On Monday, May 10, the Country Music Association announced its intention — in a partnership with Feeding America — to provide four million meals in cities with large populations of musicians and music industry professionals. In an Associated Press interview regarding his support of the just-announced campaign, Blake Shelton noted, “There are a lot of... Read more »
For the past eight years, Thomas Rhett had become a bit of a sneaker aficionado. However, of late — especially while recording his latest album Country Again: Side A, he’s had a change of heart. “If you know me, you know I’ve been on the sneaker train for a while,” Rhett told Audacy Country. “One... Read more »
Though Martina McBride is known for her powerhouse vocals on hits including “My Baby Loves Me,” “Wild Angels” and “A Broken Wing,” she’s also mom to three daughters—Delaney, Emma and Ava. During a recent interview with CMT’s Cody Alan, the Grammy-nominated singer shared some of her secrets for staying close with her children as they’ve... Read more »
Last year, Dan+Shay had just embarked on their very first headlining arena tour–performing three sold-out concerts including two dates at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena and another show in Columbus, Ohio–when the COVID-19 pandemic forced music venues to halt concerts. Now, the duo is ready to pick up where they left off, and have announced they will... Read more »
Miley Cyrus’ familial lineage is the stuff of legend. Her father is Billy Ray Cyrus, the man whose “Achy Break Heart” is part of pop country’s legacy forever. However, her godmother is none other than Dolly Parton, who, similarly, has created moments that will define the pop-country sound until the end of time. Therefore, it’s... Read more »
Usually, by this time in May, Oklahoma's grass is dark green, and we're mowing it every week. That's hasn't been the case this year.
Russell Westbrook has set the NBA record with his 182nd triple-double, surpassing the mark set by Oscar Robertson in 1974.
Hundreds have been injured as unrest continues in Jerusalem after nightly clashes between Israeli police and Palestinian protesters.
Two of the Oklahoma City metro's largest school districts are asking voters to show up and vote Tuesday.
Every single Oklahoma City Public Schools board member came out against House Bill 1775, the controversial bill that bans the teaching of critical race theory in Oklahoma schools.