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  1. Before we’re overwhelmed with Christmas music, how about a gentle Thanksgiving song? Like a generous neighbor who leaves a warm pecan pie at our doorstep, Nashville musician Ben Rector is delivering a tasty treat, too. Enjoy a live performance of “The Thanksgiving Song,” then read our Q&A with Ben Rector below the player. Embedded from... Read more »
  2. Remember back in October when Morgan Wallen was supposed to appear on Saturday Night Live but then couldn’t, because he’d done some things that made him a Covid-19 risk? Well, he learned his lesson , and the show is giving him a chance for a do-over. Let’s try this again pic.twitter.com/v1CS9c1Kza — morgan wallen (@MorganWallen)... Read more »
  3. Watch "Let Me Go," and more performance videos from Cassadee Pope.
  4. Read about the female nominees for the 2021 Grammy Awards, including Miranda Lambert, Maren Morris, and more.
  5. Mickey Guyton make Grammy history with "Black Like Me" the first Black female solo artist to earn a Grammy nomination in a country category.
  6. See the country nominees for the 2021 Grammys.
  7. Hal Ketchum, the '90s country star known for "Small Town Saturday Night," has died at age 67.
  8. Embedded from www.youtube.com. Call this an epiphany, but Tim McGraw looks at life the way we should all be looking at life on Thanksgiving. His song “Gravy” — brought to you by the pens of Tom Douglas and Allen Shamblin (“The House That Built Me”) and Andy Albert — now has a video to go... Read more »
  9. Embedded from www.youtube.com. Just like Morgan Wallen sings in the first verse of “More Than My Hometwon,” the whole town’s rooting for him. It certainly seems like that’s the case now that Wallen has earned his fourth consecutive Billboard No. 1 as his “More Than My Hometown” lands on top on the Country Airplay this... Read more »
  10. Get to know the 'Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making The Team' Season 15 rookies.
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