Music News - Country


CarrieUnderwood-061517.jpg Carrie Underwood and husband Mike Fisher are not separating, despite some rumors that are floating around. Fisher put those rumors to bed himself. "We've never been better. Thanks," he responded after a fan wrote that she was "praying for you and Carrie." Rumors that Underwood and Fisher's marriage is on the rocks began thanks to an In Touch Weekly story.

LukeBryan-072617.jpg Luke Bryan took a moment of silence and dedicated his beloved track "Drink A Beer" to his recently deceased roadie Marcus Wade, who died suddenly earlier this month. Wade passed away in a motorcycle accident after the Tennessee resident's bike went off the road and collided into an embankment.

chris-young-062016.jpg Chris Young has added a selection of dates to his upcoming U.S. tour. The run kicked off on January 19 in Indianapolis but will now continue through September with a string of dates in the South and Southwest. "It's more buses and more trucks than I've ever had out there," Young shared at the time. "We're doing bigger rooms than I've ever played."

tobykeith-063016.jpg Toby Keith has confirmed plans for a U.S. tour later this year. The run is set to kick off on April 6 in Salt Lake City, Utah at the Vivint Smart Home Arena and will run through September 15 in Puyallup, Washington at the Washington State Fair. The run, dubbed the Shoulda Been A Cowboy XXV Tour, celebrates the 25th anniversary of his classic single of the same name.

nealmccoy-082515.jpg Neal McCoy has revealed that he is mourning the death of his mother this week. The country star shared the news via social media and thanked his fans for their outreaches of support during the tough time for his family.

alanjackson-061616.jpg A group of shelter dogs in Henderson, North Carolina are apparently big fans of Alan Jackson. A new viral video shows the music of the country legend soothing and calming the dogs. The new clip shows Vance County, North Carolina animal control officer and former touring musician Chad Olds performing for a room of adoptable dogs with Jackson's "Like Red on a Rose."

CarrieUnderwood-061517.jpg Carrie Underwood has offered up a $10k donation to a police officer that was recently injured in the state of Oklahoma. The officer, a close childhood friend of Underwood's, was severely injured when he was involved in a roll over car accident earlier this month. Following the accident, friends and family of officer Justin Durret set up a GoFundMe page to help with his recovery.

ladyant-061316.jpg Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley finally got the chance to meet bandmate Hillary Scott's newborn twins. Scott took to Instagram to share a black and white shot of Kelley holding her daughters, Betsy and Emory, on either arm, beaming into the camera.

kacey-070616.jpg Kacey Musgraves called out a fan that got a bit too close for comfort at a recent concert, then had to defend herself for speaking up.

ThomasRhett-091817.jpg As Thomas Rhett was in Nashville to celebrate his No. 1 singles "Craving You" and "Unforgettable," he was surprised with a plaque in honor of his album Life Changes going Gold. The singles mark the eighth and ninth number ones of his career.

imge5-070116.jpg Vince Gill is defending the Grammys amidst criticism that female artists were underrepresented at this year's Grammy Awards.

montgomery-102116.jpg Angie Gentry, the widow of Troy Gentry has filed a wrongful death suit against the manufacturers of the helicopter that was involved in the crash that killed him in September.

AmyGrant-122316.jpg Amy Grant and Vince Gill have announced plans to bring 12 days of Christmas shows to the Ryman in Nashville this year. The couple played ten sold-out shows at the legendary venue a year ago and have upped the ante this year to hit that special number for the holidays.

HunterHayes-0062817.jpg Hunter Hayes debuted his new video/mini-movie titled "Pictures" on Valentine's Day. The film includes the videos for the tracks "You Should Be Loved," "More" and "This Girl." Hayes helped debut the mini movie at a Regal Cinema in Nashville.

Olddomonion-080817.jpg Old Dominion has climbed the No. 1 spot on Billboard's Country Airplay Chart, giving the group its fourth No. 1 hit. The band achieved the feat as "Written in the Sand" ascended two places, after recording an 11 percent increase to 40.9 million impressions, according to Nielsen Music.

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