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A three-time CMA & ACM Female Vocalist of the Year, Fricke has hit the #1 spot on the Country charts an astounding 18 times. She was named Billboard Magazine Top Female Vocalist, was the First Female Voice on the Moon, and was named the UK’s Country Music Round Up’s Most Popular International Female Solo Act. Her music has reached Gold and Platinum sales status worldwide, and the talented and personable Indiana native has recorded numerous jingles for Coca-Cola, Pizza Hut and United Airlines. Janie has released 25 albums and 36 hit singles, and she remains one of the most-beloved entertainers in the Country field.

JANIE FRICKE ANNOUNCES TOUR DATES IN SUPPORT OF HER 40TH ANNIVERSARY AS A CMA FEMALE VOCALIST OF THE YEAR AWARD WINNER AND HER #1 HITS “IT AIN’T EASY BEING EASY” AND “DON’T WORRY ‘BOUT ME BABY” – ALL IN 1982!

JANIE FRICKE ANNOUNCES TOUR DATES IN SUPPORT OF HER 40TH ANNIVERSARY AS A CMA FEMALE VOCALIST OF THE YEAR AWARD WINNER AND HER #1 HITS “IT AIN’T EASY BEING EASY” AND “DON’T WORRY ‘BOUT ME BABY” – ALL IN 1982!

Raised on a farm in Indiana, Janie Fricke began singing in church and later turned that talent into a career that began as one of the marketing industry’s most successful jingle singers. Long before her success as a country artist, millions of people became familiar with Fricke’s voice through ads for United Airlines, Coca-Cola, 7-Up, McDonald’s, and Red Lobster. She soon became a session singer where she was singing background in the studio with some of the biggest country stars of the late 70s and early ’80s, including Loretta Lynn, Eddie Rabbitt, Crystal Gayle, Ronnie Milsap, Barbara Mandrell, and Mel Tillis.

Country Music Community and Friends Mourn the Loss of Jeff Carson

Country Music Community and Friends Mourn the Loss of Jeff Carson

Country music hitmaker and Academy of Country Music award-winner Jeff Carson died of a heart attack at Williamson Medical Center in Franklin, Tennessee at the age of 58. Fellow artists and friends mourn the loss of their friend and share memories of a true mentor, Jeff Carson…

T. Graham Brown Host of ‘Live Wire’ Welcomes Janie Fricke as Special Guest on SiriusXM’s Prime Country Channel 58 Starting Wednesday, November 3rd at 10/9c

T. Graham Brown Host of ‘Live Wire’ Welcomes Janie Fricke as Special Guest on SiriusXM’s Prime Country Channel 58 Starting Wednesday, November 3rd at 10/9c

Starting Wednesday, November 3 at 10/9c PM, country hit-maker T. Graham Brown will be back to feature special live cuts & interviews with some of his closest friends and heroes on new episodes of LIVE WIRE on Sirius XM’S Prime Country Channel 58. Tune in to November’s episodes to hear never-before-heard stories shared by your favorite names in entertainment, as well as a memorable interview with the ever-talented country music legend Janie Fricke!

LEE GREENWOOD HONORED IN HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA WITH ALL-STAR SALUTE MUSICAL CELEBRATION

LEE GREENWOOD HONORED IN HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA WITH ALL-STAR SALUTE MUSICAL CELEBRATION

Lee Greenwood, a Grammy award winner, CMA award winner, ACM award winner and has achieved over twenty top 10 singles, was celebrated on Tuesday night October 12, 2021, at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Alabama, for his forty years of hits in the music industry. Stars from multiple genres of music came out to honor America’s well-known patriot Lee Greenwood ranging from non-country hitmakers Gavin DeGraw, Debby Boone, Sam Moore, Michael W. Smith, Scott Stapp (of Creed) to today’s hot country hitmakers Lee Brice, Michael Ray, Jamey Johnson, Dustin Lynch to country legends The Oak Ridge Boys, Crystal Gayle, The Gatlin Brothers, Janie Fricke, and more!

LEE GREENWOOD ALL-STAR SALUTE TO BECOME TELEVISION SPECIAL

LEE GREENWOOD ALL-STAR SALUTE TO BECOME TELEVISION SPECIAL

As the All-Star Salute To Lee Greenwood at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Alabama, approaches, the stage set design, lighting grid, and television special details are revealed. The celebration taking place in just over two weeks on October 12, 2021, will be filmed to create three 1-hour specials that will be broadcast for television audiences.

TUNE-IN ALERT: ‘CMT GIANTS: CHARLEY PRIDE’

TUNE-IN ALERT: ‘CMT GIANTS: CHARLEY PRIDE’

‘CMT GIANTS: Charley Pride’ is an uplifting celebration honoring the extraordinary life and legacy of trailblazing country music titan Charley Pride. The star-packed, 90-minute event features special performances and interviews from family, friends, and collaborators who appear to share their personal memories and reflect on Pride’s lasting legacy, his wife Rozene and son Dion, blended alongside rare archival photos, interviews, and performances, with clips and commentary from Charley Pride himself.

Fellow Performers & Friends Remember Don Everly

Fellow Performers & Friends Remember Don Everly

Don Everly, half of The Everly Brothers duo with his brother Phil, died Saturday in Nashville at age 84. The Everly Brothers are Country Music Hall of Fame members, inducted in 2001, and were instrumental in shaping rock and roll with such global classics as “Bye Bye Love,” “Wake Up, Little Susie,” and “All I Have To Do Is Dream.” The Everly Brothers were also members of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the Grand Ole Opry.

Fellow Performers & Friends Remember Country Music Legend Tom T. Hall

Fellow Performers & Friends Remember Country Music Legend Tom T. Hall

Country Music Hall of Fame legend Tom T. Hall died on Friday, August 20th. He was 85. Hall was nicknamed “The Storyteller” by Tex Ritter, another country great, for his songwriting style. His hits included “Harper Valley P.T.A.” which became a major crossover smash for Jeanie C. Riley in 1968, “That’s How I Got To Memphis,”, Homecoming,” “(Old Dogs, Children, and) Watermelon Wine,” “A Week in a Country Jail,” “I Love,” “Country Is”, “I Care,” and many more. His songs have been recorded by the likes of Johnny Cash, Alan Jackson, Waylon Jennings, George Jones, and Loretta Lynn. Hall was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2008 and was a Grand Ole Opry member since 1971. Rolling Stone included the Olive Hill, Kentucky native on their ‘100 Greatest Songwriters’ list.