Miranda Lambert will release her first album in more than two years this summer. Miranda Lambert says a duet with Carrie Underwood on the album has the two 'coming together as a force.'
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Taylor Swift, George Strait, and other artists won the prizes at the Billboard Touring Awards, which honor musicians as well as venues and those who promote concerts. Taylor Swift's 'Red' tour is still continuing.
Kellie Pickler just released a new album, "The Woman I Am." A former American Idol contestant, Kellie Pickler is now maturing into a top-class country singer.
Miranda Lambert secured the female vocalist of the year award at the Country Music Association Awards. Miranda Lambert won during a televised ceremony which aired on Nov. 6.
Jennifer Nettles is releasing a solo album this January. Jennifer Nettles and her Sugarland partner Kristian Bush are currently on hiatus.
Roger Daltrey performed in Washington as part of a dedication of a bust of Winston Churchill, which will stand in the Capitol. Roger Daltrey performed songs including 'Stand by Me' and 'Won't Get Fooled Again.'
Stevie Wonder says his new albums were inspired by 'my children, family, change, growth, heartbreaks.' The new album titles by Stevie Wonder will reportedly be 'When the World Began' and 'Ten Billion Hearts.'
The new show produced by one Los Angeles opera company is performed in a train station and allows the public to interact with performers.
Public art projects like the pianos currently scattered all over Boston have the ability to reach thousands of people in an era when arts are often cut from the budget.
Hall and Oates, Peter Gabriel, and others were nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for the first time when the list for the class of 2014 was released. Hall and Oates, Linda Ronstadt, and others will learn if they made the cut next December.
From the Avett Brothers to First Aid Kit, singing in harmony is everywhere right now.