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  1. “I think there’s gonna always a long way to go,” Parton says. “It’s a work in progress as life itself is, especially for women in the workplace."
  2. “What we were doing not only helped us, but it helped the whole format in general,” Aldean says.
  3. Reba McEntire unpacked the 2019 ACM nominees with Stephen Colbert and revisited her first paid gig on Wednesday night (Feb. 20). .
  4. The rain was cold, needling and incessant as celebrants scooted from their cars and scurried into Nashville’s Corsair Distillery Tuesday afternoon (Feb. 19) to honor the writers of Luke Combs’ four-week No. 1 single, “She Got the Best of Me.”
  5. Country Music Hall of Fame member Fred Foster -- an early champion of such rising talents as Kris Kristofferson, Dolly Parton and Roy Orbison -- died Wednesday (Feb. 20) in Nashville following a brief illness. He was 87.
  6. When CBS This Morning’s Gayle King noticed the lack of women among the 2019 ACM Awards’ entertainer of the year nominees, she asked Reba McEntire for her thoughts.
  7. Icons The Bellamy Brothers talk to about their friendship with Blake Shelton, touring with him, and their honorable role as country music ambassadors.
  8. Things Kane Brown has said about the once-in-a-lifetime chance he had to record an old Brooks & Dunn hit with Brooks & Dunn.
  9. A week after winning the best album Grammy and 41 weeks after its chart debut, Kacey Musgraves’ Golden Hour now ticks proudly on the summit of Billboard’s top country albums chart, soaring from its last-week slot at No. 19.
  10. All the details behind Dierks Bentley's brand new anthem "Living": what inspired it, and where he's hoping it takes him next.
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