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    Boot Boogie Babes Kick The Snow Up To Luke Bryan’s ‘Run Run Rudolph’

    Seattle’s Line Dance Team got into the Christmas spirit with one of the most fun Christmas songs out there – “Run Run Rudolph!” Originally performed by legendary musician Chuck Berry in 1958, “Run Run Rudolph” is an upbeat, bluesy Christmas tune that has since been covered by countless singers, most famously in recent years by […] More

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    Darci Lynne’s Feisty Puppet Serenades Audience Member With Flirty ‘Santa Baby’

    During her time on America’s Got Talent, Darci Lynne Farmer introduced us to several of her puppet friends. One of them was Edna, a feisty, elderly woman who likes to flirt with attractive men. Edna famously made judge Simon Cowell blush when she serenaded him with Aretha Franklin’s “Natural Woman.” She wasn’t the least bit shy […] More

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    Blake Shelton Challenges Miley Cyrus To Duel In Hilarious ‘Voice’ Skit

    Since the inception of The Voice, Blake Shelton has served as the resident country coach, but with the addition of singer Miley Cyrus, who was born and raised in Nashville, some think she is also a good coach for country singers. Cyrus’ father is, of course, country singer Billy Ray Cyrus, and grew up with many country legends coming over to […] More

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    Kid Rock Teams With Ashley Monroe For Steamy ‘Picture’ Duet

    Up until 2002, no one likely dared to label Kid Rock as a country artist. But that all changed when he released a duet with Sheryl Crow called “Picture.”  “Picture” became Rock’s first country hit, and paved the way for him to continue in country music. His 2008 single “All Summer Long” went on to become the biggest country hit of his […] More

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    Ray Stevens Hilariously Tells The Story Of The Town Streaker In Comedy Song ‘The Streak

    Ray Stevens has made a name for himself as an accomplished singer-songwriter and has even won himself a couple Grammy awards! He has been inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, the Georgia Music Hall of Fame and the Christian Music Hall of Fame. While his resumé is full of awards and recognitions, Stevens also enjoys […] More

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    Hear 13-Year-Old Dolly Parton Sweetly Perform The First Song She Ever Recorded

    During the 2016 CMA Awards, Dolly Parton was honored as the recipient of the Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award. Each year since 2012, the award has been given to “honor an iconic artist who has attained the highest degree of recognition in country music.” There’s no arguing that Parton is deserving of the award. After all, she’s one of […] More

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    Alan Jackson Brings Wife And Daughters On Stage For Special Performance Of ‘Let It Be Christmas’

    The holidays are all about spending time with your family and Alan Jackson proves this notion to be true while performing in his CMT holiday special, Alan Jackson: Let It Be Christmas. During the special, Jackson performed well-known Christmas songs including “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas,” “Santa Claus Is Comin’ To Town,” “Silent Night,” “Jingle Bells,” and […] More

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    Country Boys Tear Up The Dance Floor With Epic Bluegrass Dance

    There’s something about a good song that just makes you want to get up and dance. For many, nothing beats the feeling of dancing the night away to some of your favorite tunes. The art of dance is something that has continued to evolve over time. But while new styles of dancing may come and go, […] More

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    Michael Bublé Breaks Hearts With Cover Of Willie Nelson’s ‘Always On My Mind’

    When you think of jazz music today, Michael Bublé is the first name that comes to mind. The 41-year-old Canadian singer-songwriter has received great recognition for his work, with a total of four Grammy Awards to his name. Since the release of his first album in 2001, Bublé has sold over 55 million albums worldwide.  Bublé has covered many jazz and […] More

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    Merle Haggard Sings Signature Christmas Tune ‘If We Make It Through December’

    When Merle Haggard released his Christmas album, Merle Haggard’s Christmas Present in 1973, it wasn’t his covers of “White Christmas” or “Winter Wonderland” that soared to the top of the charts, but his original single “If We Make It Through December.” Written by Haggard himself, “If We Make It Through December” was released as the album’s first single, and […] More

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