Ruidoso traveling boutique in Lovington at the Lea County Fair!!
One Direction's Harry Styles, a.k.a. Taylor Swift's ex, is a fan of Kacey Musgraves' music, but he doesn't want you to know about it.
Listening to Tim McGraw's brand-new single, "Shotgun Rider," it's easy to think he's singing a song of devotion to his wife, Faith Hill. You shouldn't assume you'll see Faith acting out that role in Tim's upcoming video for the song, though. In fact, Tim doesn't want fans to think of him or his famous wife much at all as they're listening to his new album, Sundown Heaven Town. Instead, he hopes his listeners find pieces of their own stories in his new collection of songs.
George Strait's new concert album, The Cowboy Rides Away: Live from AT&T Stadium, is available now, featuring performances from his final tour stop last June. To make the evening even more special, George invited special guests Kenny Chesney, Jason Aldean, Eric Church, Faith Hill, Alan Jackson, Miranda Lambert, Martina McBride and more to join him singing their favorite songs from his catalog. Having his friends pick which songs they wanted to sing made it easier on George when it came time to put the final set list together.
New duo Maddie & Tae will release a self-titled, four-song EP featuring the debut hit, "Girl in a Country Song," through all digital outlets on November 4.
Brothers Osborne went back to their hometown of Deale, Maryland to shoot the video for their latest single, "Rum." The cast of characters in the clip all hail from Deale as well, which may explain the duo's T.J. and John Osborne's offbeat senses of humor.
(NEW YORK) -- Academy Award-nominated actor Leonardo DiCaprio was designated a United Nations Messenger of Peace on Tuesday by U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.
(NEW YORK) -- Beyoncé turned 33 earlier this month and now we know she celebrated in style!
(NEW YORK) -- Jerry Seinfeld was planning a special project with Joan Rivers.
(NEW YORK) -- Rihanna is not pleased about the fact that CBS Sports last week didn't use her song "Run This Town" to kick off Thursday Night Football -- and she now appears to be threatening to stop them from using it this week.
(NEW YORK) -- A YouTube video claiming to be the last-ever recording of Joan Rivers is a complete fake, a rep for the late comedienne tells ABC News Radio.