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How Carrie Underwood Knew She’d Found Mr. Right

A look inside the Carrie Underwood cover story on People, where she talks about

Kelleigh Bannen Pours On Signature Edge in “Deluxe”

Fellow Nashvillian Jaren Johnston, who fronts The Cadillac Three (a band known for its country fuzz), is the producer behind her forthcoming album. Exhibiting an insurmountable amount of attitude, “Deluxe” is their first release and a solid indication that the music they’re sitting on is going to be fire.

Luke Combs Holds the Hilltop with This One’s for You

Luke Combs’ This One’s for You continues to inhabit the peak of the albums list, where it’s resided for most of its 107 weeks of chart presence. And Thomas Rhett’s “Look What God Gave Her” rolls into the No. 1 song spot after a mere 17-week climb.

Clare Dunn’s Dynamic Performance Stuns in “My Love”

Dunn gives fans everything she has every time she performs live, and her Tina Turner performance style is on full display in her latest video for “My Love.”

Hannah Bethel Exudes Dolly Parton Wisdom in “Rhinestone Rodeo”

Hannah Bethel exudes some solid country wisdom made famous by Dolly Parton in her latest release “Rhinestone Rodeo.” Both believe life is sweeter when you have an attitude of gratitude, and each has a knack for turning adversity into works of art.

Cody Alan Leads CMT in Nashville’s Pride Parade

CMT staffers and families were among the 6,000 people who participated in Nashville’s Pride Parade Saturday (June 22).

June Carter Cash Distinguished Herself as a Team Player

June Carter — who was born 90 years ago Sunday (June 23) — seemed destined to live out her artistic life as a team player. Born into the fabled Carter Family triumvirate that included her mother, Maybelle, June gained her highest visibility recording and writing songs with others.

Kris Kristofferson Has Dazzled Us With His Images

In poems and songs, “images” are those clusters of words that appeal so vividly to our senses that we tend to remember them long after we’ve forgotten the rest of the words surrounding them. Think of T.S. Eliot’s “when the evening is spread out against the sky/like a patient etherized upon a table,” from “The... Read more »