Country star Luke Bryan took a swipe at Green Back Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers' "immunized" status after the sportsman tested positive for COVID-19.
The 55th Country Music Association Awards are set to take place on November 10 with a whole host of stars up for a prize and also set to perform on stage.
While some fans support the musician and his stance, others are disappointed that their tickets have been canceled.
Travis Tritt said Monday, "any venue or promoter mandating masks, requiring vaccinations, or pushing COVID testing protocols on my fans will not be tolerated."
With her new album "Remember Her Name," singer Mickey Guyton is blazing a trail for black performers in country music.
Brooks wants attendees to provide proof of vaccination or a negative test result to gain entry.
The singer said in a tweet announcing the album's release date that she "couldn't be more proud" of the project.
Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton released their famed duet, "Islands in the Stream," in 1983 and performed it together many more times, along with other duets.
Nelly is taking his music in a different direction and has revealed which country music artists feature on his upcoming album 'Heartland.'
David Banda, 15, is seen belting out John Denver's 1971 country classic "Take Me Home, Country Roads" in a new post on Madonna's Instagram account.
The legendary country musician donned the signature "Playboy" ears and leotard to surprise her husband Carl Dean on his birthday.
The song achieved success for its emotional narrative and catchy chorus. But, some country musics fans said it sounded too much like pop, especially since it featured electropop artist Halsey.
Billboards expressing support for country music star Morgan Wallen were seen around Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday night as the CMT awards show took place in the city without Morgan, who was banned following the release of a video showing him using the N-word earlier this year.
Iconic country singer Dolly Parton released 9 to 5 in 1980, as the theme song for the movie of the same name.
Country singer Morgan Wallen, who was captured on video using the n-word earlier this year, has been banned from competing in solo categories at the 2021 Country Music Association Awards.
The R&B singer and country artist sang "The Star Spangled Banner" as a duet, while H.E.R. performed "America the Beautiful."
Wallen's career has collapsed this week after a recording of the 27-year-old musician saying the n-word emerged.
"The family and I are grieving his loss but we know he is in a better place than we are at this time," Dolly Parton said in a tribute posted to Facebook.
Viewers of the festivities today were reminded of Gaines, Brooks' long-lost alter-ego from the 1990s.
Back in 2020, Brooks wore a Barry Sanders jersey during a concert, which fans mistook as the singer's support of presidential hopeful Senator Bernie Sanders.
A state lawmaker says the country music icon and philanthropist is "a passionate person who loves everyone, and everyone loves her."
The Florida station told a local outlet that Joe Biden's team contacted it about changing the name, and it did so in fear of losing its license.
The two most obvious parallels between "folklore" and "evermore" are new characters from the "betty" saga being introduced in "dorothea" and another song about a grandparent with "marjorie."
The country music world paid tribute to the passing of another great artist, who died recently at the age of 67.
The special, which will stream on Pandora on December 4, will feature Parton, as well as Caroline Pearce, Tasha Cobbs Leonard and Brett Eldredge.
The married duo renounced their membership to the Country Music Association after a few recently-passed icons weren't honored during Wednesday's awards show.
Two have already dropped out, but one has been replaced.
Twitter was flooded with messages about the passing of the outlaw singer, including posts from his many well-known admirers.
Both "Voice" stars have sung on each other's songs where they sang about their relationship, prior to announcing their engagement on Tuesday.