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2012 CMA Music Festival Adds Nightly Acoustic Performances
CMA Music Festival is only a few weeks away, and the star power continues to increase. Eight more artists have been added to the lineup, with two acoustic performances included in each of the nightly concerts at Nashville's LP Field.
Lauren Alaina, Kip Moore, Bill Anderson, Love and Theft, Kellie Pic…
Bill Anderson and Roy Clark Reunite for ‘Hee Haw’ Special
'Hee Haw,' a comedic TV show set in the fictional Kornfield Kountry and featuring plenty of country music, stopped filming 20 years ago but is still a fan favorite. With an all-star cast that included Bill Anderson, Roy Clark and Buddy Alan (Owens), the show remains one of the most iconic …
Bill Anderson Reminisces ‘The First 10 Years’
Country legend Bill Anderson is celebrating 50 years as a Grand Ole Opry member with 'The First 10 Years, 1956-1966,' the singer's first comprehensive anthology that chronicles his first decade as a recording artist.
The collection, now available through Bill's official website, Amazon and select mus…
Bill Anderson Celebrates 50 Years at the Grand Ole Opry
Bill Anderson has been a Grand Ole Opry member for a half-century, and will mark his golden anniversary as part of the venerable institution this Saturday, July 16. The singer-songwriter got his first taste of success in 1958 when Ray Price recorded a song he had written, 'City Lights...
Keith Urban, Bill Anderson Take a Walk of Fame
Keith Urban saw the 20-year journey he took around the world to follow his dream to Nashville commemorated in cement Sunday (May 15) during the the Walk Of Fame star induction ceremony on Nashville's Music Mile. The Aussie guitar slinger and songwriting legend Bill Anderson both received stars …
Keith Urban, Bill Anderson Cement Their Fame in Music City
Keith Urban and Bill Anderson will soon be walked over -- but in a good way. The pair are the latest inductees into Nashville's Music City Walk of Fame. The display is a tribute to those who have made significant contributions to preserving the musical heritage of Nashville and have contributed…
Toby Keith Returns to the Opry Stage
Toby Keith has added a welcomed surprise stop to his 2011 tour schedule. The outspoken country star recently announced he will return to the Opry January 29 -- for the first time in almost nine years.
The Oklahoma native last played the famous stage in 2002, which was also his debut performance at th…
Little Jimmy Dickens Celebrates the Big 9-0
Happy birthday to Little Jimmy Dickens! The country music legend, who currently reigns as the oldest living member of the Grand Ole Opry, turned 90 this weekend (December 19), and hosted a celebration in downtown Nashville to mark the occasion...

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