Ronnie Milsap and Little Big Town Take “Lost in the Fifties” Duet To Late Night [Watch]

Ronnie Milsap Little Big Town Lost in the fifties on Jimmy Fallon

After releasing his new album, Ronnie Milsap: The Duets, in January, Ronnie Milsap made the trek to L.A to appear on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The legendary artist was not alone in his appearance. Ronnie brought along one of country’s biggest acts, Little Big Town. The fabulous foursome joined Ronnie on his 1986 No. … Read more

It’s Over! Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Thank Fans as Soul2Soul Tour Comes to an End

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill

Say it isn’t so! The 2017- 2018 Soul2Soul Tour has ended it’s two-year run and Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are thanking the fans and those that made their journey possible. In a video posted to social media, Tim and Faith sat down together to send out a message to their fans. “We just want … Read more

Miranda Lambert and Chris Stapleton Sing “Fire Away” in Concert

On July 16, Chris Stapleton asked Miranda Lambert to join him on stage during the Buffalo, N.Y. stop of his All-American Road Show. Miranda joined Chris and his wife Morgane on stage for “Fire Away.” Watch: View this post on Instagram This is how happy ripping beach balls up makes me feel. Good times last … Read more

Dolly Parton Lends Her Voice to Kesha’s Upcoming Album

Dolly Parton is collaborating with pop singer Kesha for her new album. For Kesha’s third studio album, Rainbow, the pair are collaborating on one of Dolly’s hits. The East Tennessee native took “Old Flames Can’t Hold a Candle to You” to the top of the country charts in 1980. Kesha also has a connection to … Read more

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are Really Into Each Other in Their “Speak to a Girl” Video

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill share an intimate look at their life in their “Speak to a Girl” video The clip, directed by Sophie Muller, is not much more than the couple. See it for yourself: Speak to a Girl (Official Video) by Tim McGraw & Faith Hill on VEVO.

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are Tearing Up This ’80s Hit on Their Soul II Soul Tour

Hear Tim McGraw and Faith Hill pay tribute to this late ’80s icon. The country couple are singing a slew of covers during their tour. One that’s getting a lot of attention is their version of Aretha Franklin and George Michael’s “I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me).” Hear it:

5 Remarkable Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers Duets

In 1983 Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers took “Islands in the Stream” to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 (all genre) chart. The song was the second No. 1 hit on the pop chart for both performers and cemented their crossover status. In 2005 the song was voted the top country music duet of … Read more

6 Legendary Country Music Duets We Watch on Repeat

At times, there’s nothing better than a good, old-fashioned country music duet. At times, we even like to sit around and watch a few favorites on repeat all day. 6 Legendary Country Music Duets We Watch on Repeat: 1. June Carter and Johnny Cash // “Jackson” // 1968 Filmed on the Grand Ole Opry stage, this … Read more

The Greatest Country Music Duets Ever

According to Webster’s, a duet is simply a musical composition for two voices or instruments. And the best thing about a duet is there are no guidelines for those voices. You could have a soulful married couple singing longingly to each other for the world to hear or just two friends singing about the demise … Read more

Justin Moore Covers Motley Crue: Home Sweet Home

If you’re a fan of Justin Moore and Motley Crue today is the day you’ve been waiting for– the release of the single for Moore’s version of “Home Sweet Home.” Moore’s cover is the first single off the upcoming Nashville Outlaws: A Country Tribute to Motley Crue. And of course, Moore’s single features legendary frontman … Read more

Dolly Parton and Richie Sambora?

Yes, you read that correctly! This weekend, Dolly Parton, served as the headliner for the Sunday portion of the Glastonbury Festival and was joined on stage by none other than Richie Sambora. You know, the guitarist for Bon Jovi. The pairing wasn’t as crazy as everyone originally thought, as Parton covered “Lay Your Hands on … Read more