Joey Fatone and Lance Bass Karaoke’d to Backstreet Boys’ “I Want It That Way”

My boy band fandom fizzled out about the time New Kids on the Block left the block. By the time the Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC took over the radio and MTV, I had moved on to more sophisticated tunes like “Tub Thumping” by Chumbawamba and “No Scrubs” by TLC. However, if I had to choose … Read more

Dan + Shay Announce New Album, ‘Obsessed’

Dan + Shay have new music. The duo, which consists of Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney, will release Obsessed on June 3. “The idea for the album title, Obsessed, came directly from our fans,” Smyers said in a statement. “Our fans know we live on social media both when we’re in and out of the … Read more

Loretta Lynn Thought She Was “Gon’ Be on TV,” But She Got an Opry Invitation Instead

Since early in her career, Loretta Lynn has been a part of the Grand Ole Opry. The singer-songwriter, who grew up listening to the longest running radio show in U.S. history, gravitated to the institution as a fan. She recently recalled what it was like — after years of listening on the radio — to … Read more

Emmylou Harris, Vince Gill and the Grand Ole Opry to be Honored at Annual American Eagle Awards

At the upcoming American Eagle Awards presentation in Nashville, Tennessee, music legends Emmylou Harris and Vince Gill, along with the iconic Grand Ole Opry will be honored by the National Music Council. The highly prestigious Eagle Awards are presented each year by the council in celebration of an individual’s or organization’s long term contribution to … Read more

Little Big Town Remember Their Foggy First CMA Performance

Who could forget their first CMA Awards performance? Little Big Town look back at their 2006 performance of “Bones” with smiles and foggy memories. “Who’s that chick in the band?” Phillip Sweet jokes about himself and his long hair from a decade ago. Karen Fairchild admits there was only one thought going through her head … Read more

Jennifer Nettles Discusses Sexism in Country Music and Her Passion For Working With Kids

Country music icon Jennifer Nettles visited with AOL Entertainment recently to talk about her passion for kids, sexism in music and her new her new partnership with an organization called 4-H, the country’s largest positive youth development and mentoring organization, an organization Jennifer has been involved with since she was in fifth grade. “When I … Read more

5 Country Music Songs About Pot

Weed has long been a topic in country music. Whether the main topic of the tune or just a side note, country singers are no strangers to pot. Here are five songs that are about the illegal substance. 1. “Boys from Oklahoma” Cross Canadian Ragweed let it all hang out with their fan favorite, “Boys … Read more

Meghan Trainor Gives Super Sassy “No” Performance on “Ellen”

GRAMMY-winning pop superstar Meghan Trainor visited the set of “The Ellen Show” recently to perform her newest smash hit “No” — and it was just as sassy, brilliant and fiery as you’d expect. Letting her crisp, effortless vocals shine throughout the entire performance, Meghan blew us away with her vocal control and undeniable confidence on … Read more

Keith Urban Previews New Album, ‘Ripcord’

Keith Urban previewed his new album, Ripcord, for an audience of 50 fans or so at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The entire album (track list below) was played for attendees before Keith took the stage to talk more in depth about a few tunes. In the video below, you can see … Read more

8 Songs You Didn’t Know Were Written By Katy Perry

Pop goddess Katy Perry is best known for her over-the-top costumes, outrageous hairstyles and catchy songs like “Firework,” “California Girls” and “I Kissed A Girl,” but I bet you didn’t know that she’s also had a hand in writing a number of hit songs for other recording artists. Working with infamous talents such as Kelly … Read more

John Stamos Finally Explained Where That “Have Mercy” Catchphrase Came From

Even if you weren’t a fan of “Full House” during its original seven-season run, you likely knew these phrases: “How rude!” and “You got it, dude!” and of course, “Have mercy!” The final being John Stamos‘ catchphrase for rockin’ uncle and resident cool guy– Uncle Jesse Katsopolis. While being at the TV Land Icon Awards, … Read more

Gwen Stefani Performed Latest Single on “The Voice” and Blake Shelton Loved It

Gwen Stefani took her latest single, “Misery” back to the place it all started for her, the set of the “The Voice.” Well, not really– it started for her somewhere else a long time ago, but much of her new album, This Is What The Truth Feels Like, was conceived during her time on the … Read more