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

Ronnie Milsap Announces 76 for 76 Tour And Duets Album For 76th Birthday

Ronnie Milsap new album duets 76 for 76 tour

In honor of his 76th Birthday, Ronnie Milsap is going on the road. The “Smokey Mountain Rain” singer has announced his 76 for 76 Tour in 2019. The 27-date trek will kick off on Ronnie’s birthday on January 16 in Nashville, making stops in Florida, Texas, Kentucky, Ohio and Oklahoma. [MORE: Alabama Announces 50th Anniversary Tour … Read more

#TeamBlake Battles it Out to Ronnie Milsap Classic, “Stranger in My House” on “The Voice”

You know, there’s not enough Ronnie Milsap on primetime network TV these days. Thankfully, Blake Shelton and “The Voice” recognized that and did their best to rectify the situation. During the battle rounds on “The Voice,” #TeamBlake members Blaine Long and Josh Gallagher battled it out to Milsap’s classic, “Stranger In My House.” Blake and … Read more

Take a Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Making of “Forever Country” (the Song Featuring 30 Country Music Superstars)

In honor of the 50th annual CMA Awards, 30 country music superstars have joined together to create a music video called “Forever Country” — and now we’ve been given a little behind-the-scenes look! “The artists who stepped up to participate in this one-of-a-kind project span all five decades of the CMA Awards,” Sarah Trahern, CMA … Read more

10 Country Songs for a Rainy Day

Rainy days are controversial things. Some people love them, some people hate them. And, of course, too many of them in a row can cause problems. While any farmer will tell you that too few of them can starve a man. Rain has long been a topic in country music. Many songs have tackled the … Read more