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A Conversation With Susie McEntire

Susie McEntire’s has been a life steeped in the grace of God. Not the stand at the pulpit in a strip-mall church and tell an inspiring story kind of grace, but the honest, hit your knees and cry kind of grace. Born the youngest of four in five years to Clark and Jacqueline McEntire, Susie’s…

Sunday Mornin’ Church with Brenda Lee

Brenda Lee will return as host for the 39th annual Sunday Mornin’ Church at the Grand Ole Opry this Sunday, June 9, 2019. Sunday Mornin’ Country promises to be the best ticket in town, blending top Country artists and your favorite Gospel music together for a time of celebration and inspiration along with great entertainment…

God & Country: A Conversation with Jimmy Fortune

There is a unique serenity that hangs like a mist over the Shenandoah Valley in Central Virginia; a palpable peace that looms over the rolling hills. Not only is the valley home to stunning landscapes and a feeling of ‘the simpler life’, but a rich musical tradition balanced perfectly between Appalachian Folk tunes and old…

In Studio with Kent Wells

The name Kent Wells might spark a few different thoughts, depending on one’s age and which parts of the music industry one is experienced with. From working alongside some of country music’s greatest legends to starting three of his own companies, Wells has worn many, many hats during his tenure in the business. We had…

Hotels & Highways: Terry McBride on His Life in the Business

Sit down for a chat with Terry McBride and you’ll feel more like you’re sitting down with an old friend than a celebrated songwriter. There are many sides to Terry McBride; bass player, singer, songwriter, guitarist, husband, family man. My favorite happens to be the storyteller; if you’re willing to spend some time listening, he’s…

Red Steagall on Life, Love, and Cowboys

Red Steagall

There is a set of principles, founded many generations ago when it wasn’t fences that kept the land separate but honesty and hard work instead, that have been passed down from man to man, mother to child. These principles made up what is our country’s great, wonderful West; full of cowboys, cattle, long days, and…

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