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Latest Miranda Lambert Items
With its iconic cheatin' and breakup songs, country music has earned a well-deserved reputation for chronicling the darker side of romance — a tradition that is surely in good hands today with a parade of brokenhearted young stars offering modern twists on love gone bad. (I'm looking at you, Taylor Swift.)
Want to clean up the Academy of Country Music Awards nominations? This year the best way was to put together a killer guest list and go for the Vocal Event of the Year award.
It's official: Madonna will perform at the Grammy Awards.
Kendrick Lamar vs. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.
For a lot of music fans — country and otherwise — Sunday night's Grammy Awards broadcast (8 p.m. CBS) will be the first look at a young performer who has electrified Nashville over the past year or so: Kacey Musgraves.
A little bored with the "bro-country" thing? Still broke up about The Civil Wars' breakup? Getting restless waiting for this year's new Taylor Swift and Miranda Lambert albums?
NEW YORK (AP) — Jason Aldean is heading to the centerfield.
Upstarts taking on the establishment, new stars pushing out the old guard, grass-roots purists turning up their noses at those with more mainstream instincts — sounds like Washington and the past two years of the Republican Party, right?
The entertainer of the year trophy at the Country Music Association Awards is one of the most coveted honors in the genre, but sometimes it's OK to lose — like, say, when George Strait is a nominee.