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    7 Things You Likely Didn’t Know About Kenny Rogers

    Kenny Rogers has lived quite a life in his 79 years on this Earth. While he is primarily known as a country star thanks to songs such as “The Gambler” and “Islands in the Stream,” Kenny has made an impact on multiple other genres. Few artists have ever experienced as much success as he has. […] More

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    5 Fast Facts You Likely Never Knew About ‘Last Of A Dyin’ Breed’

    In 2012, Lynyrd Skynyrd debuted their 14th studio album, titled Last of a Dyin’ Breed. The album contained rockin’ songs such as “Something to Live For,” “Mississippi Blood,” and the title track. Last of a Dyin’ Breed capitalized on the success of Skynyrd’s previous album, God & Guns, which was released three years prior. While God & Guns peaked at the […] More

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    Remembering Elvis: How The World Reacted To The Death Of ‘The King’

    August 16, 1977 is a date deeply etched in the minds of people around the world. It was a sad day, a day when we lost not only a great icon, but a “King.” During the course of his 24-year career, Elvis Presley managed to achieve worldwide fame as a musical artist. That fame has remained, as […] More

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    7 Facts You Might Not Have Known About The Kris Kristofferson Film ‘Convoy’

    While he is primarily known as a singer and songwriter, Kris Kristofferson has enjoyed a successful career as an actor as well. He is perhaps most well-known for playing the character John Norman Howard in the 1976 film A Star is Born, which earned him a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture […] More

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    5 Glen Campbell Songs That Forever Changed Country Music

    Glen Campbell‘s impact on country music is something that no one can ignore. Over the course of his career, Campbell managed to place 80 different songs on various Billboard charts. 29 of those songs were Top 10 hits, while nine of them became number one hits. Out of all of Campbell’s many hits, there were […] More

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    7 Things You Likely Never Knew About ‘True Grit’

    Over the course of his 50-year career, John Wayne managed to establish himself as one of the leading actors in the movie industry. He was primarily known for appearing in Westerns, including 1969’s True Grit. Perhaps one of Wayne’s most notable projects, True Grit was adapted from the 1968 novel of the same title. Wayne […] More

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    7 Fascinating Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About Dollywood

    Dolly Parton had a humble beginning in life, as one of 12 children belonging to Avie Lee and Robert Parton. Born into poverty in a tiny cabin in the Tennessee mountains, Parton had big dreams of breaking free and becoming a star. Those dreams came true, and Parton has now established herself as one of […] More

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    7 Things You Might Not Have Known About Martina McBride

    With over 14 million records sold in the U.S., Martina McBride is one of the most successful female country artists of all time. She established herself as one of the leading artists in country music in the 1990s and 2000s thanks to hit songs such as “Independence Day,” “A Broken Wing,” and “Blessed.” Today, McBride […] More

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    Your Favorite Country Stars’ Middle Names Revealed

    It’s easy to forget about our middle names. Since they aren’t referenced that often, two people can go for some time without ever knowing what the other’s middle name is. The same is true when it comes to our favorite celebrities. We can be fans of theirs for years, but spend all of that time […] More

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    7 Things You May Not Have Known About Alison Krauss

    A true star was born on July 23, 1971, which is the day that Fred and Louise Krauss welcomed their daughter, Alison. From childhood, Alison Krauss proved to have talent beyond her years, and became a worldwide star before she ever turned 18. The contributions that Krauss has made to country and bluegrass music are […] More

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