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The 2021 CMT Music Awards winners are in! See the list here.

Florida Georgia Line on Friendship With Chris Tomlin: ‘I Think God Took Over’

Chris Tomlin‘s latest album, Chris Tomlin & Friends, is out! The record, which includes guest appearances by  Thomas Rhett, Lady A, Brett Young, Russell Dickerson and more, also features Florida Georgia Line. The duo, made up of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, co-produced the record, which is only fitting since the idea for the 13-track project began because of a…

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Legendary Songwriter and Radio Host Bill Mack Dies From COVID-19

Legendary songwriter and radio host Bill Mack has passed away. Bill, perhaps best known for writing “Blue,” which became a major hit for LeAnn Rimes, was 88 years old when he passed away, after contracting COVID-19. “I’m deeply saddened to tell you that my Dad passed away early this morning due to COVID-19 with underlying conditions,” Bill’s son, Billy…

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Rascal Flatts Release Poignant ‘How They Remember You’ EP

How They Remember You, which could potentially be Rascal Flatts’ last album, is out. The seven-song record, which includes “Quick, Fast, In a Hurry” with Rachel Wammack, is all songs that the trio already recorded, but had never been able to fit on an album, until now. “These songs, truth be told, are over-cuts from some projects we’ve worked…

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Watch Dan + Shay’s Cinematic Video For ‘I Should Probably Go to Bed’

Dan + Shay just released a brand-new single, “I Should Probably Go to Bed,” and a stunning cinematic video to accompany it. The song was written by Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney, with Dan both producing and playing every instrument on the track. The video marks new territory for the duo, who created a gravity-defying storyline for the new…

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Garth Brooks Details Daughter Allie’s Battle With COVID-19

Garth Brooks’ family is healthy again, after his youngest daughter Allie, tested positive for COVID-19. In a virtual press conference held earlier this week, where Garth announced he was removing himself from the list of nominees for Entertainer of the Year, the 58-year-old opened up about her diagnosis and recovery. “Her husband works with us every day,” Garth said,…

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2021 Volunteer Jam: A Musical Salute to Charlie Daniels Performers Announced

The lineup for the 2021 Volunteer Jam: A Musical Salute to Charlie Daniels has been announced, with the addition of several new artists, including Alabama, Ricky Skaggs, Old Crow Medicine Show, Junior Brown and Cece Winans. The concert, which was originally scheduled for September 15, was moved to February 22 due to the coronavirus pandemic. After the country music…

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Randy Travis ‘Still Has an Appreciation’ For New Country Artists

Randy Travis changed the trajectory of country music when he released his debut single, “On the Other Hand,” 35 years ago. The Grand Ole Opry member, who just released a new single, “Fool’s Love Affair,” hasn’t been able to make new music since his debilitating stroke in 2013. Still, Randy makes a point to go out and hear country…

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Chris Tomlin Releases Star-Studded New Album, Featuring Thomas Rhett, Lady A and More

It’s here, Chris Tomlin fans! The gospel singer’s new album, Chris Tomlin & Friends, featuring Thomas Rhett, Lady A, Brett Young, Russell Dickerson and more, is out. The record includes the current single, “Who You Are to Me,” with Lady A, which is currently in the Top 5. “I have always felt a calling to help give people a…

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LOCASH Eagerly Eyes Second No. 1 Hit With ‘One Big Country Song’ (EXCLUSIVE)

LOCASH might soon have a second No. 1 hit on their hands. The duo, made up of Chris Lucas and Preston Brust, are inching close to the top of the charts with their current single, “One Big Country Song,” from their 2019 Brothers album. “It keeps flip-flopping,” Preston told Everything Nash, speaking of their position on the charts. “It’s…

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The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Delays Reopening

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has been closed since March 13, due to the coronavirus pandemic, and it appears they will stay closed for a while longer. The popular Nashville attraction, which previously announced they would remain closed through July 31, just announced they are extending that closure for at least one more month, until August…

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