2016 has claimed yet another icon in “Doctor” Ralph Stanley.
What would the Dixie Chicks’ first US tour in a decade be without at least a little bit of controversy?
We’re really, really, really tired of having taglines about music legends who have died.
This week is all about that country grammar. And the Grammys.
There are a lot of great songs about parents wishing their kids find happiness and success. Some, like “I Hope You Dance,” have even become standards.
Jana Kramer’s long list of quotations attributed to “no one ever” includes, but is by no means limited to, “Wish you’d talk more about yourself”, “Sucks to be rich”, “I don’t need your love and affection”, “I don’t need to be your one and only,” “Love is always real on reality TV”, “Don’t want love to last forever”, and “My Heisman and my Grammy came so damn easy”.
The 49th Annual Country Music Association Awards will be handed out on Wednesday, November 4. Once again, the ceremony is hosted by Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood.
Here are the personal picks and predictions from the Country Universe staff.
“Damn Country Music” comes damn close to being a damn good song about chasing the country music dream.