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Aaron Watson in IF!

Country Star Aaron Watson is coming to The Colonial Theater in Idaho Falls on Saturday, June 30th! Tickets go on sale... Read More

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Dirt Graffiti

  I bet they were listening to the Hawk. – The zombies. The zombies were listening to the Hawk. The driver... Read More


Jurassic Tour

Don’t miss 50 life like dinosaurs in the natural environment! Fun for the entire family! Sat and Sun at The Eas... Read More


Watch now: Trent Harmon draws on real-life heartbreak for “You Got ‘Em All” video

ABC Digital  ·  April 20, 2018

Trent Harmon’s new video for “You Got ‘Em All” is every bit as heart-wrenching as the emotional single itself.

The storyline draws on the real-life inspiration for the ball... Read More

Watch now: Jake Owen turns “I Was Jack (You Were Diane)” into a 10-minute mini-movie

ABC Digital  ·  April 20, 2018

Less than a day after Jake Owen premiered his new video for “I Was Jack (You Were Diane)” at an exclusive event at the CMA Theater in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, the mini-movie is now available to view Read More

Dierks Bentley makes a “Mountain” of media appearances on the West Coast

ABC Digital  ·  April 20, 2018

Dierks Bentley started the week by performing his top ten hit, “Woman, Amen,” on the 53rd ACM Awards, and things only got busier from there.

The Arizona native stayed on the West Coast for a Wednesday appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where he again cued up&nb... Read More

Brett Young begs for “Mercy” Monday on “Good Morning America”

ABC Digital  ·  April 20, 2018

Brett Young will start the week begging for a little “Mercy.”

The Academy of Country Music’s New Male Vocalist of the Year will perform his latest single Monday on Good Morning America. The show starts at 7 a.m. on ABC, with Brett’s performance to... Read More

A closer look at “Amos”: Michael Ray reveals cover art & track listing for sophomore album

ABC Digital  ·  April 20, 2018

Michael Ray stands in the foreground on the cover of his new album, Amos, with a framed picture of his grandfather -- who inspired the album's title -- behind him. The photo sits on a chest of drawers, along with what appears to be a bible, a watch, an ashtray and a coffee cup.... Read More

Maren Morris believes we’re desperate to meet in “The Middle,” in more ways than one

ABC Digital  ·  April 20, 2018

"The Middle," Maren Morris' pop hit with DJ/producer Zedd, sounds like a typical upbeat dance song about love, but Maren feels that it's also a reflection of what our society needs at this moment in time.

"I related to it so much, not so much like the vocal, but t... Read More

Country star trivia

ABC Digital  ·  April 20, 2018

K.T. Oslin's second #1 hit featured the line "There's a wooden wonder from way Down Under they call a boomerang." Can you name this song, which topped the Billboard chart thirty years ago this week? ANSWER: "I'll Always Come Back."

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“You really blew this, babe”: Hear Sugarland sing with Taylor Swift now

ABC Digital  ·  April 20, 2018

Sugarland has shared another track from their upcoming album Bigger, and it's probably the one everybody's most excited to hear.

Titled "Babe," the song features voc... Read More

Weed, Whiskey and Brothers Osborne: Why the 4/20 release “Port Saint Joe” is made for Record Store Day

ABC Digital  ·  April 20, 2018

Port Saint Joe, the sophomore record from Brothers Osborne, arrives on 4/20, and it's not exactly a coincidence that Friday's date is also considered the unofficial holiday of pot smokers. After all, the project features a song called "Weed, Whiskey and Willie."  On Saturday, a special Record St... Read More

Nashville notes

ABC Digital  ·  April 20, 2018

Brad Paisley is extending his relationship with Sony Music Nashville, re-signing a long-term recording contract with Arista. The "Today" hitmaker has been at the label since launching his career in 1999.

"Get Down South" will be the second single from Montgomery GentryRead More