Sterling Whitaker is a Nashville-based musician and music journalist. He is the author of two books: 'Unsung Heroes of Rock Guitar' and 'The Grand Delusion: The Unauthorized True Story of Styx.' He has appeared as a guest on VH1, BBC Radio and radio all over North America. Whitaker is also very involved in animal rescue.
Rascal Flatts Singer Gary LeVox’ Bus Catches Fire
The singer was taking a trip to Louisiana when his bus caught fire on Saturday morning.
See Which Country Singers Have Welcomed Babies in 2017
Country music has seen a population explosion in 2017.
25 Reminders That 2017 Wasn’t as Bad as It Seemed
It's important to look back and remember the bright spots of 2017.
Luke Bryan Gave His Wife the Craziest Christmas Present Ever
The superstar really outdid himself this Christmas.
Florida Georgia Line Singer Tyler Hubbard Welcomes Baby Girl
She's the sweetest Christmas gift.
Toby Keith Salutes the Troops at Christmas
The patriotic singer turned to social media to pay tribute to our fighting forces.
Keith Urban’s First Thanksgiving in the United States Was ‘Insane': ‘I’ve Never Seen So Mu…
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Eddie Montgomery Opens Up About Troy Gentry’s Death
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2017 CMA Awards Open With Amazing All-Star Collaboration
The 2017 CMA Awards got off to a huge start with a history-making all-star collaboration.
Someone Drove Their Truck Into Blake Shelton’s House
The same day that he released his new album, Texoma Shore, Blake Shelton revealed that someone had driven a truck into his lake home.
Jason Aldean Makes Defiant Return to the Stage After Las Vegas Shooting [Watch]
Jason Aldean returned to the stage for his first concert since the mass shooting in Las Vegas on Thursday night (Oct. 12. ) with a defiant speech, and some of the survivors of that tragedy were there to cheer him on.
Country Singers React to Deadly Mass Shooting at Route 91 Harvest Festival
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