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Songwriter and recording artist Mark Gray died Friday (Dec. 2) in Lebanon, Tennessee. He was 64. Among the No. 1 songs he co-wrote were Alabamaâs âTake Me Downâ and âThe Closer You Getâ and Janie Frickeâs âIt Ainât Easy Being Easy,â as well as his own Top 10 hits, âLeft Side of the Bedâ and... Read more »
Granger Smith has been admitted to a trauma center in Brunswick, New Jersey, after crashing off the stage mid-show at Sayrevilleâs Starland Ballroom on Friday night (Dec. 2). Video footage online shows that Smith was standing on a monitor when it gave way, causing him to crash off the stage and into a metal barricade.... Read more »
Donât worry. Dustin Lynch isnât mad. His new single âSeeinâ Redâ is not about getting angry. Itâs about getting frisky! Heâs seeing red, all right, but on the high heels, party dress and lips of a beautiful woman. Pretty clever, really. And it’s so catchy, youâll be singing it for the rest of the day.... Read more »
The premiere of the new season of Nashville is right around the corner, and we can barely contain our excitement. Earlier this week (Nov 30) we revealed a brand new poster featuring our leading ladies Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere in all of their glittery glory. The first official #NashvilleCMT poster is finally here! pic.twitter.com/h3LHUXmV98... Read more »
When Cole Swindell was 11, and his parents were going through a divorce, he fell in love with country music. More specifically, a country song about a divorce. âLooking back, I remember the moment I knew I loved country music. It was when I heard Clay Walkerâs âThis Woman and This Man,ââ Swindell told me... Read more »