It appears maybe the coaches on NBC’s hit reality competition ‘The Voice‘ are spending too much time together. In a funny new video on the show’s YouTube channel, the four stars are asked to give their best impressions of each other, and the results are not only hilarious, but in some cases, surprisingly accurate.
Mitt Romney is an avid country music fan, it seems. In a new interview, the Republican presidential hopeful revealed some of the acts he’d like to have perform at the White House — and the country genre dominates his imaginary concert.
Cross Canadian Ragweed were one of the most influential and popular bands to come out of the Texas Red Dirt music scene, releasing seven critically acclaimed albums before breaking up in 2010. Band members Cody Canada and Jeremy Plato then teamed up with Dave Bowen, Seth James, and Steve Littleton to form a new band called Cody Canada and the Departed. As Canada and James explained in a new interview, the group is currently working on a new album of fresh material.
Carrie Underwood has been getting raves for the video for her new single ‘Blown Away,’ but it wasn’t easy filming the intense clip. In a new interview, Underwood says she was beaten up both emotionally and physically during the draining video shoot.
Rascal Flatts and the Band Perry will join a host of music stars to bring the joy of Christmas to those less fortunate this year. The country music representatives will appear on the upcoming ‘A Very Special Christmas 25th Anniversary’ album to raise money for the Special Olympics.
Country superstar Tim McGraw is an avid supporter of the U.S. military, and on each stop of the Brothers of the Sun Tour, he’s putting his money where his mouth is, working to give wounded soldiers a place to live through Operation Homefront.
Dierks Bentley will have the honors of hosting the upcoming sixth-annual ACM Honors event, which take place at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium on September 24, 2012. The evening is dedicated to recognizing award recipients and special honorees in the non-televised categories of the Academy of Country Music Awards.
Chris Young had the chance to catch up with an old friend during a visit to Minot Air Force Base last week. The singer stopped by the base for a CD signing with some of our country’s finest airmen as part of his work with Stars for Stripes and the Minot Exchange. While there, he was reunited with Wounded Warrior Scott Lilley, whom he first met in 2009 while working with Stars for Stripes.
Like the rest of America — okay, the world — country’s own Scotty McCreery is currently entranced by the 2012 Olympic Games. And it seems he’s got his eye on one gold medalist swimmer in particular. Using his Twitter account as a platform, McCreery has come out in full support of Olympian Missy Franklin.
Darius Rucker certainly does his share when it comes to supporting our troops, regularly performing all over the world for American soldiers in such far-flung places as Bosnia, Saudi Arabia, Italy, Japan and the Middle East. But he also wants everyday Americans to know how easy it is for them to do their part by supporting Operation Gratitude.
A panel of three judges with the Tennessee Court of Appeals questioned lawyers for country superstar Tim McGraw and his former record label, Curb Records, as part of an ongoing lawsuit in a court session in Nashville on Friday (July 27.)
Bluegrass duo the Roys will release a new album, ‘New Day Dawning,’ on August 28 through Rural Rhythm Records. The award-winning sibling duo of Elaine and Lee Roy have already released the project’s first single, ‘Still Standing,’ to radio.
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