Country Music

Parker McCollum offers $10,000 reward to help find the killer of retired police captain David Dorn

Danielle Del Valle/Getty ImagesRetired police captain David Dorn was fatally shot this week in St. Louis after he responded to an overnight alarm at a pawn shop. In the wake of his death, St. Louis Regional Crimestoppers posted a $10,000 reward for anyone with information leading to the arrest of the killer. 

Now, Parker McCollum is kicking in another $10,000 to bring justice for the victim. The rising country star shared the story on Twitter, writing “I will match that $10,000. No bulls***.”

CNN reports that the 77-year-old officer died outside the pawn shop at approximately 2:30 AM on Tuesday morning, after arriving to provide security for the facility. The identity of the shooter is still unknown. 

The incident occurred amid nationwide protests against racism and police brutality, ignited by Memorial Day death of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man who died after white police officer Derek Chauvin pressed a knee against his neck for more than eight minutes. Chauvin has since been charged with second-degree murder and and second-degree manslaughter in Floyd’s death. 

Amid the protests, Parker has been vocal about his support both for black protesters and for “good honest police officers.”

“People think you can’t support the black community and support good honest police officers. I’m here to tell you that you can,” he reflected on Twitter.

He also commented on the striking divide between the political left and right in the U.S., writing “Crazy af to flip back and forth between Fox News and CNN News.” 

The Texas native has turned heads in recent months with his debut single, “Pretty Heart.”

By Carena Liptak
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Dollywood announces reopening plans, with a special message from Dolly Parton herself

ABC/Image Group LAAfter postponing the opening date of its spring season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Dolly Parton’s Tennessee theme park, Dollywood, will begin a phased reopening this month. 

Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort & Spa is set to open on June 10. A week later, Dollywood and Dollywood’s Splash Country will welcome guests beginning June 17, with the park opening exclusively for Season Passholders on June 15 and 16. 

Additionally, the facility will take a number of precautions to keep its guests as safe and socially distanced as possible. Daily capacity will be limited, and park-goers will be required to wear masks (with some exceptions) and get their temperatures checked at the entrance of the facility. For a full list of new health and safety procedures, visit Dollywood’s website

As opening day nears, Dolly herself shared a special video message with park guests. 

“Things have changed for all of us, and that’s okay. Because now, we’re ready to see you happy and here with us again,” she says in the clip. “To share the beauty of our mountains, to just be together, safer and stronger than ever before.”

Dolly also recently shared another message of encouragement amid the pandemic, releasing her powerful new ballad, “When Life Is Good Again.”

By Carena Liptak
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Summerfest 2020, featuring Sam Hunt, Morgan Wallen and more, canceled for the first time in 53 years

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Milwaukee’s Summerfest 2020 has officially been canceled due to ongoing concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s the first time the festival has been canceled in its 53-year history. 

Billed as “The World’s Largest Music Festival,” the 11-day, all-genre event was set to feature a number of country acts. Sam Hunt was originally slated to perform as part of his Southside Summer Tour, along with opening acts Kip MooreTravis Denning and Ernest

Other country artists on deck to take the stage included Chris StapletonLuke Bryan and Morgan Wallen. Big names from other genres were featured in the lineup, too, such as Justin Bieber and Styx

Prior to the cancellation, Summerfest 2020 had already been postponed once. Originally scheduled to take place June 24-July 5, the event was moved to September. However, amid continuing uncertainties surrounding the pandemic, the festival will ultimately not go on as planned. 

Refund information is available at the festival’s website. More details regarding Summerfest 2021 is expected to be announced in the weeks ahead.

By Carena Liptak
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Covered by Country: Dierks Bentley, Carrie Underwood and more featured in new line of face masks

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Fans who want to help stop the spread of COVID-19 while still repping their favorite country artists are in for a treat: Universal Music Group has launched its cloth face mask campaign, called Covered by Country.

