Nitty Gritty from Music City – Fri. Jan. 25th

Trace Adkins, Jimmie Allen, Cassadee Pope, Tyler Rich and Runaway June will play a February 11 benefit concert in Thousand Oaks, California to benefit victims of last November’s shooting at The Borderline bar.

Dolly Parton will be honored with an exhibit at the Grammy Music Hall of Fame starting February 4. Diamonds In A Rhinestone World: The Costumes Of Dolly Parton will include costumes the singer has worn in concert and for album covers over her career. It will run through mid March.

Willie Nelson is on tonight’s episode of Austin City Limits (11p ET, PBS).

One of Nashville’s most iconic spots, The Bluebird Cafe, has a documentary on the way, and it’ll premiere at the SXSW Film Festival in March in Austin. The 90-minute film features performances by Garth Brooks, Vince Gill, Maren Morris, Taylor Swift and many more. The documentary captures captures the original stories of music royalty and follows emerging singer-songwriters as they chase their dreams.

Randy Houser will perform his latest, What Whiskey Does, on the February 5 episode of Late Night With Jimmy Kimmel Live.

When it comes to being a mom, Carrie Underwood is hands on and looks forward to bringing second son Jacob on the road for her Cry Pretty 360 Tour in the spring. Carrie says she took her oldest son, Isaiah, with her on the road at 11 months and it was her that got up with him in the middle of the night, not someone else, a fact she’s very proud of.

Pistol Annies member Angaleena Presley welcomed a baby girl, Phoenix Joleena Jean Powell, January 22 with husband Jordan Powell. The couple have been married since 2012. Angaleena also has a 12-year-old son, Jed, from a previous relationship.

Big & Rich, Kelsea Ballerini and Rodney Atkins will headline the 2019 Headwaters Country Jam, June 13-15 in Three Forks, Montana. Other performers will include Mark Chesnutt, Lanco, Michael Ray, Tyler Rich and Walker Hayes.