“I love my fans and have devoted my life to reaching out to them. I appreciate their support all these years and I hope I haven’t let them down. I am at peace.”
George Strait, Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert, Eric Church, Reba McEntire, and Alabama have been added to the November concert in Nashville honoring country legend George Jones, who passed away in April.
Sheryl Crow sat down with Radio.com to discuss albums by country legends such as Johnny Cash, Tammy Wynette and George Jones, who have all been important to her as an artist.
Hitting stores today, the new book ‘LIFE Unseen: Johnny Cash’ and CD ‘LIFE Unheard: Johnny Cash’ celebrate the life of the Man in Black on the eve of the tenth anniversary of his death.
Lynn will be honored as “one of the first successful female country music vocalists in the early 1960s, courageously breaking barriers in an industry long dominated by men.”
Country legend Travis gets back on solid ground, pairing with the acclaimed Avett Brothers for an episode of CMT Crossroads.
George Jones is considered one of the greatest living country music legends of all time. In 2013, however, he will retire from the road after one last “Grand Tour.”
The Mississippi-born singer and songwriter gave us two of the most iconic songs of the late 1960s. She turns 68 years old today.
In a new Rolling Stone interview, Hank Williams, Jr. thanks ESPN for his career resurgence and says President Obama is “the worst” and “hates America.”
He may have Alzheimer’s, but on stage Glen Campbell can still sing, charm his fans, and play guitar like the dickens. His 18-song set in Chicago was a playful, endearing run through his best-known songs.