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Popular Songwriter Hugh Prestwood Saved From Homelessness by Viral Fundraising Campaign
Hugh Prestwood is known for writing songs, including Trisha Yearwood’s “The Song Remembers When,” Shenandoah’s “Ghost in This House,” and Randy Travis’ “Hard Rock Bottom of Your Heart.” He’s a Nashville Songwriters’ Hall of Fame member and taught Advanced Songwriting at Manhattan’s New School. By all accounts, his career is a success. He thought he... Read more »
Dolly Parton Reveals Baking Line of Cake Mixes and More
Dolly Parton has always told stories about her love of baking, and now she’s sharing that passion with her fans. Parton has teamed with Duncan Hines to launch Dolly’s Southern Favorites in March. The products include a variety of baking mixes and frostings inspired by Parton family recipes, a tea towel, a spatula, recipe cards... Read more »
Lauren Alaina Says “I’m. Not. Well.” Ahead of February Opry Induction
Lauren Alaina said she was in shock for weeks after Trisha Yearwood surprised her with an invitation to join The Grand Ole Opry in December. Yearwood will help make Alaina’s membership official during her induction ceremony on Feb. 12. “I wish I could tell this sweet, young girl that stepped in that circle for the... Read more »
Taylor Swift Gets Apology from British Rocker Damon Albarn
British rocker Damon Albarn triggered a social media frenzy on Monday when quotes about Taylor Swift taken from his Los Angeles Times’ story went viral. The paper quoted Albarn as saying that Swift doesn’t write her own songs – a statement to which she, her collaborators and her fans took great offense. Now Albarn says... Read more »
Taylor Swift Fires Back at Damon Albarn After Songwriting Insult
Taylor Swift is hitting back. Damon Albarn, the lead singer for British band Blur, was quoted in a Los Angeles Times story on Sunday accusing Swift of not writing her own songs. “She doesn’t write her own songs,” he stated as a matter of fact. When the story’s writer pointed out that Swift co-wrote many... Read more »
Shenandoah Shares Top 5 Memories From 35 Years
Country group Shenandoah has built a career on hit songs including “Two Dozen Roses,” “Church on Cumberland Road” and “Next to You Next to Me.” In 2022, the band is celebrating its three-and-a-half decades in country music with a sweeping months-long “35th Anniversary Tour” that will carry the group from Florida to Oregon over nine... Read more »

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