"Chet Flippo was an insightful, kindhearted soul in a cutthroat business," Kinky Friedman said Wednesday (June 19) following the death of his longtime friend.... more
Chet Flippo, country music's pre-eminent journalist whose career spanned from Rolling Stone magazine to CMT, died Wednesday morning (June 19) at a Nashville hospital following a lengthy illness. He was 69.... more
Guests trekked through the steamy Nashville sunshine to a Music Row bar and eatery Tuesday afternoon (June 18) to celebrate Thompson Square's second No. 1 single, "If I Didn't Have You."... more
Slim Whitman, the singer known for the 1952 hit "Indian Love Call," died Wednesday (June 19) in Jacksonville, Fla. He was 89. His death from heart failure was confirmed by his son-in-law.... more
Hunter Hayes played his MTV Artist to Watch LIVE show in New York City on Tuesday night. Check out what happened here!... more
I experienced my first Bonnaroo over the weekend and, against overwhelming odds, remembered a few things.... more
New duo Striking Matches, pop favorites the Jonas Brothers and an attempt for a 24-hour drumming world record will be part of this year's O Music Awards on Wednesday (June 19).... more
If you think you may have missed Kree Harrison's initial American Idol audition, that's because you did. The show didn't air her Oklahoma City tryout where she performed an original song written to her mother.... more
Blake Shelton and Tim McGraw refuse to relinquish the top slots on Billboard's country albums and airplay lists.... more
In his 1950 hit, "My Son Calls Another Man Daddy," Hank Williams was able to channel some intense fatherly emotions into the tune.... more
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