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Loretta Lynn remembered her late husband, Oliver Lynn Jr. (also known as “Doolittle”), on social media recently, in honor of what would have been the couple’s 73rd anniversary. She also included a video clip of herself performing her song “I Can’t Hear the Music,” which is featured on her 2000 studio album Still Country. “Today would be our
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Luke Combs is speaking publicly about having anxiety and obsessive thoughts in a new installment of The Big Interview With Dan Rather. Before the full episode airs on Wednesday (Jan. 13), fans can check out a clip of Combs detailing his mental health struggle. “It’s something that I always struggled with, and always affected me,” the singer
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Naomi and Wynonna Judd, the mother and daughter that make up the Grammy Award-winning duo the Judds, made country music history throughout their career. Naomi Judd was born Diana Ellen Judd on Jan. 11, 1946, in Ashland, Ky. She got married at the young age of 17 and had a daughter, Christina Ciminella (aka, Wynonna Judd),
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Morgan Wallen‘s duet with Chris Stapleton, “Only Thing That’s Gone,” is one of the more traditionally-inclined tracks on his newly released double album, Dangerous. However, the way the two artists’ collaboration came together couldn’t be more on-brand for the quarantine era. “I got an email,” Stapleton explained during a recent conversation with Taste of Country
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Among the 30 songs on Morgan Wallen‘s new sophomore album, Dangerous, is one featuring a complete 10-digit phone number. Naturally, we called it. In “865,” Wallen is drunk-dialing an ex, emboldened by plenty of Jack Daniel’s. “This bottle tastes like 865-409-1021,” he sings, reciting those digits in the way you do when you memorized them long ago, well before you
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Singer-songwriter Ed Bruce, who wrote “Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys” and more classic country hits, has died. According to a press release from his representative, Bruce died in Clarksville, Tenn., on Friday (Jan. 8) from natural causes at the age of 81. Born on Dec. 29, 1939, in Keiser, Ark.,
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