A second wave of country music superstars have been added to upcoming CBS TV special, ‘ACM Presents: Superstar Duets.’
Keith Urban and Eric Church have a ball in their new black-and-white music video “Raise ‘Em Up.”
“Never have I heard the song written from the point of view of a guy who’s in the back of a cop car with handcuffs on, watching a girl go completely redneck crazy at the cops,” Keith Urban said.
The Academy of Country Music Awards are a month away and the first performers have just been announced.
Between artist interviews, label showcases and secret events, we covered a lot of ground during CRS 2015. See 10 of our favorite musical moments.
Yeah, it’s really called “John Cougar, John Deere and John 3:16.”
If you want to be serenaded by Keith Urban, all you have to do is ask.
The 62nd annual award ceremony included not only emotional speeches but also one-of-a-kind performances by Keith Urban, Ashley Monroe and Michael McDonald.
Country music fans can get their camping gear ready for the 2015 Country Jam Festival.
The broadcast will honor country’s biggest acts, including Miranda Lambert, Keith Urban, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line.
The charges against Sean Murphy have now been dropped after he was accused of rape at a Keith Urban concert while onlookers took a cellphone video.
Keith Urban turns up the heat in the new video for his single ‘Somewhere in My Car.’ In the video models Jehane Paris and Rodrigo Calazans bring the song to life as they flashback to some steamy love scenes in the back of a car with rain pouring down.
Watch: Keith Urban, Jerrod Niemann & Brett Eldredge Lip Sync Journey’s ‘Faithfully’ in Tour-Ending Video
Urban, crew and tourmates have come together to say thank you to the fans in a memorable video.
Country songwriter Rivers Rutherford provides voice-over for the music-driven spot.
Eddie Vedder, Iggy Azalea, Selena Gomez and Wiz Khalifa are just some of the music superstars who took the plunge to raise awareness about ALS.
In an editorial posted today (Aug. 1) in The Tennessean, Keith Urban talks of the importance to keep Music Row alive despite ongoing developers encroaching on the city.