#1 Song This Day

  • 1975 - John Denver - Thank God I'm A Country Boy
  • 1986 - Reba McEntire - Whoever's In New England

Born This Day

  • 1930 - Clint Eastwood
  • 1938 - Donald Lytle a/k/a Johnny Paycheck

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  • Keith Urban Gets Creative and Shirtless for Ripcord World Tour April 13, 2016
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  • Kenny Rogers Goes All In, Revealing Final World Tour Dates April 13, 2016
    Country legend Kenny Rogers has revealed the initial dates and locations of his final world tour, set to kick off May 13 in Mahnomen, Minn. Calling the trek The Gambler’s Last Deal, the tour will visit cities across the U.S. from Rochester, N.Y., to Santa Rosa, Calif., before heading to Southeast Asia in August and […]
  • Drake White Makes New Video a Family Affair April 12, 2016
    You know that old saying, living the dream? Well singer/songwriter Drake White is doing just that.The avid outdoorsman has just released the new video for his latest single, “Livin’ the Dream,” from his EP It Feels Good, that co-stars his two favorite personalities, his wife, Alex, and his dog, Writer. “I loved being able to spend […]
  • Country Nominees for the 2016 Billboard Music Awards Revealed April 12, 2016
    The nominees for the 2016 Billboard Music Awards were announced on Good Morning America yesterday (April 11), with Sam Hunt leading the field of country music finalists.Sam has snagged four nominations in three categories—including two for Top Country Song. Chris Stapleton, Carrie Underwood and Zac Brown Band have secured nods in two categories each, while Joey+Rory are […]


  • Dierks Bentley: “I Feel So Lucky to Have Had a Dad Like Him” May 31, 2016
    Dierks Bentley lost his father Leon four years ago on June 1, 2012. It was a huge loss for Bentley, and when he was in Chicago a week ago, we had the chance to talk about how the years have helped heal his pain. “I feel so lucky to have had a dad like him,... […]
  • Drew Baldridge Has a Funky Good Time in “Train” May 31, 2016
    Drew Baldridge browses the soul and country sections at Grimey’s New and Preloved Music in Nashville when his eyes stop. “Earth, Wind & Fire is one of my favorites,” he says picking up their Greatest Hits. “‘Serpentine Fire’ has one of the greatest grooves ever. You look back at music in this time and you’re... […]
  • Avett Brothers Take Flight in “Ain’t No Man” May 31, 2016
    Prepare for liftoff with the Avett Brothers’ video for “Ain’t No Man.” The song will have you jumping out of your seat, clapping your hands and singing along. The guys actually do take flight in the video, directed by Scott Avett, as they board a plane to head to their next destination. It’s all part... […]
  • Carrie Underwood: “My Body Can Do Anything” May 31, 2016
    It’s hard to imagine a world where Carrie Underwood packed on the Freshman Fifteen. And maybe she didn’t. But in the latest issue of Us Weekly, she makes it sound like she enjoyed all the freedoms — and junk food — that came with her years at Oklahoma’s Northeastern State University. “I mean, every college... […]
  • A Little Bit of Home With Craig Morgan May 30, 2016
    There are few road signs on the last stretch of country road to Craig Morgan’s house outside Dickson, Tennessee. But there are at least four houses of God with some enlightening roadside wisdom. A Presbyterian church sign reads, “When we focus on the rain, we never see the rainbow.” A springtime rain had just doused... […]