Sugarland Settles Founder's $14 Million Lawsuit

Sugarland, Live Nation Settle With State Fair Victims

Country duo Sugarland, concert promoter Live Nation and 16 other defendants have agreed to pay $39 million to settle claims stemming from the deadly 2011 Indiana State Fair stage collapse, lawyers for the victims and their families announced Friday.
Eric Burgett

Eric Burgett Brings His Classical Training to Country Music

In this week's 615 Spotlight, we take a look at a singer who we found simply perfecting his art in one of the most prestigious clubs in Nashville: Eric Burgett, one of the most unique talents you will find in Music City. His writing and performing definitely fit in with what is out there on the radio, but with his piano base, he definitely sets himself apart.
Carrie Underwood on Cross-Genre Collaborations

Carrie Underwood on Cross-Genre Collaborations

In conjunction with her recently-released Greatest Hits: Decade #1 , Carrie Underwood took a moment to reflect on her career and her opportunities to work with some of her idols.
T.G. Sheppard on the Evolution of Music, Tricking Elvis & More

T.G. Sheppard on the Evolution of Music, Tricking Elvis & More

It was four decades ago that T.G. Sheppard began his initial ascent up the Billboard country charts with "Devil in the Bottle." The song helped the singer transition from a successful career as a record promoter for RCA into his own musical career.
The Country Music Industry in 2014: Garth's Return, Taylor's Exit

The Country Music Industry in 2014: Garth's Return, Taylor's Exit

With country music at a peak in popularity, the comings and goings in the format seemed more crucial than ever. And there were plenty -- Garth Brooks came back, George Strait decided it was time to go, two guys from a different era came out, and a few stars chose to go out. On the road. In stadiums.

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