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    • Kane Brown announces 2024 US Tour

      Kane took to social media on Wednesday (Sept. 20) to reveal exciting new details about his upcoming 2024 tour schedule, aptly named the "In the Air Tour," set to kick off on March 28 with a debut performance in Charlottesville, Va. The "Bury Me In Georgia" singer has also teased fans of a return to the UK next year.

    • Thomas Rhett scores 21st number one

      A full decade after joining Big Machine Label Group's The Valory Music Co., Thomas Rhett continues his meteoric rise in the country music world with his 21st career No. 1 hit, "Angels (Don’t Always Have Wings)," as recognized on the Country Aircheck/MediaBase chart. This remarkable achievement also marks his 19th No. 1 hit on Billboard's Country Airplay Chart.

    • Tim McGraw wins ACM Honors Icon Award

      The country superstar was present at the ceremony to receive the esteemed ACM Icon Award, a recognition that holds immense significance in the world of country music. The event was conducted live at the legendary Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on August 23 and was broadcast to fans on Monday evening, in the US.

    • Chris Stapleton is Mr Triple Crown

      According to information from the ACM website, the Triple Crown Award is exclusively granted to artists who have achieved the remarkable feat of winning an ACM Award in three distinct categories: a new artist category, a male, female, duo, or group category, and the coveted Entertainer of the Year award.

    • Luke Bryan celebrates 30 #1 singles

      This achievement stands as a testament to his remarkable career, which began with his very first #1 single, "Do I," in December 2009 and culminated with his thirtieth #1 hit, "Country On," in December 2022. Over the years, Luke has accumulated a total of 56 weeks at the #1 spot, showcasing his enduring impact on the genre.

    • Maddie & Jonah Font welcome first child

      Maddie shared the exciting news on her social media platforms, expressing her gratitude for the safe delivery of baby Forrest. She revealed that her labor had been quite strenuous, lasting 37 hours before an emergency C-section was necessary, and she was put under anesthesia for the procedure.

    • Darius Rucker announces 2024 UK Tour

      After a year of electrifying performances throughout the United States as part of his Starting Fires tour, Rucker is bringing his talents to Europe, and fans across the pond couldn't be more thrilled.

    • NFL Sunday's are back...Carrie style!

      Carrie Underwood, the iconic voice behind Sunday Night Football's theme song since 2013, has dropped a new intro video that follows the familiar script... until a surprising twist at the very end.

    • CMA Awards 2023 nominations revealed

      Leading the pack is the remarkable Lainey Wilson, securing an impressive nine nominations, including highly coveted categories like Entertainer of the Year, Single of the Year, and Album of the Year.

    • Luke Combs makes Billboard Country Airplay Chart history

      Luke has earnt his 17th consecutive number one single in the process for "Love You Anyway" and "Fast Car" returns to number two making him the first artist ever in the charts history to simultaneously hold the #1 and #2 spots.

    • Ashley McBryde announces UK tour in 2024

      The "Bonfire At Tina's" singer will be heading to the UK & Ireland in January 2024, to play dates in Southampton, Bristol, London, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Belfast and Dublin.

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