Ruidoso traveling boutique in Lovington at the Lea County Fair!!
Lee Ann Womack sang her signature hit, "I Hope You Dance," at the recent funeral of which major literary figure? ANSWER: Maya Angelou.
Tyler Farr plans to include several songs about drinking beer, partying and driving trucks on his upcoming sophomore album because that's what he does to have fun. Instead of living near downtown Nashville, Tyler lives south of town in Chapel Hill, Tennessee, which is home to the largest tractor pull in the South.
Lee Ann Womack teamed up with pop/R&B star John Legend to tape a new episode of CMT Crossroads Wednesday night in Franklin, TN.
Alan Jackson will re-release his holiday album, Let It Be Christmas, on October 27 to all digital retailers.
Lee Brice still gets emotional talking about his performance of the national anthem with Luke Bryan during their September 12 concert at New York City's Madison Square Garden. Since it was the day after the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Luke gave a shout-out to those who lost their lives on that day in the attack on the World Trade Center. As the crowd chanted, "USA! USA!" Luke brought Lee onstage and whispered in his ear, "I just feel like we should do the national anthem."
(LOS ANGELES) -- It looks like Dallas has danced his last. Magic Mike XXL director Gregory Jacobs tells E! News that Matthew McConaughey won't be reprising his role as the male stripper in the forthcoming sequel.
(NEW YORK) -- Welcome to the weekly post-apocalyptic dystopian young-adult novel film adaptation review! Featured in this edition: The Maze Runner, a movie and story that finds its roots in Lord of the Flies, Peter Pan, and the more contemporary belief that we’re all screwed.
(NEW YORK) -- Melissa Rivers has posted a message to her fans on WhoSay thanking them for their support in the wake of her mother Joan Rivers' death on Sept. 4.
(NEW YORK) -- Fans of Joan Rivers can remember the late comedy icon as Little, Brown & Co. announced that they're set to publish a biography about her life.
(NEW YORK) -- Meredith Vieira tackled the topic of domestic violence by sharing a personal story.