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Death Penalty Being Sought in Holly Bobo Case

The three men charged with killing Holly Bobo will face the death penalty if convicted. The 20-year-old nursing student and cousin to country singer Whitney Duncan was reported missing more… MORE

Tomatoes Martina McBride and Sara Evans Still Fired Up About Keith Hill’s Comments

Country music's female voices are not backing down in the wake of the #SaladGate debacle, when a radio consultant suggested stations should remove back-to-back female artists from their playlists to… MORE

ToC Critic’s Pick: Ray Scott, ‘Ain’t Always Thirsty’ [Listen]

Ray Scott follows a simple formula with his new song “Ain’t Always Thirsty”: Take a familiar idea or concept, then make it new again. The result is three beautifully painful… MORE

The Showdown: Kellie Pickler vs. Billy Currington

Steven Tyler's debut country single "Love Is Your Name" scored a fifth straight Showdown win meaning the classic rocker's song gets retired to the Hall of Fame. Two new songs… MORE

Luke Bryan, ‘Kill the Lights’: Everything You Need to Know

2015 is the year for new music from Luke Bryan. The singer announced Kill the Lights will drop on August 7, but hasn’t revealed too much more about which songs… MORE

Canaan Smith Preps for Dierks Bentley Tour, Calls Kip Moore a ‘Sissy’

Canaan Smith is riding high right now on the success of his single "Love You Like That;" an up-and-comer who is about to hit the road with Dierks Bentley and… MORE

Love Tomatoes? What Country Fans Can Learn From #SaladGate

Two quotes from the past week offer a revealing look into the dark corners and recesses of country music and country radio. One, you may have heard — although it’s… MORE

Garth Brooks Says Chances of Canceling Tampa Shows Were ‘A Billion to One’

Garth Brooks says he knew when he booked them that there was a slim chance he’d have to cancel his shows in Tampa, Fla., but it would take a perfect storm… MORE