The new line offers a wide selection of masks to choose from, featuring a number of different country acts. Dierks BentleyLuke BryanCarrie UnderwoodMaddie & Tae and Darius Rucker are just a few of the artists with a mask sporting their name. 

AT $15 each, the masks are reusable and washable. They also support a good cause: 100% of Covered by Country’s net proceeds benefit the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund, which provides financial help for music industry members impacted by the pandemic. 

Although states are gradually reopening following the COVID-19 shutdown, most artists haven’t yet resumed touring, as the risk of the virus’ spread at mass gatherings like concerts is still significant. Many acts have officially postponed their tours until 2021, while others are hoping to resume performances in the fall.

By Carena Liptak
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Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton on 'Forbes'’ 2020 100 Highest-Paid Celebrities list

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Forbes has unveiled its annual list of highest-paid celebrities, and Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan both make the cut in 2020. 

Luke clocks in at number 62 on the list, raking in $45.5 million as of this June. The country superstar cleans up in ticket sales, netting an average gross of more than $1 million per city, but that’s not his only source of income: Forbes estimates that Luke earns $12 million per season for his American Idol judging gig.

But Luke's not the only country star with a side hustle in televised singing competitions. Blake Shelton comes in at number 70 on Forbes’ list, earning $43.5 million. That's $13 million per season for his role as a coach on The Voice, in addition to his ample income from record and ticket sales. 

Of course, both Blake and Luke have taken a financial hit due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as neither were able to tour during the first half of 2020. They’re not alone: Forbes reports the celebrities on their list earned a combined $6.1 billion before taxes and fees, which is down $200 million from 2019’s reports. 

Luke is planning to release a new album, Born Here Live Here Die Here, this year, and had to push back his Proud to Be Right Here Tour as a result of the virus’ spread. However, that’s not slowing his chart success: His current single, “One Margarita,” is rising up the top 10. 

The two richest celebrities on the Forbes list are Kylie Jenner and Kanye West, earning a whopping $590 million and $170 million, respectively.

By Carena Liptak
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“Worldwide Beautiful”: Kane Brown’s new equality anthem has a timely message to share

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Kane Brown’s new song, “Worldwide Beautiful,” is one he’s been saving for quite a while now, but during the current movement against racism and police brutality, the singer says it was the perfect time to share his new song.

“Worldwide Beautiful” is an anthem for equality, calling on fans to open their hearts and see beyond racial divides. 

“You’re missing every color if you’re only seeing black and white/Tell me how you’re gonna change your mind if your heart’s unmovable,” Kane sings in the chorus. “We ain’t that different from each other/From one another, I look around/And see worldwide beautiful...”

The song will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of America, an equality advocacy group that fights against racism and discrimination and builds positive environments for young people. 

Kane teased the release of “Worldwide Beautiful” late last year, and the song also lends its name to his most recent tour. He returned to the track this week, just a couple of days after issuing a statement on social media rallying against discrimination and division.

Simultaneously, millions of Americans have turned out in protest following the murder of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man who died in Minneapolis May 25 after white former police officer Derek Chauvin pressed a knee against his neck for more than eight minutes.  Chauvin has since been charged with second-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in Floyd's death.

By Carena Liptak
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Country star trivia

Comstock/ThinkstockOn this date in 1969, a legendary country performer released At San Quentin, a live studio album recorded during a concert he performed at San Quentin State Prison earlier that year. It was the second in a series of live albums he performed at prisons, which also includes At Folsom Prison. Do you know who he is? ANSWER: Johnny Cash.

By Carena Liptak
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Amy Grant expected to make "full recovery" following open heart surgery

Rick Diamond/Getty ImagesSinger Amy Grant is resting comfortably at home after undergoing major surgery.  The "Baby, Baby" singer underwent open heart surgery on Wednesday to correct a rare defect she unknowingly had since birth.

