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NASCAR Cancels Sound & Speed Event
Rodney Atkins, Taylor Swift, Vince Gill, Alan Jackson, Hank Williams, Jr. and Montgomery Gentry are just a few of the country stars who have performed at NASCAR's Sound & Speed festival since it began in 2006. But now, as a result of a struggling economy and lingering effects from Nashville's fl…
Little Big Town Join Brad Paisley for Free Gulf Concert
Country artists came out in droves following the tragic oil spill that damaged the Gulf of Mexico and hampered the area's tourism industry. Providing free concerts to bring consumers back to the Gulf, artists including Hank Williams, Jr., Gretchen Wilson, Lee Brice, Vince Gill and Jimmy Buffett…
Josh Thompson, Chris Young Join Forces for Second Harvest
Tuesday night, September 28, some of country music's brightest new stars will perform at the 6th Annual Stars for Second Harvest benefit concert at the historic Ryman Auditorium. Josh Thompson, Chris Young and Uncle Kracker will join esteemed songwriters Mac McAnally and Tony Mullins for the co…
Ray Charles and Johnny Cash ‘Undiscovered’ Duet Surfaces
Almost thirty years ago, two of music's biggest icons -- Ray Charles and Johnny Cash -- got together in a Nashville studio and recorded a duet. The song, originally intended for a CBS Records album in 1981, was ultimately dropped from the project, remaining virtually hidden from the public sinc…
Hank Jr. Recruits ‘Rowdy Friends’ for 2010 Tour
When it comes to throwing a party, nobody does it better than Hank Williams, Jr. This spring, Bocephus is kicking off his Rowdy Friends Tour 2010 and is taking Jamey Johnson, Eric Church and The Grascals along for the ride.
The tour's initial round of dates begin April 2 in Charleston, W...
Steve Wariner a Million-Air 15 Times
Steve Wariner has achieved Million-Air status, not in monetary terms but in number of airplays 11 of his songs have had on radio. The country star was recognized for four additional songs achieving that status during a special lunch in Nashville...