Living legend JIM ED BROWN returns to the stage of the Grand Ole Opry on Friday, January 30 and Saturday, January 31, following a four-month absence for treatment of lung cancer. Brown will appear both nights during the 8:45 p.m. CT segment, and will sign copies of his new CD,IN STYLE AGAIN, at the Opry Store on Saturday from 9:15-10 p.m. Fans can listen to the performances live as they stream on wsmonline.com.
It’s been almost a decade since T. Graham Brown has released a new studio album, but that drought comes to an end today with the release of Forever Changed.The disc is released by Mansion Entertainment and distributed by Sony RED Distribution and Provident. The album is also available through Cracker Barrel Old Country Store. Brown co-produced the disc with Mark L. Carman.Read More»
Ronnie McDowell is highly respected by his peers and loved by his fans. Radio favorites and chart topper’s such as “Older Women” and “You’re Gonna Ruin My Bad Reputation,” along with “Watchin’ Girls Go By,” “All Tied Up” and “In A New York Minute” laid the foundation to an impressive career spanning more than forty years.Read More»
Grand Ole Opry star Jim Ed Brown’s first CD release in 30 years, IN STYLE AGAIN, rolls out , . The 13-track disc features guest stars Vince Gill, The Whites and The Browns – and reunites Jim Ed with long-time duet partner Helen Cornelius.Read More»
NBC has signed a development deal with Dolly Parton, one of the most honored female country musicians of all time and an American icon.Read More»
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Groups representing teachers, school boards, and district administrators say they've reached a deal on proposed changes to what can be negotiated in contracts.
An early morning fire has gutted a North Topeka home.
A mid-afternoon wreck shut down a stretch of Highway 24 near the border between Douglas Co. and Jefferson Co. for four hours Wednesday afternoon.