|Florida Georgia Line, The Band Perry Earn Double-Platinum Singles|
Florida Georgia Line and The Band Perry have extended their list of multiplatinum singles, according to figures released Monday (Oct. 20) by the RIAA.
|Party Down South Gets In the Holiday Spirit|
Heat up your turkey fryer and spike the eggnog. CMT is bringing back America's favorite partiers in two all-new, one-hour Party Down South holiday specials.
|Ariana Grande, Meghan Trainor Added to CMA Awards|
Pop star Ariana Grande will sing a duet with Little Big Town on the CMA Awards, while Meghan Trainor will join Miranda Lambert.
|Eric Church Takes New York City on His Own Terms|
Eric Church has made his multiplatinum rep as modern country's enfant terrible, and the title track of his latest album, The Outsiders, depicts Church and those who roll with him as iconoclastic fringe-dwellers.
|I'm Crushing on Little Big Town's "Girl Crush"|
You know how you instantly have one go-to track on a new album? The one you turn up a little louder every time it comes on, over and over again?
|Taylor Swift Credits Nashville With Life Lessons|
There's a new Q&A with Taylor Swift in the November issue of Esquire magazine.
|Kip Moore Brings Swagger to Ryman Auditorium|
Who knew Kip Moore could dance? And I mean actually dance.
|Jason Aldean: "Music Was It"|
Most Jason Aldean fans know he was a big baseball guy before country music came into his life. And if it hadn't been for music, maybe that would've been his career path.
|CMT All-Time Top 40: Johnny Cash|
Johnny Cash comes in at No. 8 on CMT All-Time Top 40: Artists Choice.
|Paul Craft, Master Songwriter, Dies in Nashville|
Paul Craft, a prolific songwriter whose hits include Bobby Bare's "Dropkick Me, Jesus" and Mark Chesnutt's "Brother Jukebox," died Saturday (Oct. 18) at a Nashville hospital following years of ill health. He was 76.