In 1992, the country music record books were rewritten by a singer and actor from Flatwoods, Kentucky.
Written by Pam Belford and Dean Dillon, the song was a clever take on the old romantic idea of a pair of lovers who can never quite say goodbye.
Thomas Rhett has been talking to uDiscover about being the “rookie” on this year's C2C Festival bill.
On the eve of the 2016 Country to Country Festival, BBC Radio 2 today marks the occasion with its pop-up digital and online station Radio 2 Country.
Ashley Campbell talks to uDiscover about her visit to Europe for the C2C Festival and how she wrote 'Remembering' for her father Glen.
Country duo Maddie & Tae tell uDiscover Music how much they're looking forward to their first trip to the UK and Ireland for the 2016 C2C Festival.
The 2016 C2C event rolls into London, Glasgow and Dublin next weekend (11-13 Mar), as a stellar bill proves country music is now a international phenomenon.
Don Williams, a country favourite since the 1960s and member of the Country Music Hall of Fame with 17 No. 1s to his name, has announced his retirement.
The Johnny Cash Museum, which has been a feature of downtown Nashville since opening in 2013, is unveiling a number of new exhibits.
Somethin' Else, the band featuring Bobby Cochran, nephew of rock 'n' roll original Eddie Cochran, are embarking on a European tour this month and next.
Chris Stapleton and his wife Morgane have recorded a new version of 'You Are My Sunshine' for an all-star album. Listen here via NPR's premiere.
One of the most familiar landmarks of Nashville's Lower Broadway, the Ernest Tubb Record Shop, has temporarily become the Vince Gill Record Store.
Steven Tyler headlined an exclusive media show last night (8 February) at Nashville's aVenue club. uDiscover was in the audience to witness the occasion.
uDiscover watches Cadillac Three and Whiskey Myers rock the Electric Ballroom in Camden, in a triumphant night on their UK tour.
The new book Nashville: Behind The Curtain, to be published in April, offers a unique photographic insight into the home of country music.
The renowned Nashville live music location the Bluebird Café is bringing its famous name to London for the first time, at the 2016 C2C Festival.