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    Carrie Underwood Joins Elvis For A Heart-Stopping ‘I’ll Be Home For Christmas’ Duet

    Country music sweetheart Carrie Underwood has had no shortage of iconic duets and encounters, being blessed with the opportunity to collaborate with country legend Vince Gill and the one-and-only Randy Travis early on in her career. While those names stand out on her vocal resumé, one virtually unrealistic opportunity was made possible by a fan who spliced […] 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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    Jase And Missy Robertson Sing Flirty Version Of ‘Baby, It’s Cold Outside’

    Fans may or may not know that Missy Robertson from Duck Dynasty has an incredible singing voice, but something nobody knew is that her husband, Jase, can carry a tune, as well! For the Robertson family’s 2013 Christmas album, Jase and Missy sang a flirty duet together, which showed off both of their singing talents. Singing “Baby, It’s Cold Outside”, Jase decided to […] More

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    Reba McEntire And Sister Give Angelic Performance Of Beautiful Gospel Hit

    Reba McEntire, the country music legend who rose to incredible fame back in the late 70s, continues to influence fans worldwide with her empowering songs and infectious personality! Born and raised in Oklahoma, Reba’s mother was formerly an aspiring country music artist and often taught Reba and her siblings of the different components to music. Seeing various other siblings […] More

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    The Haunting Last Recording Of Merle Haggard Will Leave You In Tears

    Stricken with pneumonia for months prior to his untimely passing, country legend Merle Haggard had one goal: write and record as much music as he could. And that’s exactly what he did. Beyond the seemingly endless collection of recorded works that span the entire length of his career, he was working on completing as many songs […] More

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    Waylon Jennings Captures Spirit Of The ‘Good Ol’ Boys’ In ‘The Dukes Of Hazzard’ Theme

    On January 26, 1979, The Dukes of Hazzard aired for the first time on CBS. The show, featuring cousins Bo, Luke, and Daisy Duke, ran until February 8, 1985, and was one of the most popular shows of its time. In the show, Bo and Luke race around Hazzard County in their Dodge Charger, named The General Lee. […] More

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    Johnny Cash Shows Patriotism & Respect For Old Glory In ‘Ragged Old Flag’

    Johnny Cash was proud to be an American, and he was certainly proud of our nation’s flag and all it represents. Cash reveals his admiration for the American flag in his single “Ragged Old Flag,” which he composed himself for his 1974 album of the same title. The song is in spoken-word style, so Cash actually speaks the lyrics more […] More

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    Listen To The Kenny Rogers Song Secretly Written By Prince

    Many artists in the country community were shaken when they learned Prince had passed away at the age of 57 on April 21, 2016. In addition to his work as singer, performer, and musician, Prince was also a talented songwriter with a surprising connection to country music. As it turns out, Prince actually wrote a country song for […] More

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    Tanya Tucker & Terri Clark Revisit The Good Old Days With ‘Delta Dawn’ Duet

    Tanya Tucker was only 13 years old when her song, “Delta Dawn,” was one of the biggest hits in country music. The song helped establish her as a leading star in country music at the time, catapulting her into what would turn out to be an iconic career. Contrary to popular thought, Tucker was not […] More

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    New Song ‘Hang’ Paints A Perfect Portrait Of Every Country Boy’s Dream

    When Trace Adkins released his new album Something’s Going On, fans knew they could expect a fine collection of songs. Adkins certainly met expectations when it came to the 12 tracks on the album, which closes with a picturesque song titled “Hang.” Written by Lynn Hutton and Phil O’Donnell, “Hang” paints a picture of every country […] More

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