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Russell Dickerson plots trip across the pond

ABC Russell Dickerson is gearing up to bring country music across the pond. The “Every Little Thing” singer will head out on his Good Day To Have A Great Tour in August for shows in the U.K., Northern Ireland and the Netherlands. The trek kicks off August 23 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, before hitting the U.K. and …

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Saddle up for a new Lainey Wilson documentary special

ABC Lainey Wilson and ABC News Studios are teaming up for a new documentary-style special. With production led by Robin Roberts, the project will chronicle Lainey’s rise to stardom and spotlight her versatility and multimedia career as a singer, songwriter and actress. “It’s such an honor to be a part of this project,” says the “Heart Like …

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Forever on the Heart: Conner Smith marries wife Leah Thompson

Brett Carlsen/Getty Images for BMLG Conner Smith is officially a married man. The “Creek Will Rise” singer tied the knot with his wife, Leah Thompson, in Wilmington, North Carolina, on Friday, April 12. “Mr & Mrs Smith // 4/12/24 [ring emoji],” Leah captioned the Instagram carousel, which featured heartwarming photos from their wedding day. Conner and Leah said “I …

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Warren Zeiders was sick + out on tour when “Pretty Little Poison” hit #1

Disney/Randy Holmes If you thought Warren Zeiders was in full party mode the week “Pretty Little Poison” hit #1, you’re wrong.  Unfortunately, as Warren recounts, he was under the weather and was trying to get on the mend while juggling a busy tour schedule. “You know, I’m a firm believer in the fact that God has a sense of humor. …

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Jelly Roll sued by Philadelphia musician Jellyroll for trademark infringement

Scott Kirkland/Disney How many Jelly Rolls is too many? For one Philadelphia musician, there can only be one, and it’s him. Jelly Roll, born Jason DeFord, has been hit with a lawsuit by musician Kurt Titchenell, who performs with his band under the name Jellyroll. According to legal documents obtained by ABC News, Titchenell says …

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Nashville notes: Fresh tracks from Avery Anna, Ryan Hurd + Vincent Mason

Avery Anna has dropped an autobiographical new breakup song, “Two Sides of the Story.” “I felt a lot of closure writing this song. To me it conveys the acceptance after heartbreak when you truly know that no matter what happened, and who is to blame, the outcome is the same. All that’s left to do at …

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Riley Green super serves fans with ‘Way Out Here’ EP

Courtesy of Nashville Harbor Records & Entertainment Riley Green is celebrating the kickoff of his annual Duckman Jam at Flora-Bama with a new EP, Way Out Here. Out now, the seven-song set includes the earlier released “Worst Way” and its title track, as well as a cover of Bruce Springsteen‘s “Atlantic City.” “We’ve been playing these new songs on the …

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Cole Swindell drops personal love song, “Forever to Me”

Courtesy of Warner Music Nashville Art imitates life for Cole Swindell in his new song, “Forever to Me.” Co-written by Cole, the romantic ode follows a guy recounting putting a ring on his sweetheart and all it entails. “She gave eighteen summers to Caroline/ Spent a few more wild and free/ Gave a long shot chance to a …

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ERNEST welcomes you to ‘NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE’

Courtesy of Big Loud Records / Image by Delaney Royer ERNEST is paying tribute to his hometown with his sophomore album, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Out now, the Joey Moi-produced project features 26 songs, including collabs with Morgan Wallen, Lainey Wilson, HARDY and Lukas Nelson. “I was born and raised in Nashville,” ERNEST says in a press release. “I love this …

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Chris Stapleton rocks with Slash on early Fleetwood Mac cover, “Oh Well”

Disney/Frank Micelotta Chris Stapleton has teamed up with Slash to release a cover of an early Fleetwood Mac song, “Oh Well.” The track was recorded for the Guns N’ Roses shredder’s upcoming blues album, Orgy of the Damned. “[Chris’] singing cadence and that drawl that he has for this particular song, in my mind’s eye, it sounded perfect,” Slash tells Rolling Stone. “I had to get …

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