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  • Top 40 Country Songs – April 2015
    The race for the top song of April 2015 is as close as any in the history of the ToC Top 40 list. Songs at the top of the chart are selling well, and the ToC staff loves them. There's little to separate No. 1 from No. 2, but in the end, it's hard to deny one hit's longevity. Continue reading…
  • Inside 'American Idol': Scott Borchetta Says Leaders Starting to Emerge
    American Idol viewers are still getting it right, Scott Borchetta says. After fan votes left country singer Maddie Walker and Adanna Duru on the side of the road last week, the show's mentor says the best and brightest stars are moving on safely week to week. Continue reading…
  • Midnite Jamboree Goes on Hiatus After Financial Struggles
    The Ernest Tubb Midnite Jamboree is an important part of Nashville's country music business. The show, which airs on WSM after the Opry, has been around for nearly 68 years but now they're taking a hiatus due to financial problems. Continue reading…
  • Kelsea Ballerini Reveals Story Behind Her '90s Medley
    When you go to a Kelsea Ballerini show, you’re in for an unexpected treat. Continue reading…
  • Brett Eldredge Opens Up About Why He Won't Be the Next 'Bachelor'
    Brett Eldredge is arguably one of country music's most eligible bachelors. Recently he chatted with Taste of Country Night's host Sam Alex about his bachelor status and why he won't be the next Bachelor.  Continue reading…
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  • Fast, furious, unstoppable: Franchise stays in high gear
    This photo provided by Universal Pictures shows, Vin Diesel as Dom Toretto in a scene from "Furious 7." (AP Photo/Universal Pictures, Scott Garfield)LOS ANGELES (AP) — Neither Vin Diesel nor producer Neal Moritz wanted a sequel to "The Fast and the Furious." The 2001 film about a group of East Los Angeles street racers and the FBI agent (Paul Walker) who infiltrates their ring just wasn't "that kind of film," according to Moritz.
  • Entrance fees rising in some national parks
    FILE- This Sept. 27, 2010 file photo shows hikers on the South Kaibab Trail in Grand Canyon National Park, Ariz. Be prepared to pay a bit more if you’re going to visit some of the national parks and recreation areas this summer. After a six-year moratorium, the federal government has begun increasing the price of admission at some of its public lands and the fees charged for camping, boating, cave tours and other activities. The National Park Service says the money raised is just a fraction of the $11.5 billion needed to fix roads, trails and park buildings. (AP Photo/Carson Walker, file)WASHINGTON (AP) — Be prepared to pay a bit more if you're headed to some national parks and recreation areas this summer.
  • 'Furious 7' film shows off sharp new Imax laser technology
    This Tuesday, March 31, 2015 photo shows the Imax laser projector at the TCL Chinese Theater on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles. The Chinese Theatre, one of the largest Imax theaters in the world, is one of more than a dozen locations that Imax expects to outfit with laser projection this year. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)LOS ANGELES (AP) — Deeper blacks, brighter whites, even bigger screens and better sound. When the high-speed action sequel "Furious 7" debuts this weekend, audiences at Hollywood's famous TCL Chinese Theatre will see every tire skid and fistfight in Imax's brand-new laser format.
  • Mark Wahlberg to produce Boston Marathon bombing movie
    FILE - In this Nov. 10, 2014 file photo, Mark Wahlberg arrives at the 2014 AFI Fest - "The Gambler," in Los Angeles. Wahlberg, along with Scott Stuber, Dylan Clark, Stephen Levinson and Michael Radutzky, will produce "Patriots' Day," a film chronicling the events surrounding the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing, based on the first-hand account of Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis. Matt Charman is writing the screenplay and Nicholas Nesbitt will executive produce. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)LOS ANGELES (AP) — CBS Films says Mark Wahlberg is set to produce "Patriots' Day," a feature film about the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing based on Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis' firsthand account.
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  • Audio: DARIUS RUCKER: New Album in Stores Today
    Darius Rucker releases his fourth solo country album, Southern Style, today (Tuesday). Darius wrote all but the title cut on the 13-song collection. Though most of the songs he sings relate to a true-life experiences, there are some songs he records just because he likes them. Darius Rucker talks about choosing songs for the album.
  • Audio: JASON ALDEAN: Collaboration Wish List
    Jason Aldean is no stranger to collaborations with other artists. He's recorded with Kelly Clarkson, Colt Ford, Luke Bryan,Eric Church and even rapper Ludacris. Who else would he like to team up with? Listen and find out below.
  • TAYLOR, GARTH, KENNY: Earn Special ACM Honor
    Taylor Swift, Garth Brooks, Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert, Reba McEntire, George Strait and Brooks & Dunn will receive the prestigious 50th Anniversary Milestone Award at the ACM Awards. The award honors the seven acts for their groundbreaking achievements in the history of the organization.The 50th ACM Awards, hosted by Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan, air live on CBS April 19th.
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