The music business is a high-stakes, high-risk venture, and it's not unusual for artists to wind up in court to defend their interests, as we'll see in this gallery of the nastiest country music lawsuits.
Friday's (June 26) historic decision in favor of same-sex marriage in America led to a predictable rush of reactions from those both for and against the Supreme Court's decision. Country music's biggest stars also weighed in, and not everyone feels the 5-4 decision making same-sex marriage possible in all 50 states is good for our country's future.
LeAnn Rimes and ex-husband Dean Sheremet had a tumultuous split in 2009, after Rimes’ affair with Lifetime movie costar Eddie Cibrian, but it has now become even messier as Sheremet opens up about what went wrong after seven years of marriage.
After three rocking decades (plus three years), Motley Crue is calling it quits, having just announced their final tour. The silver lining in this news is that country's Big Machine Records is paying tribute to the rockers with a 'Country Music Tribute to Motley Crue' album, and they're pulling in Florida Georgia Line, LeAnn Rimes, Brantley Gilbert and Cassadee Pope to help.
October is breast cancer awareness month and now the Grand Ole Opry is going pink. The 5th Annual Opry Goes Pink Show "Women Rock For The Cure" is slated for October 22 with a portion of the proceeds going toward the fight against breast cancer.
Everyone said the right things after LeAnn Rimes and 'X Factor' contestant Carly Rose Sonenclar finished singing the country superstar's 1997 hit 'How Do I Live.' But it was clear during the duet that there was concern for what was happening on stage. The day following, Rimes is being called "unstable," "out of it" and worse by internet news and tabloid sites.
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