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Robby KleinLaine Hardy is hosting a livestream concert to benefit the American Red Cross. The American Idol winner is using his musical talents to give back to those affected by Hurricane Sally and Hurricane Laura, the latter of which brought devastating damage to Laine’s home state of Louisiana.   During the livestream event on Monday, September 28,Read More →

ABC/Image Group LADolly Parton fans can now relive many of the star’s storied career moments with the new DVD set, Dolly: The Ultimate Collection — Deluxe Edition.  Dolly’s performances, interviews and shows spanning more than 60 years are captured across 19 DVDs and 35 hours of footage.  Included in the collection are more than 20 episodesRead More →

ABC/Mark LevineDan + Shay, Luke Combs and Maren Morris are the most nominated county acts at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards.  Each act scored four nominations a piece, with the “Tequila” duo appearing in the categories of Top Duo/Group, Top Country Artist, Top Country Duo/Group and Top Country Song for their collaboration with Justin Bieber on “10,000 Hours.” LukeRead More →

ABC/Image Group LALady A‘s Hillary Scott has been pulling double duty lately, as she’s not only climbing the chart with her band’s “Champagne Night,” but also with her contribution to Thomas Rhett‘s uplifting “Be a Light.”  “It was an honor,” she says of singing on the hit with Keith Urban, Reba McEntire, and Christian artist ChrisRead More →

John Shearer/ACMA2020/Getty Images for ACMFor Thomas Rhett, co-winning Entertainer of the Year at the 2020 ACM Awards offers a sense of validation. The “Life Changes” singer tied with Carrie Underwood as the winner of the top prize during the ceremony last week, marking his first win in the category and her third.  Reflecting onRead More →

Brent Harrington/CBSSeveral country stars have turned to social media to share remarks over the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.  In the days following Ginsburg’s passing on Friday at the age of 87 after a battle with pancreatic cancer, Maren Morris, Dolly Parton and Carly Pearce are among the country stars sharing their sorrow overRead More →

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