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Amy Grant to Release 30th Anniversary Edition of ‘Heart in Motion’ Album

In 1991, Amy Grant released her ninth studio album, Heart in Motion, which quickly launched her into superstar status. The 11-track record, which included hits like “Baby, Baby,” “That’s What Love is For,” “Every Heartbeat” and more, sold more than five million copies, and earned her four Grammy nominations, including for both Album of the Year and Record of…

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Randy Travis to Celebrate 35th Anniversary of Debut ‘Storms of Life’ Album With New Release

35 years ago, on June 2, 1986, Randy Travis released his debut Storms of Life album, unknowingly launching his career as one of country music’s biggest superstars in the process. In honor of the album’s milestone anniversary, Travis just announced he is releasing a remastered version of Storms of Life (35th Anniversary Deluxe Edition), along with three unreleased songs…

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Home Free: Everything to Know About Their New Album, ‘Land of the Free’

Home Free thrilled fans all over the globe when they announced they were releasing a new album, Land of the Free, this month. The patriotic-themed record, focusing on their love of the United States, has been a long time coming for Home Free, and their fans. Keep reading for all the details on their next record. 1. The songs…

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Chase Rice Shares the Story Behind ‘Drinkin Beer. Talkin’ God. Amen.’ [EXCLUSIVE]

Chase Rice just released his ambitious The Album, which includes his current single, “Drinkin’ Beer. Talkin’ God. Amen.” The song, which features Florida Georgia Line on the track, was written by Rice, along with Cale Dodds, Corey Crowder and Hunter Phelps, and immediately grabbed the attention of Brian Kelley, who offered to join Rice on the song. “It was…

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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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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 to Celebrate Memorial Day

Happy Memorial Day.!Fortunately, country music is rich with songs that are the perfect soundtrack to celebrating the patriotic holiday. Keep reading to find ten of our favorites. 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 for all the times that…

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