Joe Diffie Dies From Complications Of Coronavirus

Joe Diffie died yesterday (Sunday, March 29th), just two days after revealing he had tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19). On Friday (March 27th), Diffie's publicist issued a statement on the singer's behalf saying, "I am under the care of medical professionals and currently receiving treatment. My family and I... Read More.

Country Stars React To Death Of Joe Diffie

Jason Aldean: :Man what a week Kenny Rogers and now @officialjoediffie. This guy was an amazing singer and an even greater person. Such a sad week for the country music world. Joe was always so much fun to be around and I will never forget our Panama City show... Read More.
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Ingrid Andress’ Fans Are Connecting With Her ‘Stories’

Ingrid Andress' debut album, Lady Like, is at retailers everywhere. It features her current Top 10 hit, "More Hearts Than Mine." Ingrid co-wrote all eight songs on Lady Like, and as a songwriter, she takes pride in the fact that fans are connecting with her stories. Ingrid tells us EXCLUSIVELY:... Read More.
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Kane Brown, John Legend Release Collaboration

After teasing it on social media for the last few weeks, Kane Brown and John Legend have released their first collaboration called “Last Time I Say Sorry.” They were among the co-writers on the song and decided to record it together. Kane tells us: ["Yeah, it was amazing me and... Read More.
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Kip Moore To Release ‘Wild World’ Album In May

Kip Moore will release his fourth studio album, called Wild World, on May 29th. He co-wrote all but one of the songs on the 13-track project, which includes his latest single, "She's Mine." Kip said, “I know it’s an unsettling time for a lot of people right now, and so... Read More.

Bits And Pieces: Jan Howard, Matt Stell & More!

Jan Howard, a member of the Grand Ole Opry for nearly 50 years, died on Saturday (March 28th) at the age of 91 in Gallatin, Tennessee.Howard officially joined the Opry in 1971, and was the oldest living member of the country music institution. Amid current COVID-19 concerns and in a... Read More.