If there is a rulebook, Jason Aldean hasn't read it very carefully.
Holly Williams and her husband Chris Coleman welcomed the birth of their first child -- a girl -- on Tuesday (Sept. 30).
Coming out of a well-deserved break for the birth of Hillary Scott's first child, Lady Antebellum had more time than usual to work on their sixth studio album, 747.
As Kip Moore recovers from the first weekend of headlining CMT on Tour: Up in Smoke, he's ready for more roadwork with Charlie Worsham and Sam Hunt.
Have you heard it? I don't know where you live, but in Chicago, Carrie Underwood's brand new single, "Something in the Water," was on country radio about every 10 minutes on Monday (Sept. 29).
If you look closely inside the liner notes of Tim McGraw's new album Sundown Heaven Town, you'll see his mother Betty.
Grand Ole Opry member Jim Ed Brown has been diagnosed with lung cancer, he confirmed Tuesday (Sept. 30) via his Facebook page.
When Miranda Lambert's Platinum album was released in June, she said something about one of the tracks -- "Old Sh!t" -- I'll never forget.
"I don't know if God tweets, but I'm gonna send Him a tweet today," Dierks Bentley said Sunday (Sept. 28) at Nashville's Riverfront Park during his ninth annual Miles & Music for Kids charity motorcycle ride and concert.
Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, The Band Perry, Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood have been added to the list of performers at the 48th annual CMA Awards set for Nov. 5 at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena.
Loretta Lynn began writing songs as a teenager on her Sears Roebuck guitar during the downtime between laundering other folks' clothes and raising her own kids. Today she stands as one of country music's greatest singers, writers and performers ever.
A press release announcing Keith Urban's new video for "Somewhere in My Car" describes it as his "most risqué to date, a provocative must-see."
Some people will look at the latest photo of Jason Aldean and his fiancee Brittany Kerr and just see her engagement ring. And, honestly, it's hard to miss.
Dierks Bentley didn't write his new single, "Say You Do." And I think I know why.
Loretta Lynn rose from humble beginnings in Butcher Hollow, Kentucky, to be named No. 11 on the list of CMT All-Time Top 40: Artists Choice.