Country Music



Jason Aldean is following in Taylor Swift’s footsteps. How so? On Monday Jason Aldean’s New Album “Old Boots, New Dirt” was pulled off from Spotify streaming, a move Taylor Swift did with her new release 1989.  The Associate Press confirmed via a representative from Aldean’s label, Broken Bow Records, that the album had been removed

The new release has sold more than 467,000 copies and hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. Even after three million streams on Spotify, Aldean’s team has pulled the plug. Why are artists starting to remove they’re music from the streaming service?

Have an idea? Leave us a comment!

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Music brings people together, and one of the best moments in anyone’s life is meeting one of your favorite artists. That moment was made possible for Theresa Shaw who has been fighting Stage 3 breast cancer.

USA Today says after treatment she attended one of Garth Brook’s concert with her daughter and made a simple sign reading “Chemo this morning, Garth tonight, Enjoying The Dance.”

When Garth saw the sign, he was overcome with emotion. Watch the video below.

We’re glad you enjoyed “The Dance” Theresa.

YouTube/Brooks Goedderz

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She’s all grown up. Taylor Swift defines “Pop Princess” in her new music video “Black Space,” and it’s not what you’d expect.

The song was Co-written and co-produced by Max Martin, know for his monster hits for Britney Spears, N’SYNC, Backstreet Boys, and Usher.

The unique video was directed by Joseph Kahn known for his work for The Black Eyed Peas, Janet Jackson, Lady Gaga, BoA, Gwen Stefani, and more.

No animals, trees, automobiles or actors were harmed in the making of this video. What do you think about the new video?


Miranda Lambert turns 31 today. It’s amazing to see how far this Texas girl has come since her days on Nashville Star. Let’s take a look back at our favorite Country Girl’s most memorable performances.



5. Greyhound Bound For Nowhere – Nashville Star


4. “Home” with Blake Shelton – Grande Ole Opry

3. “All About That Bass” with Megan Trainor – CMAs 2014

2. “Something Bad” with Carrie Underwood – CMA Festival 2014

1. “House That Build Me” – ACMs 2010


The CMAs had us partying all night long. Here’s our pick for the Top 5 Best Moments.

5. Brett Eldredge winning Best New Artist.

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4. Carrie Underwood singing her new single “Something In The Water.”

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3. “Follow Your Arrow” winning Song of The Year

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2. Miranda Lambert winning Album of The Year for “Platinum”

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1. George Strait making his return to the stage

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What were your favorite moments? Leave us a comment!

Carrie Underwood blew the audience away performing her new single “Something in the Water” on the  48th Annual CMA Awards.

She later used her Twitter account to debut the new music video.

Carrie wrote the song along with Chris DeStefano, and Brett James. This week “Something in the Water” hit #12 on both the Billboard and Country Aircheck charts.

Here is the new music video for “Something In The Water”



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“First of all, I’ve never met Garth before,” said Luke Bryan as he accepted his award for Male Vocalist of The Year at the 2014 CMA Awards.

After a loss for Male Vocalist of The Year, Bryan took the top accolade of the night presented by Country Music Legend Garth Brooks. Congrats Luke!

Are you happy with tonight’s awards show? What were your top highlights? Let us know!