Lady Antebellum has now released their new video "Just a Kiss." Using band members in the video, it is set in a train station as the scenes switch to video's taken from an I-Pad of things that the featured couple did together as tourists in a strange land
John Anderson started out playing rock and roll music, but switched to country when he noticed his sister, who was in a country band, was playing to sell out crowds in the central Florida area. John moved to Nashville in 1971.
This just goes to show you that no matter what, you gotta have somebody watching your back. It rings really true with Darius Rucker recently. Darius is seen approaching the microphone as the lights go down
Clint Black was born in New Jersey but was raised in Houston. He exploded on the country music scene in the late 80's and early 90's, about the same time that Alan Jackson and Garth Brooks were starting to make their mark.
April 27 was the day tornadoes ripped through much of the state of Alabama, leaving death and destruction in their wake. Members of the country group Alabama have come together to put together a benefit concert that will help out the victims. Brad Paisley is one of many performers that will be a part of the concert and he explains why. Keep reading to find out more.
With country music you can count on hearing about trains, trucks, cheatin' and drinkin'. Today you"ll hear from a singer who knows a thing or two about alcohol. He lived it. Keep reading to find out more.
Sometimes artists go back to their favorite things to get inspiration for a project their doing, like a book, or even another song. Country music's Steel Magnolia went back to a favorite movie for some inspiration for their new video. Keep reading to find out more.
Merle Haggard is a singer, guitarist, fiddler, instrumentalist and songwriter. He has influenced the who's who of country music these days. He also had a number song about mama. Keep reading to find out more.
Throughout the history of country music there has always been songs about somebody drinking their sorrows away. One of the best so called "drinkin' songs" came out 36 years ago. Keep reading to find out more.
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