With Mother's Day right around the corner, The Band Perry want to celebrate the day the best way they know how -- with music. The sibling trio created a playlist of all their favorite songs about moms.
Country newcomer Austin Webb has a whole lot of fun singing his song 'Raise 'Em Up' at concerts. The fans love dancing along to his catchy new single and the lyric video captures the high-energy vibe of his live show, while giving a brief peek at life on a tour bus.
Dustin Lynch is working on his second album, the follow-up to chart-topping eponymous debut. He's had to make adjustments, to say the least. But the Tullahoma, Tenn. native has always been able to find his true north in the songwriting.
New country duo Haley & Michaels found themselves writing a love song about love songs with Richie McDonald of Lonestar. McDonald sang one of the best country love songs of all time and it's safe to say 'Amazed' more than inspired 'Just Another Love Song.'
When country fans hear Rascal Flatts' gorgeous ballads on hits like 'God Bless the Broken Road' or 'Changed,' it's clear lead singer Gary LeVox has an exceptional voice. But, his second cousin and fellow band member Jay DeMarcus didn't realize the talent he held for quite a while.
The trash talk has begun. Tim McGraw is known for his music and the way he makes a basketball hoop sing before shows. Kip Moore had a basketball scholarship at Wallace State College in Alabama. The two men start touring together next Friday in Fresno, Calif. You can see where this is headed.
The Marshall Tucker Band is as old as the CMA Music Festival. Both were born in 1972, and both have have experienced changes in recent years. Fans at this year's Kick-Off Concert at the Chevrolet Riverfront Stage will find out that both have the same infectious energy today that they did 40 years ago. Maybe even more.
Lee Brice started college like many 18 year olds and thought his life would go in one direction. He enrolled at Clemson University to become a civil engineer but a couple of years later, after a trip to Nashville, the singer's life changed forever.
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