Bluegrass and country vocalist Mac Wiseman, the late songwriter Hank Cochran and country and R&B stylist Ronnie Milsap were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame Sunday evening (Oct. 26).
With the release of his debut album, Montevallo, newcomer Sam Hunt is finally seeing his big dreams realized.
From listening to four minutes of Carrie Underwood's new "Something in the Water," then talking with Chris DeStefano for about a half-hour, I thought I knew this songwriter pretty well.
Foo Fighters' Halloween night show at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium is going to be the hottest ticket in town this week.
I've always loved Lee Ann Womack's attitude, and I admire it even more because of one sentence from a feature story in the latest issue of the Nashville Scene.
It's that time again when the Grand Ole Opry barn lights up a fabulous color pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month. Rascal Flatts will be there to make it happen.
Before the world got to know Hunter Hayes as a multi-instrumentalist, he was just a kid with a mom who was willing to be his backing band.
Jason Aldean and one of his musical heroes, Bob Seger, energized the Factory at Franklin during their CMT Crossroads taping on Tuesday night (Oct. 28) in Franklin, Tennessee.
With a face and voice like that, Sara Evans was not only born for musical stardom but screen stardom, as well.
John Carter Cash, son of the late Johnny and June Carter Cash, was detained by Canadian authorities after allegedly stripping down to his underwear at an airport in Newfoundland.
Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan and Brad Paisley will headline FarmBorough, the first-ever country music festival in New York City.
In a cab in (the real) Nashville on Wednesday (Oct. 29) heading to the airport, I was telling a friend on the phone that my plane would land just in time for me to get home to watch this week's episode of (the fictitious) Nashville.
Early Thursday morning (Oct. 30), Garth Brooks sent an email to his fans. First, he apologized.
When you think of country outlaws, you probably think of the usual and rightful suspects such as Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard and Johnny Cash -- all defiant and definitive icons and legends.
It was all treats and no tricks for the Music Row throng that gathered Wednesday afternoon (Oct. 29) at Nashville's City Winery to celebrate the chart-crowning success of Lady Antebellum's recent single, "Bartender."