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Reba McEntire, Darius Rucker Set to Host CMA Awards

Reba McEntire and Darius Rucker have been tapped to host the 54th annual CMA Awards.

Darius Rucker and Wife Beth Split After 20 Years: “We Have Made the Decision to Consciously Uncouple”

Darius Rucker and his wife of almost 20 years, Beth, have announced that they are separating.

Rita Ora, Darius Rucker Sing at President Obama’s ‘Christmas in Washington’ Concert

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson hosted the event, which will air Friday on TNT

Miranda Lambert Gets Record-Tying 9 CMA Nominations

Dierks Bentley is next with five nominations; Eric Church and Keith Urban have four apiece

Cindy Mabe Named UMG Nashville President

Mabe, formerly senior vp marketing, will report to chairman/ceo Mike Dungan.

‘American Idol’ Reveals Partial Finale Lineup

Host Ryan Seacrest said Phillip Phillips is among the stars who will appear on the show next week.

CMA Awards: THR Names Country’s 20 Top Entertainers

Who's happening in the twang world? Veteran performers, reality show alums and trios line up for the Nov. 6 awards show.

‘American Idol’ Alum Elise Testone Debuts New Song on iTunes

The singer's post-"Idol" debut is the No. 18 song on iTunes singer-songwriter chart.

Darius Rucker Has Charleston Street Named After Him

The country music superstar was on hand for a ceremony on Monday alongside Mayor Keith Summey.

‘American Idol”s Elise Testone Looks Back on Her Jersey Roots and Ahead to a Debut Album

The season 11 finalist talks to THR about the importance of having a musical family to call her own and how those collaborators shaped the forthcoming release, "In This Life."

‘American Idol’: Elise Testone to Release Duet With Darius Rucker (Video)

The season 11 rocker reveals details of her forthcoming CD, which also includes an appearance by "Idol" alum Erika Van Pelt.

Queens Of The Stone Age Get First No. 1 Album On Billboard 200

Barenaked Ladies' "Grinning Streak" starting at No. 10 is its highest-charting set since 2003's "Everything to Everyone" also debuted (and peaked) at the same spot.