• GAC's Top 20 Country Countdown Hall of Fame

    Each week GAC features the videos that you, the fans, have voted as your favorites. Hundreds of videos make their way onto our ballot each year. If a video reaches and remains on the Top 20 chart for 15 weeks, it will be retired from the ballot. When a video makes it all the way to No. 1, it joins our Top 20 Hall of Fame list.

  • Our Insider Travel Tips

    Traveling to Nashville? Here are our tips to make your trip to Music City a memorable one!

  • Top 25 Country Couples

    Valentine's Day is near, and GAC has love fever! Love has inspired some of the greatest songs, most interesting stories and significant family dynasties in the genre. We’ve assembled our list of the "Top 25 Country Couples."

  • GAC's Top 50 Videos of 2009 Chart

    The votes have been counted and the show has been shot! GAC's Top 50 Videos of 2009 was presented by host Martina McBride and her specials guests: Trace Adkins, Chris Young, Jack Ingram and John Rich!

  • Miranda Lambert Cut-By-Cut

    Get the stories behind the songs on Miranda Lambert's 2009 CD, Revolution!

  • Love and Theft Releases World Wide Open

    Love and Theft Releases Debut Album World Wide Open. Order your copy today!

  • Justin Moore

    "With this album, I really got to make my record, which can be a rarity for a new act, and I’m very thankful to everybody here for allowing me to do that. My goal was to make sure people knew what I was about as an artist as well as a person. "I liked those guys growing up where you felt like they were just one of you, except they had a really cool job and got to play music. That’s kind of what I’ve tried to be in my career. After we play shows, I just hang out and drink beer with people in the clubs."--Justin Moore

  • Reba McEntire on Keep On Loving You

    Reba McEntire talks about each song on her CD, Keep On Loving You!

  • 2009 Music City Walk of Fame Induction Ceremony

    Browse our photos of Josh Turner, Marty Stuart and more at the 2009 Music City Walk of Fame induction ceremony!

  • Top 10 Summer Tours of 2009: Keith Urban

    Expected to be one of the biggest concert events of the summer, Keith Urban's Escape Together World Tour will kick off with two nights at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut. At Keith's insistence, a select number of $20 seats will be made available for all tour dates. Keith welcomes a long list of opening acts on different dates: Sugarland, Taylor Swift, Jason Aldean, Lady Antebellum, Dierks Bentley, Zac Brown Band and Glen Campbell.

  • Top 10 Summer Tours of 2009: Taylor Swift

    It's only natural that Taylor Swift, who topped Nielsen SoundScan’s all-genre year-end music sales report as 2008’s top-selling artist, would tour as a headliner this year. Taylor will take her North American Fearless Tour 2009 to 52 cities in 38 states and provinces in the US and Canada over the span of 6 months. In most markets, ticket prices will start at only $20 plus local fees.

  • Top 10 Summer Tours of 2009: George Strait

    April showers bring May flowers ? and the start of George Strait's touring season. One special date not to miss: on June 6, George will headline the opening of the Dallas Cowboys new stadium, joined by Reba McEntire, Blake Shelton and Julianne Hough.

  • Top 10 Summer Tours of 2009: Brad Paisley

    Reigning ACM and CMA Male Vocalist winner Brad Paisley starts the summer with his American Saturday Night Tour, featuring special guests Dierks Bentley and Jimmy Wayne. So far the tour plans to hit 41 cities, beginning with Charlotte, N.C. Don't miss it!

  • Top 10 Summer Tours of 2009: Tim McGraw

    Superstar Tim McGraw will be entertaining the masses this summer at a bevy of fairs and festivals across the country. When he's not touring, he'll likely be working on his new film, "The Blind Side," also starring Sandra Bullock.

  • Top 10 Summer Tours of 2009: Toby Keith

    Touring veteran Toby Keith welcomes fellow country star Trace Adkins to his America's Toughest Tour. Will there be any Waylon & Willie-type duets between the two? One can only hope!

  • Top 10 Summer Tours of 2009: Alan Jackson

    Alan Jackson carries his Good Time Tour into the summer, keeping a light schedule of fairs and festivals — so if he's in your area, be sure to catch this Georgia superstar!

  • Top 10 Summer Tours of 2009: Rascal Flatts

    After a record-breaking seventh consecutive Vocal Group of the Year win at the ACM Awards and the release of their sixth studio CD, Unstoppable, Rascal Flatts' Gary LeVox, Jay DeMarcus and Joe Don Rooney are living up to the album title with their American Living Unstoppable Tour. The band welcomes Darius Rucker as their opening act.

  • Top 10 Summer Tours of 2009: Kenny Chesney

    Nearly a quarter of Kenny Chesney’s 50 shows in 2009 will be stadium events. While his arena and amphitheater concerts will feature opening acts Miranda Lambert and Lady Antebellum, the 12 Sun City Carnival stadium events add Sugarland and Montgomery Gentry to the festivities.

  • Top 10 Summer Tours of 2009: Trace Adkins

    Fresh off his ACM Single of the Year win for "You're Gonna Miss This," Trace criss-crosses the country this summer, doing solo dates as well as opening for Toby Keith on his America's Toughest Tour. Don't miss this!

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