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31 Years Ago: Garth Brooks Releases ‘The Dance’

It’s been 31 years since Garth Brooks‘ iconic hit, “The Dance,” was released. The song, written by Tony Arata, was the final single from Brooks’ 1989 eponymous debut. Released on April 30, 1990, “The Dance” helped Brooks quickly go from rising star to superstar with one song. “I was there the night Tony Arata sang ‘The Dance’ at the…

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Luke Bryan Looks Back on His First ACM Awards Win for Entertainer of the Year

Luke Bryan was thrilled to be nominated for Entertainer of the Year at the recent ACM Awards, but he never imagined he would actually win. The 44-year-old, who was in Los Angeles filming American Idol when the ceremony aired, has been nominated every year since 2012, but didn’t imagine he would claim the evening’s top prize, especially while he…

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Gary LeVox Announces ‘One On One’ Album, With MercyMe, BRELAND and More

Gary LeVox just announced his debut Christian album! One On One, a five-track collection of songs, will be released on May 21, on Big Machine Records, the same label that Rascal Flatts calls home. One On One includes appearances by MercyMe, BRELAND, Jonathan McReynolds and his daughter Brittany LeVox. “One On One is my passion project and I have…

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Jordan Lee Offers Exclusive Performance of ‘Why Do I’: WATCH

 Jordan Lee’s debut EP, Why Do I, is out! To celebrate, the Season 14 contestant on The Voice is giving Everything Nash readers an exclusive performance of the title track of his EP. “Why Do I,” along with the other two songs on the project, “Feel Something” and “Leave Me Lonely,” are a mix of all of the…

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Ronnie Milsap Drops ‘Big Bertha’ With Vince Gill: ‘He’s Such a Good Singer’

Ronnie Milsap just dropped his first new album in seven years, with A Better Word for Love. The 10-track collection includes a duet with Vince Gill, on “Big Bertha.” The song, written by Randy Moore, Carl Perkins and DJ Perkins, is about golf, which made Gill the perfect guest on the humorous tune. “My friend Holly Gleason said, ‘You…

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Home Free Releases ‘One Voice’ With Billy Gilman: LISTEN

Home Free has officially released their collaboration with Billy Gilman, on “One Voice,” and it’s chill-inducing. The song, which was Gilman’s debut single, and the title track of his freshman album, was originally released in 2000, when Gilman was just 12 years old, but seems even more timely now. Singing, “Some kids have and some kids don’t / And…

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Eric Church Shows Support for Morgan Wallen After Racial Slur: ‘He’s Working on Himself’

Eric Church is speaking out in support of his friend, Morgan Wallen. In a recent interview with Variety, Church was quick to denounce Wallen’s use of a racial slur earlier this year, but was also willing to extend a bit of grace to the troubled singer. “That was a heart-breaking thing, but Morgan — I know Morgan knows —…

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Maneet Chauhan Says Deciding Which Restaurants to Donate to Was ‘Really Difficult’

Maneet Chauhan just walked away with $25,000, and a brand-new SUV, after winning Food Network’s Tournament of Champions, but she wasn’t the only winner. As part of the competition, each time she advanced to the next round, a $10,000 donation was made to a Nashville restaurant, in her honor. For the celebrity chef, that was one of the most…

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