Daily Roundup: Joe Nichols, Reaction to Dick Clark’s Death + More
The top headlines from today in country music include life, death and every emotion in between. The legendary Dick Clark died this morning, and country artists were quick to take to Twitter upon hearing the news. Find a recap of over a dozen star’s thoughts on the television personality. It was a happier day for Joe Nichols. He’s enjoying the first breathes from his new baby girl as his wife Heather gave birth on Tuesday. Congratulations to them both!
Each day the top stories are assembled into the Daily Roundup, a one-sheet of everything that’s happened in country music. Today we’ve also included a few others from around the web, like who made Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential list.
Today on Taste of Country:
Joe Nichols Welcomes Baby Girl
Dick Clark Dead: Country Stars React
Waylon Jennings’ Last Recordings to Be Released September 11
Carter’s Chord Inspire Fans With ‘Love a Little Bigger’ Video
Dick Clark Dead: Iconic Television Personality and ACM Awards Producer Gone at 82
Blake Shelton Says Justin Bieber Is Today’s Elvis Presley
Eric Church Sells Out 25th Show on Blood, Sweat and Beers Tour
Before They Were Famous: Billy Currington
Lionel Richie’s ‘Tuskegee’ Tops the Billboard 200 Charts
Levon Helms Battle With Throat Cancer Enters ‘Final Stages’
Jake Owen Dishes on ‘Timeless’ Engagement Ring on Fiancee’s Finger
Miranda Lambert to RaeLynn: ‘You Don’t have to Finish First to Win’
Best Country Artist for President – Readers Poll
Gloriana’s Rachel Reinert Sporting New Hairdo
Taylor Swift is ‘Very Nice’ But Just a Friend, Harry Styles Says
2012 CMA Music Festival Lineup Scores Glen Campbell, Kenny Rogers + More
Blake Shelton Sends RaeLynn Packing on ‘The Voice’
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