Sterling Whitaker is a Nashville-based musician and music journalist. He is the author of two books: 'Unsung Heroes of Rock Guitar' and 'The Grand Delusion: The Unauthorized True Story of Styx.' He has appeared as a guest on VH1, BBC Radio and radio all over North America. Whitaker is also very involved in animal rescue.
Glen Campbell’s Will Excludes Three of His Children
Glen Campbell specifically excluded three of his eight children from his will, according to documents filed in a Nashville court.
Remember When Garth Brooks Hit No. 1 With a Billy Joel Song?
Garth Brooks has had a huge string of top country hits, but did you know that one of his biggest songs was written by Billy Joel?
Dolly Parton’s Sister ‘Disgusted’ Over Country Music’s Silence on Sexual Assault
Dolly Parton's sister is opening up about what she says is country music's lack of response to allegations of sexual assault by a prominent publicist.
Austin Rick Corrects the Record on Kirt Webster Sexual Assault Allegations
Austin Rick opens up about his sexual assault allegations against Nashville publicist Kirt Webster and their aftermath.
Tim McGraw, Faith Hill Announce Details of First Joint Album, ‘The Rest of Our Life’
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have announced the details for their first-ever collaborative album. The superstar couple will release The Rest of Our Life on Nov. 17.
Jason Aldean Fears for His Children After Las Vegas Shooting
Jason Aldean was tremendously shaken after experiencing the horrifying mass shootings in Las Vegas on Sunday (Oct. 1), and he has shared his fears for the world in a new social media post, saying, "This world is becoming the kind of place I am afraid to raise my children in."
Oak Ridge Boys’ Joe Bonsall Shares Update After Surgery [Pictures]
Oak Ridge Boys singer Joe Bonsall turned to social media to update fans about his recovery after undergoing surgery recently for a genetic condition.
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Goes Viral With Tweet Supporting NFL Protests
Dale Earnhardt. Jr., caused a sensation on Twitter Monday (Sept. 25) when he posted a message in support of the NFL players who have been protesting during the national anthem over the weekend.
Remember When Kenny Chesney Wrote a No. 1 Hit for Rascal Flatts?
Rascal Flatts scored one of their biggest hits in 2007 with a song titled "Take Me There," but many fans might not realize that Kenny Chesney helped write the song before passing on it for himself.