The beaches of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., were packed with music fans for the annual Tortuga Music Festival this past weekend.
The Zac Brown Band will be traveling coast to coast on the Great American Road Trip tour which begins May 24 in Lincoln, Neb.
I was dying to get into heaven. So I was there right when the proverbial pearly gates opened on Wednesday (April 16) at my local theater for the new movie Heaven Is for Real.
On David Nail's latest record, I'm a Fire, you can hear several voices signing along with him. Some are very familiar and some are almost familiar.
Hayden Panettiere -- who plays the country singer we love to hate on Nashville -- is the latest Cosmo girl.
I know Tim McGraw just released "Meanwhile Back at Mama's," a collaboration with his wife Faith Hill, as his new single, but I keep thinking about his previous one, "Lookin' for That Girl."
Ronnie Dunn's second solo album, Peace Love and Country Music, offers fans 14 forward-thinking tracks from the former Brooks & Dunn frontman.
Sure, there were speeches, but the songs that threaded through them were eternal and evergreen as Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum celebrated a recently-opened addition Tuesday afternoon (April 15) that more than doubled the institution's
Fans embraced the Academy of Country Music's decision to move its 50th anniversary celebration to the Dallas/Fort Worth area when tickets to next year's ACM Awards and the ACM Party for the Cause went on sale Tuesday (April 15).
What does it take for Keith Urban to sing your praises? Brett Eldredge and Jerrod Niemann are finding out before they join him on his Raise 'Em Up tour this summer.
The last time Kip Moore was in Chicago, we talked all about dirt roads. Well, actually just one dirt road -- the one that led him to his brand new single.
I've lit a lot of scented candles in my life. But not one of them was ever watermelon.
Keith Urban's daughters are still a little young to be choosing a career path.
If you're wondering what Jerrod Niemann's drinking during the first scene of his latest music video, "Drink to That All Night," he wants to be clear, it's not what you think.
Taylor Swift was only on the Saturday Night Live stage for about 15 seconds this weekend (April 12). But because she's her, that was all she needed to make a big emotional, self-deprecating impression.