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    Hank Williams Jr. And Kid Rock Pay Tribute To Johnny Cash In Rockin’ Performance

    No one can replace The Man in Black. He is a legend in country music as a singer and a songwriter. At the CMT Memorial Tribute to Johnny Cash, Kid Rock and Hank Williams Jr. did their best to honor him. While introducing their song dedicated to Cash, Kid Rock wanted to be clear that he did not know Johnny […] More

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    Teen Gives Dolly Parton A Run For Her Money With Feisty ‘Jolene’

    Standing in the middle of a scenic forest, a talented young teen gives Dolly Parton a run for her money with fiery rendition of ’70s country hit “Jolene.” Talented young artist by the name of Brieanna James showed off her killer vocals in her pure country rendition of Parton’s classic in her scenic video featuring the brunette beauty singing […] More

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    Watch Chemistry Between Sheryl Crow & Kid Rock During ‘Picture’ Collaboration

    Doesn’t everyone know this song?  “Picture” is one of those duets you can’t help but sing along with. We’re not sure if Sheryl Crow and Kid Rock knew it at the time, but this is one of the best country-rock duets of the 2000’s. The duo originally recorded the song together in 2002. However, Crow’s label never gave Rock permission to release her […] More

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    Carrie Underwood & Jennifer Nettles Get Rebellious In Dolly Parton’s Feisty ‘9 To 5’

    Even Dolly Parton would have been impressed by Carrie Underwood and Jennifer Nettles‘ performance of her powerful workplace anthem, “9 to 5!”  The duo performed Parton’s hit song on the famed stage of the Grand Ole Opry during a show that took place in 2014. With an immense catalog of Parton’s songs to choose from, Underwood and Nettles certainly picked a good […] More

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    Ben Haggard’s Yodeling On This Classic Country Track Will Leave You Mesmerized

    In country music, few songs take deeper roots than “Mule Skinner Blues.” Written by Jimmie Rodgers and first recorded by him in 1930, the song was originally known as “Blue Yodel #8.” Perhaps one of Jimmie’s most famous songs in his “Blue Yodel” series, “Blue Yodel #8” went on to be recorded by dozens upon […] More

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    Less Than 36 Hours Before His Death, Daryle Singletary Delights Fans With Passionate Performance

    When the Cowboys Nightclub posted a video of country singer Daryle Singletary performing on their stage on Saturday night (Feb. 10), they were just thrilled to be promoting “real country” music, as they noted in their caption on the video. Little did they know, it would soon become the last time the traditional country singer […] More

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    Get Ready To Rock Out To Hank Williams Jr.’s Live Performance Of ‘Mind Your Own Business’

    What do you get when you add Reba McEntire, Hank Williams Jr., Willie Nelson, Reverend Ike, and Tom Petty together? A rockin’ country music song that took over the No. 1 spot on the charts for two weeks straight. In 1986, Hank Jr. remade his dad’s 1949 hit “Mind Your Own Business,” which sounds eerily similar […] More

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    Dolly Parton Joins Pentatonix For An A Cappella Twist On ‘Jolene’

    You definitely have heard Dolly Parton’s country classic “Jolene,” but you definitely have never heard it like this before! Dolly teamed up with Texas a cappella group for a modern twist on her classic tune. The two musical teams, one of traditional country origins and the other of modern music origins, joined forces to produce the coming of age remix of […] More

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    Relive The Magic Of Joey Feek With Live Cover Of Merle Haggard’s ‘Fightin’ Side of Me’

    The world was rocked by the news Joey Feek had lost her long battle with cervical cancer in February 2016, and the world of country music hasn’t quite been the same ever since. While Joey may no longer be with us here on Earth, fans have been able to find solace through her music. Joey + Rory paid tribute […] More

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    Jimmy Dickens Bounces Through Side-Splitting Song ‘May The Bird Of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose’

    Little Jimmy Dickens may have been small, but he knew how to get a big laugh out of a crowd. Dickens was well-known for his comical novelty songs, which still crack country fans up today. One of Dickens’ most side-splitting tunes was a little ditty called “May the Bird of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose.” The clever piece was […] More

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