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How does Luke continuously have hit after hit songs? We know his secret... it's his kids! "When my boys want to hear one song over and over, and they're singing 'Let's tear it up, up,' I know it's right," he told Rolling Stone magazine. Looks like he has another hit! He debuted...
When Chris Young performed at our Monumental Music Jam, we knew he was in it for the love of music. We saw his passion come to life on stage and his smile still beamed backstage, which is why we're not surprised he would do something so generous for the musical arts. People...
...at least they try to. What do you think? Should Luke Bryan, Carrie Underwood, Hunter Hayes and the rest of them stick to country? Spoiler alert! Who knew Hunter Hayes had a hidden talent of beatboxing?! WATCH the Mashable video below:
Another year full of awesome music videos and a fresh start for more! Here's a complete list (including the videos) of each winner from the 2015 CMT Awards last night:
The Rolling Stones have announced that the Rascal Flatts will be the special guest artists opening their ZIP CODE show in Indianapolis on Saturday, July 4 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway ! "What an incredible honor for us to share the stage with real life rock and roll icons...
Talk about a touchdown! Luke Bryan recently played a show in Denver, but that's not all he played... Peyton Manning crashed Luke's party when he came out on stage holding a football. You can see in the video that Luke was as excited as a kid at recess! Watch what happened next:
You may not be able to teach an old dog new tricks, but you can put a new twist on an old song... Darius Rucker brought back the song "Hold My Hand" from his ol' Hootie & the Blowfish days. However, it had a different sound—a country one! He's really embracing his Southern...
Rolling Stone takes you on an exclusive trip with Sam Hunt exploring his city of Nashville on his day off. So what does Sam do when he's not on stage making hearts melt? "Days off are rare," Sam explains. "And I love Nashville so much and my buddies here that when we do get back...
Justin Patterson, a former sniper for the military, has barely been able to leave his house for 2 years due to symptoms of PTSD. But he's devoted the time he has to the Wounded Warrior Project where he rides his motorcycle around with other veterans bringing a call to attention...