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Pairing Nashville’s original outlaw with country music’s award-winning contemporary outsider in an Everly Brothers-style duet is something Bobby Bare wanted to do. As usual, he accomplished that task and generally does once he sets his mind on something. Bare, 82, was working on his first new album in five years when he decided to enlist... Read more »
Brothers Osborne, Alan Jackson, Chris Stapleton, Dwight Yoakam and thousands more live music fans will enjoy a heavy dose of Cornhusker hospitality this weekend at the 2017 Nebraskaland Days in North Platte. Billed as Nebraska’s official state celebration, the 11-day event wraps with performances by Jackson and Yoakam on Friday (June 23) and Brothers Osborne... Read more »
After a four-year absence, Lady Antebellum returns to the top of Billboard‘s country albums chart this week with Heart Break. The trio last achieved that eminence in 2013 with Golden. Its intervening album — 747 in 2014 — capped out at No. 2. Heart Break enters the Billboard 200 all-genres list at No. 4. Meanwhile,... Read more »
Seven years ago, Brett Eldredge would never have believed where he’d be in 2017: back in Las Vegas, performing for a massive crowd as the headliner, instead of just in the background singing old cover songs in a house band. “If you told me that people would be waiting out in a line to get... Read more »
The reviews are in, and there’s no denying that Tim McGraw and Faith Hill still have all the same onstage chemistry during their current Soul 2 Soul World Tour that they had on their last tour a decade ago. And while Hill told Entertainment Weekly they had to step up their game in a big... Read more »
If you’re looking for parenthood advice from Jason Aldean, don’t expect any hard and fast rules from the experienced dad. In a recent radio interview, Aldean said that he’s given Thomas Rhett — who has one daughter at home and another one due later this summer — a few answers. “I was texting him one... Read more »
Where do you go after you’ve reached the top of the charts? For Lauren Alaina, you start the climb all over again. After her first No. 1 song, “Road Less Traveled,” Alaina was quick to build on that momentum and release another great tune called “Doin’ Fine.” “I feel like ‘Road Less Traveled’ was a... Read more »

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