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Year in Review: Country Stars We Lost in 2016

Year in Review: Country Stars We Lost in 2016

It’s never easy to lose someone and it’s especially hard when those people have made an impact on our lives. 2016 saw the passing of 10 country artists who have touched our lives with their music, including legendary artists Merle Haggard and Ralph Stanley and those we lost way too soon like Joey Feek and…MORE

Country Music Hall of Famer Bonnie Brown Dies at 77

Country Music Hall of Famer Bonnie Brown Dies at 77

Bonnie Brown Ring, one-third of the Hall of Fame group The Browns, passed away on Saturday, July 16, following complications from lung cancer. The Arkansas native was 77 years old. Bonnie’s love for music was evident at a young age and she began singing in school and at church functions. Her older siblings, Maxine and…MORE

There’s Nothin’ Sexier Than Manners

There’s Nothin’ Sexier Than Manners

In this episode, Lisa, Jon, Jim, Tammy and Bob sit down to quickly cover 9 topics—including the winner of our Sexiest Man survey—with only 3 minutes of discussion per topic. Show Participants Lisa Konicki, Editor in Chief Jon Freeman, Managing Editor Jim Casey, Deputy Editor Tammy Ragusa, Senior Writer Bob Paxman, Senior Writer Show Notes…MORE

Country Music Hall of Fame Member Jim Ed Brown Dies

Country Music Hall of Fame Member Jim Ed Brown Dies

Just one week after revealing that his cancer had returned, Grand Ole Opry star and newly elected Country Music Hall of Fame member Jim Ed Brown died Thursday, June 11, at Williamson Medical Center in Franklin, Tenn. He was 81. Born April 1, 1934, in Sparkman, Ark., Jim Ed enjoyed success as both a solo…MORE

Daily Dose

Raising Kane

Raising Kane

Kane Brown will make his late-night television debut tonight (Jan. 23) on Late Night With Seth Meyers. Tune in at 12:35 p.m. ET on NBC.

Bach Party

Bach Party

Chris Lane will perform his current single, “For Her,” on The Bachelor tonight (Jan. 23). Tune in to ABC at 8 p.m. ET.