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.
Hear Loretta Lynn’s ‘Wouldn’t It Be Great,’ the Last Song She Wrote for Her Husband
"My husband liked to drink a lot and that's where that song comes from."
Lee Brice’s Romantic ‘Rumor’ Video Stars His Real-Life Wife
The leading lady of Brice's life proves to be a convincing love interest in this sweet video.
Drake White Confidently Looks Ahead Following Split from Label
Rather than see this as a setback, the singer is instead even more excited about the future.
Hear Cole Swindell’s Reflective ‘I’ll Be Your Small Town’
Cole has found him a California girl in this song.
Brett Young Headlining 2018 CMT on Tour
The tour takes its name from Young's next single.
See Jo Dee Messina’s Cover of Aretha Franklin’s ‘(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman’
"Her legacy will live on forever."
Kane Brown’s ‘Weekend’ Video Has Us Asking, ‘Is It Friday Yet?’
No, but seriously ...
Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley Brings His Son on the Road to Be a Present Dad
He doesn't want to be that dad who never gets to see his kids.
Carrie Underwood Says She and Mike Fisher ‘May Have Missed Our Chance to Have a Big Family…
Carrie's son, Isaiah, is now 3 years old.
Remember When Alabama Made Country Music History?
Thirty-three years ago, the group was recognized for selling 4 million copies of both their 1981 album 'Feels So Right' and 1982's 'Mountain Music.'