Here's the latest music news from Nashville this afternoon >>

Cam's breakthrough hit, "Burning House," has been certified double platinum by the RIAA.

Thomas Rhett will release "Sixteen" as the follow-up to his current #1, "Life Changes."

Country Music Hall of Famer Charley Pride has also been inducted into the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience Hall of Fame in Meridian, MS.

You can check out Jillian Jacqueline's new video for "If I Were You" on YouTube now. The newcomer's Side B EP comes out on Friday.

Each year, the Recording Academy salutes a music artist at the prestigious MusiCares Person of the Year gala. This year, MusicCares is honoring Dolly Parton, the first country music artist to receive the title. Parton will be celebrated at a ceremony in Los Angeles on February 8, 2019. The eight-time Grammy winner will be honored for "her considerable creative accomplishments and her longtime support of a number of causes through her Dollywood Foundation."

In other news

It just wouldn't be a true Thanksgiving without watching this classic WKRP clip. 

Hey, guys: If you want to look more attractive to women, ditch the razor. A survey of more than 8,500 women shows that clean-shaven men don't cut it, and men sporting 10 days of beard growth are the most attractive.

We turn the clocks back this weekend, which means we get an extra hour of sleep on Saturday night. But the time change can still mess with you and make you feel more tired than usual. Here's how to prevent that . . .

Dumplin’, the movie featuring a new soundtrack by Dolly Parton, is coming to Netflix December 7.

How do I know that we taught our daughter right? She introduced us to Car Masters: Rust to Riches yesterday!

Carrie Underwood took control of the stage at the American Music Awards this week to perform a stark and emotional performance of “Spinning Bottles,” which she co-wrote with Hillary Lindsey and David Garcia for her new album, Cry Pretty.