|Dierks Bentley Tops Country Albums Chart for Fifth Time With Riser|
With the rollout of Riser, Dierks Bentley tops Billboard's country albums chart for the fifth time.
|Eli Young Band Stepping Up for 10,000 Towns|
The Eli Young Band's just-released 10,000 Towns is their first project since Life at Best arrived in 2011, and the guys admit they took extra time to make this their best piece of work yet.
|Excitement Surrounds Doobie Brothers Tribute Album|
You know we can't wait to "listen to the music," especially when Brad Paisley, Toby Keith, the Zac Brown Band, Sara Evans, Chris Young, Jerrod Niemann and Love and Theft are singing their favorite Doobie Brothers tunes.
|Rock Fever: Keith Urban's First One-Man Band|
Some people have imaginary friends growing up. But Keith Urban? He had a whole imaginary band.
|Kacey Musgraves' Secrets of Life on the Bus|
There's an ugly side to life on the road that no one really talks about. It's called the bus.
|Lady Antebellum Fans Inspiring Next Album|
"Straight-up fun." That's how Charles Kelley described the music Lady Antebellum will be making next.
|CMT's Next Women of Country Adds Five Artists|
Lindsay Ell, Lucy Hale, Nikki Lane, Angaleena Presley and Natalie Stovall & the Drive are the latest artists to join to join CMT's Next Women of Country, an initiative recognizing women who are making a major impact on country music.
|ACM Awards Reveal Eight Performers|
Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, George Strait, The Band Perry and Keith Urban are the first artists confirmed to perform at this year's ACM Awards in Las Vegas.
|Keith Urban Is Ready for the Road|
Exciting news, Keith Urban fans. He's showing no signs of slowing down this year.
|The Then and Now of Nashville Turned Upside Down|
Just when you think you've got the Nashville TV series figured out -- Rayna loves her sister but hates Juliette -- the tables turn.