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Free Dominion

Free Dominion

Old Dominion just announced a free show at Nashville’s Basement East on Thursday, Jan. 12, at 7 p.m.MORE

Houston Rodeo Announces Star-Studded 2017 Lineup, Including Willie Nelson, Alan Jackson, Luke Bryan, Thomas Rhett, Sam Hunt, FGL, ZBB, Dierks Bentley, Chris Stapleton & More

Houston Rodeo Announces Star-Studded 2017 Lineup, Including Willie Nelson, Alan Jackson, Luke Bryan, Thomas Rhett, Sam Hunt, FGL, ZBB, Dierks Bentley, Chris Stapleton & More

Running from March 7–26—yes, 20 days—Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is one of the largest rodeo and livestock exhibitions in the world. Rodeo Houston features a carnival, a bar-b-que contest, 10K race and some of the best live entertainment in the country. The event pulled in almost 2.5 million attendees during last year’s festivities and…MORE

Thanks to Some Sage Advice From Kenny Chesney, Old Dominion Scores Second No. 1 Single, “Song for Another Time”

Thanks to Some Sage Advice From Kenny Chesney, Old Dominion Scores Second No. 1 Single, “Song for Another Time”

Kenny Chesney knows best. At least that’s Old Dominion’s story regarding their new No. 1 single, “Song for Another Time,” and they are sticking to it. “Song for Another Time,” which is No. 1 on both this week’s Billboard Country Airplay chart and Mediabase chart, was penned by Old Dominion’s Matthew Ramsey, Trevor Rosen and Brad…MORE

Vote Now: Who Should Win the CMA New Artist of the Year Award

Vote Now: Who Should Win the CMA New Artist of the Year Award

In the lead-up to the CMA Awards on Nov. 2, Nash Country Daily will be conducting its own election to let you—the readers—decide who should win each of the 12 categories at this year’s show. We’re taking politics out of the equation and letting the popular vote speak for itself. The good news is there…MORE

Vote Now: Who Should Win the CMA Vocal Group of the Year Award

Vote Now: Who Should Win the CMA Vocal Group of the Year Award

In the lead-up to the CMA Awards on Nov. 2, Nash Country Daily will be conducting its own election to let you—the readers—decide who should win each of the 12 categories at this year’s show. We’re taking politics out of the equation and letting the popular vote speak for itself. The good news is there…MORE

Old Dominion: Meat And Candy Tour

Old Dominion: Meat And Candy Tour

Meat And Candy Tour with Steve Moakler Sept. 22 / Cleveland / House of Blues   ~ Sept. 24 /  Jordan, N.Y. / Kegs Canalside   ~ Oct. 1 /  St. Louis / Ballpark Village   ~ Oct. 14 /  Louisville, Ken. / Fourth Street Live   ~ Oct. 20 /  Raleigh, N.C./ The Ritz   ~ Oct. 21 / …MORE

Old Dominion Announces New Tour; Performs on GMA

Old Dominion Announces New Tour; Performs on GMA

Old Dominion kicked off the week right by performing their latest single, “Song For Another Time”—from their debut album Meat and Candy— on Good Morning America’s Country Playlist Monday morning (Aug. 22). But the performance was not all they had planned. The guys took the opportunity to announce 30+ new dates on their fall Meat and…MORE

DVR Overload

DVR Overload

Be sure to set your DVRs next week as a bevy of country stars will take their talents to Good Morning America, including Old Dominion (Aug. 22), Drake White (Aug. 23), Florida Georgia Line (Aug. 24), Kenny Chesney (Aug. 25) and Jason Aldean (Aug. 27).MORE

Old Dominion Premieres “Song for Another Time” Video

Old Dominion Premieres “Song for Another Time” Video

Remember the days of phonographs, jukeboxes, record players, eight-track tapes, boom boxes or Ipods? Whichever musical outlet you grew up with, Old Dominion is taking you back through those memories with their latest video for “Song for Another Time,” from their latest album, Meat & Candy. The five-member band consisting of Matthew Ramsey, Trevor Rosen,…MORE

Daily Dose

More Maren

More Maren

Maren Morris will take her talents to Jimmy Kimmel Live tonight at 10:35 p.m. CT on NBC.

Dolly Day

Dolly Day

Happy birthday to country music’s reigning queen, Dolly Parton, who was born in Sevier Counry, Tenn., on Jan. 19, 1946.