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Party Down South: The “Real” Reason Why Tiffany Hates Hott Dogg

Tiffany and Hott Dogg may have agreed to disagree in the last episode, but that doesn’t explain why Tiffany had it out for Hott Dogg in the first place. Of course, it’s not OK to cheat. But, think about it. Hott Dogg didn’t hook up with Tiffany’s boyfriend nor was Cody’s alleged girlfriend good friends... Read more »


ACM Honors Loretta Lynn, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Alabama and Others

Performances by Miranda Lambert, Jason Aldean, Roy Clark, Randy Houser, Restless Heart, Josh Turner and Kacey Musgraves were among the highlights of the ninth annual ACM Honors show held Tuesday night (Sept. 1) at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium. Among those on hand to accept their honors were Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Alabama and Loretta Lynn. Presenters... Read more »


Don’t Ask Thomas Rhett About His Dad

Thomas Rhett loves his dad, Rhett Akins. But he recently admitted to Country Aircheck that his least favorite interview question is, “Tell me about your dad.” His father, if you aren’t aware, is also a country singer songwriter. He had some big hits as a recording artist in the mid ‘90s, including “That Ain’t My... Read more »


Lady Antebellum Planning Brief Hiatus Following Tour

Breathe, Lady Antebellum fans, breathe. And don’t panic. The Grammy-winning trio is not breaking up. They’re simply taking a little bit of a break. Lady A’s leading lady Hillary Scott recently told E! News that once they wrap their Wheels Up tour in October, they’ll be taking a bit of a breather from the road... Read more »


Frankie Ballard Gives Detroit a Music Lesson

Frankie Ballard certainly has reason to celebrate as his current hit “Young & Crazy” became his third consecutive single to top the country charts. But that’s not all he’s celebrating. Ballard recently teamed with the CMA Foundation and Chevrolet for the opening of the Notes for Notes youth recording studio in Detroit. “I really loved... Read more »


Luke Bryan Remembers Where He Came From

He talks about the weather. He talks about air conditioning. He strums his guitar. Then, Luke Bryan stops his pre-song intro when he sees an older woman in the VIP crowd and asks how old she is. She says she’s 88. And as if that wasn’t heartwarming enough — to see how his music touches... Read more »


Gainesville: Meet the Buntings

On the outside, Brian and Shelby Bunting could not seem more different. Brian is tough and tatted and always says exactly what he’s thinking, while Shelby is cute and reserved, avoiding drama whenever possible. Despite their differences, the siblings get along like best friends would, hanging with the same crew, calling each other on their... Read more »


Lady Antebellum Writing SpongeBob Song

A country band I love is going to be immersed in an under-the-sea world I love. Lady Antebellum will be among those writing original music for The SpongeBob Musical, it was revealed Monday (Aug. 31). The production is set to open in Chicago next summer for a limited run before heading to Broadway. If you... Read more »


Sam Hunt Scores His Third No. 1 Song With “House Party”

Sam Hunt’s “House Party” boogies into the winner’s circle on Billboard’s country airplay chart, arriving there 30 weeks after its debut. This is Hunt’s third No. 1 song, the two earlier ones having been “Leave the Night On” and “Take Your Time.” In the third week following its release, Luke Bryan’s Kill the Lights still... Read more »


Maddie & Tae Give Thanks

Now that Maddie & Tae‘s debut album Start Here has been out for a few days, I’ve had time to properly live with the music and even start to immerse myself in the liner notes. And here’s what I’ve discovered: God is not an afterthought for these two young singers. He is not the end... Read more »


Lauren Alaina Scores Musical Touchdown

Carrie Underwood isn’t the only country beauty lending her voice to the football season. Now Lauren Alaina is doing the same. Alaina has written and recorded a brand new tune called “History” that will be featured on ESPN as they gear up for college football season. And if you know anything about Alaina, you know... Read more »


Dates Revealed for CMT on Tour With Brett Eldredge and Thomas Rhett

Dates and cities have been announced for Brett Eldredge and Thomas Rhett’s shows for the 14th annual CMT on Tour. Danielle Bradbery, season four winner of The Voice, will be the special guest during CMT on Tour: Brett Eldredge & Thomas Rhett — Suits & Boots which kicks off Oct. 29 in New York City.... Read more »


