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SOURCE Nashville Announces Hall Of Fame Inductees

SOURCE Nashville Announces Hall Of Fame Inductees

SOURCE Nashville has announced this year’s SOURCE Hall of Fame inductees. Founded in 1991 by Shelia Shipley Biddy, Judy Harris and Pat Rolfe, SOURCE is a nonprofit organization supporting an exclusive community of accomplished women professionals who work in all facets of Nashville’s music industry. The SOURCE Hall of Fame …

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SPECIAL: “CMT Remembers: Toby Keith”

Toby Keith Passes At 62

Clinton, Oklahoma native Toby Keith passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on February 5th. Keith had been battling stomach cancer. The country singer/songwriter had 20 number one hits, 19 studio albums, 2 Christmas albums, and 5 compilation albums, and had worldwide sales of over 40 million albums. He had …

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Sarah Davison Receives Belmont 's Prestigious Curtain Call Award

Sarah Davison Receives Belmont ‘s Prestigious Curtain Call Award

Sarah Davison was honored with the esteemed Curtain Call Award from Belmont University on Wednesday, January 31st, recognizing her unwavering commitment to artistic excellence. The Curtain Call Award, presented in recognition of great achievement in the field of commercial music, has honored a Belmont University School of Music alum each …

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Larkin Poe Earn Their First Career GRAMMY

Larkin Poe Earn Their First Career GRAMMY

As always Nashville made a strong showing at the GRAMMY awards last night, but one of the awards we were most excited about was Larkin Poe. The Nashville-based multi-instrumentalist sister duo of Rebecca and Megan Lovell – earned their first career GRAMMY with last year’s critically acclaimed sixth studio album, …

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Craig Morgan Sworn In As Warrant Officer In Army Reserve

Tennessee native Country music star and soldier Craig Morgan received his appointment to Warrant Officer 1 in the Army Reserve on Saturday, February 3. The swearing-in took place at Huntsville, Alabama’s Redstone Arsenal with Chief Warrant Officer 3 William R. Green, along with John Clement (Deputy State Director/Military Advisor, U.S. …

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Kix Brooks, Cody & Ronnie Dunn/ Brooks & Dunn.

Cody Johnson Blows The Roof Off Bridgestone!

Cody Johnson brought magnetic energy to the stage on Friday night as he headlined Nashville’s Bridgestone before a SOLD-OUT crowd. Cody’s appearance becomes the most tickets sold by a male country artist in their Bridgestone debut. “The Leather Tour” launched in mid-January and already boasts multiple sold-out dates on the …

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Anne Wilson’s New Album “Rebel” Out April 19th

GRAMMY-nominated artist and songwriter Anne Wilson has announced her, genre-blending album REBEL, available April 19. A co-writer on each of the album’s 16 tracks, Wilson teamed up with some of Music Row’s most in-demand songwriters for a project firmly rooted in both Country and Christian music, produced by Jeff Pardo …

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Jay Allen’s Southern Rock Spin On Noah Kahan’s “Stick Season”

Rising country artist Jay Allen has recently reimagined folk-pop singer Noah Kahan’s beloved single, “Stick Season,” infusing it with a distinct country rock flavor. (listen above) “Stick Season” metaphorically describes the period between late autumn and early winter, a time often associated with feelings of solitude as the days grow …

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Chris Young To Headline Free Nashville July 4th Concert

Chris Young Releases Statement Following Dropped Charges

Chris Young took to socials today to share a personal message with fans following last week’s release of video evidence and the Nashville District Attorney’s dismissal of all charges against the country music star. Young shared: “Hey guys, so I just wanted to say something. You know, I’m still processing …

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