The 51st annual CMA Award Show is tonight on ABC at 8 p.m. If you can’t watch the show you can hear it here on B98.5. Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood are hosting the show for the 10th year and country stars looking forward to the show are sending the couple well-wishes for the show. On theboot.com people like Garth, Reba, Kelsea Ballerini, Kelly Ripa, Ryan Seacrest and more are sending their con
Dierks Bentley was in Las Vegas on Monday visiting with first responders who were at the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting. According to theboot.com Bentley also performed for and met with hospital staff that assisted when victims arrived at nearby hospitals. There are many, including Bentley, trying to make a difference in the wake of the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting.
Reba McEntire, who had a birthday yesterday (62), and The Boot tells us she holds a country music record. Over forty or so years of performing a lot in country music has changed but Reba keeps keeping on. Reba is the country female solo artist to have a number one hit in four straight decades. Her first #1 song was in 1982 with ‘Can’t even Get the Blues’ and he latest was in the 2010’s with ‘Turn
Rascal Flatts have announced the release details for their 10th studio album: Back to Us is due out on May 19. Jay DeMarcus adds that Back to Us takes its title from one of the record’s tracks, but it’s also a feeling that has been building around this new music. Gary LeVox notes that he and his bandmates were careful and deliberate when crafting the project.
When Reba McEntire‘s 20-plus-year marriage to Narvel Blackstock ended in 2015, she was understandably devastated; after all, she’s said that she didn’t want a divorce. But now she’s ready to love again. Like anyone going through heartbreaking times, healing was, and is, a process for McEntire...
Reba McEntire and her manager Narvel Blackstock have been married for 26 years, and working together for 35 years. Well… not anymore. The country star and her hubby have just announced their separation.
Spunky singer Reba McEntire has been hard at work on the set of her new comedy 'Malibu Country' recently, but the down-home star still finds time for her real-life family. In a new interview, the country superstar tells AARP magazine, "I am a very grateful happy camper."
Our favorite country redhead Reba McEntire covers the December/January issue of AARP magazine, where the country singer and TV sitcom star opens up about everything from her acting career to her reverence for fellow country music diva Dolly Parton!