Kelsea Ballerini Covers Dierks Bentley’s “Say You Do”

Kelsea Ballerini recently had the opportunity to perform Dierks Bentley’s “Say You Do” in front of Nashville’s best songwriters at the AIMP Awards and she loved singing it so much, she’s taking it on the road with her. Kelsea performed the No. 1 hit acoustically with a little help from her band in an up-close-and-personal … Read more

Kacey Musgraves Joins Charles Kelley on Stage for Moving Performance of “Leaving Nashville”

During one of the final shows for his solo The Driver tour, Charles Kelley played where it all started for Lady Antebellum– 3rd and Lindsley. Kelley’s Nashville tour stops featured a number of special guests, but none more special than labelmate Kacey Musgraves. Musgraves joined Kelley for a downright phenomenal duet of “Leaving Nashville,” a … Read more

There’s a Famous Poet in New Zealand Named Sam Hunt and He Also Wears Tight Pants

If Sam Hunt is America’s best sing-talking country music singer, then Sam Hunt is also New Zealand’s best poet. And these two Sams have a lot in common. Hunt, the poet, looks more like a rock star than a poet. Hunt, the country music singer, looks more like Justin Bieber than a country music singer. … Read more

Reba-Inspired Cocktail Recipe

Around here, we love Reba McEntire and are always looking for ways to honor her. Sometimes, we listen to her music all day, sometimes we watch old episodes of “Reba” or sometimes, we think up cocktails and name them after her.

We know Reba isn’t afraid of a strong drink and she’s a strong lady, so we went with a bourbon base for her cocktail. Reba is also kind and loving, so we wanted to tone it down with some orange juice and triple sec.

Reba Rose Cocktail Recipe:

Ingredients:

1.5 oz Bourbon
1.5 oz Triple sec
4 oz Orange juice
Ice

Directions:

Fill cocktail shaker with ice. Add bourbon, triple sec and orange juice. Shake, shake, shake it! Pour over ice. DRANK.

Brandy Clark Talks Funniest Country Music Songwriters and Best Punch Lines

As Brandy Clark gears up to release her sophomore album, Big Day in a Small Town, she sat down with Billboard to discuss some of her songwriting influences, most notably the funny ones. Clark lists Roger Miller, Tom T. Hall and Dolly Parton as the funniest country music songwriters of all-time. In particular, she loves … Read more

Justin Bieber Got a Cross Tattoo on His Face

Justin Bieber recently shaved off his signature hairstyle in favor of a cooler summer buzz, but he’s also sportin’ some new ink– on hi face. The Biebs took to Instagram to reveal his new face tattoo– a tiny, little cross under his eye. Bieber and a friend actually got matching tattoos. The pop superstar’s tattoo … Read more

CMT Music Awards Nominees Announced

Thomas Rhett took to the “Today Show” to reveal the nominees for the 2016 CMT Music Awards. The awards will be June 8 in Nashville. 2016 CMT Music Awards Nominees:Video of the Year Tim McGraw – “Humble and Kind”Blake Shelton – “Sangria”Cam – “Burning House”Carrie Underwood – “Smoke Break”Chris Stapleton – “Fire Away”Florida Georgia Line … Read more

Mike Fisher’s Game-Winning Goal in Triple Overtime Had Carrie Underwood Celebrating (And His Teammates Falling Over)

After the Nashville Predators triple overtime Stanley Cup Playoff win against the San Jose Sharks, Mike Fisher became more famous than Carrie Underwood for at least an evening. Fisher‘s triple overtime goal found the back of the net and sent two of his teammates straight to the ice– but, they weren’t even on skates. They … Read more

“Saturday Night Live” Confirms All Moms Have ‘The Cut’

We’ve known it’s true for a while, but no one has talked about it as openly and honestly as “Saturday Night Live” did during a recent episode. “The Cut” is real and you aren’t a true mother until you get the haircut. According to the ladies of “SNL,” The Cut looks like: Soft waterfall in … Read more

Pam Tillis and The Property Brothers Danced to “Cleopatra, Queen of Denial” on the Grand Ole Opry Stage

In 1993, Pam Tillis released “Cleopatra, Queen of Denial,” as the third single from her Homeward Looking Angel album. During a recent performance at the Grand Ole Opry, Tillis stopped in the middle of the song to discuss the filming of the video, recalling that during the video she had some slave boys that carried … Read more

Tim McGraw’s Mother’s Day Tribute to Faith Hill Made Everyone Cry

Tim McGraw has this “Humble and Kind” thing down. As of late, the country music superstar seems to only be talking about how wonderful the women in his life are. And McGraw took his words to the next level with his Mother’s Day tribute to Faith Hill this year saying, “I think of how fortunate … Read more