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    Dad’s Karaoke Cover Of “Tennessee Whiskey” Sends Internet Into A Frenzy

    In a day and age where technology abounds and stars are discovered with the simple click of  a button, it’s not unusual to see people from all walks of life trying to get their fifteen minutes of fame. But, rarely has a voice taken the internet so completely by storm in a way that Kris […] More

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    7 Things You Never Knew About Elvis Presley

    Elvis Presley was, and still is, one of the most highly-admired figures in music history. His influence was so great that he was dubbed as “The King of Rock and Roll,” or just “The King” for short. Years after his death, the man who brought us endless hits such as “Hound Dog” and “Jailhouse Rock” […] More

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    Garth Brooks’ Daughter Steals Hearts With Effortless Cover Of Keith Whitley’s ‘Don’t Close Your Eyes’

    Garth Brooks‘ youngest daughter, Allie Brooks, is quickly making a name for herself in country music. Her charming voice has already captured the attention of thousands, and her fan base is rapidly expanding. Allie often uploads country covers to her Facebook page, with many of them leaning more toward the music of the past. While Allie […] More

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    Watch A Fresh-Faced Waylon Jennings Brilliantly Sing One Of His Earliest Hits

    Today, Waylon Jennings is considered to be one of the greatest country artists of all time. But it wasn’t an easy road to stardom for the “Good Ol’ Boy.” 15 years passed between the release of Jennings’ first single, “Jole Blon,” and his first number one hit, “This Time.” After the release of “This Time,” […] More

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    Ben Haggard Delivers Chills With Riveting Rendition Of His Father’s Song

    When people think of Merle Haggard, they often think of his mega-hits such as “Mama Tried” and “If We Make it Through December.” But after 53 years of performing, Merle built up an impressive catalog that extends far beyond his chart-topping hits. It says a lot about Merle’s talent when even his lesser-known songs still […] More

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    Watch A Teenage Tanya Tucker Gracefully Sing Her First #1 Hit, ‘What’s Your Mama’s Name’

    At the young age of 13, Tanya Tucker captivated country music with her breakout song, “Delta Dawn.” Those who tuned in and heard Tucker’s song playing on the radio were instantly drawn to her powerful, raspy voice. Although “Delta Dawn” is now considered as Tucker’s signature song, it wasn’t a number one hit. Tucker’s first number […] More

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    The Oak Ridge Boys Share Their Thoughts About Trump’s Inauguration

    On January 20, Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States. Plans for his inauguration are well underway, and a handful of country stars are involved in some of the festivities. For the longest time, it was rumored that Garth Brooks was considering performing for Trump’s inauguration. But Brooks […] More

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    Bill Anderson’s Tribute To Merle Haggard Will Fill Your Eyes With Tears

    When Merle Haggard passed away on April 6, 2016, country music artists mourned his death through powerful tribute performances. Due to the impact that Haggard had on the genre, artists both young and old honored him by covering some of his greatest songs. Country’s Family Reunion went above and beyond to honor Haggard and his […] More

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    Willie Nelson Honors Good Friend Kris Kristofferson With Compelling Cover Of ‘Me And Bobby McGee’

    While Kris Kristofferson has experienced a successful career as a country music artist, his accomplishments as a songwriter are even more remarkable. He’s responsible for penning some of the most iconic songs of all time, including one famous tune that Janis Joplin made a number one hit. Called “Me and Bobby McGee,” Kristofferson co-wrote the […] More

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    5 Of Roy Rogers & Dale Evans’ Sweetest Moments Ever Caught On Film

    Roy Rogers and Dale Evans were the king and queen of Westerns, appearing and singing together in countless films and television shows. The couple had incredible chemistry on screen, which should come as no surprise, since the two were husband and wife in real life. Rogers and Evans met on the set of a movie in 1944 […] More

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