"Thank you for so many prayers today. Amy is out of surgery and the doctor said it could not have gone better," Grant's representative shared in a statement on Facebook. " We would ask for continued prayers over the days, weeks and months to come as she makes a full recovery."

Earlier on Wednesday, the singer's team rallied fans for prayers and well wishes, announcing that Grant would be undergoing "heart surgery to correct her PAPVR condition."  

Fans have known of Grant's heart condition for several months.

The 59-year-old first announced in February, in honor of Heart Health Awareness Month, that she had been diagnosed with the rare heart condition.  

"I want to send a shout out to my doctor, John Bright Cage," the Christian singer told fans. "He suggested I have a check up because of my Dad’s heart history."

Grant was happy she followed his advice and underwent a "battery of tests" that revealed she's unknowingly had PAPVR "since birth."

The six-time Grammy winner happily assured fans that she was "asymptomatic" and that the heart condition was "fixable."  She hoped that, by sharing her personal medical history, she would inspire fans to take their heart health more seriously.

PAPVR, otherwise known as partial anomalous pulmonary venous return, is a congenital heart defect. Mayo Clinic explains that the condition causes a mixing of oxygen-rich blood and oxygen-poor blood as it flows into the heart's right atrium instead of the left, because the pulmonary veins have incorrectly attached to the heart's upper right chamber.

By Megan Stone
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Carrie Underwood tearfully remembers her miscarriages, and reveals the divine inspiration for her son's name

ABC/Image Group LAIn the continuing faith-based mini-documentary Mike and Carrie: God & CountryCarrie Underwoodand Mike Fisher discuss their multiple miscarriages after the birth of their son Isaiah

After their five-year-old was born, they immediately wanted more kids. Though they got pregnant quickly, Carrie suffered a cycle of miscarriages. 

"It sounds wrong when you say it," she confesses, "but it's one of those bad things that happens to other people... It's not something that you ever envision yourself having to deal with."

"I was just kind of wrestling and probably the most honest I've been with God ever..." Mike added. "And I... just... sensed that God told me we're gonna have a son and his name's Jacob."

"Not much longer [afterwards], we were pregnant and we lose another baby," Mike continues.

Soon after, a "bawling" Carrie crawled into bed with her sleeping son and had her own heart-to-heart with God.

"I was hurt, I was a little angry..." she reveals. "And I told him... we needed to have a baby -- or not ever. Because I couldn't keep going down that road anymore."

After, the doctor gave Carrie some unexpected news.

"The nurse called me and I felt like she was surprised," Carrie reflects. "She told me my... levels were not just where they were supposed to be, but way past -- through the roof."

"And we... had an ultrasound. And it's like, 'It's all okay. Everything's okay.' So we were like... 'This is Jacob.'"

Jacob Fisher turned one in January. 

"The story of Jacob," Mike explains, "he wrestled with God... and he wouldn't let him go until he got his blessing. And we weren't demanding that he give us this blessing. We were just being honest with him."

The documentary continues next Wednesday at

By Stephen Hubbard
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Nashville notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockJimmy Capps, legendary guitarist and member of the Grand Ole Opry and Musicians Hall of Fame, died this week at the age of 81. Capps played on some of country music’s most enduring songs, including George Jones’ “He Stopped Loving Her Today,” George Strait’s “Amarillo by Morning,” and Kenny Rogers’ “The Gambler.”

‘90s country hitmaker John Berry has re-recorded his 1977 tune “The Graduation Song” in honor of 2020 graduates. The new release’s video features fan-submitted images documenting how the class of 2020 is celebrating the milestone, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. 

A collection of stir-crazy country stars, including Pam TillisThe Gatlin BrothersCharlie Daniels and Ray Stevens, have come together for a tongue-in-cheek rendition of Willie Nelson’s “On the Road Again,” reconfigured for the COVID-19 quarantine.

