Sarah Michaud
Sarah Michaud

Sarah Michaud

Sarah Michaud is the senior news editor of PEOPLE's music vertical. She has been with the brand for close to 15 years, holding various roles across the digital news team before focusing on music. In 2021, Sarah won the CMA media achievement award for her coverage of country music. She earned a bachelor's degree in sociology, social work and English and resides outside of Boston.
The rapper shared a kiss with the Revenge actress in a TikTok video posted Monday
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Tyler relapsed less than a month before Aerosmith was set to re-launch their Las Vegas residency
In a sworn declaration submitted to the Los Angeles Superior Court, Jamie addresses the accusation, which was made in the documentary The New York Times Presents: Controlling Britney Spears
A rep for the musician confirmed that Linda, formerly a contract administrator for Hewlett-Packard, died on June 22 at age 55
"We made it!" Urban told the crowd just after beginning his first show of the tour in Tampa. "Am I a bit nervous? Just a little! But, I've never been more excited to see so many people in one place!" The country star shares photos from his rehearsals and kick-off concert in Florida, as well as his second show in West Palm Beach. Urban is on the road through November.
The couple have been dating for six years, and were engaged on Christmas Eve 2020
The Canadian country singer and her groom have known each other for nearly 20 years, and tied the knot on the beach where they met
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"To not be able to connect with the audience is really hard because that's how I get through," the musician said of being stuck at home during the pandemic
The annual country music festival —which benefits music education programs— is back in downtown Nashville June 9-12
The Canadian country singer and her groom have known each other for nearly 20 years, and tied the knot on the beach where they met
"To not be able to connect with the audience is really hard because that's how I get through," the musician said of being stuck at home during the pandemic
The annual country music festival —which benefits music education programs— is back in downtown Nashville June 9-12
Presented by SiriusXM and Pandora, the show took place Tuesday night at Marathon Music Works in Nashville, one week before Thomas Rhett's Bring the Bar to You Tour begins. The country star played his hits and songs off his new album, Where We Started. Fans can catch highlights from the show on July 13 at 9 p.m. ET during Pandora LIVE in the 615: THOMAS RHETT virtual event. The event will also feature an interview with Thomas Rhett and SiriusXM's Storme Warren, with a free RSVP available here.
The singer-songwriter and his bride tied knot in Positano, Italy and had a second ceremony in Seaside, Florida
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The country star and his wife will welcome a sibling for son Dutton in late October, they confirm to PEOPLE exclusively
"We ask for privacy at this moment for the well-being of our children, who are our maximum priority," the couple said in a joint statement on Saturday
The actress and the Bleachers musician are set to tie the knot, PEOPLE confirms
A rep for the singer confirms to PEOPLE that Payne and his fiancée have split
The annual awards show was held Sunday, May 15 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas
The guitarist joined his Sob Rock Tour opening act onstage Monday in Boston for a cover of Tears for Fears' "Everybody Wants to Rule the World"
Nashville came to Austin on May 7 for the ninth annual festival presented by Capital One
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The year's event took place Saturday, May 7 at the new Moody Center in Austin, Texas and was again hosted by Bobby Bones
PEOPLE captured all the weekend's headliners and top performers as Nashville took over Indio, California April 29-May 1
Prior to Naomi Judd's death, the iconic mother-daughter duo The Judds announced their first tour in over a decade, titled The Final Tour, which was set to kick off on Sept. 30 in Michigan
A longtime advocate for mental health awareness, Naomi Judd told PEOPLE in 2016, "Nobody can understand it unless you've been there"
"We lost our beautiful mother to the disease of mental illness," Naomi's daughters, Ashley Judd and Wynonna Judd, wrote in a statement
Southerland's Matt Chase popped the question in Arkansas after almost two years of dating
The country star provided background vocals for "Last Train Home" before returning to duet with the guitarist on "Slow Dancing in a Burning Room"