50 facts and figures about the life and times of one of country music's greatest ever names, Patsy Cline.
Patsy Cline was awarded her Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on 3 August 1999, a bittersweet day for her husband, Charlie Dick, and daughter, Julie Fudge.
One of the best soundtracks ever released, ‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’, won three Grammys and introduced a whole new audience to bluegrass music.
The 1974 album stands among the favourites of many longtime Nelson fans, and remains a delightful listen.
On 21 December 1985, the charming 'The Chair,' a real sleeper hit, completed a three-month climb to the top of the US country countdown.
Just 12 days after he entered the country chart with 'I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive,' Hank was dead.
Ten years into her chart career, the self-taught singer, songwriter and guitarist took a number about her own life to No. 1.
There will be no better pop album in 2017 than Taylor Swift’s bold and confrontational Reputation: yet another peak in a career that just keeps rising.
reDiscover the Merle Haggard album from which title song was recognised by the Grammy Hall Of Fame in 1999: his seventh studio LP, ‘Mama Tried.'
On 7 April 2017, the official Patsy Cline Museum will be opening its doors in Nashville, housed just above another country icon, the Johnny Cash Museum.
It was on 14 November 1951 that Hank Williams's national TV debut took place, all thanks to Perry Como
'Forever Country,' the multi-artist song and accompanying video created to celebrate the upcoming 50th CMA Awards, has made its worldwide radio debut.
A great songwriter and producer who worked with a diverse range of artists, from Elvis Presley to Petula Clark and the outlaw country musicians of the 1970s
The Johnny Cash Museum, which has been a feature of downtown Nashville since opening in 2013, is unveiling a number of new exhibits.
Country Music Hall of Famer Sonny James, who scored 22 No. 1 country hits between 1956-1974 including 16 in a row, died 22 February of natural causes.