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Dierks Bentley’s Seven Peaks Festival Returns

Dierks Bentley announced on Friday (Feb. 15) his Seven Peaks Festival will return for a second year to Buena Vista, Co. on Labor Day weekend.

Florida Georgia Line On Their Accidental Ode to ’90s Country

Florida Georgia Line talks to CMT.com about their new album "Can't Say I Ain't Country," and the iconic country music era that inadvertently inspired it.

Ashley McBryde Talks Enviable First John Prine Concert

It was in Aug. 2017 before her major label debut Girl Goin’ Nowhere arrived, and she was on her way home to Tennessee after a performance at Ohio’s Jamboree in the Hills when her songwriter friend, Blue Foley, called with a gig of a lifetime: picking at the Prine family reunion in Elizabethtown, Ky.

Hot 20: Kacey Musgraves and Women’s Domination at 2019 Grammys

Hot 20 Countdown’s Grammy coverage with Katie Cook continues on an all-new episode airing Saturday and Sunday (Feb. 16-17) at 9 a.m. ET. Check out more of what was said on women’s domination at the Grammys in the winners’ backstage comments.

Garth Brooks, the George Strait Super Fan

On Wednesday night (Feb. 13), Garth Brooks was all of us. He is, at his core, a country music fan just like the rest of us. “I love country music, because it spans so many things. I’ll never forget the first time I heard George Strait. I’ve wanted to be George Strait my whole life,”... Read more »

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OSU basketball: Dziagwa’s career game not enough to save Cowboys from record drought

By Nathan RuizAUSTIN, Texas — A big afternoon from one Oklahoma State captain wasn’t enough to eclipse a quiet game from the other two.Despite a career-high 23 points from Thomas Dziagwa, OSU suffered a 69-57 loss to Texas on Saturday afternoon in the Frank Erwin Center.

For Paul George, this All-Star Weekend – this season – is a little different

By Erik HorneCHARLOTTE, N.C. – Paul George was already at the podium when he was noticed by maybe the youngest person at the Bojangles Center.

OU basketball: Sooners snap 5-game losing streak to sweep TCU

By Joe MussattoFORT WORTH, Texas — Kristian Doolittle sunk the game’s final two free throws and jogged back down the floor, not at all trying to conceal a smile that was surely one of relief. Oklahoma’s five game losing streak is over.

Russian court orders U.S. investor, Oklahoma native, held for 2 months

From Staff ReportsMOSCOW — A Moscow court has ordered a U.S. investment fund manager, an Oklahoma native, to be jailed for two months while facing fraud charges.Michael Calvey, founder and senior partner at Baring Vostok equity firm, was detained Friday morning along with two other fund managers.Prosecutors say Calvey is suspected of embezzling 2.5 billion rubles ($37 million) from Vostochny Bank, where Baring Vostok has a controlling stake.But Calvey said during his court appearance Saturday that the charges against him are likely connected to an arbitration case that Baring Vostok initiated against some Vostochny Bank shareholders.Calvey, who graduated from Bishop McGuinness High School in Oklahoma City and has a business degree from the University of Oklahoma, is the brother of Oklahoma County Commissioner Kevin Calvey, a former Republican state lawmaker.Kevin Calvey helped finance his 2010 congressional campaign with more than $250,000 in investment gains and donations tied to his brother.

FINAL: Texas 69, Oklahoma State 57

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