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Grammys 2013: Country Performances in Short Supply?
Country music has been an integral part of the Grammy Awards since the first trophies were presented in 1959, although the first country Grammy was actually awarded to folk group the Kingston Trio for the murder ballad "Tom Dooley." Country music has also been a presence since the …
Charley Pride to Be Portrayed by Dwayne Johnson in New Film
Charley Pride has sold more than 70 million albums in his legendary career that began with his debut album, 'Country,' more than 45 years ago. The Country Music Hall of Fame member will have his life chronicled in a new film, with actor (and former wrestling star) Dwayne Johnson portraying…
Charley Pride to Release First New Album Since 2006
On March 18 -- his 73rd birthday -- country music legend Charley Pride will release his first new studio album since 2006's 'Pride & Joy: A Gospel Music Collection.' The Grand Ole Opry member's latest project is titled 'Choices' and will feature 13 original trac…
Strawberry Festival 2011 Lineup Announced
The 2011 lineup for Florida's annual Strawberry Festival has been announced, featuring an eclectic who's-who list of country legends and rising stars.
Lady Antebellum, George Jones, Trace Adkins, Jamey Johnson, Kenny Rogers, John Conlee, Clint Black, Charley Pride, the Judds, Chris Young, Tanya Tuck…
Brett Eldredge’s Opry Wait Is Over
Playing the Grand Ole Opry for the first time is a magical experience for any artist, and it will be no different for Brett Eldredge when he takes the historic stage Friday, October 29. The newcomer, whose debut single 'Raymond' has just broke onto the charts, feels like it's taken a …
Keith Urban Joined By All-Star Friends at All for the Hall Benefit
Some of country music's biggest names were on stage in Nashville Monday night to celebrate and raise money for the Country Music Hall of Fame for Keith Urban's second annual All for the Hall benefit show.
Keith kicked off the unforgettable night with a scorching rendition of 'Kiss a Girl,' followed …

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