Big and Rich are back at country radio with a beautiful new song, ‘That’s Why I Pray,’ with powerful lyrics. Some of Nashville’s finest writers are responsible for penning the tune — Sarah Buxton, Danelle Leverett and Blair Daly.
Last Wednesday (June 13), Kip Moore experienced another first in his life, as BMI headquarters in Nashville filled up with supporters of his career to celebrate his recent multi-week chart-topping hit, ‘Somethin’ ‘Bout a Truck.’ Moore and his co-writer Dan Couch received numerous plaques and trophies, as well as words of encouragement and praise on the rooftop of the publishing company.
After popping the question to his stunning long-time girlfriend and the mother to his 3 1/2 year old son Takoda, Lee Brice is well on his way to planning their upcoming wedding. Well, he’s helping her plan the big day.
Just because you’re one of country music’s biggest stars doesn’t mean you can’t get busted for even the silliest wrongdoings. Jason Aldean unfortunately found that out the hard way while enjoying a day on the beach on Monday afternoon (June 11).
Sadly, the latest leg of Dierks Bentley‘s Country and Cold Cans Tour came to an end over the weekend. But if you think Bentley spent the last few days leading up to the last show online trying to find the perfect “thank you” gift for his opening acts, you’d better think again. Instead, Bentley decided to pull out the pranks, with the victims being the members of the Cadillac Black.
What’s better than having your very first No. 1 single as a singer and a songwriter? How about spending two solid weeks at the top of the charts? Well, that’s exactly what Kip Moore is experiencing this week, as ‘Somethin’ ‘Bout a Truck’ claims the top slot once again on both the Billboard and Mediabase / Country Aircheck country singles charts.
Rodney Atkins‘ new video for his current single ‘He’s Mine’ follows the song’s story line of fathers being proud to claim their sons, even if they run into trouble, because after all … they’re just following in pop’s footsteps!
Last week it was party time once again for Lee Brice. This time, however, he was not celebrating a song he wrote for another artist, but rather his own hit song, ‘A Woman Like You.’ Brice and the song’s three writers — Phil Barton, Jon Stone and Johnny Bulford — gathered at CMA headquarters in Nashville where they were honored with the song that topped the country singles chart back in April.
Chris Young has always been eager jump at any opportunity to help raise money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Now, with the help of his beloved grandmother, Young is offering fans rare, one-of-a-kind quilts made by Nanny’s own little sweet hands!
Looks like the end is near for the Dirt Drifters, who gave their fans of some disappointing news this week. Thursday (May 3) afternoon, the band posted a short note on their websites explaining that they are bowing down from all future musical commitments at this time.
After spending several weeks on vocal rest following surgery late last year, Keith Urban was ready to get back on stage and test out his singing chops. But more importantly, he was looking forward to having the ability to speak to his wife, Nicole Kidman, and two daughters after spending both the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays mum.
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