The names of the lucky service men and women who were able to perform with some of country's biggest stars as part of ACM's Salute to the Troops have been released. They performed on April 7 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas with top country acts, and it was all for a good cause.
Artists hate when they have to be interrupted in the middle of a show, but sometimes it has to happen for everyone's benefit. At a show in Glen Falls, N.Y., Chris Young stopped in his tracks to break up a fight in the crowd.
The trash talk has begun. Tim McGraw is known for his music and the way he makes a basketball hoop sing before shows. Kip Moore had a basketball scholarship at Wallace State College in Alabama. The two men start touring together next Friday in Fresno, Calif. You can see where this is headed.
Country music icon Willie Nelson has been a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame since 1993. And now, he's been honored with another induction -- this time, in the inaugural class of the Austin City Limits Hall of Fame.
Lee Brice started college like many 18 year olds and thought his life would go in one direction. He enrolled at Clemson University to become a civil engineer but a couple of years later, after a trip to Nashville, the singer's life changed forever.
Kenny Rogers was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2013, calling it the high point of his career. Now, the famed museum is brightening up his 2014 by honoring the singer with his own exhibit.
Clint Black has some of the most loyal fans in country music, but one fan has really gone above and beyond. Cee Cee DeHart is set to celebrate her 100th Clint Black concert, and the country legend is excited to help.
Chris Young joined Brad Paisley's Beat This Winter Tour for shows in Norway and Sweden in March. In an exclusive interview with Taste of Country Nights, Young dishes the advice the 'I Can't Change the World' hitmaker gave him before taking the international stage.
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