Annie Reuter is a music journalist based in Nashville. After years of covering the country scene in New York City, the New Jersey native moved to Music City where she enjoys attending writers rounds and learning the stories behind her favorite songs.
Dierks Bentley Brings His Mom as His ‘Only the Brave’ Movie Premiere Date
"Me, mom and first responders and firefighters on red carpet," he captions three photos on Instagram with his mother by his side.
Kenny Rogers Is Getting a Music City Walk of Fame Star
Kenny Rogers is the latest artist to be inducted into Nashville's Music City Walk of Fame.
Brett Eldredge Shares Smokin’ Teenage Throwback Photo
Brett Eldredge poked fun at his teenage self when he shared a throwback picture to social media.
Miley Cyrus, Jimmy Fallon Recreate ‘Islands in the Stream’ as Dolly and Kenny [Watch]
Miley Cyrus channeled her godmother, Dolly Parton, during Miley Week on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
Blake Shelton + Gwen Stefani Share the Stage at Ole Red Restaurant Opening [Watch]
Blake Shelton had one heck of a surprise for fans attending his opening of Ole Red in Tishomingo, Okla.
Garth Brooks Puts on ‘For Vegas’ T-Shirt for Indianapolis Concert
Garth Brooks performed in Indianapolis on Thursday night (Oct. 5), marking his first concert since a man open fired at the Route 91 Harvest Festival.
Route 91 Headliner Sam Hunt Shares Simple, But Profound Message
Sam Hunt headlined Route 91 Harvest Festival on Saturday night (Sept. 30), 24 hours before a man open fired on a crowd of 22,000 fans, killing 58 people and injuring 530.
Luke Combs Recounts Being Side-Stage During Las Vegas Massacre
In an interview with the Today show on Monday (Oct. 2), the singer says at first he thought the gunshots were pyrotechnics.
CBS Executive Fired for ‘Deeply Unacceptable’ Facebook Post About Las Vegas Shooting
CBS has fired one of its lawyers due to a Facebook post she made after the mass shooting in Las Vegas that killed 59 patrons of Route 91 Harvest Festival on Sunday (Oct. 1).
Route 91 Worker Refused to Leave Victim’s Body Until Girlfriend Could Reach Him
Instead of running for her safety as people fled the Route 91 Festival grounds, bartender Heather Gooze stayed to help.