From Stevie Nicks to Bob Seger to Gordon Lightfoot, legendary musicians gathered on Thursday night at the Marriott Marquis for a very special event.
Throughout their 90-minute set Lady Antebellum segued effortlessly from emotional ballads to livelier tunes. All the while, the band showcased exactly why they’re one of music’s most talked about groups.
CBS Local caught up with Rascal Flatts at their film premiere Thursday night in New York. The band discussed their latest album Changed, which was released Tuesday, their film and future endeavors.
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Swift earned more than $35 million in 2011, according to the Billboard list released Friday. U2 was second with $32 million. Kenny Chesney, Lady Gaga and Lil Wayne rounded out the top 5.
A blend of country roots and city influences, the Vanity Belles define their music as Cosmo-Country.
(CBS Music Staff) – All-American Toby Keith has landed a nomination at the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards for Best Male Country Vocal Performance. Could this be the first time in his eighteen-year career for a […]
(CBS Music Staff) – The year 2011 sees former winner Gretchen Wilson continuing her Grammy history with a nomination for the album track “I’d Love To Be Your Last” in the category of Best Female […]
(CBS Music Staff) – She may only have six years in the spotlight behind her, but Carrie Underwood is an old hand at the Grammys. Her latest nomination is for “Temporary Home” in the Best […]
By CBS Music Staff Country icon Willie Nelson could get his 10th Grammy win this year, with a Best Americana Album nomination for latest album Country Music. With over eighty studio albums since 1962, Nelson’s […]
He’s been nominated for “‘Til Summer Comes Around,” released on Defying Gravity alongside “Sweet Thing”, his 2009 winning song. Grammy glory looks good for Keith Urban this year.