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Keith Urban: Cop Car
Keith Urban's latest studio album Fuse debuted at No. 1 a few weeks ago – and "Cop Car" is already a fan favorite. Watch this powerful performance of the song at Ram Country Live!
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The Ram Country Report
Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert each have big duets coming out with some major stars. But while one was pretty relaxed about their collaboration, the other was a "bucket of nerves!" Find out what went down in this week's Ram Country Report.
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Sara Evans: Slow Me Down
Could this song get any sexier? Watch Sara Evans' acoustic performance of the smoldering lead single off her new album Slow Me Down.
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Sara Evans: Not Over You
Check out this incredible performance of Gavin DeGraw’s ballad about a love that just won’t let go and find out why Sara Evans ranks this tune as one of her top five favorite songs she’s ever recorded.
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Sara Evans: Stronger
Watch Sara blow the roof off with her incomparable voice in this performance of her number one single from the number one album, Stronger.
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Sara Evans: Exclusive Interview
Multi-platinum singer Sara Evans is no stranger to the pitfalls of life in the public eye. Find out how the gorgeous country star, who’s also mom to a blended family of seven, finds time to balance career and family in an exclusive interview.
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The Ram Country Report
20 years ago, Tim McGraw's first hit single cracked the Top 10 and catapulted him to stardom. But the song garnered attention for more than just being catchy – what was all the fuss about? Find out in this week's Ram Country Report.
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Eli Young Band: Dust
Watch Eli Young Band perform their latest single off their new album, 10,000 Towns, the follow up to their platinum-certified, 2011 breakout album Life At Best.
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Eli Young Band: 10,000 Towns
Maybe it’s because Eli Young Band have built their career on the road or maybe it’s because the foursome has been a band since their college days in Texas that they know about small town nights, either way this acoustic version of the title track off their new album will make you nostalgic for those good old days.
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Eli Young Band: Drunk Last Night
Check out this acoustic performance of Eli Young Band's chart-topping single that just aches with the regret of a night gone too far.
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