Country music superstar George Strait, aptly nicknamed 'The King,' announced the final dates and cities on his farewell tour -- 'The Cowboy Rides Away Tour' -- at AT&T Stadium in Arlington this morning.
George Strait has released 40 albums on MCA Nashville, but that total will reach at least 45 before he's done. On Wednesday night (Aug. 28), his label CEO announced that the legend has signed a contract to record five more albums, even though he's retiring from the road after next year.
George Strait doesn't do many interviews, but he did grant Billboard the rare chat in his new cover story. Strait has always maintained an air of mystery, preferring to let his music do the majority of the talking. But he does have a message for the music business and for fans.
Good news for us country music lovers, Luke Bryan has added a second Nashville date to his "Dirt Road Diaries Tour," King of Country George Strait is honored, and legend Jim Ed Brown celebrates 50 years as an Opry member.
Danielle Bradbery was born the same year that George Strait came out with 'Blue Clear Sky', but the 16 year old from Cypress, Texas gets the victory over George in yesterday's Daily Duel. Today, Bradbery will face off against Thompson Square.
A couple of Texans square off on today's Daily Duel. Our current champion George Strait is going for win number 3 as he takes on the latest from Danielle Bradbery, the Cypress, Texas native who won this past season of The Voice.
We all know who George Strait is, he just landed the 60th No.1 single of his career. He's also announced he will be retiring from touring once his current Cowboy Rides Away Tour wraps in 2014. A few weeks ago Kyle Park called in to debut his new single, "Fit for the King" a tr…