Indiana State University student Asa Blanton appeared to respond to Beyonce's country album by declaring that Black people can't be country.


Two tracks on “Cowboy Carter,” “Spaghettii” and “The Linda Martell Show,” include spoken word commentary from Martell

Beyoncé fans are forcing country radio stations to play her new single, “Texas Hold ‘Em," amid a debate about the song's musical genre.


A part of CMT's Next Women of Country class of 2021, the trio received praise from Country music greats Loretta Lynn and Dolly Parton.

Dolly Parton is eager for Beyonce to bless fans with a powerhouse rendition of her 1974 classic "Jolene."

Even going to a music festival is dangerous.

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Several viewers took to social media to spew racist comments about her performance.

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama turned the White House into a country music hall on Monday, inviting an array of country stars for a concert that gave voice “to the emotions of everyday life.” Cowboy hats and bolo ties mixed with the majestic chandeliers of the East Room for a toe-tapping series of performances […]