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It's Beginning to Sound a Lot Like Christmas! Country Stars Offer Gifts of Music with These New Albums and EPs
Brett Eldredge, Brett Young, the Pistol Annies and Cody Johnson are among the artists bringing the holiday cheer with brand-new songs and new versions of beloved classics
At the CMT Artist of the Year Show, Stars Revel in an Emotional Evening: 'I Feel a Lot of Love'
Luke Combs, Chris Stapleton, Kane Brown, Gabby Barrett, Kelsea Ballerini, Mickey Guyton and Randy Travis are honored in an outpouring of gratitude — and memorable performances
Inside the CMT Artists of the Year 2021 Photo Booth: See the Winners
This year's honorees were fêted Wednesday night at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville, while winner Kelsea Ballerini celebrated remotely from tour
Randy Travis Recalls His Stormy Path from Catfish Cook to Country Music Hero
Randy Travis celebrates the 35th anniversary of his seminal album Storms of Life with a deluxe edition that includes three previously unreleased songs
Go Inside the Whiskey Jam 10th Anniversary Portrait Booth: All the Photos
Ward Guenther's Monday night creation celebrated a decade with many of the country stars who once played the Whiskey Jam stage
Jimmie! Lauren! Cole! See All the Country Stars Who Came Out for Whiskey Jam's 10th Anniversary Concert
Established by Ward Guenther in 2011, artists gathered last (when else?) Monday night at the Ryman to celebrate the milestone
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Singer Randy Travis Hasn't 'Ever Seen Himself as a Victim' After Massive Stroke, Says His Wife
The country music legend, who is releasing a new book, Forever and Ever, Amen: A Memoir of Music, Faith and Braving the Storms of Life, opens up exclusively to PEOPLE
Making History: Kane Brown, Chris Young, Florida Georgia Line and More Check Themselves Out in Hall of Fame Exhibit

"It made me tear up, walking in there and seeing ourselves in an exhibit," John Osborne admitted