In the late 1970’s, Kenny Rogers made country music history by becoming the first artist in the genre to consistently play – and sell out – arenas in the United States. Now he's saying goodbye to the fans in one final series of very special concerts.
A cold shudder may pass over your bare neck as you listen to Jennifer Nettles new Playing With Fire album. The singer and mother (a title that’s essential for this project) paints picture after picture of her journey through a part of life for which there is no For Dummies handbook.
South Haven are preparing for a music video shoot and they’re freaking out a little bit. Not all of them are equally anxious of course, but as a group there’s a lot of chatter about — you guessed it — what they’ll wear.
Carrie Underwood's "Church Bells" lyrics add another body to the list of no-good men she's put away in song, and according to one of the songwriters, it was fun to have the freedom to write that kind of ending.
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