Country duo Brothers Osborne will be honored with the Vanguard Award at ASCAP's Country Music Awards on November 11th in Nashville.

The award recognizes ASCAP members who are "shaping the future of music".  

As previously announced, the upcoming ASCAP Country Music Awards will also honor Randy Travis with the Founders Award. 

Midland lead singer Mark Wystrach married Ty Haney, the CEO of Texas-based clothing brand Outdoor Voices, on Tuesday. The pair's weding was "a quiet lil ceremony".

Photos from Wystrach and Haney's big day show him in a casual tan suit and her in a flowy white dress, saying their vows and showing off their new golden rings. Their dogs and family members surround them in a few of the shots.

The couple announced their engagement on May 28th.  

In July, Wystrach and Haney announced that they are expecting a baby together as well. The couple's first child will be a girl, and she is due in November.

Randy Travis is canceling all but three dates of his upcoming The Music of Randy Travis tour.

Shows are still scheduled at Victory Theatre in Evansville, Indiana, on October 17th, at Island View Casino in Gulfport, Mississippi, on October 19th and Nashville's famed Ryman Auditorium on October 28th, but the rest have been abandoned for the time being. 
Travis' rep explains the country star has nixed the dates due to production and content issues. Travis’ team plans to focus their efforts on the three remaining shows and hopes to add more markets on Travis’ next trek.

This was to be Travis' first tour since suffering a stroke in 2013 that left him unable to sing as he used to, with James Dupré filling the iconic singer's boots. Travis would attend all the shows and possibly sing on the beloved, chart-topping track “Forever and Ever, Amen.”

Luke Combs has unveiled the track list for his forthcoming second album, "What You See Is What You Get", and the new batch of songs features both Brooks & Dunn (on the already released "1, 2 Many") and Combs' idol Eric Church (on a song called "Does to Me").

Luke says the album will show a softer side of his personality, brought out in part by his relationship with his fiancee, Nicole Hocking. The new album's final track, "Better Together," speaks to the evolution of their relationship -- and, Combs says, more tracks inspired by his real-life love story are sure to come.

More specifically, "Better Together" and another love song on the new project, "Nothing Like You," were inspired by the ways in which life as a touring artist tests a relationship.

On the whole, Combs concludes, he didn't stray too far from the musical model that made his debut album so successful. "I would say it's more of the same -- in a good way."

Country singers Carly Pearce and Michael Ray have tied the knot after a year of dating.
The “Every Little Thing” songstress and the Florida native married in Nashville on Sunday, with about 100 family members and friends attending.

The wedding took place at Drakewood Farm, about 15 miles north of downtown Nashville. Located on 40 rolling acres, the venue features a 19th-century mansion, three barns and a pavilion.

Pierce said, “Knowing without a shadow of a doubt that I didn’t settle for something less than truly the person that I think was made for me is something that I am thankful for."

Ray adds, “No matter what, I have her in my corner. No matter what, she has me in her corner. I tell her, you’re never going to face anything alone. Never will there be anything in life that you don’t look over and I’m standing beside you.”

The wedding came shortly after the couple obtained a marriage license in Nashville on September 9.  
The couple confirmed their relationship in July 2018 with matching Instagram. photos of them hugging on a couch backstage at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville.  

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood are getting through the hurdles of marriage together.

Garth told Us Weekly,  “We’re coming up on 14 years of marriage so we’re kind of in that stage where we have discussions that are intense, a little more than usual."

However, he said that their disagreements help him understand a different viewpoint. Garth explains, “I think how she inspires me is she thinks differently than me. And so it forces you out of just what you think you know, into what don’t you know, and to look over in there."

Yearwood joked, “I think what he’s saying is that he listens to me and I’m usually right."

Jon Pardi proposed to longtime girlfriend Summer Duncan during his show Wednesday night at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. Label mate Dierks Bentley shared a photo with the caption, "[Jon Pardi] crushing the [Ryman] stage and crushing life ... so proud of you, pal. Killer show with my all-time fav encore. Congrats to you and [Summer Duncan]." 

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill celebrated their 23rd wedding anniversary on Sunday.

Both singers posted throwback photos to social media, showing the pair smiling happily together in earlier years. McGraw wrote, "23 years and I can't wait for the next 50."
Meanwhile, Hill wrote a simple, romantic ode: "To my one and only, Happy Anniversary, my love," adding a long string of heart emojis.

Keith Urban has announced the all-star lineup of artists who will perform at the 2020 All for the Hall concert to benefit the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Blake Shelton, Chris Stapleton, Tanya Tucker, Luke Combs, Brothers Osborne, Ingrid Andress, Lauren Daigle and Tenille Townes will join Urban onstage at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville for All for the Hall on Monday, February 10th, 2020, presented by City National Bank. Additional artists are to be announced.

The theme for the 2020 event is "All for the Hall: Under the Influence." Each artist will perform a song recorded by an artist whose music had a strong influence on them, as well as one of their own hits. The idea was inspired by Ken Burns' recent Country Music documentary series on PBS.

Urban made his announcement on Thursday night when he took the ice to perform between periods of the Nashville Predators’ home opener against the Minnesota Wild. The All for the Hall event launched in 2005, and has since raised $3.4 million in support of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s education programs.

Tickets for 2020's All for the Hall event are set to go on sale on Friday, October 18th, 2019, at 10AM CT via and the Bridgestone Arena box office. 

Kelsea Ballerini and pop star Halsey are teaming for the next "CMT Crossroads".  The young superstars will perform at the Ascend Amphitheater in downtown Nashville on October 11th for the 70th episode in the show’s revered 18-year history.

The all-ages show will be general admission, and ticketing details will be posted on prior to the show. The show will be airing on CMT in early 2020.