The pressure was on for Scotty McCreery over the weekend. However, he wasn’t performing in front of a crowd of thousands of screaming fans, and he wasn’t appearing live on national television. So what exactly was he doing, you ask? The 18-year-old country superstar was attending his high school prom, of course!
Randy Houser started off the new year with a new marriage, a new record deal and plans for a new album. While Houser inked his new record contract with Nashville’s indie label, Stoney Creek Records, just a few months ago, he already is feeling right at home with the staff and label personnel — so it was the perfect fit for all parties involved.
Earlier this year, Eli Young Band guitarist James Young was the final member of the group to walk down the aisle and say “I do.” Young wed his sweetie in an intimate outdoor ceremony on Feb. 4, with his fellow bandmates close by his side.
The lyrics to the new Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw duet, ‘Feel Like a Rock Star,’ will surely become a summertime anthem for the two superstars as they tour across the country on their joint Brothers of the Sun Tour.
If you come from a small town, chances are you can relate to the lyrics to Scotty McCreery‘s new single, ‘Water Tower Town.’ The tune was penned by songwriters Cole Swindell, Tammi Kidd and Lynn Hutton, who each pulled from their own experiences growing up in the south for the song.
Taylor Swift received the sad news on Saturday (March 31) that her date for the ACM Awards — Kevin McGuire — has been admitted back into the hospital due to complications that are unknown at the present time.
Jake Owen is on a roll with topping the country charts. This week, his latest hit ‘Alone With You’ claims the No. 1 position on Billboard’s Top Country Singles chart. The tune is Owen’s second consecutive single to do so, following his multi-week No. 1 smash, ‘Barefoot Blue Jean Night.’
Although we are only four months into the new year, 2012 is already shaping up to be one heck of a year for Sunny Sweeney. In addition to going into the new year as a happy newlywed, the singer-songwriter is also gearing up to hit the road with several country hunks this summer — Gary Allan, Josh Thompson, Rodney Atkins, Justin Moore and Eric Paslay — on the 2012 Country Throwdown Tour. But that’s not where things stop for Sweeney. As she continues to criss-cross the country, she will also begin working on her sophomore album on Republic Nashville.
Taylor Swift and George Strait split the No. 1 title this week, as their songs top the two main country singles charts. Swift’s ‘Ours’ takes the leading slot on Billboard, while Strait’s ‘Love’s Gonna Make It Alright’ snatches the No. 1 position on Mediabase / Country Aircheck.
Summertime is just around the corner, which means country music’s hottest artists are gearing up for tour season to launch into overdrive. And there’s no exception for Toby Keith, who just announced his 2012 tour coming in June.
The ‘Today’ show will continue their week-long run of country music co-hosts this week with the addition of Kellie Pickler to the lineup. Pickler will fill in for Kathy Lee Gifford this coming Friday (March 23) on the NBC morning program. The ‘Tough’ songstress will join ‘Today’ show co-host Hoda Kotb during the fourth hour of the show.
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