Miranda Lambert had high hopes that her doctor-ordered vocal rest — which caused her to reschedule a few concerts last week — would be brief, but unfortunately, the singer has been forced to cancel three concerts in Alabama and Georgia that were scheduled for this coming weekend.
This week, Kenny Chesney will make a special appearance at the ESPY Awards, which recognize excellence in sports. The event will not only be a treat for the singer’s fans, but also for the singer himself, as he is the only musician scheduled to present at awards — and he loves sports, especially baseball.
When Kip Moore sat down to write his latest hit, ‘Beer Money,’ he knew what kind of lyrics would resonate with himself to sing night after night. With the help of co-writers Blair Daly and Troy Verges, Moore is on the brink of having another chart-topping smash to follow in the footsteps of his last singalong hit, ‘Somethin’ ‘Bout a Truck.’
Last month, Jason Aldean walked away a winner at the 2012 CMT Music Awards, snagging his first buckle award ever for the Performance of the Year. Aldean’s name was highlighted in two other categories during the awards, including Video of the Year and Male Video of the Year, both for ‘Dirt Road Anthem.’
Country artists are known for their ability to churn out ridiculously catchy tunes. That’s why when ABC needed a theme song for their new program ‘Good Afternoon America,’ they turned to Little Big Town — and boy did the group deliver.
Who is ready for more music from Chuck Wicks? Well, Chuck Wicks, for one. But new music isn’t the only thing on his radar. In addition to writing for his own forthcoming second studio album, the singer will also have a cut on the new Jason Aldean project, slated for release in October.
The lyrics to ‘I Wanna Be That Feeling,’ Bucky Covington‘s new single on the rise, were penned by two of Nashville’s most successful tunesmiths, Ben Hayslip and Jimmy Yeary. “This is one of those songs that laid around for a long time,” Hayslip admits to Taste of Country of the single.
Life on the road definitely has its perks, but it also has its downside. If you’re involved with someone or even married, being away from home is extra tough, especially when you’re the only married person on a tour.
Last weekend, Rodney Atkins played his final shows as part of the 2012 Country Throwdown Tour lineup, which also featured Gary Allan, Josh Thompson, Sunny Sweeney and more. While the shows in Illinois and Nebraska were bittersweet for the singer, Atkins’ overall experience on the tour was one of the highlights of his year so far.
It seems unlikely that Lady Antebellum would have time to write while out on the road, but the lyrics to ‘Wanted You More’ — their current hit single — were written under those conditions. The tune was born during soundcheck with their backing bandmates, Jason “Slim” Gambill, Matt Billingslea, Jonathan Long and Dennis Edwards, who were all credited on the song.
Carrie Underwood has returned back to the States following a handful of performances throughout Australia and the United Kingdom on her Blown Away Tour — and her appearances went very well. The superstar’s visit was well documented, too, as she took to her Twitter page daily to update her fans on all the exciting attractions she encountered between performances.
After David Nail‘s powerful rendition of Adele‘s ‘Someone Like You’ surfaced online in an acoustic video, the singer decided to release the tune digitally for his fans who couldn’t seem to get enough of it. Inspired to take it one step further, Nail has readied the tune to be part of a special digital three-song EP titled ’1979,’ which he’s planning to release on July 17.
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