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Sep 18

“God ain’t done with me yet”: Blanco Brown shares photo of his life-saving helmet after head-on crash

ABC/Image Group LA“The Git Up” star Blanco Brown is on the mend after a serious head-on motorcycle collision in early September left him hospitalized and fighting for his life. The singer underwent a 12-hour surgery to address the unspecified traumas he sustained. Fortunately, Blanco is expected to make a full recovery. As he continues to …

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Sep 18

‘We Need Christmas’: Maddie & Tae are getting festive with a six-song holiday collection

Mercury NashvilleMaddie & Tae get into the holiday spirit with their new mix of festive classics and seasonal originals, We Need Christmas. The duo say they hope their new batch of tunes will bring some fun and excitement at the end of what has been a challenging year for many. “We are so proud of …

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Sep 18

“When the Party’s Over”: Brett Eldredge’s Billie Eilish cover is unexpected and haunting

Warner Music NashvilleCountry crooner Brett Eldredge knows that a song by Billie Eilish is far from the first thing fans expect him to cover, but he’s a big fan of the pop phenomenon’s catalogue. That’s why he was inspired to deliver his own live take on “When the Party’s Over,” which is out today. Brett …

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Sep 18

Jennifer Nettles reunites with Bon Jovi for “Do What You Can,” a song for the COVID-19 era

BMLG RecordsJennifer Nettles lends her soaring harmonies to “Do What You Can,” a song written and previously released by Bon Jovi in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. “When you can’t do what you do, you do what you can / This ain’t my prayer, it’s just a thought I’m wanting to send,” the two artists …

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Sep 18

Old Dominion makes the case for love and mutual support with Amazon Original “Lean on Me” cover

Courtesy of Amazon MusicOld Dominion puts a fresh spin on a classic today with the release of their “Lean on Me,” an Amazon Original cover of Bill Withers’ timeless friendship anthem from 1972. Though the feel-good message of finding mutual support and understanding in your community never loses relevance, it’s a particularly poignant message in …

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Sep 18

Luke Combs drops the curtain on new track titles, shares “Without You” with featured guest Amanda Shires

River House Artists/Columbia NashvilleHot on the heels of his ACM Album of the Year win for What You See Is What You Get, Luke Combs is readying a deluxe version of that project, and it will include five new songs. On Friday, the singer was ready to shed some light on the new material included …

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Sep 18

Rascal Flatts look back at two decades of musical memories with brand new greatest hits album

Big Machine RecordsRascal Flatts are continuing to celebrate their 20th anniversary as a band with the announcement of a new best-of album: Twenty Years of Rascal Flatts The Greatest Hits. The 20-song collection, which includes 13 of their 17 number-one hits, will take fans on a journey through the superstar trio’s career. Fan-favorite tunes like “Bless …

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Sep 18

Keith Urban’s feeling just like the rest of us: ‘The Speed of Now’ is “sort of in between”

Capitol NashvilleKeith Urban‘s The Speed of Now Part 1 arrives today, shaped — at least partially — by the COVID-19 pandemic.  “I had a record that I could have put out prior to February, March of this year,” the Australian superstar tells ABC Audio. “But I had this feeling that there was just a few songs missing.” “And …

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Sep 17

#MickeyMakesHistory with breathtaking performance of “What Are You Gonna Tell Her?”

Brent Harrington/CBSMickey Guyton made history at the 55th ACM Awards Wednesday night. The 37-year-old performed “What Are You Gonna Tell Her?” with Keith Urban on piano, making her the first Black female country artist to play her own song at a major awards show. Many were taken by the emotional lyrics and the message of the song. “She thinks life …

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Sep 17

Maren Morris sends message to mommy-shamers: “I just feel like we all need to give each other some grace”

Brent Harrington/CBSAfter taking home an ACM trophy for Female Artist of the Year and performing on the award show just months after welcoming her first child, Hayes, Maren Morris is quickly learning how to balance being an artist and being a mom. But she admits that even though she’s got thick skin when it comes …

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