Here are some of our favorite times we had on camera this year, from Kenny Chesney speaking candidly about women in country, to RiFF RAFF’s invention of the Versace Libra Scale.
Aldean tells Radio.com that he seriously considered titling his new album after the song “Just Gettin’ Started.”
While songs like “Shake It Off,” “All About That Bass” and more rose to the top of the charts, these are the stories we were reading to accompany them.
This summer, music fans are getting a new country festival in Delaware.
What’s the best way to get in the Super Bowl spirit right before this year’s big game? With a concert featuring some of the biggest stars in country music, of course.
Luke Bryan has proved once again that 2014 is his year.
For country music superstar Jason Aldean, it all comes down to the strategy of baseball and the pageantry of college football.
The nominations are in for the 26th Annual Pollstar Awards. The awards, which recognize the best in the concert industry, will be held at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on Feb. 21.
Bryan leads the pack with seven nominations, while Florida Georgia Line earned six.
Was Willie Nelson right when he sang that “Sad Songs and Waltzes Aren’t Selling This Year”? Is country music now all happy and upbeat?
Chesney’s Big Revival Tour and Aldean’s Burn It Down Tour will collide during 10 stadium shows in the summer of 2015.
Have you checked your Wikipedia page lately? In the video series “Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction,” Jason Aldean checks the details of his own page. Any guesses on the results?
Jason Aldean will join forces with Bob Seger for the next edition of ‘CMT Crossroads.’ The country singer and rock icon will partner for an evening of duets of both artist’s hits.
The broadcast will honor country’s biggest acts, including Miranda Lambert, Keith Urban, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line.
The shows will kick off Feb. 12 in Greenville, S.C.
Aldean’s as passionate about his new album as he is about his home state of Georgia. It’s been 16 years since he packed up and left for Nashville, but those roots are anything but forgotten.