Country Music

Big crowds, and even bigger notes, are nothing new for Mickey Guyton. Still, legions of fans filling Central Park in New York City never just happen. In this case, over the weekend, as Revolver and Taste of Country attest, the Grammy-nominated Black Like Me artist was among the premiere headliners for the Global Citizen Festival. Naturally, Mickey Guyton
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Evidently, country music’s momentum-gaining girl-power trio, Chapel Hart, strategized a secret plan. Especially with their fervent supporters on America’s Got Talent for the Tuesday finals this week. Sisters Danica and Devynn Hart, alongside their cousin, Trea Swindle, put on the blue denim and distinctive white tops. The audience waved red and white flags to complete
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Not surprisingly, Dolly Parton’s words carry significant weight in the country music community and beyond.  The entertainment dynamo put it straight to those fearing the vaccine against the virus, which her million-dollar donation helped to fund for the world, admonishing “Don’t be a chicken squat—go on and get the shot!” Recently, Country Music Alley related
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Year after year, country music marvel Dolly Parton only grows in her miraculous generosity, purposeful living, and, of course, her never-ending musical talents. Likewise, season after season, the standout talent competition, America’s Got Talent, continues to reveal remarkable performers to the competition’s worldwide audiences. As it happens, Dolly Parton and three of her most adoring
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Any occasion that moves country music marvel Dolly Parton to take the stage becomes immediately remarkable.  Certainly, anytime such an occasion involves Dolly Parton doing something for a cause she cares about only magnifies both her heart and giving hearts within her audience. As if anyone on earth needs confirmation, Dolly Parton still reigns as
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No matter the age or era, no country music fan claims a proper education in the genre without a full repertoire of Alan Jackson songs etched into his or her consciousness.  Whether it’s the youthful, summertime abandon of “Chattahoochee” or the pure honky-tonk satisfaction in “Chasing That Neon Rainbow,” every listener feels that Alan Jackson
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