Randy Travis on His Return to Music: 'I Still Have a Lot to Share'

ACM Awards Quiz: Country Song or Celeb Memoir?

Confessional, raw, emotional: Are we talking about celeb memoirs, country songs … or your junior-high diary?

No comment on that last one, but in honor of Sunday’s ACM Awards, we’re testing your ability to tell the difference between star-penned tomes and boot-stomping ballads. Based on these titles and these titles alone, tell us: country song or celeb memoir?

Garth Brooks Surprises One Lucky Country Star Fan with a Night He'll 'Never Forget'

Apparently, Garth Brooks does have friends in low places.

Country singer Lee Brice was just a regular guy in the audience at Brooks’ Jan. 24 show in Boston, sitting in not-so-great seats. A fan even teased him about it on social media, posting a photo of Brice and asking, “@leebrice how do I have better seats than you?”

However, that all changed when Brooks invited Brice on stage to join him for a duet of “More Than a Memory.” The tune was actually penned by Brice and became his first No. 1 as a songwriter after Brooks recorded it in 2007.

Talk About a Good Week! Chris Young Gets an Award and Announces New Tour

Chris Young is already a chart-topping singer/songwriter – and now he can add role model to his résumé.

At the YoungArts organization’s annual Backyard Ball in January, Young was honored with the organization’s Arison Alumni Award for his outstanding career achievements. Young is a former member of the YoungArts program (uh, no relation), which looks to find and support the next generation of artists.

INFOGRAPHIC: How to Write a CMA-Nominated Song

Back in the 1970s, Nashville outlaw David Allan Coe famously said that the “perfect country and western song” had to include five things: Mama, trains, trucks, prison and getting drunk.

Today’s country seems to have its own recipe for success.

In honor of this week’s 48th annual CMA Awards, we analyzed the lyrics to all eight of the songs nominated for CMA single or song of the year:

Can You Picture Lee Brice in Red Lifeguard Shorts?

How well do you really know Lee Brice? Sure, you know he can make a girl swoon with his sweet lyrics, but did you know that he was once a lifeguard? Or was he ?

The smooth singer (whose new album I Don’t Dance comes out next Tuesday, Sept. 9) recently played Two Truths and a Lie with us – and we have to admit that even we learned a lot.

Think you know everything about him too? Test your knowledge by watching the video below – then let us know if you were right in the comments!

Luke Bryan Sets Stadium Ticket Sales Record at Pittsburgh's Heinz Field

He’s no quarterback, but Luke Bryan scored quite the touchdown on Saturday night.

The country star set the all-time record for ticket sales at Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field, welcoming more than 50,000 enthusiastic fans who came out to show him some summer love.

Bryan, 37, was overwhelmed by the support. “Just had the most unbelievable night of my life,” he said of the historic show, which featured appearances by Dierks Bentley and tourmates Cole Swindell and Lee Brice.

Lee Brice Welcomes Son Ryker Mobley

“Our brand new baby boy Ryker Mobley Brice was born healthy. My heart is full,” Brice, who is nominated for best country solo performance, writes.

Second Son on the Way for Lee Brice

The country singer and his wife Sara are expecting their second child together, Brice revealed Thursday on Facebook.