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When Cole Swindell was in Las Vegas for his last show of 2017, he made a special visit to the Clark County Fire Department Station No. 18 to sing for firefighters; among them were first responders at the Route 91 Harvest Festival. On the final night of the sold-out October event, 58 people were killed,... Read more »
Brett Eldredge can’t sing “White Christmas” without thinking about his grandmother, Jan. Growing up, scooping the snow in her driveway was one of Eldredge’s many holiday traditions. And he dedicated the Irving Berlin classic to her live on Thursday (Dec. 14) at his annual “An Evening With Brett Eldredge” concert — his final show of... Read more »
The mother in Sheryl Crow is terrified. In an open letter on Bustle.com, Crow wrote about how she feels five years after the tragic mass shooting in Sandy Hook. “After the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary five years ago today, the one thing I thought nobody would be fighting about was a common-sense solution to... Read more »
Eleven years ago, Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman were the newlyweds, probably looking at other couples as role models. And now, Urban and Kidman are the role models to newlyweds Kelsea Ballerini and Morgan Evans. They especially love that two-week rule. “I remember Morgan saying he read an article on Keith and Nicole,” Ballerini shared... Read more »
You just never know where you are going to find inspiration and encouragement. Unless you’re Florida Georgia Line. Then you know that most likely, you’re going to find it on the bus every day. On Thursday (Dec. 14), the band’s Tyler Hubbard posted on social media that he was doing some year-end cleaning (it was... Read more »
A California country singer, a six-piece band, a trio, powerful female vocalists and soul-baring storytellers are among the talented artists featured in CMT’s “18 for 2018” Listen Up program. The year-long campaign will spotlight country music’s most promising newcomers across CMT platforms, exposing the network’s passionate music fan base to the diversity of today’s country... Read more »
“This is good for the soul.” That’s what Luke Bryan said when he walked into Lenox Hill Hospital in NYC to play for the staff and patients there. But his performance wasn’t the only thing that was good for their souls. Bryan was also at the hospital to launch the Music Pharmacy of Musicians on... Read more »

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