Annie Reuter is a music journalist based in Nashville. After years of covering the country scene in New York City, the New Jersey native moved to Music City where she enjoys attending writers rounds and learning the stories behind her favorite songs.
Sam Hunt to Perform at 2017 Billboard Music Awards
The 2017 Billboard Music Awards are shaping up to be worth watching for country fans with the addition of Sam Hunt to the lineup.
Dierks Bentley Helps With Emotional Military Family Reunion [Watch]
Dierks Bentley treated one military family to a night they will never forget.
Willie Nelson Alive and Well in Comical ‘Still Not Dead’ Video
Willie Nelson has died time and time again — if you believe everything you read online. The country icon pokes fun at exactly this in a hilarious video for "Still Not Dead."
Keith Urban’s ‘Ripcord’ Goes Platinum
Keith Urban's latest album Ripcord continues to break records. Released last year, the album is one of only two country records certified platinum by the RIAA in 2016.
Ryan Hurd Joins Florida Georgia Line’s Tour
Ryan Hurd has a busy summer ahead of him. The rising singer-songwriter has been tapped for Florida Georgia Line's 2017 Smooth Tour.
Country Songs Reference Drugs More Than Any Genre, New Study Claims
Country music is well known as being a genre that showcases three chords and the truth, and it's also proven to have the most drug references.
Miranda Lambert Has a Starbucks Alias
When you're a big star like Miranda Lambert, giving your real name at a place like Starbucks will bring a lot of attention. That's why the country hitmaker uses an alias.
Brothers Osborne Get Helpful New Music Suggestions From Their Aunt
Brothers Osborne's Aunt Fay is nothing if not helpful.
Brad Paisley Films ‘Heaven South’ Video With the Help of Fans
Brad Paisley pinpointed in Franklin, Tenn., to film his "Heaven South" video, and he invited his fans to join in on the fun.
Zac Brown Band and Kacey Musgraves Team Up in the Studio [Watch]
Zac Brown Band have enlisted the help of Kacey Musgraves for a song on their new album.