Country music has a history of supporting the red, white and blue, so here’s a list of the genre’s most patriotic songs.
Kane Brown and Lauren Alaina were on fire as they delivered a heated performance of “What Ifs” on the 53rd ACM Awards.
“I was asked by the management here at the Grand Ole Opry to ask you if you would like to be their next member,” Randy Travis said to Underwood.
This week we are taking a moment to remember Joey+Rory’s highest-charting single, “Cheater, Cheater.”
Even at a young age, Timberlake looked like he belonged in the spotlight.
Before she was a household name, Kelsea Ballerini got to hang out with Taylor Swift for a special backstage karaoke jam session.
Fellow acts, including Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill and Waylon Jennings have all brought their talent to the famous street.
The TV spot features Rimes pulling up to a dusty motel in a silver convertible to pick up McEntire for their adventure.
There once was a time where award-winning duo Sugarland was actually a trio. Here’s what happened to the third member of the band.
“Party for Two” was released in 2004 and it’s still just as catchy as ever!
Watch Underwood perform “Do You Hear What I Hear?” at the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree lighting in 2007.
Watch as a young Miranda Lambert performs the song “Greyhound Bound for Nowhere” on an episode of Nashville Star.
Danielle Bradbery has grown up immensely since her last album and seems to have started a new and bright chapter in her career.
Before he was a superstar in his own right, Keith Urban took odd jobs including one where he played guitar in a music video for Alan Jackson.
The vulnerability Rice puts on display all throughout Lambs & Lions is a testament to his growth in the genre and shows promise of all that he has left to do.
“This is definitely the highlight of my senior year,” Swift said while accepting the honor.
Pickler looked flawless taking the stage in a strapless red gown as she sang her auto-biographical song “I Wonder.”
Loretta Lynn is one of only five solo female artists to ever take home the top honor at the CMA Awards.
Carly Pearce’s debut album makes a bold statement for the rising singer on the male-dominated landscape of the country music genre.