“Country Weekly” Changes Name to “Nash Country Weekly”

“Country Weekly” Changes Name to “Nash Country Weekly”

As you may have already noticed, we’ve made some changes in Country Weekly. Your eyes are not deceiving you. We have completed a bit of a renovation to the magazine. First of all, we started with the name. Country Weekly will now be known as Nash Country Weekly, a small and subtle change. We’ve also changed our look, revamped popular sections and introduced new ones. While it’s fun to create and design new pages, it is a lot of hard work and we hope you like it as much as we do.

And while those changes are evident in this new issue of Nash Country Weekly, one thing that hasn’t changed is our unending commitment to bringing you the inside stories on all your favorite stars. We will continue to take you on the road, backstage and into the homes of your favorite stars as well as continue with our coverage of the legends, today’s stars and the stars of tomorrow.

So check out this new issue of Nash Country Weekly, on stands now, which features the red-hot Sam Hunt among many other fun items, and let us know what you think! We love hearing from you.

Happy reading!
Lisa Konicki

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Rose Colored

Rose Colored

Maggie Rose will drop her new album, Change the Whole Thing, on Sept. 21, with upcoming tour stops in Nashville (Sept. 26) and Atlanta (Sept. 27).