Country Music Hall Of Fame

His passing comes eight years after the country rock legend was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, which he revealed publicly in 2017.

Jeff Cook, a Country Music Hall of Fame member as one of the co-founders of the country group Alabama, died Monday at age 73 at his home in Destin, Florida. He had been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2012 and revealed his condition to the public in 2017. Cook was…

Bob Dylan performed a heartfelt tribute to the late Jerry Lee Lewis during his show in Nottingham on Oct. 28, covering his 1970 hit “I Can’t Seem to Say Goodbye.” After erroneous reports of the 87-year-old’s death circulated earlier this week, Lewis’ death was officially confirmed Friday morning. “Judith, his…

The former Fleetwood Mac frontman will play just over a dozen shows all over the U.S. this year.

Rock ‘n’ roll icon Jerry Lee Lewis died Friday after a false report of his passing earlier this week.

The country music industry is bringing Alan Jackson his roses in a big way in 2022. He was announced Thursday as this year’s recipient of the Country Music Association’s top lifetime honor, officially dubbed the Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award, with a tribute performance set to take place on Nov.…

Jerry Lee Lewis remains alive, despite a report from TMZ that the rock ‘n roll pioneer had died. The story set off a wave of mourning before it was retracted by the site Wednesday. “He’s alive. TMZ reported erroneously off of a bullshit anonymous tip,” Lewis’ rep told Variety. Lewis…

Rock ‘n’ roll legend Jerry Lee Lewis died Wednesday at his home in Memphis. He was 87.

“Jerry Lee doesn’t ask for your attention. He demands it. He doesn’t take a stage. He commands it.”

Grammy winning singer and arranger Anita Kerr, whose vocal ensemble the Anita Kerr Singers became a staple of hit pop and country recordings in the 1950s and ’60s, has died at age 94. Her daughter Kelley Kerr confirmed the death in a social media post, writing, “Such sad news and…

California is in the house, and will be for the next three years, at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville. A major exhibition, “Western Edge: The Roots and Reverberations of Los Angeles Country-Rock,” has just opened and will run through 2025. The must-see walk-through traces a…