1 hr ago | The Chronicle Herald
Like Canada's Jimmy Rankin, those putting down country roots might start in the hallowed Ryman Auditorium, says travel writer Bill Spurr , with its echoes of legends like Hank Williams and Johnny Cash.
4 hrs ago | Main Street Hardy
Can YOU name a family who can say they've made music with Jack Benny, Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Al Green, The Bee Gees, James Taylor, Garth Brooks, Isaac Hayes, Craig Morgan, Donny and Marie Osmond, Tim McGraw, Neil Diamond, Conway Twitty, , Kenny Rogers, The Commodores, Dolly Parton and many, many more? Since the early 1930's, The ... (more)
10 hrs ago | BIO
In Miami Sgt. Altarr Williams and detective Frankie Sanchez investigate the murder of Darrell Harrell, gunned down for trying to push a group of drug dealers out of Overtown.
Told from an insider's perspective, the Lifetime TV network will debut Ring of Fire , starring singer-songwriter Jewel as June Carter Cash, on Monday May 27 at 8 p.m. Based on Anchored in Love: An Intimate Portrait of June Carter Cash , by John Carter Cash, the made-for-television film details June's life, beginning with her rural upbringing in ... (more)
It's becoming increasingly rare to walk into a bar or nightclub and see a live band on the bill.
During the opening set at Isis Restaurant & Music Hall someone commented, "This is a nice place.
Bradford native Derek Davis has covered a lot of ground as a musician -- vocally and geographically.
The Johnny Cash musical "Ring of Fire" heats up the stage at Haywood Arts Regional Theatre in Waynesville.
Donny Parenteau guides young Riley C. through a rendition of the Johnny Cash classic Ring of Fire during the Big Brothers and Big Sisters breakfast on Wednesday morning in the Ches Leach Room at the Art Hauser Centre.
Country legend Johnny Cash's brother has given his thumbs up to a new museum featuring artefacts and memorabilia from the Walk The Line singer's life, insisting it was an "awesome experience" to walk around the place.
Behind the Candelabra Sunday, 9pm, HBO Captive audience: Biopic fans; flamboyantly gay dudes; all those people who actually thought Liberace was not gay.
Following a recent move to Nashville, it appears that local musician Brett Kissel is finding success in the music industry.
The iconic singer/song writer left a mark on popular culture that crossed boundaries.
What started as a simple statement in a traffic report on CBC's Information Radio, has now turned into a country song.