Tyler Mahan Coe sets the record straight on country music history and its greatest singer ever, George Jones, in his show's second season.
His fans are buying his music en masse to make a political statement: White people shouldn't be punished for using racial slurs, and cancel culture shouldn't exist.
The country megastar's latest public controversy should make you question why his industry-wide rise happened.
The historical tensions plaguing the genre are more heightened than ever in the wake of the Trump administration.
With her April donation to the Vanderbilt Medical Center, the country icon continues to be a wholesome and unstoppable force for good.
Though artists like Chase Rice, Chris Janson, and DaBaby are playing shows, an epidemiologist told VICE why that's a bad idea.
Bluegrass' history is strewn with women and Black and queer artists who weren't credited for their contributions to the genre.
With a new series, a biographical podcast, an upcoming NBC special, and more, the country icon is still getting bigger and better in 2019.
Their appearance on Taylor Swift’s “Soon You’ll Get Better” is prompting angry comments and calls from radio listeners still upset about their anti-Iraq-War stance.
Give Fieri a flame-embroidered suit, put them each on the back of a thoroughbred, and send them to Flavortown.
"We ... do not have a business relationship with the developer. They are not authorized to use our name in any way," Rascal Flatts wrote on Instagram.