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Randy Travis to Release Memoir Entitled “Forever and Ever, Amen”

Randy Travis announces that he will release his new book. It's called "Forever and Ever, Amen: A Memoir of Music, Faith, and Braving the Storms of Life."

Saddle Up for the 2019 Headwaters Country Jam Festival!

Dust off your cowboy boots and let's get ready for the 2019 Headwaters Country Jam Festival! Acts would include Kelsea Ballerini, Big & Rich, and more!

Charlie Rich and His Top-performing Song “The Most Beautiful Girl”

Charlie Rich released his single “The Most Beautiful Girl” in 1973. The song was from his award-winning album Behind Closed Doors.

Home Free Member, Adam Rupp, Stuns in His Vocalized Drum Solo

Tenor and beat-boxer Adam Rupp of Home Free will surely wow you with his spontaneous Drum Solo live from one of their concert tours.

Listen to Jim Reeves’ Recording of the Classic Song “He’ll Have to Go”

“He’ll Have to Go” was first recorded by Billy Brown. However, when Jim Reeves recorded the song in 1959, it reached the top of the chart.

Lady Antebellum’s “Own the Night” was a Top Album 7 Years Ago

Lady Antebellum’s third studio album “Own the Night” was a chart-topper, award-winning, and a best-selling record. It earned the group their second No. 1.

George Strait Finally Performs A Duet With Willie Nelson

George Strait finally gets to perform with Willie Nelson at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee on Saturday night, Jan. 12th.

“Joshua” Gave Dolly Parton Her First No. 1 Single on the Country Chart

Dolly Parton began releasing her singles in 1959, but it was only in 1971 when she first scored her number one song on the chart with “Joshua.”

Willie Nelson’s Version of Faron Young’s “Hello Walls”

Willie Nelson's career as a country songwriter was established in 1961 when Faron Young took his single "Hello Walls" on top of the chart.

WATCH: The London Contemporary Voices Cover Dolly Parton’s 9 to 5

The London Contemporary Voices give us a rejuvenated version of a classic Dolly Parton song,"9 to 5" which embodies class, sass, and so much more.

Trace Adkins’ Passionate Performance of “The Wayfaring Stranger”

Trace Adkins was among the country artists who performed the classic tune “The Wayfaring Stranger.” He sang it in honor of Johnny Cash.

WATCH: The Judd’s Exquisite Rendition of “Coat of Many Colors”

This undated footage features The Judds when they were still at the start of their career. They exquisitely performed Dolly Parton's "Coat of Many Colors."

Trio: A No. 1 Collaborative Album of Parton, Ronstadt, Harris

Trio is a collaborative studio album by Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt, and Emmylou Harris. In1988, it clinched the no. 1 spot on the Billboard charts.

“Summertime Blues:” The Original Recording By Eddie Cochran

Alan Jackson’s No. 1 song on the country chart, “Summertime Blues,” was only a covered song. It was first recorded by Rockabilly singer Eddie Cochran.

Willie Nelson Celebrated in a Star-Studded Tribute Show

With performances from George Strait, Willie Nelson himself, Willie: Life & Songs of an American Outlaw proved to be an amazing affair.

Country Stars Set to Perform on “Elvis All-Star Tribute”

Stars across the spectrum gather together for NBC's Elvis All-Star Tribute for the King of Rock and Roll Elvis Presley. Blake Shelton will host the event.

Charley Pride Receives Lifetime Achievement Award from MAC

On January 10, 2008, exactly eleven years ago today, Charley Pride was awarded the Lifetime Achievement award by Mississippi Arts Commission (MAC).

Meet the Funniest Horse on Earth: Archy, The Farting Horse

One horse at the Rocking Horse Ranch in California named Archy might probably be the funniest horse on earth now after his video of him farting.

A Heart Melting Hit from Martina McBride: “God’s Will”

“God’s Will” by Martina McBride teaches us about patience and trust which we need to have. I hope that this song will inspire you more to trust in God.

Johnny Cash’s “Forty Shades of Green” Captures Ireland’s Beauty

Johnny Cash wrote the song “Forty Shades of Green” in 1959 following a trip to Ireland. The song was inspired by the country’s beautiful scenery.

It’s a Big Night for Music Films in the Golden Globes

Music has dominated the 2019 Golden Globes. With huge nods to Bohemian Rhapsody and a Star Is Born, this is a special testament to art genres colliding.

“Forever and Ever, Amen:” Randy Travis’ Grammy-winning Hit

Released in 1987, "Forever and Ever, Amen" became a number one hit for Randy Travis. In addition, it took home a Grammy for Best Country & Western Song.

Ronnie Milsap Tells Us How “A Woman In Love” Behaves

Ronnie Milsap scored his very last number one single on the Billboard Country chart with his song “A Woman In Love” in 1989.

Are All in Agreement to Don Williams’ Prayer for a “Stronger Back?”

A great singer and an interpreter, “Stronger Back” can be best equated as one of the simplest but most essential life lessons from our Gentle Giant.

Happy Birthday, Jack Green, The Man Behind “There Goes My Everything”

This would be one of the most painful experiences that a human can feel. Sang by Jack Green, here's “There Goes My Everything.”

“Captain” of Iconic ‘70s Duo Captain & Tennille Dies at 76

On January 2, Daryl Dragon, popularly known as “Captain” of Captain & Tennille, died at the age of 76. Toni Tennille was by his side when he passed.

Whitney Houston Gathers Inspiration with “I Look to You”

Whitney Houston comes to us with a powerful and a moving song entitled "I Look to You." The song sings of hopelessness and the chance to find the light.

Listen to Barbara Mandrell and Waylon Jennings’ Heartbreaking Song

Barbara Mandrell collaborated with the outlaw country musician Waylon Jennings to record the heartbreaking song “Angels Love Bad Men.”

Let’s Sing “The Lily of the Valley” with Willie Nelson

Each of us has this one and only special friend who we trust so much. They know our darkest secrets and they are the people who we can count on.

Lynn Anderson Delights Crowd With “Rose Garden” Performance

In 1985, Lynn Anderson performed her biggest hit, "Rose Garden" on Play It Again Nashville. It was 15 years since she first recorded and released the song.