A combination of poignant and emotional, the midseason finale of Nashville's Season 5 brought plenty of drama and a piece of shocking news to Thursday night's (March 9) episode.
Rayna Jaymes' surviving loved ones are trying to figure out what the world looks like without their matriarch, and it’s all pretty devastating to watch.
Backstage at the Grand Ole Opry, Urban decided to cover the song acoustically.
The title Deep South "represents hardworking people who find joy in the simple things in life; heritage, church, community, high school sports, being outdoors. It is a culture," says Josh.
Taste of Country RISERS Jacob Davis is gearing up to put out his debut EP, What I Wanna Be.
It's hard to believe there was ever a time Alan Jackson didn't have a No. 1 single to his name. The country legend celebrates a milestone today, as on March 9, 1991, he garnered his very first No. 1 song with "I'd Love You All Over Again."
Toby Keith tells Sammy Hagar, in an interview for Hagar's 'Rock and Roll Road Trip' TV show, about how he got his start in country music.
This week our guests share some super practical tips on how to better use social media to up your branding game ... in other words Marbaloo Marketing’s take on what it means to live “This Nashville Life.”
An extended break has allowed a Thousand Horses to return with their most fan-friendly song yet. "Preachin' to the Choir" can easily slot into the group's one-of-a-kind live show.
Thomas Rhett and wife Lauren are gearing up for not one, but two babies in 2017, and at a recent party to celebrate his two latest No. 1s, "Star of the Show" and "T-Shirt," the singer gave an update on all the baby prep.
Lady Antebellum teamed up with Bell Biv Devoe on Monday evening (March 6) for a memorable Mashup Monday performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! The collaboration included Bell Biv Devoe's "Poison" and Lady Antebellum's "Need You Now," and BBD's Ricky Bell confesses that this might not be the last time the bands join forces.
During a recent appearance on 'A Prairie Home Companion', Kacey Musgraves shared an unreleased song called "Butterflies."