Brett Eldredge says it best when he says the CMA Music Festival is unlike any other country music — or just music — festival on the planet. Fans who couldn’t make it to Nashville in June will get a chance to experience the party on ABC next Tuesday (Aug. 4). The “Lose My Mind” singer joins several other hit makers to talk about the thrill of playing stages big and small during this important week.
June is a popular month for birthdays in general (something about that crisp September air, maybe) but loads of country singers celebrate their births this month! Beginning on June 1 with Ronnie Dunn, the fun doesn't stop until after Kellie Pickler's birthday on June 28.
Rodney Atkins — the big-hearted country singer behind hits like "If You're Going Through Hell (Before the Devil Even Knows)" and "Take a Back Road" — has announced he will host the annual Music City Gives Back benefit concert for the fifth time on June 9.
Lee Brice’s “That Don’t Sound Like You” offers a fresh take on the “Girl, come back to me” theme so present in today’s country music. There’s no begging. There’s no apologizing. There’s just … genuine concern.
Lee Brice won the ACM's coveted Single Record of the Year Award with his emotional love song "I Don't Dance" at the ACM Awards ceremony over the weekend. Brice wrote the touching tune for his first dance with wife Sara at their wedding.
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