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    Conway Twitty’s Last Performance Ever Of ‘The Rose’ Will Make You Weep

    When Conway Twitty suddenly passed away in 1993 at the age of 59, the country music world was reeling. He became ill while performing in Missouri and was in a lot of pain while on his tour bus. Twitty then collapsed and was rushed to the hospital for surgery that he wold ultimately not wake up from. Little […] More

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    Plane Stranded On Tarmac For 6 Hours: Passenger Breaks Out Guitar And Silences Everyone

    On Sunday (Dec. 17), there was a massive power outage at the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia. According to CNN, around 30,000 people were affected by the outages. While some travelers were able to board their departing flights, others were told they would have to wait hours, or even days to get a flight […] More

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    You Will ‘Fall To Pieces’ Watching Patsy Cline’s Last Ever Televised Performance

    Just ten days before her untimely passing, Patsy Cline performed her hit song “I Fall To Pieces” on the Glenn Reeves Show. No one would know it would be her final televised performance of the song until the fateful night of March 5, 1963. On March 3, 1963, Cline performed a benefit concert at the Soldiers and […] More

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    Dolly Parton, Brad Paisley, & More Open Up About Glen Campbell’s Legacy

    Good Morning America! anchor Robin Roberts and late night talk show comedian Jimmy Kimmel teamed up to host one of the most emotional TV specials of the year. Titled The Year: In Memoriam, they helped us learn a little bit more about some of the legendary entertainers we lost in the year 2017 including Don Rickles, Chuck […] More

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    Dolly Parton Sneaks Up On Randy Travis, And His Reaction Is Priceless

    In 1988, Randy Travis was one of the new artists on the country music scene. On the other hand, Dolly Parton was already a seasoned vet, especially when it came to attending awards shows such as the CMAs. During the 1988 CMAs, Parton couldn’t keep herself from teasing Travis. Sitting on his lap, she told him that if she were […] More

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    Jamey Johnson Breaks Hearts With Tear-Jerking Tribute Of ‘He Stopped Loving Her Today’

    During his many decades in music, George Jones was able to enjoy one prolific career. His songs have been deemed as some of the greatest in country music history, especially “He Stopped Loving Her Today.”  In fact, “He Stopped Loving Her Today” is often declared to be the greatest country song of all time. No one has ever […] More

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    Kenny Chesney & Alabama’s Randy Owen Spread Cheer With ‘Christmas In Dixie’ Duet

    Arguably one of the most enjoyable songs at Christmas time, Alabama‘s hit “Christmas In Dixie” has been a staple in every country fan’s house during the holiday season. The song was originally released in 1982 and included on the legendary band’s 1985 Christmas album, Alabama Christmas. Many other artists of all genres have covered the tune for […] More

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    Alabama’s Chilling Video For ‘Angels Among Us’ Will Touch Your Soul

    Country music group Alabama’s gospel-like “Angels Among Us” was released in December 1993 and has been touching the souls of millions ever since. The video for the song radiates the same purity and spirituality embodied in the melody. The video features Alabama vocalist Randy Owen singing the powerful lyrics while stills pass across the screen telling different stories of people demonstrating […] More

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    Girl Walks Up To Karaoke Machine & Surprises Shoppers With Jaw-Dropping Dolly Parton Hit

    A young woman named Zendee Rose Tenerefe gained significant fame by becoming known as the random girl who graced a packed mall in southeast Asia with her insane vocal gift. Perfectly belting out Dolly Parton’s iconic song “I Will Always Love You,” Zendee took the Whitney Houston approach to this timeless ballad. Equipped with nothing more than a microphone and a karaoke machine, the talented […] More

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    Kenny Rogers Talks Love In Sensual Performance Of No. 1 Hit ‘Lady’

    Country Music Hall Of Famer Kenny Rogers, perhaps most commonly known for his iconic classic “The Gambler,” took to an open stage in a past performance that has gone viral since its upload back in 2009. With sixteen million views and counting, this ballad titled “Lady,” written by the one-and-only Lionel Richie continues to make women swoon with […] More

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