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Justin Moore has scored six number-one songs on the country airplay charts. He’s had Gold-level album sales. Three of those discs have debuted at #1 on the Billboard Country Album Chart. Yet, Justin won’t make his official late-night TV debut until March 7 when he is scheduled to be a guest performer on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on ABC.
February has brought a bunch of firsts for rising artist Brett Young.
Three of Glen Campbell's early albums that helped establish the Country Music Hall of Fame member as a musical icon -- 1967's Gentle on My Mind, 1968's Wichita Lineman and 1969's Galveston -- will be made available on vinyl for the first time in decades on March 24.
The 2017 Home Team Tour featuring headliner Thomas Rhett has at least one female player. Kelsea Ballerini says she's really looking forward to being his opening act.
On this date five years ago, Carrie Underwood released what would become her 12th #1 single. Co-written by Carrie, the tune became an anthem for girls who had a penchant for dating bad boys. Can you name the song? ANSWER: “Good Girl.”
(NEW YORK) -- Oprah Winfrey will be a speaker at the graduation ceremony for a New York state college that some graduates of her South African school attended.
(NEW YORK) -- The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, will feature a very familiar face during its Hall of Fame Classic Weekend on May 27: none other than Homer Jay Simpson.
(LOS ANGELES) -- 20th Century Fox had already been teasing single frames of its upcoming thriller Alien: Covenant, but now it's gone the opposite way -- and released a full, four minute scene of the star-packed sci-fi movie.
(NEW YORK) -- After the Academy Awards on ABC Sunday night, you can see what the winners look like -- and sound like -- after their big night on Live with Kelly's annual After Oscar Show, airing Monday, February 27 at 9 a.m. ET.
(NEW YORK) -- Perhaps no one is more surprised by the success of Moonlight than the director, Barry Jenkins.