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- 2014 Americana Music Awards: The Performers
- Another Perspective on Miranda Lambert's Tears
- Blake Shelton Calls Cher "Music Royalty"
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- John Legend, Lee Ann Womack Tape CMT Crossroads
- Keith Urban Mourns, Adam Lambert Fills In
- 2014 Americana Music Awards: The Winners
- Grand Ole Opry Star George Hamilton IV Dies at Age 77
- Blake Shelton Welcomes New Coaches to The Voice
- Great American Country Visits American Field
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- Americana Music Festival: 10 Acts to Catch
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- A Day at the Tennessee Valley Fair
- Luke Bryan Will Kick Off Farm Tour 2014 on October 1
- Maddie & Tae Grew Up Fast to Sing Country Music
- Miranda Lambert Credits Kenny Chesney for Touring Success
Steve Azar was born and raised in Greenville, Mississippi at the entrance to the Mississippi Delta. His mother was raised above the family grocery store located on Highway 61 in Clarksdale, MS near the infamous “Crossroads”. “The Crossroads” is the intersection of Route 61 and Route 49, or the 61/49 split as they call it there, in Clarksdale, Mississippi, made famous in the Robert Johnson song, “Cross Road Blues”. This is where Delta Blues legend Robert Johnson supposedly sold his soul to the Devil in exchange for mastery of the blues, or so the story goes.