In an impassioned statement released on Twitter Monday afternoon (September 25), Meghan Linsey defended her controversial decision to take a knee directly following her performance of the National Anthem.
A source at Live Nation has responded to shocking allegations against one of the company's most powerful country music executives, saying, "there is absolutely, positively no merit" to the claim that he sexually assaulted a country singer six years ago.
Meghan Linsey is hard at work, hoping to raise enough support to make her new solo CD. While the former singer for Steel Magnolia has already been in the studio since parting ways with her former duet partner Joshua Scott Jones, Linsey is looking to make an EP. For this project, she's launched …
In the 2 years since Steel Magnolia went on hiatus, their future has continued to be uncertain. With both Linsey and Joshua Scott Jones recently releasing solo efforts, the question has come up again. So they took to Facebook to clarify. Sort of.