KRAZy Country 105.9 |
- Glen Campbell Moved to Health Care Facility
- Fresh Country Faces Flock to Tortuga Music Festival
- David Nail and David Cook on New Single, "Kiss You Tonight"
- Jason Aldean Joins Writers Rhett Akins and Ben Hayslip to Toast "When She Says Baby"
- Miranda Lambert: Off the Road to Recharge
- Martina McBride Tops Chart With Everlasting
- CMT Hits the Beach for Tortuga Music Festival
- Zac Brown Band Reveals Tour Dates
- 10 Things Greg Kinnear Taught Me About Heaven
- David Nail Recruits Best Voices to Sing With Him
- George Strait Prepares to Wrap His Final Tour
- Glen Campbell Moved Into an Alzheimer’s Care Facility
- Will Carrie Underwood Top the Chart on Top 20 Again This Week?
- Tim McGraw’s Sundown Heaven Tour Essentials
- Kip Moore Releases “Dirt Road” Single
- Taylor Swift Sells Out Shanghai Show in One Minute
- Dolly Parton Plans Special Record Store Day Release
- One Pan Nan: Get Nan Kelley’s Recipe for Apple Pie Moonshine Muffins
- Country Music Hall of Fame Celebrates Expansion with Grand Opening
- Justin Moore & Scott Borchetta Honored for Helping Military Families
Trick Pony was an American country music group formed in 1996 by Keith Burns, Ira Dean and Heidi Newfield. Under this original lineup, the group recorded three major-label studio albums: Trick Pony (2001), On a Mission (2002), and R.I.D.E. (2005). These albums produced a total of eight singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, of which the highest peaking was 2002's "On a Night Like This" at #4.