By Carena Liptak
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'CMT Celebrates Our Heroes' with TR, Kane, Luke Combs, Sam Hunt, FGL and more

CMTIf 2020 had gone as planned, the annual CMT Music Awards would've been passed out at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday night. The COVID-19 pandemic, however, made that impossible, bringing the virtual CMT Celebrates Our Heroes: An Artists of the Year Special in its place. 

The two-hour extravaganza featured much-loved covers appropriate to the times, as well as several songs inspired by life during coronavirus.

Darius Rucker lent his baritone to Randy Travis' "Forever and Ever, Amen," while Kelsea Ballerini took on the Carole King/James Taylor classic, "You've Got a Friend." Sam Hunt did a deep dive into Bruce Springsteen's catalog for "Jack of All Trades," tipping his hat to "American resolve." 

Carrie Underwood and Reba McEntire highlighted the contributions of educators, while Thomas Rhett gave a shout-out to his daughters' teachers before doing his uplifting single, "Be a Light." Luke Combs reminded us to stay "Six Feet Apart," while Florida Georgia Line got patriotic on "U.S. Stronger." 

Keith Urban thanked those who keep the food cycle going, while Blake Shelton profiled the town of Kodiak, Alaska, where they've transformed schools into food pantries. Brothers Osborne gave two frontline workers in their Maryland hometown $25,000 each. 

Performances by Little Big TownLady AntebellumMiranda Lambert and Tim McGraw rounded out the night, with Jason AldeanZac Brown, and actor Sean Penn making appearances as well.  

Kane Brown closed the evening with "Stand by Me." 

You can visit to find out more about how you can help, as America continues to battle COVID-19. 

By Stephen Hubbard
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Morgan Wallen tests out brand new ballad, “Wasted on You,” with fans on social media

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Morgan Wallen’s gearing up to record a new album, and before he heads into the studio, he’s sharing a snippet of a just-written song to see what fans think. 

The singer posted a voice memo recording to Instagram this week, explaining that he had written it only one day before. Called “Wasted on You,” the song is a painful ballad about a dead-end relationship that he just can’t help returning to, even though he knows it’s not going anywhere.

“All of this time and all of this money/All of these sorries I don’t owe you honey/All of these miles on this Chevy/And prayers in a pew/All them days I spent wasted on you,” Morgan sings in the chorus. 

Heartbreak is fertile subject matter for Morgan these days: His latest single, “Chasin’ You,” recently reached number-one at country radio, becoming the singer’s third chart-topping hit. At the time, he reflected that it was especially gratifying to see the song’s success due to the fact that it is inspired by a real-life story from his past. 

In his new song, Morgan sings about drowning his sorrows in a glass of something strong, and he’s also got real-world experience with being a little over-served. Late last month, the singer was arrested on charges of public intoxication and disorderly conduct in downtown Nashville. 

He was subsequently released from jail on a $500 bond, and promptly took to social media to apologize for the incident and "clear the air."

By Carena Liptak
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Alan Jackson pushes drive-in shows to next week as weather threat looms in Alabama

Jason Merritt/ACMA2018/Getty Images for ACMAlan Jackson is postponing two “Small Town Drive-In” events scheduled for this week due to potentially inclement weather. 

The country superstar originally planned the events as his first drive-in concerts, reconfigured in order to comply with social distancing guidelines amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The shows were originally scheduled for June 5 and June 6 in Cullman, Alabama and Fairhope, Alabama, respectively. 

However, the weather forecast hasn’t been cooperative with Alan’s plans to get back onstage. Projections of potential tropical storms have caused concert organizers to postpone the Fairhope show, in the interest of keeping fans and crew safe. 

Due to the unique staging logistics of the drive-in format, Alan’s Cullman show will also be postponed in order to take place in conjunction with the second concert. All purchased tickets will be honored at the new dates.

Alan’s Cullman show will now take place next Friday, June 13, with the Fairhope performance happening the following day, on Saturday, June 14. 

