Miranda Lambert’s 18 Pets Inspire Her to Make Her MuttNation Foundation “Bigger and Better”

Miranda Lambert and her pet pooches led more than 1,000 people, including Nashville mayor Megan Barry, along the first-ever MuttNation March through Music City on June 8 as part of CMA Fest. The almost-one-mile march, which was created to raise awareness and funds for pet adoption, helped 60 shelter dogs find new homes across 21 states and Canada. photo courtesy ...

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Music City Hit-Makers Returns to Cheekwood’s Swan Lawn


Critically acclaimed symphony show Music City Hit-Makers (MCHM) returns to Cheekwood’s Swan Lawn for the fourth annual “Songwriters Under The Stars” on August 25 and 26th. The two-night concert series will feature some of Nashville’s most successful songwriters including Kyle Jacobs, Jessi Alexander and Marcus Hummon on Friday night and Hillary Lindsey, Rivers Rutherford and Chris DeStefano on Saturday night. ...

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Garth Brooks Shatters His Ticket Sales Record in South Dakota


Photo Credit: Country Music Tattle Tale In just 29 minutes, Garth Brooks has broken his ticket sales record for Sioux Falls, SD. His previous record was set October 29th – November 2nd, 1997, with 41,183 tickets sold for Sioux Falls Arena. Today he has sold over 45,000 tickets for Denny Sanford Premier Center and tickets are still selling. It’s the last concerts on ...

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After No. 1 Success of “My Girl,” Dylan Scott Announces New Single, “Hooked” [Watch the Video]


Fresh off the breakout success of his current single, “My Girl,” which reached No. 1 on both the Billboard Country Airplay chart and Mediabase chart last week, Dylan Scott tells Nash Country Daily that his next single will be “Hooked.” Penned by Lindsay Rimes, Seth Ennis and Morgan Evans, “Hooked” will be featured on the Deluxe Edition of Dylan’s self-titled ...

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Scotty McCreery Says He’s Learned His Lesson


Photo Credit: Country Music Tattle Tale Scotty McCreery was in some hot water over last week when he was cited for bringing a loaded gun into Raleigh-Durham International Airport in North Carolina. According to TMZ, the singer had the 9mm in his backpack when he went through security. Scotty says he was at target practice and simply forgot the loaded ...

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Jacob Davis Drops Three Surprise Tracks


Photo Credit: Chris Polk / Getty Images While Jacob Davis’ live show led Country Living to dub him “a bona fide star,” the Black River Entertainment electrifying entertainer believes it’s the audience that makes his songs come alive. After packing-out shows at West Hollywood’s No Vacancy and Nashville’s The Back Corner, Davis was inspired by the energy his fans give ...

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Montgomery Gentry Headlines 9th Annual “Country on the Beach” in Key West, Florida Benefitting T.J. Martell Foundation


Photo Courtesy of Average Joes Entertainment The T.J. Martell Foundation, Music’s Promise for a Cure, has announced the 9th Annual Country on the Beach three-day event to take place at the Reach Resort in Key West, Florida Sunday October 1 through Wednesday, October 4, 2017. The event, hosted by popular media personality Storme Warren, will include concerts by some of ...

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Parmalee’s ‘27861’ Out Today


Band-of-brothers Parmalee delivers its highly-anticipated sophomore album 27861, the zip code of its hometown of Parmele, NC, today (7/21) via Stoney Creek Records. 27861 opens with current single “Sunday Morning,” which is reminiscent of the band’s rollicking sound that launched the quartet into country star status, while also maintaining its signature “edge” (Taste of Country) and a mature keyed-up emotional ...

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Shania Twain Releases “Poor Me”


Photo Courtesy of Mercury Nashville Shania Twain released “Poor Me” today, a brand new track from her highly anticipated upcoming album, NOW. Shania recently released the full deluxe track listing for the upcoming Sep. 29th release to eager fans. “Poor Me” is another glimpse into NOW which was solely written by and co-produced by Shania. Also, released today is the ...

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