You Have To See The Lineup For Upcoming Randy Travis Tribute Concert

There’s no denying the impact Randy Travis has made on country music. He was an influential figure in the genre for decades, resulting in 25 million albums sold and 22 number one hits. But Travis’ career came to a sudden halt when he suffered a stroke in July 2013. At first he couldn’t walk without a […] More

Randy Travis Surprises Charlie Daniels On Stage During Birthday Concert

Charlie Daniels was in complete shock at his 80th Birthday Volunteer Jam Wednesday (Nov.30) when country music icon Randy Travis took the stage. Following Daniels performance of “The South’s Gonna Do It Again,” Travis crossed the stage of Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena to present “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” singer with the coveted honor of “Rare […] More

Randy Travis Surprises Kane Brown Mid-Song During Radio Appearance

As he walked into the studio unannounced, everyone in the room gasped – looking giddy and shocked as they saw the legendary country star sit down for a chilling performance. It was a beautiful day at the studio for America’s Morning Show when they welcomed not only one country music star, but two – and one […] More

Hear The Cover Of “Forever And Ever Amen” That Left Us All In Tears

Recorded as part of a cover series for Forever Country and the CMA Awards, this enchanting performance will bring any true country fan to tears. This incredible tribute to Randy Travis and his unforgettable reign on country music is the throwback y’all need today. Filled with emotion, dazzling talent, and powerhouse vocals, Jon Pardi doesn’t […] More

Grand Ole Opry Legend Dies After Long Battle With Cancer

After a long battle with cancer, founding member of The Time Jumpers and former fiddler player at the Grand Ole Opry, Hubert “Hoot” Hester, died at age 65. The fiddler player was born in and on a Kentucky farm to the name Hubert Dwayne Hester on August 13, 1951. He acquired his stage name “Hoot” at the […] More