There's a new Q&A with Taylor Swift in the November issue of Esquire magazine.
You know how you instantly have one go-to track on a new album? The one you turn up a little louder every time it comes on, over and over again?
Eric Church has made his multiplatinum rep as modern country's enfant terrible, and the title track of his latest album, The Outsiders, depicts Church and those who roll with him as iconoclastic fringe-dwellers.
Pop star Ariana Grande will sing a duet with Little Big Town on the CMA Awards, while Meghan Trainor will join Miranda Lambert.
Heat up your turkey fryer and spike the eggnog. CMT is bringing back America's favorite partiers in two all-new, one-hour Party Down South holiday specials.
Florida Georgia Line and The Band Perry have extended their list of multiplatinum singles, according to figures released Monday (Oct. 20) by the RIAA.
It's no secret Kellie Pickler loves the troops. And whenever she has the opportunity, she will stop her world to show her love and appreciation to them.
After 16 years together, Little Big Town feel like a whole new band.
Reba McEntire revealed a new recording contract with Nash Icon Music during a radio interview on Tuesday morning (Oct. 21).
Alan Jackson is celebrating his 25th anniversary with some good country music. Some is his and some is from Brandy Clark.
Shania Twain's two-year stint at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas will be over at the end of this year. Then she's going to head immediately to Nashville, release a song to country radio and pick up right where she left off, right?
Kristian Bush is marking his resurrection as a solo artist with an "undead" debut video that's perfect for the Halloween season.
It happened May 2 in Carrie Underwood's songwriting cabin in Tennessee.
CMT will celebrate an incredible year in the country music industry by honoring Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Miranda Lambert and Keith Urban as the top country artists of 2014 in an all-new CMT Artists of the Year special.
Country fans always kind of scoff at people who still call it country and western. But, really, would a little more western in our country be all that bad?