Miranda Lambert's emotional moment with a soldier's sign sent us on a search for some more of country music's best military tributes. Artists are overwhelmingly supportive of the troops, with dozens of planned tributes every year. These five moments were spontaneous decisions to honor one particular soldier, or his family.
Garth Brooks is giving fans an even closer look at his recording process. In a video uploaded to Facebook Monday night (Aug. 29), Brooks walks viewers into the studio where songs like "Friends in Low Places" and "The Dance" were cut.
Keith Urban sure knows how to have a good time. The singer recently wanted to thank his tour mates and crew for an enjoyable summer, and decided to treat everyone to an outdoor water slide and an ice cream truck filled with coffee and desserts.
In times of tragedy, country music heals. Songs from some of the genre's best artists are used as therapy during great personal and national strife. No song has unified quite like Alan Jackson's "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)."
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