|10 Hazy Musical Memories From Bonnaroo|
I experienced my first Bonnaroo over the weekend and, against overwhelming odds, remembered a few things.
|O Music Awards: Striking Matches, Constant Drumming and More|
New duo Striking Matches, pop favorites the Jonas Brothers and an attempt for a 24-hour drumming world record will be part of this year's O Music Awards on Wednesday (June 19).
|American Idol's Kree Harrison Is Moving Forward|
If you think you may have missed Kree Harrison's initial American Idol audition, that's because you did. The show didn't air her Oklahoma City tryout where she performed an original song written to her mother.
|Blake Shelton, Tim McGraw Still Topping Country Charts|
Blake Shelton and Tim McGraw refuse to relinquish the top slots on Billboard's country albums and airplay lists.
|10 Country Classics for Father's Day|
In his 1950 hit, "My Son Calls Another Man Daddy," Hank Williams was able to channel some intense fatherly emotions into the tune.
|Toby Keith's Oklahoma Twister Relief Concert Set for July 6 in Norman, Okla.|
Garth Brooks, Willie Nelson, Trisha Yearwood and Ronnie Dunn will join Toby Keith at his Oklahoma Twister Relief Concert on July 6 at the University of Oklahoma's Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman.
|2013 CMT Music Awards: All Performers Experience Digital Sales Increase|
Live performances during the 2013 CMT Music Awards propelled digital sales for every artist on the show which aired June 5.
|"Music Independence Day" Blowout Coming on July 4|
The Fourth of July is typically about grilling franks and shooting fireworks. But this year, MTV, CMT and VH1 are launching the first-ever "Music Independence Day," with an all-day, on-air showcase for artists across all three networks.
|Hunter Hayes Chooses Striking Matches to Light Up His New York Concert|
Hunter Hayes has chosen Nashville-based duo Striking Matches to open the show during his MTV Artist to Watch Live show on Tuesday (June 18) in New York City.
|The Avett Brothers Salute Their Dad's Hard Work|
You could trace the Avett Brothers' music to a multitude of inspirations, but you shouldn't forget one very important source: Jim Avett, their father.