Annie Reuter is a music journalist based in Nashville. After years of covering the country scene in New York City, the New Jersey native moved to Music City where she enjoys attending writers rounds and learning the stories behind her favorite songs.
Remember When Alabama Made Country Music History?
Thirty-three years ago, the group was recognized for selling 4 million copies of both their 1981 album 'Feels So Right' and 1982's 'Mountain Music.'
Brad Paisley Invites Police Officers to His Show After This Jaw-Dropping Performance
Officers Stephen McNulty and Kim Tavares could really have their own show.
Go in the Studio in Willie Nelson’s ‘Heaven Is Closed’ Video
The singer returns with a new music video for a song featured on his latest album.
Watch Walmart Boy Mason Ramsey Sing Hank Williams at the Grand Ole Opry
Walmart Boy's bucket list keeps shrinking.
Kelly Clarkson, Alan Jackson Among Just-Added ACM Awards Performers
Plus: Kane Brown, Little Big Town and Jon Pardi.
Reba McEntire Says It’s ‘Disappointing’ No Women Were Nominated for ACM Entertainer of the…
In addition to serving as host at the awards show, McEntire is nominated as Female Vocalist of the Year.
Kenny Rogers’ ‘The Gambler’ Added to National Recording Registry
The iconic singer is one of several artists getting recognized by the Library of Congress this year.
Glen Campbell’s Wife Refutes Claims That She Kept His Children From Visiting Him
"I never ever denied them a visit, ever," Kim Campbell asserts.
Garth Brooks Breaks Houston Rodeo Attendance Record
The country legend performed to an impressive 75,577 people, and there was a surprise guest!
Randy Travis Is Curating a Playlist That Includes Contemporaries Walker Hayes, Kane Brown
Travis will shine a spotlight on new artists he believes in.