When the singer caught wind of a viral video from a class raising money for a school affected by the California fires, she sent a personal message--and a pledge to help!
"Everything we read said that we would take our baby home and just wait for his disease to progress — that he would die."
Keith's portion will air on TV, as well.
"It's about an emotion I'm not super proud of," Pope tells Taste of Country about "FYI."
Frankly we're STILL reeling from this bada-- performance...
Carrie is the true champion.
Keith Urban has been a vocal supporter of the NHL’s Nashville Predators for years, but on Feb. 23, Keith will take his vocal talents to Philadelphia.
The reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year will perform during the first intermission of the annual NHL Stadium Series game between the Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins at Lincoln Financial Field, home of the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagle.
The outdoor performance will be televised as part of the NHL Stadium Series broadcast, which begins at 8 p.m. ET on NBC in the U.S. and on SN1, SN360 and TVAS2 in Canada. A limited number of tickets to the NHL Stadium Series game are still available for purchase.
photo by Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com
He's not the star of this romance.
Justin Moore released an emotional video for his current single, “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home.”
The video features vignettes that depict first-responder situations, a military firefight and a school emergency. Directed by Cody Villalobos, a former EMT, the video utilizes real-life fire fighters and former police officers as actors.
Co-penned by Justin, Jeremy Stover, Paul Digiovanni and Chase McGill, the new single is currently No. 45 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart after 13 Weeks. “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home” is the lead single from Justin’s upcoming fifth studio album, Late Nights & Longnecks, which will be released on April 26.
Watch the video for “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home” below.
photo by Jason Simanek
The late Johnny Cash will get his own bar on Nashville's lower Broadway.
That's some good country-soul right there.
Trisha Yearwood will celebrate the 20th anniversary of her Grand Ole Opry induction with an appearance on the Opry on March 12.
Trisha, who was inducted into the Opry on March 13, 1999, by Porter Wagoner, cites the occasion as one of the seminal moments in her storied career.
“My mother came [to the Opry] on her senior class trip from south Georgia,” said Trisha. “She wrote in her diary about seeing Hank Snow, Hawkshaw Hawkins, and all those people. When I was inducted as a member of the Opry in 1999, she brought her diary and got Hank Snow to sign it. So it’s not only about me, it’s also about my whole family.”
Other artists scheduled to appear on the Opry on March 12 include Rodney Atkins, Trace Adkins, Terri Clark and Mark Wills.
Trisha’s first full-length studio album in more than 10 years, Let’s Be Frank, a collection of tune made famous by Frank Sinatra, will be available everywhere on Feb. 14.
photo by Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com
Watch Thomas Rhett hang out with all of the iconic show's most beloved characters in the new song "This Is My Street."
Which country artist do you think will walk away from the 2019 Grammy Awards with the most trophies?
"I'm always in a weird living arrangement when things happen ..."
She already said yes to the dress!
Owen wanted to launch a campaign to raise money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, and he hoped that the country music industry would join him in rallying behind the cause. Did they ever.
Chill out while you caffeinate.
The couple met in an elevator at MCA Records, but at the time, it wasn't love at first sight.
This one is heavy.