Two's company, but three's a crowd -- at least in the realm of country vocal duos, and especially when the five duos competing for Vocal Duo of the Year at the 2015 ACM Awards are perfect just the way they are.
Sure, there's definitely a lack of women in country music. But the females who are making it are certainly a talented bunch, making selecting this year's Female Vocalist of the Year winner at the ACM Awards a very tough call.
Brett Eldredge better get out his parachute. The singer just nabbed his third No. 1 single — this time for "Mean to Me" — which means that he'll have to find another extreme adventure to help him celebrate.
After growing up in the shadows of Bill Monroe, Keith Whitley and The Judds in the blue hills of eastern Kentucky, singer/songwriter CARLY PEARCE will find herself sharing the same stage as her country music heroes when she takes her first steps...
Since her time on “The Voice,” RaeLynn has formed a very close bond with Miranda Lambert. Through that bond, she’s learned many lessons about the music industry from both Lambert and her former coach, Blake Shelton.
With proven success in both the rock and country genres, you would think that Darius Rucker's versatility would make him an ideal candidate for collaborations with other artists -- but he says that's hardly the case.
Thomas Rhett is getting ready to release a new set of tunes, but the upcoming album comes with a warning: According to Rhett, the project will be unlike anything he, and possibly anyone else, has ever done before, at least in country music.
Reba recently debuted the new music video for her latest hit, “Going Out Like That.” The entertainment mogul exclusively debuted the clip on NBC’s “Today” Show and also announced her return to the show next month – marking Reba’s first appearance...
Eric Church loves exploring new musical directions, which is part of the reason he's so smitten with Taylor Swift's 1989 album. During an interview with Rolling Stone, the singer-songwriter raved about the talented young superstar.
Miranda Lambert's latest album, Platinum, has been her biggest success to date, winning the 2015 Grammy Award for Best Country Album and hitting gold status -- and part of the record's success may be that as the 31-year-old gets older, her songs...
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