Amy Sciarretto has scribbled for Kerrang! Spin, Revolver, Alternative Press, Noisecreep, Spinner, ARTISTdirect and Teen People, to name a few, as well as Taste of Country, GuySpeed and more. Google her and you'll see she's an expert on rock, metal, pop, movies and lip gloss. She's also Roadrunner's publicist, an author, a green tea drinker, a Jer-Z native (born in South Jersey, currently residing in North Jersey), a Philly sports fan and a bulldog owner.
Keith Urban Reveals Wife Nicole Kidman’s Role in Chopping His Hair
Keith Urban is one of the best coiffed men in music in general, not just the country genre. When he chopped his locks, people noticed. Did his wife, Oscar-winning actress Nicole Kidman, factor into the decision to go short?
Lauren Alaina Releasing ‘Grown Up Christmas List’ for Special Olympics
Lauren Alaina has recorded and is releasing a cover of the festive classic 'Grown Up Christmas List.' The digital song will be available on iTunes on Dec. 10 and it's for a cause that is of critical importance to the singer.
Jennifer Nettles Has Noodly Nicknames for Son Magnus
Sugarland singer Jennifer Nettles is in love with being a mom – that's abundantly clear. Her son Magnus Hamilton Miller just celebrated his first birthday (Dec. 6) and has brought tons of joy into mommy's life. She revealed that she and husband Justin Miller have plenty of noodly nic…
Kacey Musgraves Sustains Minor Injury on Set of ‘Follow Your Arrow’ Video
Poor Kacey Musgraves. The newly-minted Grammy nominee, who is up for several awards on Music's Biggest Night including the all-genre Best New Artist category, sustained a minor injury while on set of her new video for 'Follow Your Arrow,' which drops soon.
LeAnn Rimes, Rob Thomas Get Fired Up in Playful ‘Gasoline and Matches’ Video
LeAnn Rimes recruited some A-list musical friends for her song 'Gasoline and Matches,' namely Matchbox Twenty singer Rob Thomas and guitarist Jeff Beck. Both of the tune's guests appear in the fun, light-hearted video, albeit in different and unique ways.
Lee Brice and Wife Welcome Baby Boy
It's been a fantastic week for Lee Brice. Not only did he notch a pair of Grammy nominations, but on Sunday (Dec. 8), he officially announced that his wife Sara has given birth to a baby boy!
Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert and Brantley Gilbert to Headline 2014 Country Thunder Wiscon…
The 2014 Country Thunder event in Twin Lakes, Wisc. doesn't take place until July, but organizers are already gearing up for the big event by making a major announcement about the talent that will take the stage. They've revealed a trio of powerhouse headliners: Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambe…
Love and Theft Babies Jett and Camden Meet, Become Instant Friends
Baby BFFs! Love and Theft expanded their collective family on Monday (Dec. 2) when band member Stephen Barker Liles and fiancee Jenna Kennedy welcomed their newborn son Jett Barker Liles.
Granger Smith Ditches the Cubicle for Country Air in ‘Miles and Mud Tires’ Video
Granger Smith plays an office drone and cubicle dweller in the 'Miles and Mud Tires' video -- at first, anyway. He doesn't last long in that closed-off environment, happily trading it for something a little more ... country.
Garth Brooks Announces Two More Las Vegas Shows, This Time With His Band
Garth Brooks has booked two new dates at his favorite Las Vegas haunt -- the Wynn Las Vegas -- in early January. While the country music legend has done several years worth of insanely successful solo residencies at the Encore Theater, these two dates will be extra special.
Jake Owen Used to Feel Empty, But Now His Life Has Substance
Jake Owen has achieved an enviable measure of success in country music over the past few years. The singer, who is releasing 'Days of Gold' on Tuesday (Dec. 3), is grateful for his professional achievements, but truth be told, it's his personal rewards he's most proud of -- espec…
Rascal Flatts Figure Out ‘A Strange Way to Save the World’ at 2013 ‘CMA Country Christmas’
The 2013 'CMA Country Christmas' special was a mixed bag of upbeat, fun and festive holiday classics along with several heartfelt, sincere, hymn-like songs. Rascal Flatts performed twice and chose to be lighthearted for one track and more thoughtful with the other.