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Kip Moore Unfiltered: A Day in the Life of Country’s Fiery Star [Watch]

Thirty minutes before showtime, you'll find Kip Moore ... well, you probably won't find him.

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Chasin Crazy
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Chasin’ Crazy Talk Chaos of Reality Show, the Boy Band Label and Why the Music Speaks for Itself

The members of Chasin' Crazy are living up to their name, keeping up a hectic schedule around the launch of a new single and a reality television show.

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Dean Alexander
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Dean Alexander Lived a Lot to Get to ‘Live a Little’

Dean Alexander arrived in Nashville in 2006 with $100, a car full of clothes and a dream. Those three ingredients make a fine country cliche, but don't try comparing his story to another singer's quite yet. That's literally all the West Virginia-raised singer had. As far as he was concerned, there was nothing to return home to.

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Lady Antebellum Nicholas Sparks
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Lady Antebellum, Thomas Rhett + More Shine at Nashville Premiere of Nicholas Sparks Film, ‘The Best of Me’

Some of the biggest stars in country music gathered at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Thursday night (Oct. 9) for the Nashville premiere of 'The Best of Me,' a new movie based on the best-selling novel by Nicholas Sparks.

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Luke Bryan Florida Georgia Line
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Bro-Country … What the Heck Is It?

In 20 years, fans of country music are going to look back on the era of bro-country like anyone under age 35 today looks back on the urban cowboy craze -- with much amusement and confusion.

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Chase Bryant
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The Guitar Freak: Chase Bryant Turning Country Upside Down – Literally

Country newcomer Chase Bryant does his best not to freak out around his heroes, but it happens. The 'Take It on Back' singer recalls a few instances where he was starstruck, but quickly adds that he doesn't ever "gherm" out.

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Tim McGraw
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The Second Act: How Tim McGraw’s Past is Shaping His Future

Tim Mcgraw says his new album 'Sundown Heaven Town' drives forward by borrowing from his 22-year-old catalog. Whiffs of hits like 'Red Ragtop,' 'Just to See You Smile,' 'Where the Green Grass Grows' and 'Angry All the Time' seep through the speakers during songs like 'City Lights,' 'Shotgun Rider' and 'Diamond Rings and Old Bar Stools.' Beyond that, his life -- the moments and experiences t

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Brooke Hester
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Meet the Little Girl Who Made Miranda Lambert Weep

Perhaps you’ve seen the video. Perhaps you’ve watched it twice, because in watching Miranda Lambert break down on stage, you found some new reason to be absolutely certain you say “I love you” with a big hug to your children each night. Brooke Hester is the 7-year-old in the viral video wearing a pink hat and holding a picture and a flower. Her story from Lambert's show at a recent stop in Texas makes the moment so much more meaningful.

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Brothers Osborne
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Brothers Osborne Interview: TJ + John Talk Rum, Crushes and the 18-Inch Adam’s Apple

Rum is truly an underrepresented liquor in country music. There are enough beer songs to play to the moon and back, and everyone knows whiskey makes your baby feel a little frisky. Brothers Osborne are proud to

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Keith Urban, Brantley Gilbert, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan
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2014 CMA Awards Nominations – Surprises and Snubs

The 2014 CMA Awards nominations will no doubt leave plenty of fanbases annoyed upset breathing fire. Many of the same names appear in each of the major categories -- there wasn't too much turnover in 2014 -- despite signs that fans are turning toward newer artists like Brantley Gilbert and Florida Georgia Line. One of these artists' labelmates might have the biggest beef with voters, however.

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