What Little Big Town Missed the Most

For the past 16 years, Little Big Town has only known how to summer one way. On the road. “This was the first summer in 16 years that we’ve taken off,” the band’s Karen Fairchild told me Friday (Aug. 21) when Little Big Town was headlining in Chicago. “And it was what it needed to... Read more »


BBR Music Group Launches Fourth Label

BBR Music Group, label home to Jason Aldean, Thompson Square and others, is launching Wheelhouse Records as the company’s fourth label imprint. Trace Adkins and Texas singer-songwriter Granger Smith are the first artists signed to the new label. Broken Bow Records was established as an independent label in 1999 by businessman Benny Brown, the company’s... Read more »


Kenny Chesney Keeps Spreading Love in Boston

It’s already been two and a half years since the Boston Marathon bombing. But if it’s up to Kenny Chesney, it’s always going to feel like it just happened yesterday. When his Big Revival tour brought him to the Boston area last week, he attended a luncheon with several of the survivors, according to the... Read more »


Charlie Daniels Brings In Big Bucks for Journey Home Project

He plays a mean fiddle, but Charlie Daniels himself is anything but mean. In fact, the “Devil Went Down to Georgia” singer and master fiddler is more like an angel in disguise. Daniels’ Volunteer Jam is a massive night of music that benefits charities. And this year, he had a lot to donate when the... Read more »


Sam Phillips Exhibit Opens at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has opened its latest exhibit, Flyin’ Saucers Rock & Roll: The Cosmic Genius of Sam Phillips, and several key figures in the history of rockabilly music will gather Saturday (Aug. 29) to discuss the visionary producer’s legacy. Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in... Read more »


Miranda Lambert Going to Luckenbach, Texas for MuttNation Event

When Waylon Jennings sang “Luckenbach, Texas (Back to the Basics of Love)” back in the late ‘70s, it wasn’t about dogs at all. But now that Miranda Lambert is building her two-day rescue dog charity event around the classic country tune, it all makes perfect sense. Her MuttNation Foundation is hosting the eighth Cause for... Read more »


Will Shania Twain Return to Las Vegas?

Word on the street is that Shania Twain is itching to return to her residency at Caesars Palace once she wraps her Rock This Country tour. After her recent San Diego tour stop, Twain told Robin Leach of the Las Vegas Sun that a return to Sin City for another engagement is definitely “back in... Read more »


Music from Gainesville: Episode 3: I’m Not Yours. You’re Not Mine

Gainesville Ep. 103: I’m Not Yours, You’re Not Mine Great Peacock “Take Me To The Mountain” For more of the Gainesville gang, catch all new episodes Thursdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT. And for exclusive news and video, photo galleries and more, head over to CMT.com, the CMT app, the official Gainesville Facebook page and Twitter... Read more »


Recap: Gainesville: I’m Not Yours. You’re Not Mine

Last night’s new episode of Gainesville was full of drama, and we’re still reeling from it. The crew started out at the homecoming tailgate, where it was all fun and games… … until Kenny had “lunch” with a blonde NOT named Beth. Brian finally move out of his parent’s house, and in with Kenny, Kerryn... Read more »


Luke Bryan on the Family Effect

When his brother-in-law, Ben Cheshire, died late last year, Luke Bryan did what any good man would do. He took Cheshire’s kids in. And he admits to People that it was hard for everyone, but especially for his nieces Kris and Jordan and his nephew Til. “Obviously my nieces and nephew, they didn’t ask for... Read more »


Cam Grabs Attention With a Ballad

The country newcomer simply known as Cam burst onto the scene this summer with her red-hot single, “Burning House.” With the single perched at No. 23 on Billboard’s country airplay chart, Cam says she’s been astounded by the fans’ reaction to the ballad, especially when she hears the crowd singing the lyrics at her concerts.... Read more »


Recap: Party Down South – Blood, Sweat and Beers

The gang barely survives a wild taxi ride with an angry Mattie, Lauren gets fed up with her shady boyfriend, and Walt and Murray’s prank gets hairy. Also, we put two and two together, and realized Cody, the root of Hott Dog and Tiffany’s beef, made a cameo appearance in season 2 of Party Down... Read more »


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