Last week, Alan also revealed that he’s adding face masks to his merchandise collection. Fans can now purchase cloth masks bearing some of the singer’s best-loved lyrics, such as “It’s five o’clock somewhere” and more. 

By Carena Liptak
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Just announced - Small Town Drive-in June 5 & 6th! Tickets onsale May 27th 10am CST! Fan Club Presale starts today at 5pm. More details at

— Alan Jackson (@OfficialJackson) May 26, 2020

Forever and Ever, Amen: Randy Travis’ memoir tops Book Authority’s ‘Best Country Music Books’ list

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Randy Travis is adding yet another milestone to his collections of awards, honors and accolades. His 2019 memoir, Forever and Ever, Amen: A Memoir of Music, Faith and Braving the Storms of Life, tops Book Authority’s Best Country Music Books of All Time list. 

Randy’s memoir, which he wrote with the help of best-selling author Ken Abraham, tells the story of the country legend’s personal life and long, tumultuous career. It includes a recount of the devastating stroke he suffered in 2013, which rendered him unable to sing. 

“I didn’t really feel I had a book to write until I stood on the distant shore and looked back over the ripples my life has made -- on myself and on others,” Travis explained when his book was first released. “My songs were the stories of my life and I learned from those who listened [that] they were theirs too. My fans inspired me and continue to do so.”

Other high-ranking country titles on Book Authority’s 82-book list include Scotty McCreery’s memoir, a biography of Guy ClarkMerle Haggard’s autobiography and more.

By Carena Liptak
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Garth Brooks reschedules his Cincinnati stadium tour stop amid the COVID-19 pandemic

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Garth Brooks has postponed his upcoming stadium show at Cincinnati’s Paul Brown Stadium, which was planned for June 27. Though he hasn’t yet announced when he plans to reschedule the concert, Garth did assure fans that originally purchased tickets will be honored at the new date.

It’s the second time the superstar has had to push his Cincinnati performance, which was originally planned for May 16. However, stay-at-home regulations caused by the pandemic continue to make gatherings unsafe, especially due to the massive audience turnout expected for Garth’s performance. 

When tickets for the show first went on sale, Garth set an all-time record for the city of Cincinnati, selling out the stadium’s 70,000 seats in just 75 minutes. It is the only stop planned for Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia on Garth’s Stadium Tour. 

During a recent installment of his Facebook series, Inside Studio G, Garth focused on the future, looking ahead to a busy touring year in 2021 even if it means running himself a little ragged.

“You hope that you’re running your tail off ‘cause this is something you want to do. You know, we’re talking about that this is the job you want,” he explained. “This is the job -- you roll in, you get to play. You run as fast as your crew guys are safe."

Garth was also recently forced to postpone his Charlotte stadium tour stop, which was planned for June 13. The singer rescheduled that show for October.

By Carena Liptak
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'Only Truck in Town': Tyler Farr readies his Jason Aldean-produced EP for release

BBR Music Group/Night Train RecordsIt’s been five years since Tyler Farr released a new project, but on Friday, he’ll return with his new, four-song EP, Only Truck in Town

The project also marks Farr's first release since inking a deal with Jason Aldean’s Night Train Records, who also signed on to produce the new music. 

Only Truck in Town takes its name from Tyler’s latest single, which he released early in 2020. The blazing anthem of small-town love shows a more mature take on a party anthem from the singer, whose previous hits include 2013’s “Redneck Crazy” and 2014’s “A Guy Walks into a Bar.”

“It’s been five years since I put out the Suffer in Peace album -- I love my fans and they have been waiting patiently for new music and now I can finally say that the new music is here...for them,” Tyler says. 

“These songs really speak to who I am -- my good buddy, Jason Aldean, produced the EP and knows me better than most people, so working with him just felt right,” he adds. “Together, we created something very real, and that’s exactly what I want my fans to hear from me.”

In addition to the single, Only Truck in Town features three new songs, including “Soundtrack to a Small Town Sundown,” “I Wish Dogs Could Live Forever,” and “Heaven on Dirt.”

