Laura McClellan has been writing since she can remember -- her earliest journals take place in the Lisa Frank era -- and began pursuing her passion professionally as a freelance writer in 2011. Since then, she has worked in Public Relations and has written artist bios, magazine articles and blog posts, among other projects. McClellan moved to Nashville in 2006 to attend Belmont University, where she earned a degree in PR and fell in love with the city. She also loves Tina Fey, pizza, Twitter, classic fiction, Netflix and judging musical performances from her couch. Laura lives in Nashville with her husband and their orange cat, Beckett.
Jason Aldean Reveals the Influence Behind Baby Boy Memphis’ Unique Name
Jason Aldean isn’t a Tennessee native, so it seems a little off-brand for him to name his first son Memphis. Or maybe not?
Meghan Linsey Receives Death Threats After Taking a Knee at Titans Game
Meghan Linsey walked on the field at the Titans-Seahawks game on Sept. 24 to sing the National Anthem, but she left having taken a stand. Or rather, a knee.
Ellen DeGeneres Spoofs Taylor Swift’s ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ Video
Taylor Swift's “Look What You Made Me Do" video has more than 400 million views, but she’s not the real star ... at least according to Ellen DeGeneres.
Dierks Bentley Shares New Song ‘Hold the Light’ From ‘Only the Brave’ Movie [Listen]
Dierks Bentley has released a poignant ballad titled "Hold the Light," which is appearing in a new movie called 'Only the Brave. '
Faith Hill Gets the Royal Treatment on Her 50th Birthday! [Watch]
Hard to believe though it may be, country queen Faith Hill has hit a milestone — her 50th birthday. And her family and friends didn’t let it go by quietly.
Singer-Songwriter Mark Selby Dead at 56
Mark Selby, the songwriter behind the Dixie Chicks’ “There’s Your Trouble” and Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s “Blue on Black," is dead.
Carrie Underwood’s Men are Bonafide Studs in Suits — See the Pics!
It’s confirmed: both of Carrie Underwood’s men — big and little — are studs.
Jennifer Nettles’ ‘King of the City’ Is Powerful Immigration Song Inspired by 9/11
Jennifer Nettles has released a poignant new song about the value of immigrants in the United States called "King of the City," championing the hard working families who’ve immigrated to the country.
Jason Aldean Pays Tribute to Troy Gentry With ‘Lonely and Gone’
Jason Aldean played a show in New Jersey Sept. 9, the day after Troy Gentry’s death, and took the opportunity to pay tribute to the country mainstay by playing a Montgomery Gentry song.
Kenny Chesney’s House Destroyed by Hurricane Irma, But He’s Helping Others
Kenny Chesney's vacation house was destroyed in Hurricane Irma, but he's jumping in to help victims.