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  • CMT Artist Discovery Grows With Five Rising Acts

    Soul-stirring three-part harmonies, accomplished duos, a rising pop-country singer and hardcore Southern rock are all a part of CMT’s latest list of artists you need to know. Maybe April “Last Time” by Americana trio Maybe April is a seductive bluesy anthem about independence and moving on from a relationship gone wrong. The group’s Kristen Castro,... Read more » […]

  • To Love Miranda Lambert Is to Learn Her

    When InStyle had the chance to talk to Anderson East about his new album Encore — and his love of crime shows and Costco underwear — they also threw in a question about how he and Miranda Lambert keep their love so strong. “There’s a true admiration there and a large level of understanding on... Read more » […]

  • Singer and Actress Lari White Dies of Cancer at 52

    Singer and actress Lari White died of cancer Tuesday (Jan. 23) in hospice in Nashville at the age of 52. White announced in November that she had been diagnosed with the disease. Born May 13, 1965 in Dunedin, Florida, White performed around Florida during her teen years and moved to Nashville when she was 23.... Read more » […]

  • Is Carrie Underwood’s Son Isaiah Gifted?

    Carrie Underwood‘s son Isaiah will be turning three in February. But some of the two-year-old’s current cognitive and language skills make him seem like he’s wise beyond his years. And I suspect he could be gifted. Or a genius. Or maybe even a gifted genius. You’ll see what I mean in a video Underwood recently... Read more » […]

  • Brad Paisley Signs His Name to Street Art

    Next time you’re walking through Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, take a minute to stop and see the mural. Brad Paisley just finished painting it, with Rob Hendon by his side, and he posted a video of the four-hour process on Instagram. “So #bridgestonearena hired me & @robhendonart to graffiti a wall. Just in time for my... Read more » […]

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