‘Loretta Lynn’s Friends: Hometown Rising Flood Relief Benefit Concert‘ will take place on September 13 at the Grand Ole Opry House.
The compilation features modern and classic holiday hits from Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, and John Legend.
Taking place in Nashville for the very first time, the 55th annual ACM Awards air on September 16.
The Nashville country singer-songwriter is known for hit albums like Crash My Party as well as chart-topping singles like 'Drunk on You,' 'Drink a Beer,' and 'Strip It Down.'
The event will retain the same headliners, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert and Tim McGraw.
The highly-anticipated ‘Born Here Live Here Die Here’ is out Friday.
The song is Bryan's third consecutive airplay No. 1 from his forthcoming album 'Born Here Live Here Die Here.'
The country star debuted the emotional ballad for Father’s Day, ahead of his forthcoming album, ‘Born Here Live Here Die Here’.
The three-hour special will feature more than 25 performances from past CMA Fests, including those by Darius Rucker, Carrie Underwood and Tim McGraw.
The album had been scheduled by Capitol Nashville for 24 April. It will now be out on 7 August with the tour starting on 10 July.
The album, Bryan's seventh studio release, was produced by Jeff Stevens and Jody Stevens.
Our selection also includes posts by Elton John, Luke Bryan, KT Tunstall and Duran Duran.
The single is the follow-up to the April release 'Knockin' Boots,' which became Bryan's 23rd career No. 1.
The platinum-selling album contained Bryan's first two No. 1 country hits.
Bryan is the 15th artist to achieve as many as 28 airplay top ten hits, a list headed by George Strait with 61.
Rising Nashville star Jon Langston plays tribute to one of his musical heroes with his cover of Alan Jackson’s 90s hit single ‘Don’t Rock the Jukebox’.