7 Years Ago: Dustin Lynch Releases His Debut Single, ‘Cowboys and Angels’
Lynch, who moved to Nashville at age 18 to be a professional songwriter, struck platinum with his debut single, 2012's "Cowboys and Angels."
2018 in Review: Lady Antebellum’s Anthem Flub, Willie Nelson’s Canceled Show + More of May…
As 2018 wraps up, The Boot is looking back at some of the best new music and biggest headlines of the year.
2018 in Review: Daryle Singletary Dies, Troy Gentry’s Wife Sues + More of February’s Bigge…
To determine the five biggest stories of each month, The Boot's staff looked at website traffic; the featured stories received the most visitors throughout the month in which they broke.
Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley Offer Lighthearted Comedy in 2018 CMA Awards Monologue
In their 11th year co-hosting the CMA Awards, Underwood and Paisley have their comedic monologue routine down pat.
The Power of Possibility: Why Farm Aid’s Advocacy, Support and Legacy Remain Vital
That Farm Aid believes in the power of possibility — and, more important, invests in possibility — is one reason both the organization and concert continue to thrive.
Top 10 Country Artists of the 1980s
The '80s were a transitional decade for country music: a time when artists could try out different styles and approaches -- and, by extension, adopt new traditions that would come to reverberate in the '90s and beyond.
John Osborne + Lucie Silvas — Country’s Greatest Love Stories
Osborne and Silvas are a musical power couple who came together thanks to (what else?) music.
15 Years Ago: Johnny Cash Gives His Final Public Live Performance
On July 5, 2003, Cash gave his final public live performance, a 30-minute set at the Carter Family Fold in Hiltons, Va.
2018 in Review: Carrie Underwood’s Surgery, Reba McEntire’s New Beau + More of January’s B…
As we hit the midpoint of 2018, The Boot is looking back at some of the best new music and biggest headlines of the year so far.