Kenny Chesney has a new title. The country singer is now a doctor after receiving an honorary doctorate from East Tennessee State University. Kenny Chesney attended ETSU where he studied advertising and participated in the college’s bluegrass program until graduating in 1990. Upon graduating from college, the singer moved to Nashville to pursue his music […] More
Brad gave himself and his neighbors a band name, dubbing them “The Lonesome Distancers…”
The Opry family is growing once again! Friday night (February 28), legendary bluegrass artist Rhonda Vincent was invited to join the Grand Ole Opry. Longtime Opry member Jeannie Seely surprised Vincent with the news following her performance of her 2019 bluegrass chart-topper “Like I Could,” a tune co-written by Seely. A visibly surprised Vincent asked […] More
We can confirm two things for sure – Americans have great taste in both liquor and music so what happens when you put them both together? That’s right folks! The world’s largest Bourbon festival is going down right here on our home turf with a stunning venue, insane headling performances, and of course, the world’s best […] More
A student performed at his high school’s talent show wearing nothing but overalls and a straw cowboy hat while carrying a banjo by his side. His peers began laughing because everyone thought it was a joke. That is, until he began playing.
No holiday season is complete without Salvation Army bell ringers. The volunteers assume their posts each November through Christmas Eve, faithfully ringing the iconic bell as they raise funds for the centuries-old organization. Since its inception in 1865, the Salvation Army has grown to become one of the world’s largest volunteer organizations. Its founders sought […] More
Miley Cyrus was asked to tribute George Clooney during an American Film Institute gala by singing a song from his movie ‘Oh, Brother Where Art Thou?’
Home Free released their a cappella version of “Man of Constant Sorrow” in 2018.
Two art forms that were thought to have lost their spark just got reignited by one performer – at the same time.
On Tuesday morning (March 27), the Country Music Association made a huge announcement – they revealed the newest inductees into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Every year, the Hall of Fame inducts three artists from three different categories: Recording and/or Touring Musician active prior to 1980, Veterans Era, who is eligible for induction 40 […] More
Many instruments are difficult to learn, but the fiddle is one that always seems to pose the greatest challenge. Despite its difficulty, one musician demonstrated she had mastered the instrument…and she was only seven years old! Years ago, a seven-year-old girl from Nova Scotia named Laura Watson found instant fame when a pair of her […] More
During their appearance at Houston Fest, the soldiers treated the audience to a performance of the duet…