Former Monkees singer Davy Jones died of a heart attack today (Feb. 29) at the age of 66. Though Jones was a pop icon, memorizing kids of the ’60s with his television series band, even country stars were affected by the loss and shared fond memories of the singer and the show via Twitter. It just goes to show that music is a universal language, regardless of genre.
Trace Adkins lead an interesting day of country music headlines. Much like Carrie Underwood last week, the singer finally learned how to use Twitter, and his first posts were revealing… to say the least. Lauren Alaina also made a big announcement this afternoon, and Miranda Lambert took fans behind the scenes of the video for her new song ‘Over You.’
Trace Adkins has taken control of his Twitter page and given fans — well, female fans — a treat with a picture of his barely-covered backside before he laid down to have some kidney stones removed. “@ Vanderbilt having kidney stones busted. No big deal,” Adkins posted with a barely suitable for work photo late Tuesday morning.
Trace Adkins has been named the spokesman for Pilot Flying J’s soon-to-be-launched loyalty program, which is set to kick off this spring. Pilot Flying J, in case you didn’t know, is the largest operator of travel centers and plazas in North America. Pro drivers, motorists and road warriors like Adkins rely on travel centers to survive while on the road.
Josh Thompson, Rodney Atkins, Justin Moore and Trace Adkins are just a few of the big-name artists who have lent their songs to the new release from the NRA, ‘This Is NRA Country Vol. 1.’ The 12-track CD features several gun-friendly tunes, including Thompson’s ‘Way Out Here,’ Atkins’ ‘Cleaning This Gun,’ Moore’s ‘This Is NRA Country’ and Adkins’ ‘More of Us.’
Trace Adkins can now add narrator to his never-ending list of career accomplishments. Adkins has teamed up with the Smithsonian National Postal Museum to present the true children’s story of Owney — the dog famous for riding the rails and visiting Post Offices across the country in the 1890s — in a new eBook.
With the CMA Awards just hours away, artists are spending the day primping and prepping to look and sound their best for tonight’s show. Trace Adkins tells Taste of Country that he doesn’t want any part of that, revealing that he’ll be skipping the awards show this year.
It’s been almost five months since Trace Adkins‘s Brentwood, Tenn. homed burned, and now it looks like demolition crews are finally bringing it down. On Wednesday afternoon the big man tweeted this picture, adding, “The house coming down.”
It seems as if country music and mans best friend go hand in hand. I know for a fact that many country songs are about or include dogs. Furthermore, many of today's top country's stars have their four legged friends on tour with them. Earlier this summer Country superstar Trace Adkins, release information on the "Tail Waggin' Jingle Contest", check out all the particulars because time is running out.
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