In what will surely be remembered as one of the most memorable pairings in the history of 'CMT Crossroads,' Lee Ann Womack will appear with John Legend in an upcoming episode, which will air next month.
Kristian Bush is working on his own solo album, but his work with Jennifer Nettles as part of the award-winning duo Sugarland is never far from his mind. The singer-songwriter, who co-wrote most of the songs on their four studio albums, reveals that many of the tunes told one continuous story.
After pushing the boundaries of country music with his previous album, 'Wheelhouse,' Brad Paisley returned to his roots for 'Moonshine in the Trunk,' making an album that had his fans foremost in his mind.
The Foo Fighters already had a close country connection, as lead singer Dave Grohl worked with the Zac Brown Band on their latest album, 'The Grohl Sessions, Vol. 1,' but now the entire band is embracing the Nashville music scene.
Merle Haggard's first single, 'Sing a Sad Song,' hit the Top 20 more than 50 years ago, in 1963. But while the California native has stayed busy -- and popular -- throughout the last five decades, he admits he doesn't have much in common with the artists who are currently topping the charts.
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