Blake Shelton appeared on 'The Tonight Show' with Jay Leno on Wednesday (Feb. 5), and as always, the singer showed everyone why he's one of country music's funniest guys. His time with Leno included stories about getting high, his beautiful wife Miranda Lambert and drunk tweeting -- just to name a few.
From the early signs to the diagnosis, to the needed longterm care and all the emotions in between, Brad Paisley’s wife Kimberly Williams-Paisley is sharing her story of learning to love again after her mother Linda was diagnosed with a form of dementia.
Clay Walker is bursting into 2014 with a bang, already crossing some finish lines off his list. On Feb. 1, Walker hosted his second annual Band Against MS Ride in Houston, Texas, joined by over a thousand eager riders.
Randy Travis put his cowboy boots on and moved into the public eye for the first time since a stroke last summer. A photo shared by a fellow country singer is another positive sign for fans of the country legend.
People all over the country tipped their hats off to Jay Leno last night as he had his final episode ever of 'The Tonight Show With Jay Leno'. After 22 years, Leno says that it is time and celebrated with friends and guests that he's had on over the past years.
Taylor Swift is a megastar, which gives her the power to surprise her fans with some of the most exciting guests on tour. While in London at the O2 on Feb. 4, the singer invited the Script onstage with her to perform the band's biggest hit, Breakeven.'
One week after Alan Jackson and Kid Rock kicked off SeaWorld's 2014 Bands, Brews and BBQ concert series, another country act has been announced to headline week No. 2. Gretchen Wilson will perform on Saturday (Feb. 8), while comedian Bill Engvall will take the stage on Sunday.
Shania Twain's fans should 'come on over' to Caesars Palace starting this spring, because the beloved international star has extended her time at the Colosseum, offering even more chances to see her at the iconic Las Vegas venue.
It's been nearly six months since Randy Travissuffered a stroke due to congestive heart failure, which was then followed by a string of complications. Although it's been a long road to recovery -- and it's still not over -- the legendary singer is anxious to get back to work, according to his father.
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