Thousands of country music fans turned out Monday night (Aug. 18) for Jake Owen's second annual BMI Block Party, packing a parking lot in the heart of Nashville's Music Row for the free concert.
I have so much to say about Miranda Lambert's new haircut. Because Miranda Lambert's new haircut has so much to say.
In a world of camera phones and Instagram, does anyone even print photos anymore? Yes. Taylor Swift does.
I'll be the first to admit it. I will rock a Christmas album in the spring, summer or fall like a champ, especially if it involves the likes of Carrie Underwood, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Jennifer Nettles, Martina McBride or Vince Gill.
Brad Paisley's Moonshine in the Trunk comes out on Aug. 26. Some of the reviews are in, and it sounds like the ones from Paisley's own little fan club at home matter the most.
When you're raising money for ALS, it seems like everybody wins with this Ice Bucket Challenge.
On "Ready Set Roll," Chase Rice lays out all of the bro-country buzzwords -- Fireball shots, pickup-truck dates and of course, sexy country girls.
Taylor Swift will release her first pop album titled 1989 on October 27. The first single is titled "Shake It Off."
On Monday (Aug. 18) afternoon, Taylor Swift went live with some news. Big news. Not really country music news, but still big news.
When Kenny Chesney made the announcement he would take 2014 off the road to focus on making his new record, The Big Revival, did you honestly think the hardest-working man in country music would completely step offstage for an entire year?
CMT will premiere an exclusive two-hour special, George Strait: The Cowboy Rides Away, on Aug. 29 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.
As much as I've always loved Lee Brice's "Parking Lot Party" and, frankly, his ability to go seamlessly from that song into "I Don't Dance," party anthems are not the songs that come naturally to him.
When I hear that line about the tattoo in Dan + Shay's new song "Show You Off," I always wonder if they'd really go through with it. Would they really "tattoo your name on my arm" because "baby, I just want to show you off"?
On his first visit to Nashville, at age 12, Joel Crouse got to see the Grand Ole Opry. Ten years later, he'll celebrate the release of his debut album on the hallowed stage.
Bob Dylan checks in at No. 18 on CMT All-Time Top 40: Artists Choice, a list of the most influential artists in history, chosen by country stars themselves.