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Alan Jackson Delivers Somber Performance for National Memorial Day Concert: WATCH

Alan Jackson was part of a star-studded lineup for the National Memorial Day Concert, which aired on Sunday, May 30. The Country Music Hall of Fame member performed “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning),” inspired by and written after the tragic 9/11 attack. “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)” was originally included on Jackson’s 2002…

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Trace Adkins Pays Tribute to Veterans With ‘The Empty Chair’: WATCH

Trace Adkins just released a powerful song, “The Empty Chair,” honoring those who gave their life serving in the Armed Forces. The song, written by Greg Crowe, Johnny Garcia and Adam Wood, is from Adkins’ upcoming new album. “The music video for ‘Empty Chair’ honors friends and family of fans that were shared in tribute,” Adkins tweeted. “Their sacrifice…

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Lee Greenwood Reflects on Longevity of ‘God Bless the U.S.A’ [EXCLUSIVE]

 When Lee Greenwood wrote “God Bless the U.S.A.” in 1983, he had no idea how important the song would be almost 40 years later. The song was written as his response to the tragic shooting down of the Korean Air Lines Flight 007, never imagining that “God Bless the U.S.A.” would be used as an anthem for both…

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Home Free Honors Those Serving in the Military With ‘Travelin’ Soldier’: WATCH

Home Free just released their powerful video for “Travelin’ Soldier,” one of ten patriotic songs from their upcoming Land of the Free album. The song, a cover of the Bruce Robison song, made popular by The Chicks, takes on new meaning with the all-vocal group’s version, who changed the lyrics slightly to reflect a woman going off to war…

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The Oak Ridge Boys, Travis Tritt and More React to the Passing of B.J. Thomas

B.J. Thomas passed away on May 29, at the age of 78, after a brave battle with cancer. The singer, known for hits like “Hooked on a Feeling,” “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head,” “Whatever Happened to Old-Fashioned Love” and more, announced in March that he had Stage 4 lung cancer. “I just wanted to take this unique opportunity…

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Craig Morgan Urges Others to Remember the Significance of Memorial Day

Craig Morgan served 17 years in the United States Army and the Army Reserves. The 56-year-old has still maintained his commitment to those who serve, performing 16 trips overseas to perform for the troops. Morgan’s efforts earned him both the USO Merit Award in 2006, and the Army’s Outstanding Civilian Service Medal in 2018. In advance of Memorial Day…

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Top 10 Patriotic Songs in Country Music

Country music is rich with songs that are the perfect soundtrack to celebrating a patriotic holiday, or any day. Keep reading to find ten of our favorite patriotic songs in country music. 10. “American Soldier,” Toby Keith Toby Keith wrote “American Soldier” with Chuck Cannon, after being inspired by his numerous trips to visit the troops overseas. “It’s written…

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Trisha Yearwood Thanks Matthew McConaughey for Appearing in ‘Walkaway Joe’ Video

It’s been 29 years since Trisha Yearwood‘s theatrical video for “Walkaway Joe,” starring then-unknown actor, Matthew McConaughey. Yearwood recently got to thank him for appearing in the video, while she was guest-hosting on The Ellen DeGeneres Show with her husband, Garth Brooks. “I want to thank you because I’ve never had the chance to publicly thank you … for…

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Jeannie Seely Celebrates 55th Anniversary of Her Grand Ole Opry Debut [EXCLUSIVE]

55 years ago today, on May 28, 1966, Jeannie Seely made her debut on the Grand Ole Opry. The 80-year-old never imagined what an impact the Opry would have on her life and career when she first set foot on the hallowed stage. “I don’t even know how to describe it,” Seely tells Everything Nash. “The Opry has been…

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Home Free Announces New Album, ‘Land of the Free’

Home Free is releasing a new album next month! The all-vocal group announced that they will release Land of the Free, ten songs that help promote unity instead of division. Included on Land of the Free will be a collaboration with Lee Greenwood on “God Bless the U.S.A.,” as well as Don McLean’s “American Pie,” “People” with Jeffrey East…

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