Fans will find a few fresh faces near the top of the Top 40 Country Songs of June 2014 list. Dustin Lynch, Lee Brice and Chris Young all cracked the Top 10, with 'Where It's At' leaping a dozen spots to hit No. 6. The top song goes to a hit that the singer's fans believed in long before radio. It might be the perfect song for summer 2014.
CBS took a night off from regularly scheduled programming to help the Academy of Country Music pay tribute to our troops. The Academy had big-time country talent and military join together to celebrate the hard work these men and women put in on a daily basis.
The 2014 CMT Music Awards nominees have been announced, and Miranda Lambert is the woman to watch, leading nominations with an astounding six nods, while Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line are tied at five apiece.
To say Charlie Daniels is a Bob Dylan fan is to say the famous country singer plays an OK fiddle. It's an understatement. Daniels was in Dylan's band to record three albums in the late '60s and early '70s, and has since appreciated his music, even if he didn't necessarily always know what the folk-rocker was talking about.
Last week Zane Williams scored his very first No. 1 single with "Little too Late." This week he hopes to stay there, but to do it he'll have to hold off Kevin Fowler, Green River Ordinance and Cameran Nelson. Who's got top spot? Let's find out.
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