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On His 67th Birthday, George Strait’s Got You Covered

In observance of George Strait's 67th birthday, CMT.com covers 10 essential classic country covers George Strait made his own.

Five at Five: Lauren Alaina Rocks Nashville Symphony Fashion Show + Mavis Staples Welcomes Margo Price, Jason Isbell at the Ryman

Lauren Alaina Rocks Nashville’s 2019 Symphony Fashion Show; Mavis Staples Welcomes Margo Price, Jason Isbell at the Ryman; Chuck Mead Plots Honky-Tonk Tour of Nashville; Jake Owen, Eric Paslay and Terra Bella at Kentucky’s Fort Campbell

Lanco: The Vineyard Conversation

A conversation in a vineyard with Lanco about their career so far, and how they became fast friends with Luke Combs.

EXCLUSIVE: Randy Travis Gives His All for Forever and Ever, Amen

The North Carolina native sits down with his wife Mary Travis and author Ken Abraham to discuss his memoir, Forever and Ever, Amen.

Five at Five: CMT Next Women of Country at CMA Fest + Tyler Childers’ Country Squire Arrives Aug. 2

CMT Next Women of Country at CMA Fest; Tyler Childers’ Country Squire Arrives Aug. 2; Montgomery Gentry’s Outskirts EP Arrives June 14; World War II Veteran Ernie Andrus, 95, Joins Opry’s Salute the Troops; Rodney Atkins’ Ninth Annual Music City Gives Back

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Interview, photos and video: Oklahoma native Keri Rene Fuller pounces on her first national tour opportunity with 'Cats'

By Brandy McDonnellAn abbreviated version of this story appears in the Sunday Life section of The Oklahoman. More than a 'Memory'Oklahoman Keri Rene Fuller is on her first national tour with 'Cats,' and the iconic show is returning to OKCThe old quip “it was better than ‘Cats’” doesn’t apply to Keri Rene Fuller, if only because it’s hard for her to imagine much better than “Cats” at the moment.“This is a bucket list item for the majority of those on the stage, and to be able to perform it and see the country simultaneously is a huge gift,” Fuller said in a recent phone interview. “The first preview, it was the first time that I had ever received I guess applause on that kind of scale before.

What to do in Oklahoma on May 19, 2019: Hear Byron Berline Band play a Summer Breeze concert in Norman

By Brandy McDonnellToday's featured event:NORMAN - The 2019 Summer Breeze concert series opens a 7:30 tonight with an evening of traditional bluegrass and Western swing music with three-time national fiddle champion Byron Berline and his band.

Severe weather leaves damage in Oklahoma, more storms ahead Monday

Staff reportsSevere weather caused damage across the state Friday and Saturday and at least two injuries, the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management reported.The chance for more damaging weather is ahead Monday in the state, including the Oklahoma City area.Storms could be severe in Oklahoma City after 1 p.m.

Egyptian officials say roadside bomb attack wounds 16 people, including tourists, near Giza pyramids

CAIRO (AP) — Egyptian officials say roadside bomb attack wounds 16 people, including tourists, near Giza pyramids .

Biden rejects Democrats' anger in call for national unity

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — His party may be enraged by Donald Trump's presidency, but Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden insisted Saturday that Democrats will not defeat the Republican president if they pick an angry nominee.Facing thousands of voters in his native Pennsylvania for the second time as a 2020 contender, the former vice president offered a call for bipartisan unity that seemed far more aimed at a general election audience than the fiery Democratic activists most active in the presidential primary process.

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