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Long-Time Johnny Cash Home Sells for $2 Million

The house that Johnny Cash and June Carter called their home for over 40 years has now been sold. It was sold by Barry Gibb, from the classic rock group the Bee Gees, and his wife Linda.

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One You Might’ve Missed – Rhett Akins

It's another edition of "One You Might've Missed" featuring songs that were on the radio, just not very long!  These are the songs you want to check out if you haven't before.

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Kenny Rogers
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Country Music Hall of Fame to Open Kenny Rogers Exhibit

Kenny Rogers was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2013, calling it the high point of his career. Now, the famed museum is brightening up his 2014 by honoring the singer with his own exhibit.

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George Jones Monument
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Public Celebration Planned for Anniversary of George Jones’ Death

George Jones' legacy lives on one year after his death. His wife, Nancy Jones, has planned a public celebration at his grave, which will honor the late singer's legacy.

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The Forgotten Five – Pam Tillis [VIDEOS]

It's time for another installment from my series of blogs featuring songs of the past from artists you may know well, or might have forgotten.  Some of these songs may have long disappeared from radio, but I'm bringing them back. Today's artist has a great country music pedigree and is a Grand Ole Opry member with a sweet voice.  Here are 5 possibly forgotten tunes from Pam Tillis.

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Glen Campbell Moved to Alzheimer’s Care Facility

Glen Campbell has been moved to a facility that specializes in Alzheimer’s care. The 77-year-old has been battling the disease for three years. Fans found out about it in 2011.

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Eric Interviews Terri Clark Backstage At The Grand Ole Opry [VIDEO]

Opry member, Terri Clark was on the stage that made country music famous on Tuesday night to play big hits like "Girls Lie Too" and "Better Things To Do."  After she played we sat down to talk about her venture into radio, plus her new spin on "Bro Country."  What does she call the new kind?  Watch now and see.

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Charlie Daniels
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Charlie Daniels Interview: Country’s Biggest Bob Dylan Fan Offers His Interpretations on ‘Doin’ It Dylan’

To say Charlie Daniels is a Bob Dylan fan is to say the famous country singer plays an OK fiddle. It's an understatement. Daniels was in Dylan's band to record three albums in the late '60s and early '70s, and has since appreciated his music, even if he didn't necessarily always know what the folk-rocker was talking about.

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Dolly Parton Has ‘The Big Interview’ with Dan Rather

Dolly Parton is sitting down and opening up! On April 14, AXS TV will air an exclusive interview between the country icon and famed news anchor, Dan Rather, as she candidly discusses her career and life.

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Hank Williams Jr
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Big O Music Fest 2014 Lineup Featuring Hank Williams Jr.

The Big O Music Fest, the area's biggest country music festival each year, is getting rowdier than ever this year, with their headliner, Hank Williams Jr.

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Wade Hayes Opens Up About Second Cancer Battle

Wade Hayes made news when he revealed his battle with stage four colon cancer in 2011 and now he's speaking out about a second bout with the disease.

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Garth Brooks
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Stealing The Covers – Callin’ Baton Rouge

Garth Brooks was always the king of covering songs that were pretty obscure.  Sure, he cut the occasional "Walkin' After Midnight" for an album, but he loved to find great songs the general public had not yet discovered and make them his own.

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