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Kenny Chesney Pays Tribute to Jimmy Buffett: ‘It Was Such An Honor’ [WATCH]

Kenny Chesney was part of an all-star lineup on Thursday, April 11, honoring the music and legacy of Jimmy Buffett, who passed away in September. Chesney performed Buffett’s 1997 hit, “Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes,” joining artists like Paul McCartney, Sheryl Crow, the Eagles, Eric Church, Jon Bon Jovi, Zac Brown and more in performing some of Buffett’s…

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Lainey Wilson Is Modeling Her Career After Reba McEntire

Lainey Wilson has already achieved a lot more than she once ever thought conceived for herself, but it’s thanks in large part to one of her musical heroes. The “Country’s Cool Again” singer credits Reba McEntire with showing her that anything is possible for those who are fearless, and willing to work hard. “It seems like there are so…

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Cole Swindell Celebrates His Fiancée Courtney With ‘Forever to Me’ [LISTEN]

Cole Swindell is celebrating his fiancée, Courtney Little, in his new song, out now. The singer-songwriter just released “Forever to Me,” a song he co-wrote about his relationship with Little, ahead of their upcoming nuptials. “I wanted to write a song that’s special to me and also special to Courtney,” Swindell tells his record label. “And to be living…

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Tyler Hubbard Embraces Being a Solo Artist With New Album, ‘Strong’

Tyler Hubbard‘s sophomore Strong album is out now. The 13-track record, co-written entirely by Hubbard, is Hubbard’s way of connecting even more with his fans, after the 2023 release of his eponymous debut solo album, “It was just to let them in to who I am even more, and know one another,” Hubbard said during a recent media event,…

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Warren Zeiders, ‘Pretty Little Poison’: Story Behind the Song

Warren Zeiders‘ career is on a meteoric fast track. The Pennsylvania native celebrated his first No.1 single, with “Pretty Little Poison,” which also earned Zeiders his first major award. Zeiders took home the CMT Music Award for Breakthrough Male Video of the Year for “Pretty Little Poison,” just part of what seems certain to be the beginning of a…

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Walker Hayes Reveals Why He Needs to Keep Talking About His Sobriety

Count Walker Hayes among the large, and growing, number of country music artists who proudly live a sober lifestyle. But unlike some artists Hayes, who has been sober since 2015, wants to — and maybe needs to — talk about his brave choice to quit drinking. “I think for me personally, if I was not vocal about my sobriety…

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Jelly Roll on His 4 ACM Awards Nominations: ‘I Didn’t Expect to Get This Many’

No one is more surprised than Jelly Roll that he received four ACM Awards nominations, including for the night’s highest honor, Entertainer of the Year. For Jelly Roll, who is also celebrating his first year as an ACM Awards nominee, his continued success is almost more than he can comprehend. Jelly Roll marked his first win at an awards show…

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Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton Open Up About Insecurities and ‘Purple Irises’

Blake Shelton joins his wife, Gwen Stefani, on a new song, “Purple Irises,” out now. Although the two may seem an unstoppable power couple at the moment, the song, from Stefani’s next record, was born at a time when Stefani was questioning a lot, including her security in her marriage to Shelton. “I had been going through those times…

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Reba McEntire Shares How Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn Became Her ‘Manual’ in Country Music

Reba McEntire might be an icon in every sense of the word, but she got there by looking at other female superstars. The 69-year-old, from very early in her career, looked to artists like Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn and Barbara Mandrell for how to handle every aspect of her career, including her wardrobe. “They’re very strong and they know…

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