Annie Reuter is a music journalist based in Nashville. After years of covering the country scene in New York City, the New Jersey native moved to Music City where she enjoys attending writers rounds and learning the stories behind her favorite songs.
Carly Pearce Might Be in Bed Before the Ball Drops on New Year’s Eve
The singer isn't one for big New Year's Eve celebrations. In fact, she just might be asleep when the clock strikes midnight on Jan. 1.
Bluegrass Legend Curly Seckler Dies at 98
The multi-instrumentalist and tenor singer was inducted into the Bluegrass Hall of Fame in 2004 as well as the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame.
Carrie Underwood’s Dogs Had a Cozy Christmas
Where's Carrie Underwood? Who knows, but Ace and Penny had a warm and cozy holiday!
Florida Georgia Line Join ‘Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve’ Lineup
We're gonna cruise the channel right on over to Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve.
Kimberly Schlapman Tributes Grandmother Who Died Just Before Christmas
The singer's grandmother died on Dec. 23.
Is Luke Combs’ ‘One Number Away’ a Hit? Listen and Sound Off!
"One Number Away" tells the story of a man trying his best not to call an ex on the phone.
Brett Eldredge Slips Into a Santa Suit, Edgar Becomes a Reindeer and … Oh Boy!
Brett is basically country's Buddy the Elf when it comes to Christmas spirit.
Kenny Chesney Brings a Couple Together at Nashville Concert
Their wedding song should probably be a Kenny Chesney song.
Sam Hunt Recalls the Christmas He Received a Horse
"One Christmas I got a Mustang that I named Comanche," he recalls.
Chris Stapleton, Thomas Rhett Round Out ‘2018 Grammy Nominees’ Album
The predominately pop album includes five country songs.
Kalie Shorr, Lindsay Ell and Kelleigh Bannen Make ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ a Girl Anthem
Girl power looks like this.
Songwriter Richard Dobson Dead at 75
He penned songs for Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Guy Clark, Carlene Carter and David Allan Coe.