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Blake Shelton Remembered Before He Was an Institution

The tall, affable Oklahoman first entered the Billboard charts in April 2001 with “Austin,” a heart-melting song about two lovers playing phone tag. His light operatic delivery of the lyrics helped propel the single to the top of the charts in August of that year and keep it there for five consecutive weeks, a remarkable achievement for a new artist.

Five at Five: Dolly Parton Digs Post Malone’s Bonnaroo Look + Shania Twain’s Las Vegas Return

Shania Twain Returns to Vegas; Post Malone Rocks Dolly Parton at Bonnaroo; Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit Books Seven Nights at the Ryman; Get Married the Bonnaroo Way

Women of Country and Americana Rule Bonnaroo 2019

The thing about seeing live country and Americana music at an all-genre festival like the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, Tenn. is that the artists need no fancy production. Their words, musicianship and overall artistry are the main event. And they draw loyal fans by the thousands willing to camp out in, as... Read more »

Recalling Waylon Jennings’ Musical Idols

Jennings was looming as a major presence in country music even before the release of the album Wanted: The Outlaws in 1976 boosted him to legendary status. By that time, he had already scored four No. 1 singles, beginning with “This Time” in 1974. But it had taken him nine years to reach that milestone.

WATCH: Luke Combs and Lee Brice Play a Drinking Game

A look at the not-so-glamorous scene -- just killing time and drinking beers -- behind the scenes before a country concert with Luke Combs and Lee Brice.

Last Weekend’s Greatest Hits

Monday morning round-up of all the social media posts from the country artists we love to love.