Ashley McBryde announced she will hit the road in 2020 for her One Night Standards Tour. The tour will kick off on Jan. 30 in Birmingham, Ala., making additional stops in Georgia, Texas, Nebraska, Wisconsin and more.
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Nominations for the 2020 Grammy Awards were announced on Wednesday, and on the country music front, Ashley McBryde, Miranda Lambert, Dolly Parton, Eric Church, Tanya Tucker, Dan + Shay, Brandi Carlile, Lil Nas X, Billy Ray Cyrus
Brantley Gilbert is following up his recent No. 1 single, “What Happen in a Small Town,” with the release of “Fire’t Up.” The new single is featured on Brantley’s 2019 No. 1 album, Fire & Brimstone. “Fire’t
Luke Combs’ sophomore album, What You See Is What You Get, debuted at No. 1 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart this week. The new album, which dropped on Nov. 8, moved 172,000 equivalent units, according to
Alabama is planning to announce rescheduled shows for 2020 in the coming weeks — this after postponing more than 25 shows on their 50th Anniversary Tour in 2019 due to frontman Randy Owen medical issues which included
Chris Young is teaming up with Gavin DeGraw for a new episode of CMT Crossroads. The episode will be taped at The Factory in Franklin, Tenn., on Nov. 26 and is open to the public on a
Keith Urban has unveiled his first ever original Christmas song just in time for the start of the holiday season! Urban’s new song, “I’ll Be Your Santa,” follows his recent single, ‘We Were’, which was co-written by
Zac Brown Band has extended its The Owl Tour with 20 dates in 2020. The tour takes its name from ZBB’s 2019 album, The Owl. Zac Brown Band’s 2020 trek will kick off on Feb. 28 in Moline,
Trace Adkins is back to headline Gaylord Opryland’s Christmas concert series for the second year in a row. “The Gift of Christmas with Trace Adkins and Friends” will begin with a run at the Wildhorse Saloon Nov.
Reba McEntire has announced some headlining tour dates for spring 2020, kicking off March 20th in Evansville, Indiana The trek will visit arenas, making stops in Biloxi, Mississippi, and St. Paul, Minnesota, among others. The 12-date tour