October 13th’s 2021 CMT Artists of the Year event from Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center will honor Chris Stapleton, Gabby Barrett, Kane Brown, Kelsea Ballerini, and Luke Combs. The festivities will emanate live from Music City at 9p/8c. Via a press release, it’s noted that “these five “Artists of the Year” collectively dominated the last 12... Read more »
The magic of Adia Victoria’s bluesy, countrified folk music comes from her creative essence existing in an unbothered realm where Black excellence is unified and equal to white-defined standards of American greatness. In 2020, her critically-acclaimed single “South Gotta Change” yearned for reparational social justice emboldened by her self-defined societal standards. One year later, her... Read more »
“Be comfortable in your skin, love who you are no matter shape, size, or color, take no bull and know your worth,” says Leah Turner to CMT in regards to the lessons best learned from her latest single, “Wax On The Table.” Talk of romance that burns as bright as a lit candle and keeps... Read more »
“I’m A Survivor” isn’t just the name of an iconic, two-decade-old Reba McEntire song. Rather, in a frightening moment, the legendary vocalist was recently saved from a crumbling Oklahoma structure. Close call for @reba in Atoka, Oklahoma Tuesday (9/14/21) Sure glad she and boyfriend Rex Linn are ok! While touring an old building, a staircase... Read more »
Embedded from www.youtube.com. Carly Pearce’s hotly-anticipated album 29: Written In Stone is to be released Friday, September 17. The rising superstar vocalist released “Never Wanted To Be That Girl,” a heartbreaking duet with Ashley McBryde, in preparation for the event. Locked in much the same vein of deep melancholy as much of McBryde’s 2020-released album... Read more »
Gov. Kevin Stitt announced on Thursday he has submitted a request to the Oklahoma Auditor and Inspector’s Office for an audit of the Oklahoma State Department of Education.
We are honoring our nurses, Oklahoma heroes!
Auto retailer Carvana, best known for its car vending machine, announced plans to open an inspection and reconditioning center in Oklahoma City that’s expected to bring more than 350 new jobs to the metro.
The woman explained that fear and misinformation were big factors in why her family members refused to be vaccinated.
This indictment alleges that, in 2017, Chauvin deprived a 14-year-old Black teenager of his right to be free of unreasonable force.