Last Wednesday (June 13), Kip Moore experienced another first in his life, as BMI headquarters in Nashville filled up with supporters of his career to celebrate his recent multi-week chart-topping hit, ‘Somethin’ ‘Bout a Truck.’ Moore and his co-writer Dan Couch received numerous plaques and trophies, as well as words of encouragement and praise on the rooftop of the publishing company.
With Father’s Day arriving this weekend (Sunday, June 17), we are all gearing up to honor our own fathers. But when it comes to Lee Brice‘s life, he sometimes forgets that he is to be honored that day as well, since he is a proud papa to his 3 1/2 year old son, Takoda.
Before he became one of America’s most loved singers, thanks to ‘American Idol,’ Scotty McCreery was learning about life and what path to pursue from his biggest fan and supporter, his dad. McCreery credits his father for many things that has helped shape the young man he is today. But above all, he says his dad was the one who inspired him to follow his heart into music.
Lee Brice looked cool and confident Wednesday night (June 13) when he swung by ‘The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson’ to perform his recent chart-topping smash, ‘A Woman Like You.’ Brice and his four-piece band sat closely together and all on bar stools, making the performance feel as if they were playing for small group in someone’s house.
After popping the question to his stunning long-time girlfriend and the mother to his 3 1/2 year old son Takoda, Lee Brice is well on his way to planning their upcoming wedding. Well, he’s helping her plan the big day.
This week is shaping up to be a pretty decent one in the lives and careers of Alan Jackson and newcomer Jana Kramer. Both of their brand new albums hit stores last Tuesday, and now the charts are in. Jackson’s ‘Thirty Miles West’ knocked Carrie Underwood‘s ‘Blown Away’ out of the No. 1 slot, while Kramer’s self-titled project comes in at No. 5, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
This year will most definitely be one that Eric Church remembers for the rest of his life. In January, the singer scored his very first No. 1 single with ‘Drink in My Hand,’ and now he has returned to the top with his current hit, ‘Springsteen.’ The tune sits at No. 1 on both the Billboard and Mediabase/Country Aircheck charts this week, making it the singer’s second consecutive chart-topping song.
Just because you’re one of country music’s biggest stars doesn’t mean you can’t get busted for even the silliest wrongdoings. Jason Aldean unfortunately found that out the hard way while enjoying a day on the beach on Monday afternoon (June 11).
As if Craig Morgan doesn’t have enough on his plate these days, he is now adding one more ‘to do’ item to the top of the list. The singer/songwriter/outdoorsman/award-winning TV host is heading over to the Travel Channel’s hit show ‘Hotel Impossible’ for a guest appearance, set to air on Monday, June 11.
From the start, Carrie Underwood was never shy about her personal beliefs, especially when releasing her single, ‘Jesus Take the Wheel’ in the early part of her career. The song went on to become a powerful smash in country music, landing the ‘American Idol’ winner her first chart-topping hit.
Darryl Worley recently returned home from an overseas visit where he entertained U.S. troops, made possible by Stars for Stripes. But this particular trip was extra special for the singer. During his visit, Worley had the rare opportunity to spend time with troops affiliated with the Special Ops Force, something that is not typically an option during military tours.
More details have surfaced surrounding the fatal accident that occurred over the weekend (May 12) involving one of Justin Moore‘s tour buses and an automobile. Chicago resident Joseph Taylor was driving his vehicle around 6AM on Saturday when he struck the back side of the Moore’s band and crew bus at Interstate 57 and Route 16 in Illinois.
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