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Lorrie Glory

Lorrie Glory

Happy 58th birthday to Lorrie Morgan. The “Five Minutes” singer was born in Nashville on June 27, 1959.MORE

Ty Herndon Announces Lineup for Love and Acceptance Concert on June 8

Ty Herndon Announces Lineup for Love and Acceptance Concert on June 8

Ty Herndon is making a statement about inclusiveness with his second Concert for Love and Acceptance taking place at the Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville on June 8, during CMA Music Festival. The event, hosted by CMT’s Cody Alan, supports the LGBTQ community and at-risk youth, a cause close to Ty’s heart. The singer revealed he…MORE

Behind The Ink: Lorrie Morgan Gets Brand New Tattoo

Behind The Ink: Lorrie Morgan Gets Brand New Tattoo

Lorrie Morgan’s latest solo album, Letting Go…Slow, isn’t the only new project near and dear to her heart. The “Watch Me” singer recently got inked with her fourth and biggest tattoo yet. The new addition runs down the inside of her forearm and is a rendering of “a treble clef with a bunch of music notes.” “I want to have…MORE

Lorrie Morgan Talks New Album and Hot Chicken

Lorrie Morgan Talks New Album and Hot Chicken

Lorrie Morgan is an icon in country music and was an aficionado of hot chicken long before KFC thought it was cool! She talks about her new music—including a cover of a Bob Dylan classic—on her new album, Letting Go . . . Slow, her Country Music Hall of Fame induction and some of her favorite country…MORE

Country Weekly 1996-01-23 Keith Whitley Sings Again

Country Weekly 1996-01-23 Keith Whitley Sings Again

Originally published in the Jan. 23, 1996 issue of Country Weekly featuring Tracy on the cover. This story is presented here in its entirety.   Keith Whitley died more than six years ago, but the legendary singer is still releasing critically acclaimed albums, thanks to modern technology. The latest Wherever You Are Tonight, features 10…MORE

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The Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame will induct its Class of 2019 on Oct. 14 at the Music City Center: Dwight Yoakam, Larry Gatlin, Marcus Hummon, Kostas, Rivers Rutherford and Sharon Vaughn.