Sawyer Brown Re-Signs with Curb Records

Country music group Sawyer Brown announced Friday that they have re-signed with Curb Records in Nashville. The band is about to celebrate their 40th anniversary.  Some of their biggest hits were when they were with Curb.  Some Girls Do was officially certified platinum Friday as well.  The song was written by Sawyer Brown’s lead singer Mark Miller and went to number one in 1992.  The band’s Greatest Hits album was also certified platinum on Friday. Sawyer Brown has released 18 studio albums and has charted over 50 times on the Billboard Country Music Charts.

John Schneider Coming To NW Georgia

John Schneider, the original “Bo Duke” from the Dukes of Hazzard, is coming to Northwest Georgia in July.

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T.G. Sheppard Honored In Tennessee

Country music legend and SiriusXM host T.G. Sheppard was honored by The Tennessee Department of Tourist Development with the unveiling of the “Tennessee Music Pathways” marker in his hometown of Humboldt, Tennessee.

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New Book from Loretta Lynn To Release Posthumously

Loretta Lynn’s family and estate will release a new book she completed just before her passing; A SONG AND A PRAYER, on May 23, 2023 from Worthy Books.

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Charley Pride Statue Added To Ryman Icon Walk

ictured L-R: Colin V. Reed, Executive Chairman, Ryman Hospitality Properties; Hortense Ransom, Head of Operations, CECCA Productions; Rozene Pride; Ben Watts, sculptor; Dion Pride; Dennis Quaid.(Photo by Catherine Powell)

Ryman Auditorium unveiled the latest addition to its Icon Walk this week with a statue honoring American music icon Charley Pride. The detailed bronze likeness was added to the permanent outdoor exhibition on the historic venue’s grounds ensuring the country music trailblazer will forever remain part of the Soul of Nashville.

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Michael Lee Re-Releases Song “Ain’t That Just Like Jesus”

Country artist Michael Lee re-releases an emotional and powerful song, Ain’t That Just Like Jesus, dedicated to the horrific tragedy that took place at the Covenant School in Nashville on March 27, 2023. This tune follows the success of his previous radio releases Keep On Livin’ and Change Is Overrated.

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Charley Pride To Be Immortalized At Ryman Auditorium In Nashville

The late Charley Pride will be immortalized with a bronze statue at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium. The Country Music pioneer will join the likes of Loretta Lynn, Bill Monroe, and Little Jimmy Dickens as part of the Ryman’s Icon Walk on March 29th. Rozene Pride, Charley’s wife of over 60 years will be in attendance as will his son Dion. The event is open to the public with the event taking place at 2:30 p.m. at the Ryman Auditorium located at 116 5th Avenue North in Nashville.

Grand Ole Opry To Celebrate Ronnie Milsap’s 80th Birthday

The Grand Ole Opry will celebrate the 80th birthday of Opry member Ronnie Milsap with a special “Ronnie Milsap & Friends” show on March 25 at the Opry House.

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Shenandoah Announces 50+ Date Tour In Support Of New Single

GRAMMY® Award-winning country band Shenandoah is hitting the road on its 2023 cross-country trek, the Revival Tour. The tour name compliments the group’s new single, “Revival,” released Friday, January 27, via 8 Track Entertainment/Fame Records.

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Alabama Says June Jam Is Returning To Fort Payne This June

June Jam is coming back to Fort Payne — according to an announcement from ALABAMA members Randy Owen and Teddy Gentry. The announcement came as the band members accepted the V.I. Prewett Lifetime Achievement Award at the Fort Payne Chamber of Commerce’s Awards Banquet, alongside Lisa Cook, wife of late ALABAMA member Jeff Cook. 

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