Country music band leader Charlie Daniels, singer and fiddler player on the Grammy-winning hit "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," died on Monday at age 83 at a hospital in Tennessee, his publicist said.
Country music group Lady Antebellum on Thursday changed its name to Lady A, saying it regretted its blindspot over the name’s association with a time of slavery in the United States.
Country star Jason Aldean, who was performing in Las Vegas when a gunman opened fire on the crowd at his open air concert
September 29 marks the birthday of singer Gene Autry, famous for being “America’s favorite singing cowboy.”
She transitioned from wholesome TV kid to pansexual media sensation -- and now Miley Cyrus is reinventing herself again.
The world lost two country music legends Don Williams and Troy Gentry on September 8.
Celebrating American country musician Kenny Rogers’s birthday on Monday.