17 Years Ago: ‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ Soundtrack Goes Gold
On Feb. 9, 2001, the soundtrack for 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?' was certified gold, for sales of 500,000 units.
‘Johnny Cash: Forever Words’ Tribute Album Features Kacey Musgraves, Chris Cornell and Mor…
A collection of the Man in Black's found poetry and writing has been set to music by some of today's greatest artists in a new tribute album.
Chris Stapleton Takes Over Top Country Albums Chart Top 3
The last person to accomplish this feat? Garth.
16 Years Ago: Jo Dee Messina Earns Second Platinum Album With ‘Burn’
On Feb. 8, 2002, 'Burn' was certified platinum, for sales of one million units.
7 Years Ago: Thompson Square Release Their Debut Album
On Feb. 8, 2011, the husband-and-wife duo released their self-titled debut album.
Everything We Know About Dierks Bentley’s New Album, ‘The Mountain’
Bentley has released a few details about the project, as well as a small taste of new music to come.
Scotty McCreery Says Wedding Planning Is a ‘Team Effort’
"Engaged life is great. I’m really happy."
Interview: Eddie Montgomery Opens Up About ‘Here’s to You’, Montgomery Gentry’s Future
"The main thing is to get back out there and make sure we're honoring T-Roy right, and to keep Montgomery Gentry rocking, like I promised."
The Boot News Roundup: ‘Nashville’ Cast Plans Final Music City Concert + More
The cast of the CMT show will celebrate its run with a series of concerts, including a just-announced stop at the Grand Ole Opry.