Here for a Good Time: Win a trip Strait to Vegas courtesy of King George’s Texas resort

George Strait is re-opening his resort in the Texas Hill Country this fall, and not only does he want you to come visit Tapatio Springs, he wants to send you to Vegas, too. George’s getaway in Boerne, Texas re-launches on October with a new clubhouse and renovated guestrooms. The resort also boasts one of the top public golf courses in the Lone Star State, an indoor/outdoor restaurant, and spaces for private events. To celebrate, King George […]

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Vinyl Is a Good Thing: Luke Bryan celebrates 10th anniversary of pivotal album with re-release

Luke Bryan will mark the tenth anniversary of his breakthrough 2009 album Doin’ My Thing by releasing it on vinyl for the very first time. In addition to his hits “Rain Is a Good Thing,” “Do I,” and “Someone Else Calling You Baby,” the vinyl re-issue will include two rare bonus tracks. “Y’all Can Have This Town” and “Favorite Flowers” were previously available only on the iTunes exclusive version of the album. Doin’ My Thing also features Luke’s cover […]

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Tyler Hubbard’s son Luca Reed arrives on cue, as his dad returns from the FGL tour

Tyler Hubbard’s second child — a son named Luca Reed — was born Monday at 3:40 a.m. in Nashville, arriving on his due date. Tyler’s wife, Hayley, says his timing was perfect, as the process started just as Tyler returned from the Can’t Say I Ain’t Country Tour this weekend. “The moment Tyler flew in from his last show of the weekend, the contractions started!” she tells People. “Tyler was so helpful in the birthing process from start to […]

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Brooks & Dunn play Cowboys & Indians with Kane Brown and Jon Pardi

Soon-to-be Country Music Hall of Famers Brooks & Dunn are on the cover of the October issue of the western lifestyle magazine Cowboys & Indians. They’re flanked by Kane Brown and Jon Pardi on each side, who both collaborated with them on the new REBOOT remakes of their hits. Kix and Ronnie will officially be inducted into the Hall of Fame during the annual Medallion Ceremony this October. The “Country Music: Celebrating an Art Form” issue also features an interview with Tanya Tucker, whose While I’m […]

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Bye Bye Brad: Carrie Underwood to host the 53rd Annual CMA Awards with Dolly and Reba

Carrie Underwood is returning to host the CMA Awards in November…but for the first time in 12 years, Brad Paisley won’t be joining her. Instead, Carrie will get some help from two legends: Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire. Together, they’ll be celebrating country’s legendary women throughout the ceremony, which airs November 13 on ABC. CMA CEO Sarah Trahern says in a statement, “In addition to awarding the year’s best and brightest in the genre, the 53rd Annual CMAAwards will celebrate the legacy of […]

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Justin Moore may have Late Nights and Longnecks, but his wife won’t let him forget he’s not a member of the “Drinking Class”

Justin Moore has no problem admitting he’s not the foremost authority on his own music: That happens to be his wife Kate. “She’s really good to run music by because she’s completely honest — brutally honest,” the Arkansas resident tells ABC Radio. “And so, she’ll go, ‘Yeah, I don’t really like that.’ And I’m going, ‘That’s great! I mean, that was my idea. I wrote it!’ She goes, ‘I don’t like it.'” “So she’s the one I […]

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Blake got so excited to go on Strait’s bus, he “drank his face off” — and may do it again this weekend

If you want to see Blake Shelton turn into a fangirl, just ask him about George Strait. The Oklahoma native was super-excited to get the call to play several stadium shows with his hero, like the one he’ll do Saturday night at Gillette Stadium, the home of the New England Patriots. “I had opened for George in 2007… or 2008,” Blake recalls. “And it was one of the greatest things I ever did… just being a country music […]

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Dylan Scott pays tribute to Keith Whitley, and relives An Old Memory of riding around in his dad’s truck

Dylan Scott‘s seven-song tribute to Keith Whitley, titled An Old Memory, is new today. While the legend is almost universally revered for his vocals and his songwriting, Whitley died more than a year before the “Nothing to Do Town” hitmaker was born. So for Dylan, his first exposure to Whitley is literally An Old Memory, one he shares with his father, who was also a touring musician. “It was with my dad,” Dylan says of hearing Keith for […]

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Watch Maren Morris explore Hawaii’s Road to Hana in “The Bones” music video

You can vicariously experience one of Hawaii’s most popular tourist attractions in Maren Morris’s new music video for “The Bones.” Filmed during her vacation to Maui at the end of June, the clip follows Maren and her husband, singer/songwriter Ryan Hurd, as they explore the Hana Highway, a more than fifty-mile stretch of road through a lush, tropical rainforest. “The Road to Hana is beautiful but a hell of a trek,” Maren shared on her socials. “Kind of like the […]

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“Hell Right”: Blake Shelton’s new single remains a potentially controversial mystery until Friday

With less than a day to wait before Blake Shelton‘s new single, “Hell Right,” arrives on Friday, the mystery surrounding his latest collaboration with Trace Adkins only seems to grow. Blake first hinted the song was coming last week at the #1 party for “God’s Country.” “We’ve got a bunch of things recorded, and we just cut one actually that HARDY wrote,” he told reporters gathered at Ole Red Nashville, referring to the new track. HARDY co-wrote “God’s Country” as […]

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