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  1. ACM Awards: Adds Kenny Chesney, Lady Antebellum and More
    The performance lineup for the 53rd annual ACM Awards grows with the additions of Kenny Chesney, Lady Antebellum, Blake Shelton and Keith Urban. The New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, Entertainment Tonight host Nancy O’Dell, actress Rebecca Romijn and Olympian Lindsey Vonn have also joined the show as presenters. Embedded from cache.vevo.com. They join previously... Read more »
  2. Chris Stapleton Scores First True No. 1 Hit with “Broken Halos”
    The movement is still pretty glacial on the Billboard album and airplay charts, but we do have a new No. 1 single to report. It’s Chris Stapleton’s “Broken Halos,” which rolls into No. 1 after a relatively slow 35-week flight. In the meantime, Kane Brown’s self-titled album rests snugly and smugly in the top position... Read more »
  3. Dierks Bentley Joins Vanderbilt Children’s Walk of Champions
    Late last week, Dierks Bentley had the honor of being the very first to be honored. Nashville’s Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt presented Bentley with the first star on its brand new Walk of Champions. “I am personally so honored to have this star,” Bentley told the crowd gathered to watch him accept... Read more »
  4. Remembering Hazel Smith: CMT Columnist Through the Years
    The country music community is mourning the loss of Nashville music insider, Hazel Smith. The Music Row journalist, cookbook author and talent manager died on Sunday (March 18) at her home in Madison, Tenn. She was 83. As a columnist for CMT.com and the host of CMT’s Southern Fried Flicks, Smith was known for getting... Read more »
  5. Revered Country Music Journalist Hazel Smith Dead at 83
    Former CMT columnist and TV host Hazel Smith died Sunday night (March 18) at her home in Madison, Tenn. She was 83. Smith had long been in declining health following a cancer operation in 2007. During her final years, she often covered musical events while seated in a wheelchair pushed dutifully by her grandson. In... Read more »
  6. God Bless Keith Urban’s Broken Road
    Life hasn’t always been a bed of roses for Keith Urban. But the small crowds, metal-band mishaps and criticism from a label executive all led him to where he is today. And as a featured speaker at South by Southwest in Austin on Friday (March 16), Urban opened up about some of the events that... Read more »
  7. Before the Music, Kid Rock Tackles Five Minutes of Issues
    All Kid Rock is running for right now is the greatest (expletive) show on earth. But when his Chicago concert on Friday (March 16) turned into something of a political rally, it was easy to see how he could win just about any election that gave his fans the power to vote. After opening the... Read more »
  8. Music City Trivia: Season 1, Episode 4: And the New Miss Tennessee Is…
    How closely did you watch the latest episode of Music City? Play this trivia game and find out!
  9. Last Weekend’s Greatest Hits
    Can stars ever get a little starstruck? Apparently, yes. Because last weekend, Blake Shelton and The Office’s John Krasinski started a mutual adoration affair over social media. And Brad Paisley posed for a post-lunch picture with the 41st POTUS. But it wasn’t all celebrity run-ins. There were just some regular moments at home that stood... Read more »
  10. The Swon Brothers’ Colton Swon Marries Caroline Glaser
    The Swon Brothers singer Colton Swon and indie rocker Caroline Glaser are husband and wife. The happy couple announced their marriage on Sunday (March 18) via social media. The two initially met while competing on season four of The Voice in 2013. Four years later, Swon proposed on Feb. 25, 2017, at a Nashville theater... Read more »

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