Country star John Rich said there are no politics allowed on his new Fox Nation show, "The Pursuit! With John Rich."
The country music channel has announced that it'll give equal airtime to videos from men and women, following complaints of sexism in the industry.
Musgraves and Kelsea Ballerini are speaking out after a country station admitted it won't play two female artists in a row.
Miranda Lambert shared an Instagram video of her shirtless husband, Brendan McLoughlin.
Carrie Underwood has decided to “pass the hosting torch (at least for now!) to others,” at the CMA Awards after 12 years.
Country star Jason Aldean welcomed his Route 91 "family" when he played Las Vegas this weekend: “We came back to blow it out for you guys tonight."
“I think there was a collective gasp,” Nettles tells Yahoo Entertainment in an interview. “I absolutely felt it. And I thought: Great. I believe this is going to do what I want it to do, which is continue this conversation."
The country star says female stars aren't given equal airplay, especially if they're older.
Jennifer Nettles wore a white suit with a hot pink train that read, “Play Our F****n Records. Please and Thank You,” to protest the lack of female voices heard on country radio.
Jenee Fleenor was the first female nominated for the category, which the Country Music Association created in 1988.
Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, Kelsea Ballerini, Jennifer Nettles, Dolly Parton and many more walked the red carpet at the Country Music Association’s 53rd annual CMA Awards on Wednesday at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn.
Now 47, Moorer said she was compelled to go back and research her family, so she could figure out the reason behind what she went through.
The women of the Highwomen talked about the lack of women on country music radio on Thursday's episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."
Singer Jason Aldean, who was onstage when the shooting began at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival on Oct. 1, 2017, acknowledged the sad event with a statement.
Meghan McCain says it's time to "move on" from the Dixie Chicks' 2003 controversial comments slamming the war in Iraq and President George W. Bush.