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Florida Georgia Line

Florida Georgia Line Release New Song 'Bumpin' The Night' Ahead of 'Anything Goes' Release [LISTEN]

Sep 2014 15:37PM EDT

Florida Georgia Line's new album Anything Goes won't actually drop for another two weeks, but you wouldn't know it by the amount of pre-released music. Following the release of three album tracks, today (Sept. 30), the country duo released another new song, the mid-tempo celebratory anthem "Bumpin' The Night."READ MORE

Against Me!'s Laura Jane Grace

Kellie Pickler, Courtney Barnett and Jason Isbell Rally to Fight Breast Cancer with 'Ten Bands, One Cause' Pink Vinyl Reissues

Sep 2014 13:51PM EDT

In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which starts Oct. 1, 10 bands and artists are reissuing some of their records on pink vinyl Sept. 30.READ MORE

Kenny Chesney - 2010 BamaJam Music & Arts Festival

WATCH: Kenny Chesney Performs “American Kids” Off ‘The Big Revival’ On ‘CONAN’ [VIDEO]

Sep 2014 10:44AM EDT

Taking the stage with about 150 guitars (okay, only six including the bass), Kenny Chesney performed a spot-on rendition of his single “American Kids” off his latest album The Big Revival.READ MORE

Chris Hemsworth

'Thor' Star Chris Hemsworth To Star In Movie About Hank Williams' Ghost

Sep 2014 21:45PM EDT

Chris Hemsworth ("Thor") will be starring and producing in the film adaptation of a book that singer-songwriter wrote about Hank Williams.READ MORE

George Jones in 2008

George Jones Museum To Open In Nashville

Sep 2014 21:10PM EDT

George Jones, one of country's all-time greatest talents, will be honored in downtown Nashville with the George Jones Museum.READ MORE

'At Fillmore East' by The Allman Brothers

Songs About Tombstones: From Bob Dylan, The Allman Brothers and Childish Gambino

Sep 2014 16:33PM EDT

We're feeling a little dark on this Monday afternoon (early in the week, ya know) so we're going to look back at a number of songs named after the stones that will eventually mark our graves. Maybe get some ideas in the process.READ MORE

Bruce Springsteen - "Greetings from Asbury Park, NJ" (1973)

8 Albums Named after the Artist's Hometown: OutKast, Bruce Springsteen and More

Sep 2014 15:50PM EDT

Whether they would admit it or not, an artist's hometown has an insurmountable influence on their music, and these eight artists flaunted their hometown proudly.READ MORE

The Police

35 Years After 'Message In A Bottle,' Music Times Considers Covers from Big-Name Performers: John Mayer, Thirty Seconds to Mars and More

Sep 2014 14:40PM EDT

The Police finally hit no. 1 on the charts in the UK on this 35 years ago with its classic track "Message In A Bottle." Music Times has rounded up five cover versions recorded over the years and ranked them to see how well they live up/manage to separate themselves from the original version by messrs. Sting, Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland.READ MORE

Bob Dylan - "Nashville Skyline" (1969)

6 Albums Named After The Place Where They Were Recorded

Sep 2014 13:48PM EDT

The location of a recording session can often have just as much influence as the musicians who are performing, which is something that these artists knew very well. Here are six albums named after the place where they were recorded.READ MORE

Carrie Underwood at Global Citizen's Fest 2014

Carrie Underwood Finds Jesus in Inspirational New Song 'Something In The Water' [LISTEN]

Sep 2014 12:18PM EDT

It may be hard to belive, but it's been a decade since Carrie Underwood won season four of American Idol, and the country superstar is celebrating with a new best-of album Carrie Underwood Greatest Hits: Decade #1 and a celebratory new single "Something in the Water," which was officially released today (Sept. 29).READ MORE

Bob Dylan

Swedish Scientists and Undercover Bob Dylan References Competition Equals Awesome

Sep 2014 11:49AM EDT

If you've ever read any legitimate scientific journals, you know that the material held within is over the heads of even the most educated readers (educated in outside topics, of course). If you read any articles from some professors at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, you may understand at least one bit: the Bob Dylan lyrics hidden within. At least five researchers at the school have apparently been competing in an inside-joke competition for years according to a report from Swedish newspaper The Local.READ MORE

Hillary Scott

Lady Antebellum Announce '7FOR7' Project, Will Surprise Seven Lucky Fans

Sep 2014 11:32AM EDT

As part of the promotional grind for their forthcoming album 747 (Sept. 30), Lady Antebellum is taking to the streets to surprise seven lucky fans.READ MORE

Justin Moore

Justin Moore Extends 'Off The Beaten Path' Tour Through November [SCHEDULE]

Sep 2014 16:47PM EDT

Moore just completed a tour leg in support of Miranda Lambert, but he's ready to hit the road again and support his album "Off The Beaten Path."READ MORE

Trisha Yearwood & Garth Brooks

Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood Discuss Marriage And Touring In New Interview [SCHEDULE]

Sep 2014 14:52PM EDT

Garth Brooks is currently in the midst of his comeback world tour, but he still gets to spend time with his wife every day.READ MORE

Charlie Daniels

Charlie Daniels Fall Tour Schedule

Sep 2014 12:49PM EDT

Charlie Daniels may be getting ready to turn 78 on October 28th, but that doesn't mean he's anywhere near ready to slow down. The man known for "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" had a busy summer schedule and if anything, his fall/winter bookings are even more intense. With over 30 shows scheduled between now and mid-December, The Charlie Daniels Band will travel from coast to coast before the year ends.READ MORE

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