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Taylor Swift Gets Her Punk on at the Met Ball in NYC – Pictures

Taylor Swift took time out of her busy schedule to attend the biggest fashion event of the year on Monday (May 6), the 2013 Met Ball aka the Met Gala…. MORE

Carrie Underwood to Replace Faith Hill as ‘Sunday Night Football’ Opener?

Pieces seem to be falling into place to have Carrie Underwood participate in the opening theme for NBC’s ‘Sunday Night Football.’ The singer has promised to make a big announcement… MORE

‘DWTS’ Judge Len Goodman Loses His Cool After Kellie Pickler’s Paso Doble

Len Goodman erupted like Mt. St. Helens Monday night (May 6) as he and fellow ‘Dancing With the Stars’ judges Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli disagreed strongly about Kellie Pickler‘s paso doble… MORE

Eric Church and Other Country Acts Make 2013 ACL Festival Lineup

Austin City Limits Music Festival has been a go-to music fest for 12 years, but for the first time ever, the festival will expand to two weekends this year, with… MORE

Pistol Annies, ‘Annie Up’ – Album Review

Strong production keeps ‘Annie Up’ — the new album from Pistol Annies — from being something their debut effort certainly was not: boring. The women thrive among thick, bluesy guitars… MORE

Eddie Montgomery’s Steakhouse Abruptly Closes

A restaurant co-owned by Montgomery Gentry singer Eddie Montgomery has abruptly closed without warning, leaving employees scrambling to find an explanation for their sudden termination. According to the Lexington Herald-Leader,… MORE

Jana Kramer, ‘I Hope It Rains’ – Song Review

‘I Hope It Rains’ makes three heartbreaks in three singles for Jana Kramer. The new track from her self-titled debut album is more fun than the bittersweet ‘Why Ya Wanna’… MORE

Tim McGraw Explores Dangers of Texting and Driving in Powerful ‘Highway Don’t Care’ Video

Tim McGraw‘s ‘Highway Don’t Care’ video is like a mini-movie, which isn’t surprising, since the singer has had plenty of big screen experience as an actor in full-length films. The… MORE