As the lights dimmed in the movie theater, the last thing Tanner Patrick expected was to be propositioned with an opening slot at a major concert. The YouTube singing sensation received the surprise of his life when country superstar Brad Paisley appeared on the big screen in front of him, offering him a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to open his Mountain View, Calif. at the Shoreline Ampitheater as part of the new E! music reality show, ‘Opening Act.’
Despite President Obama’s constant referral to his Christian heritage, it seems as though Hank Williams, Jr. still questions the President’s personal religious beliefs. That mistrust was first spotlighted in the song ‘Keep the Change,’ a track from the singer’s latest album, ‘Old School, New Rules,’ and during an otherwise entertaining set at the Iowa State Fair on Aug. 17, the ‘All My Rowdy Friends’ singer once again used his entertainer status to voice his distaste for the leader of the United States.
It’s rather common to hear about a country music singer’s aspirations to become a professional athlete — but it’s incredibly uncommon to hear about a singer perfecting their ‘midget bowling’ skills, which which was the pastime of choice for Zac Brown while at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota recently.
Tim McGraw has conquered both the music and movie worlds, and now the ‘Truck Yeah’ singer is set to invade comic book industry. Comic book publisher Bluewater has chosen McGraw as the subject of their newest graphic novel, ‘Fame.’
Taylor Swift is asking fans to ‘Speak Now’ on August 13, with the singer taking to her official YouTube channel to talk directly with her legion of loyal followers in real-time for the unique fan interaction. And, she’s got some news to share.
Despite his family’s personal struggle in rebuilding their lives following a horrific house fire (which claimed all of their personal belongings), Trace Adkins is reaching out to those less fortunate, teaming up with the Urban Ministry Center and the Maxwell House Community Project for the Drops of Good program. The former ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ contestant stopped Charlotte, N.C. yesterday (July 24) to kick off the first community center renovation, which will benefit the local homeless community.
Easton Corbin made history with his gold-selling 2009 self-titled debut album, and now the Florida native returns with his highly-anticipated sophomore set, ‘All Over the Road,’ scheduled to be released Sept. 18.
Tracy Lawrence is set to make his full-length feature debut with ‘L.A. Dirt,’ which began filming in early June in Mobile, Ala. The movie will feature Lawrence in a supporting role, portraying the uncle of an aspiring 18-year-old dirt track racer. The plot will be centered around the young hopeful’s pursuit of his racing dreams.
Last week, Jennifer Nettles and John Glosson’s performance of the 1967 Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell original ‘Ain’t No Mountain High Enough’ earned mixed reviews from the superstar mentors, but fortunately for the Georgia natives, their sparse rendition of ‘How Great Thou Art’ during tonight’s episode of ‘Duets‘ placed Glosson as an overwhelming judge favorite.
Scotty McCreery isn’t the only country superstar celebrating the Season 11 finale of ‘American Idol.’ Reba McEntire is set to perform on tonight’s episode (May 23) with country hopeful Skylar Laine, who placed No. 4 this season after being eliminated a few weeks ago.
The town of Mineral, Va. — which has a population of fewer than 500 people — has inherited a not-so-small fortune, thanks to the charitable efforts of country superstar Alan Jackson. The earthquake-ravaged eastern Virginia town was the lucky recipient of a free concert from the country titan after winning a radio-sponsored contest for garnering the most online votes. The concert raised a whopping $152,000 to help rebuild the tiny community.
It looks as though Joe Nichols is suddenly without a label home. The singer took to his official Twitter account on Sunday to share that he and Show Dog-Universal Music have parted ways in what seems to be a less-than-amicable split.
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