Garth Brooks is hopeful that the world is on its way to becoming a better place.
Country artists continue to share their voices in response to the death of George Floyd that's sparked national protests.
With her new song "Black Like Me," Mickey Guyton is using the power of music to share her story as a black woman in America.
The first verse has Mickey telling the story of her first broken heart as a child on the playground when she was told she was "different," and reveals that even in adulthoo... Read More
In correlation with #BlackoutTuesday, members of the music industry have launched DonateMyWage.org to support black organizations working toward racial justice.
Launched Tuesday morning, the site prompts users to type in their hour or salaried pay to be calculated... Read More
Several country artists have stepped up to support #BlackoutTuesday and #TheShowMustBePaused, an initiative founded by Atlantic Records executives Jamila Thomas and Brianna Agyemang that's led to a one-day shutdown of the music industry to stand in solidarity with th... Read More
Darius Rucker is expressing his remorse over the tragic death of George Floyd.
On this day in 1986, this Country Music Hall of Fame member's debut studio album, Storms of Life, was released, featuring the hits "Diggin' Up Bones," "1982" and "On the Other Hand." Can you name him? ANSWER: Randy Travis.
By Cillea Houghton
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The first sound you hear at the start of Jason Aldean's new single, "Got What I Got," is the crackle of a vinyl record. And if it invokes a feeling of nostalgia, the ACM Entertainer of the Decade says that's all by design.
"When it first comes on, it kinda reminds me of, like, a nineties ... Read More
Lynn Anderson is commemorating the 50-year anniversary of her 1970 album Rose Garden -- featuring her signature hit "(I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden" -- with a Deluxe Collector's Edition pressed on rose-colored vinyl. The record includes previously unreleased notes to... Read More
Kane Brown is contributing his voice to the discussion of racism and injustice in America.