Riley Green is an avid hunter, and when a fan reached out to ask if he could go hunting with him, Green said sure. A fan from Wisconsin contacted him on Instagram, and Green had a great time.

He told Taste of Country Nights, “I went to Wisconsin this past year and hunted with a guy who just reached out and messaged me on Instagram. We went deer hunting up in Buffalo County, which is one of the best counties in the country. I always wanted to go up there and he just kind of stayed on me."

Personally, I would have been worried about going hunting in the woods with a stranger, and so was Green: "I carried a bow and arrow with me, so as long as they gave me some warning they were coming, I would be alright."

Trisha Yearwood told People that she’s now anti-bodysuit after a wardrobe malfunction during a concert with her husband Garth Brooks. She was wearing a three-snap bodysuit, when the snaps started popping as she walked onstage, “I took another step or two, second one snaps. And by the time I get on stage, the third one has snapped.”

Not knowing what to do, she just hoped it would stay in place. Yearwood said, “I just did my show and when I left stage I was like, ‘Oh my God, my bodysuit — I’m never wearing another one of these in my life!'”

Cole Swindell, Old Dominion, Lindsay Ell, Midland, Locash, Deana Carter, Tenille Townes, and Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum will all be playing at this year's ACM Party for a Cause on the weekend of April 5th. Proceeds from the show go to the ACM Lifting Lives charity.

Brooks & Dunn’s new album “Reboot” is out April 5th, and they’ve been teasing out songs. Here’s Brett Young joining them on a remake of “Ain’t Nothing ‘Bout You.”

And on this day in 1963, Johnny Cash recorded “Ring of Fire.” The song was first released by June Carter’s sister Anita as “(Love’s) Ring of Fire.” Johnny Cash claimed he dreamt the song with “Mexican trumpets,” and went on to be the biggest hit of his career, staying #1 on the charts for seven weeks.