Rebekah Bell has been a country music fan since the first time she heard Rascal Flatts at age 15. Today, she's a writer who also loves traveling, public speaking and spending time with family and friends. Find her online at wwww.rebekahbellwrites.com.
Miranda Lambert Earns Milestone Award, Give Sizzlin’ Performance at ACM Awards
Actresses Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara introduced Milestone Award winner Miranda Lambert at the 50th Annual ACM Awards Sunday night (April 19).
Dierks Bentley Performs ‘Riser’ at 2015 ACM Awards
Dierks Bentley wowed the crowd at the 2015 ACM Awards with a soulful rendition of "Riser."
Florida Georgia Line Shine in ACM Awards Performance of “Sippin’ on Fire”
Florida Georgia Line rocked the house with their live performance of "Sippin' on Fire" at the 50th Annual ACM Awards in Arlington, Texas on Sunday night (April 19).
Miranda Lambert Has Her Good Luck Charm Ready for the 2015 ACM Awards
Miranda Lambert has racked up her fair share of ACM Awards in her career — the 31-year-old singer has 18 ACM trophies to her name! She's also maintained a record five-year-in-a-row streak for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Miranda Lambert Gives Her Two Cents on ‘Bro-Country’ and the State of the Genre
A new genre of country music has sprung up in recent years, and as it has grown, so has the debate surrounding it.
Tim McGraw Announces Concert Event Benefitting Sandy Hook Non-Profit
Country Legends and Newcomers to Team Up for ‘ACM Presents: Superstar Duets’
The runup to the 2015 ACM Awards will feature a plethora of musical acts, including special duets in which country legends will team up with modern acts for unforgettable performances.
Justin Moore to Play a Private Concert for One Lucky Fan
Just when we thought country hit maker Justin Moore couldn't get any cooler, he's announced a special contest that will enable one lucky fan to receive a private concert.
Joe Nichols Wants Fellow Artists to Get Back to the Heart of Country Music
Joe Nichols has a bone to pick with some of his fellow country artists. The "Yeah" singer believes many of today's biggest names have lost touch with their audience, which means their songs are not as powerful and effective as they could be.