Jerry Chesnut, the writer of such hits as Jerry Lee Lewis’ “Another Place, Another Time,” Faron Young’s “It’s Four in the Morning” and George Jones’ “A Good Year for the Roses,” died Saturday (Dec. 15) at the age of 87.
When Aspen Van Horn was five months old, she’d been diagnosed with a neuroblastoma tumor. She went on to have two blood transfusions, three rounds of chemo and surgery to remove most of the tumor, according to officials at the Children’s Hospital Foundation. Because of all that treatment, Aspen will turn three in January. She... […]
Toby Keith speaks with CMT.com exclusively about the deadline that nearly stalled his career before it had a chance to begin. Keith talks 25th anniversary of “Should’ve Been a Cowboy” and how Clint Eastwood inspired The Mule’s “Don’t Let the Old Man In.”