-year-old Danielle Bradbery, nabbed the big win! That's right. Texas girl Bradbery won Season 4. What a birthday present for Papa Bear Blake!
The life story of one of country music's most celebrated singers is going to be told in a feature film. George Jones and his wife Nancy were working with a screenwriter in the years leading up to the legend's death. The biopic has the singer's blessing, and now has a production company to produce it.
'The Voice' Season 4 finale is Tuesday (June 18), and after months of heated competition, the television show's next star will be unveiled. Throughout the night, plenty of other superstars will be taking their place onstage, including country crooner Hunter Hayes.
Meet Keyli, a 3-year-old ball of fire that turns Eric Church's 'Drink in My Hand' into the ultimate toddler anthem. She not only knows all the words, she captures the essence of the bad boy singer's attitude while her equally adorable little brother dances around in the background. It's so sweet you'll sweat sugar.
The first-ever Taste of Country Music Festival is now behind us. What started as a rainy weekend ended with country music fans spread across the hill, dancing along with songs by Lady Antebellum, Billy Currington, Hunter Hayes and many more. Real estate was difficult to come by for the entire three-day festival, but Saturday's nice weather really packed Hunter Mountain.
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