The master of the country fiddle played with Bob Wills' Texas Playboys and many others.
On 30 November 1985, the Statler Brothers climbed to the top of the country countdown for the fourth and last time, with 'Too Much On My Heart.'
Opry City Stage, a new satellite venue of the famous Nashville-based Grand Ole Opry is opening in Times Square, New York City
The Eagles have announced a series of 2018 US Tour dates spanning the summer with guests James Taylor and Chris Stapleton
Vince Gill is set to host the fund-raising All For The Hall event at the Times Square Play Station Theatre in New York City in February 2018
Country music has a long and revered history of dynamic pairings, and uDiscover reveals the 50 greatest country duets in history.
After the success of their recent Classic East and West shows, The Eagles have announced a series of four North American shows for October 2017
20 October 2017 will be Heal The Music Day in Nashville, to recognise the health insurance issues that face the city's music community.
Glen Campbell will release his final studio album Adiós on 9 June. It was recorded after the 2012 Goodbye Tour, following his diagnosis with Alzheimer’s.
Born In Bristol, the film marking the 90th anniversary of “the birth of country music,” receives its UK premiere on 11/12 March at the London C2C Festival.
RCA Studio A, the Nashville location that hosted sessions by Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Chris Stapleton and countless others, is to undergo a facelift
One the one year anniversary of Glenn Frey’s passing, Bob Seger has shared ‘Glenn Song’ on his website, Seger’s first new song in two years.
Songs Our Dads Wrote by Wilson Fairchild is released 7 February, 2016. The group are cousins Wil and Langdon Reid, sons of the Statlers' Don & Harold Reid.
Two great originals of American music, Vince Gill and Lyle Lovett, have announced that they will reunite for a nine-date tour in March 2017.
Concord Music Group has a weighty haul of 18 nominations for the 2017 Grammy Awards, including three for Sarah Jarosz and two for William Bell.