Two of the most impressive names in all of country music have risen to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. King George Strait and Mr. Garth Brooks were called out by several of their peers, and they both made good on the dare.
George Strait may have hung up his touring hat, but his live show can live on forever in a soon-to-be released live album. On Sept. 16, Strait will unleash 'The Cowboy Rides Away: Live From AT&T Stadium,' a 20-track live album recorded at his very last concert.
George Strait may have already made his last stop on the Cowboy Rides Away Tour, but the record breaking hasn't stopped. Strait's final concert in Arlington, Texas broke not just attendance records -- the singer has also topped an even bigger ticket sales record!
George Strait is known for timeless country music, and his always-present black cowboy hat. At his final Cowboy Rides Away Tour stop, the singer tossed his hat into the audience, and one lucky man caught it -- and he plans on keeping it.
Balloons and confetti rained on the fans at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on Saturday night as George Strait played his final song, and walked off the stage forever for now. The Cowboy Rides Away ended with an all-star version of the track from 'Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind.&apos…
As 2014 nears the halfway point, it's time to reflect on the best of country music. The best songs, the best albums and the best moments of 2014 come from newcomers and superstars. They come from awards shows and reality television. The Best of Country Music 2014 comes from all over.
Did you miss the Academy of Country Music's "Salute to the Troops" special last night on CBS? If so (or if you want to relive it), it's time you watch two country legends do their part to pay tribute to our armed forces.