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  1. Capping a 37-week climb, Dustin Lynch’s “Good Girl” now stands firmly atop Billboard’s country airplay chart. It is Lynch’s sixth No. 1 single, his first having been “Where It’s At” in 2014.
  2. Country music isn’t nearly as boozy as it once was. More and more artists are getting sober, keeping their tours dry, and trying to stay on a healthy path. Keith Urban, Tim McGraw, Trace Adkins, Jo Dee Messina, Brantley Gilbert, Travis Meadows, Rustin Kelly and more have been open about their struggles with addiction over... Read more »
  3. Don’t be surprised if you end up with a solid pop-country listening habit after hearing the artists in the latest round of CMT’s Artist Discovery program. You’ve been warned.
  4. A collection of 10-year challenge posts from the country music world.
  5. “Willie Nelson has written classic songs that will always endure,” Lyle Lovett said of Willie Nelson on Saturday (Jan. 12) in Nashville. “I think even more than this music, Willie is known for his humanity.
  6. A GIF recap of what you missed on season two, episodes three and four of CMT's Music City.
  7. Jason Aldean announces thirty-city tour kicking off in May of 2019, with special guests Kane Brown, Carly Pearce, and Dee Jay Silver.
  8. It’s track No. 11 that you won’t recognize. Because on her brand new album of all her favorite Frank Sinatra tunes, Trisha Yearwood said that one original song made its way on to her Let’s Be Frank album. And she explained just how it happened. “I went through and kind of highlighted classic Frank songs... Read more »
  9. Garth Brooks, Kacey Musgraves, George Strait and Keith Urban are among the artists who will perform an all-star tribute concert to celebrate Loretta Lynn’s birthday this spring.
  10. Monday morning round-up of all the artists social posts from the weekend.
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