Sterling Whitaker is a Nashville-based musician and music journalist. He is the author of two books: 'Unsung Heroes of Rock Guitar' and 'The Grand Delusion: The Unauthorized True Story of Styx.' He has appeared as a guest on VH1, BBC Radio and radio all over North America. Whitaker is also very involved in animal rescue.
Remember When Garth Brooks Almost Didn’t Perform the National Anthem at the Super Bowl?
Garth Brooks reportedly nearly walked out on performing the national anthem at the Super Bowl in 1993 — and re-defined the rules for Super Bowl performers in the process.
Nastiest Lawsuits in Country Music
The music business is a high-stakes, high-risk venture, and it's not unusual for artists to wind up subject to lawsuits.
Remember Which Country Star Murdered His Wife?
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Little Big Town Tribute Glen Campbell With ‘Wichita Lineman’ at 2017 CMA Awards
Little Big Town paid tribute to Glen Campbell at the 2017 CMA Awards, performing a stunning cover of his classic hit, "Wichita Lineman."
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"Where were you when the world stopped turning that September day?"
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Holly Dunn Dies at 59
Singer Holly Dunn, best known for a string of hits in the 1980s, has passed away after a battle with cancer.
Faith Hill’s Mother Passes Away at 80
Faith Hill's mother, Edna Perry, has passed away at the age of 80 in a hospital in Jackson, Miss.
Remember When Elvis Presley Bombed on the Grand Ole Opry?
Elvis Presley's influence was enormously important to both rock and country music, but the iconic singer suffered through a humiliation at the Grand Ole Opry early in his career.
Remember When LeAnn Rimes Competed on ‘Star Search’?
LeAnn Rimes shot to overnight stardom in 1996 with the release of 'Blue,' becoming the youngest singer ever to win a Grammy for Best New Artist at age 14. But she actually got her first taste of the national spotlight years before that.