Tag Archives: Country Weekly 2010

Country Weekly 2010 Issue Archive

2010-01-04_CW01 Keith Urban 2010-01-11_CW02 George Strait Reba and Me 2010-01-18_CW03 Carrie Underwood 2010-01-25_CW04 Kenny Chesney 2010-02-01_CW05 Tempting Fate George Strait Carrie Underwood Alan Jackson 2010-02-08_CW06 Brooks and Dunn Why Were Quitting 2010-02-15_CW07 Josh Turner 2010-02-22_CW08 Toby Keith Trace Adkins Double Trouble 2010-03-01_CW09 Power Couples Tim McGraw and Faith Hill 2010-03-08_CW10 Blake Shelton Breaking Tradition 2010-03-15_CW11…MORE

Joey + Rory: Our Love Story

Joey + Rory: Our Love Story

Originally published in the September 27, 2010 issue of Country Weekly magazine.  Here’s how an overalls-wearing songwriter and an exotic small-town beauty found instant romance and a lasting partnership. Joey Martin Feek is too well-grounded in her religious beliefs to accept any notion of “psychic” powers. But you have to admit that there was some…MORE

Country Weekly 2010-02-01 Tempting Fate: How 14 Stars Changed Their Lives!

Country Weekly 2010-02-01 Tempting Fate: How 14 Stars Changed Their Lives!

Alan Jackson, George Strait, Carrie Underwood and other stars reveal the big breaks that tempted fate and changed their lives forever. For Alan, it was a chance meeting between his wife, Denise, and Glen Campbell, who eventually hired Alan to work at his music publishing company. “It took several years for all of that to…MORE

Country Weekly 2010-01-11 George Strait: Reba & Me

Country Weekly 2010-01-11 George Strait: Reba & Me

One country legend interviews another! In this Country Weekly exclusive, George Strait plays reporter and conducts an interview with fellow superstar Reba McEntire as the two prepare to launch their 19-city tour. Reba talks to George about her favorite songs (including one of George’s), her early days of touring, family, future challenges and much more.…MORE

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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).