After a critically acclaimed dive into bluegrass, Dierks Bentley — with a new No. 1 country hit — is on the second leg of his successful tour and ready for what’s next.
The Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton film’s soundtrack should make a run at the charts.
The UK vocal group lands in the Social 50′s top 10.
The pastel-shaded video from the frantic rapper also includes a leopard.
Riley had spent the past two and a half months comatose in a Kingston hospital after a gun shot wound.
Celebrities mourn Etta James’ death on Twitter, from Mariah Carey to P!nk.
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony are going to let cameras capture their candid conversations about their marriage falling apart during the first episode of their new show, “¡Q’Viva The Chosen!” airing on Jan. 28 on Univision and later on an English-language version of the program on Fox.
Thanks to rocker Butch Walker, Matthew McConaughey is reprising his breakout role of Wooderson, the iconic stoner from Richard Linklater’s 1993 film Dazed and Confused, who famously demured, “That’s what I love about them high school girls, man. I get older, they stay the same age…”
One of the biggest acts in country musics gives retail outlets a day to circle on the calendar with the announcement that Rascal Flatts will release “Changed,” their highly-anticipated seventh studio album, on April 3. Award-winning musician Dann Huff co-produced the new project with the Grand Ole Opry members. The album is led by the trio’s new single “Banjo,” which was released to radio this week.
The Avett Brothers swung by “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” last night (Jan. 19), performing their own folksy cover of Bob Dylan’s “One Too Many Mornings.”