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Watch The Highwomen’s Stunning Cover of Fleetwood Mac’s ‘The Chain’


Country’s all-female supergroup, The Highwomen, absolutely destroy an acoustic cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “The Chain” in a new video posted by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Made up of Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby, Maren Morris and Amanda Shires, the group were on the show to introduce two gender-equality demanding songs from their upcoming debut album — “Redesigning Women” and ...

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Brad Paisley and Riley Green Team Up for ‘I Wish Grandpas Never Died’


Country star Brad Paisley offered newcomer Riley Green a big endorsement at a recent tour stop, bringing Green out for an unexpected duet on the the budding artist’s new single. Taking place August 11 during Musikfest in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, the singers teamed up on Green’s traditionally-flavored current single, “I Wish Grandpas Never Died.” Paisley counts himself as a fan of ...

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Hunter Hayes Announces New Album, “Wild Blue,” and Performs New Single, “Heartbreak” [Watch]


Hunter Hayes stopped by the Today show on Aug. 14 to perform his new single, “Heartbreak.” In a surprise turn, Hunter revealed that his new album, Wild Blue (Part I), would be released via digital platforms on Aug. 16, two months before the scheduled release date. “So, we initially planned to perform on Today and announce our October album release,” ...

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Vince Gill: The Cover Story


Vince Gill’s new album Okie was a lifetime in the making. In literal terms, the recording of Gill’s new album wasn’t a long protracted process, but in terms of emotional depth and poignancy, Gill admits this isn’t an album he could have delivered earlier in his career. “Jody Williams, who runs BMI, is one of my oldest friends. I sent ...

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“Opry Salute to Ray Charles” TV Special With Darius Rucker, Chris Young, Trisha Yearwood & More to Premiere on PBS on Aug. 15


The Grand Ole Opry paid homage to icon Ray Charles in October 2018 with a special showcase that was hosted by Darius Rucker and featured performances by Darius, Cam, Brett Eldredge, Ronnie Milsap, Lukas Nelson, LeAnn Rimes, Allen Stone, Travis Tritt, Charlie Wilson, Leela James, Trisha Yearwood, Jessie Key, Chris Young and Boyz II Men. The night’s performances were filmed for ...

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‘An Opry Salute To Ray Charles’ Announces Premiere Date


An Opry Salute To Ray Charles is set to premiere this Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019, on Nashville Public Television (WNPT-TV, Channel 8), in advance of the nationwide syndication on public television station on September 5, 2019. The 90-minute television special, which taped last October, is a collaboration between the Grand Ole Opry, Ray Charles Foundation and American Public Television, and ...

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Thompson Square Sing About Their Greatest Achievement In New Single, ‘Masterpiece’


There are many things that could constitute a masterpiece. For Keifer and Shawna Thompson of Thompson Square, a few examples include William Shakespeare’s works and the Eiffel Tower. And in their new song, called “Masterpiece,” they are comparing those objects of beauty to something a bit more precious to them — their three-year-old son, Cooper. The tune is the husband ...

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BobbyCast Recap: Bobby Bones Introduces Ingrid Andress


Ingrid Andress is a newer name in country music, and Bobby Bones brought her on as a guest on the latest episode of his podcast, BobbyCast, to allow fans to get to know her a little better. Ingrid dove into her background in the interview, talking a bit about her upbringing in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. She revealed that she was ...

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Lady Antebellum Reframe a Lost Love in New Single ‘Pictures’


They say a picture’s worth a thousand words, but Lady Antebellum know they don’t tell the whole story. With their new single, “Pictures,” the much-loved country trio take an honest look at what lies beneath a pair of smiling faces. Written by the band’s Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott with Sarah Buxton and Corey Crowder, “Pictures” is the ...

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Zac Brown Band Tribute U.S. Soldiers in Genre-Exploding ‘Warrior’


Genre-bending collective Zac Brown Band offer a new-school tribute to the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces in the track, “Warrior,” a shot across the bow of country traditionalism. Part of the band’s upcoming studio album, The Owl — their sixth major label studio release — “Warrior” presents as a mid tempo electro-anthem, based in ultra-modern pop percussion ...

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Where to Enjoy Dinner & a Show in Nashville


Nashville is a great town for dining, and of course we’re also an entertainment center that attracts visitors from around the globe to enjoy music, theater and other performing arts. Even better, there are a few fun places where you can enjoy dinner and a show at the same time. So if you’re planning a trip to Music City or ...

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