By Carena Liptak
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Brandi Carlile’s virtual birthday show raises over $100k for equality advocacy groups

ABC/Image Group LABrandi Carlile celebrated her 39th birthday this week by performing her landmark 2018 album, By the Way, I Forgive You, from start to finish, along with her band mates Phil and Tim Hanseroth

The show livestreamed via, and for a minimum entrance price of $10, viewers could watch the Highwomen band mate and solo Americana act’s full, 75-minute set. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it was the closest thing to a live show Brandi has been able to provide for fans in months. 

During her performance, Brandi called on listeners to donate to the Looking Out Foundation, a justice relief fund founded by the singer and the Hanseroths in 2008. Her fundraising efforts came in the wake of the death of George Floyd, a black man who was killed in Minneapolis when white police officer Derek Chauvin pressed a knee into his neck for more than eight minutes. 

The Looking Out Foundation’s fund benefits Black Visions Collective and and Campaign Zero, two advocacy groups for equality. Before her show, Brandi posted a video to social media explaining the function of each organization and why she supports them. According to the Tennesseean, Brandi’s show raised over $100,000, with about 15,000 viewers tuning in. 

Brandi, who is gay and a longtime advocate for LGBTQ rights, also highlighted during her set the fact that June is Pride Month. 

The singer will return later this month for another full album performance on On June 14, she’ll spotlight her 2015 project, The Firewatcher’s Daughter.

By Carena Liptak
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Let’s not ignore the elephant in the room. Silence is violence.#blacklivesmatter

— Brandi Carlile (@brandicarlile) May 31, 2020

Country star trivia

Comstock/ThinkstockFour years ago today, this country superstar released her debut studio album, Hero, featuring the hit song that won her the 2017 Grammy for Best Country Solo Performance. Can you name this new mom? ANSWER: Maren Morris.   

By Cillea Houghton
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Nashville notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockCB30, the brother duo of Christian and Brody Clementi discovered by Luke Bryan, have released a new song, "We Are Right Now." 

Caitlyn SmithAdam Doleac and Drake White are among the artists hosting live stream concerts today. Adam will perform as part of #SingForStJude at 5 p.m. ET on the organization's Facebook page, while Caitlyn will set up shop on The Current's Facebook page at 6 p.m. ET. Drake will perform on Instagram at 8 p.m. ET.  Meanwhile, Aaron Watson's Facebook set begins at 8:30 p.m. ET. 

By Cillea Houghton
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LOCASH embraces unity with "One Big Country Song"

BBR Music Group The latest hit by LOCASH is "One Big Country Song," an uptempo tune that points out the things we all have in common.

It's the duo's first top-ten single in almost four years, and a message that seems to be hitting home with listeners as the world deals with the COVID-19 pandemic and grapples with racial injustice after the death of George Floyd.

But Chris Lucas believes "One Big Country Song" is an expression of the unity you'll always find in country music. 

"I had this conversation the other day with... my neighbor..." Chris tells ABC Audio. "He was a football player and he comes over and he starts talking to me. And he's like, you know, 'Why do you sing country music? You like a bunch of music.'"

"I said, 'We can all be like, you know, Brothers Osborne or any duo, Florida Georgia Line -- Tyler [Hubbard]'s our producer," he explains. "But there's a connect, even though we're not at each other's throat, but we're against each other, you know? We're competition.'"

When times get tough, Chris says the rivalries are forgotten.

"If something happens to any of us, country music comes together," he reflects. "And you see the family. There's nothing more important than the family in country music."

"And that's why I love this. I love country music because of that," he says.  

"One Big Country Song" is LOCASH's first top-ten hit since they topped the chart in October of 2016 with "I Know Somebody." It's from their latest album, Brothers, the title track of which was inspired by the relationship of Chris and musical partner, Preston Brust

By Stephen Hubbard
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