Last year was a monumental year for Aaron Watson, and country music. It was early 2015, when his independently released album, The Underdog, shocked the country establishment debuting at No. 1.
Doing so, The Honky Tonk Kid became the only solo male country artist to self-release and independently distribute a No...
Eric Church is going to be the next current hit-maker to be featured in the Country Music Hall of Fame. Eric Church: Inside the Outsider will open Sept. 18 and explore the “Like a Wrecking Ball” singer’s path to Nashville and country stardom.
Miranda Lambert is living every country girl's dream. She's a successful artist, is married to superstar Blake Shelton, and now she has an exhibit opening at the Country Music Hall of Fame, which she says is literally a dream come true.
Kenny Rogers was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2013, calling it the high point of his career. Now, the famed museum is brightening up his 2014 by honoring the singer with his own exhibit.
When Country Music Hall of Fame member (and Texas native) Ray Price passed away on December 16, 2013, Country music fans mourned the silencing of one of the greatest voices to ever sing a song. In 2012, he recorded what are reported to be his last sessions. Now, the recordings from those sessions are set for release in just a few weeks.
If you've been awestruck by the gorgeous costumes on ABC's hit show 'Dancing With the Stars,' now is your chance to get up close and personal with recent winner Kellie Pickler's dancing attire. She graciously lent the Country Music Hall of Fame her finale costume and mirror ball trophy just in time for summer tourists.
The legendary Kenny Rogers has had one of the most successful and longest-lived careers of any artist of his generation, but he still hadn't achieved the pinnacle of country success -- induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame -- until this year.
The Country Music Association unveiled the names of this year's Country Music Hall of Fame inductees at a press conference held in the Hall's rotunda. Two legendary artists, and a legendary songwriter/producer will soon have their plaques on the walls of that same rotunda, joining the ranks of Country music royalty. This year's inductees are:
Can't get enough of the television series 'Nashville'? You're not alone. That's why the Country Music Hall of Fame in Music City is going to devote an entire exhibit to highlighting the ABC series that put Nashville in the homes of viewers all over the country.