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In fact, The Who will play NYC’s Madison Square Garden on the night of the nominations concert, leading us to believe the TV special will do a live broadcast from the concert.
The veteran songwriter, performer, and actor talks about songs he famously wrote for The Eagles, James Taylor, and others, as well as his role as Waddy White on TV’s “Nashville.”
“There was a guy in a baseball cap and he was just playing guitars. I just thought [he] was a guy who worked there.”
This week, country music shows up on a range of shows including Leno, Fallon, “The Talk,” “The Voice,” and of course “Nashville.”
“I want to be that man!” tweets Chris Young, after hearing Tom T. Hall’s speech at the BMI Awards in Nashville this week.
The group will perform material from their new Christmas album “On This Winter’s Night” in a December concert that will also be recorded for a TV special.
Hayden Panettiere has said her TV character is based, at least in part, on Carrie Underwood. So how does Carrie feel about that?
Set your DVR to watch Taylor Swift premiere her new album “Red,” Darius Rucker get officially inducted into the Opry, Trace Adkins, “Nashville,” and more!
Speculation was that it was based, at least in part, on Taylor Swift. Is that true?
Blake Shelton, Jason Aldean, Taylor Swift, Dwight Yoakam, Jamey Johnson, and Alison Krauss are just some of the country artists making TV appearances this week. Fire up the DVR!
The singer reveals that a new single and a greatest hits album are on the way. But will her country side be represented?
When the “Hard To Love” singer was a struggling songwriter in Nashville, he got a chance to play music, drink whiskey, and talk about the Civil War with Hank Jr. “It was the night of my life,” he says.
The sixth annual ACM Honors took place in Nashville on Monday night and featured such artists as Dierks Bentley, Kellie Pickler, Kenny Chesney, Dwight Yoakam, Emmylou Harris, Rodney Crowell, and Hunter Hayes.
This is the first in a series of pieces shining a light on local musicians in and around New York City.