The legendary country duo that was Brooks & Dunn "retired" back in 2009, but the famed band's ex-members Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn are still keeping busy.
Brooks is working on a new album and filming a western called 'To Kill a Memory' with "Boots On" singer Randy Houser. Dunn has a new album out and a hit single with 'Bleed Red,' and he'll be touring the nation solo for the next few months. You can sign up on our Facebook page for your chance to win two tickets and backstage passes to Dunn's July 21st show in Yakima, WA.
We got a little nostalgic thinking about all that history, though, so we surfed the tubes and collected what we think are the five best classic Brooks & Dunn music videos. Check 'em out, and let us know if we missed any (or if we're just flat wrong).
Brad Paisley's sold more than 10 million records, and he's had 17 number one hits on the country charts. With that kind of popularity, it's natural his fanbase falls all across the spectrum.
For a cross-section of the most dedicated of his sprawling fanbase - plus some real unvarnished talent - check out our list of amateur Paisley covers. We take you from one side of the spectrum to the other - from an adorable father-daughter take on "Whiskey Lullaby," featuring a guest turn by one of the starkest mullets on YouTube, to a kid cowboy's version of "Mud on the Tires." And don't forget to register for a chance to see and meet Brad Paisley in West Palm Beach, Fla. on Sept. 10.
Taste of Country got an exclusive interview with Brad Paisley this week, in which, among other things, the country superstar talks about how Carrie Underwood has become his go-to duet partner.
"She’s probably pretty much my first choice to sing with when it comes to a duet with a woman like that. I mean, we just sort of share the same values and get along that well," Paisley tells Taste of Country. "I just don’t think there’s a better singer than her, so it’s sort of selfish to be able to sing with her and perform."
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We're happy to announce that John Bruce Evans is the official winner of last month's Kenny Chesney contest! Evans and a guest will fly from Texas to Green Bay, where they'll see Chesney play at Lambeau Field on June 11, and get the chance to meet the superstar.
We put on the contest last month with the help of our friends at Taste of Country. Read more about Evans — plus your chance to win a trip to see Brad Paisley in West Palm Beach, Fla. — after the jump.
As we were heading down to breakfast this morning, we walked by the Sesame Street character breakfast. The kids inside were having a blast, dancing with Elmo and hugging Cookie Monster. The little ones were bouncing around, elated to sit down for a meal with their favorite characters. There are various shows and activities to do throughout the day with Sesame Street, like finding the letter of the day with Grover, exercising with Elmo and looking for rubber duckies with Ernie.
Mother’s Day is upon us this Sunday and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate than with this Movie Moms Supercut from our friends at The Forward featuring some of the fiercest mothers in movie history, from Anjelica Huston's solid "Royal Tenenbaums" matriarch to Faye Dunaway's unstable Joan "Mommie Dearest" Crawford.
It's a perfect last-minute gift for mom: simply send her this video via email or post it on her Facebook wall with a note saying how much you love her.
Watch the video and see the complete list of films below:
(Evansville) – Many areas affected by rising water are seeing roads open up as some of the water recedes, however per the latest hydrological report many rivers & creek beds will not start to show a significant drop for several more days. As a result, the American Red Cross has been able to close some shelters, while others remain open. All shelters in the community remain on alert
Brad Paisley's newest record, This is Country Music, plays like a country rock mix tape curated and orchestrated by Paisley himself. It's packed with guest appearances from the likes of coiffed guitar acrobat Marty Stuart, classic rock crooner Don Henley and, of course, Paisley's go-to duet partner these days, Carrie Underwood. Plus, Clint Eastwood whistles the melody to the instrumental 'Eastwood.' If that sounds like the most awesome thing ever, well, what can we say?
Not that it's anything new for the 'Celebrity' singer - he's put together some great collaborations in his day. Check out our list of the five best Paisley duets of all time, and when you're done reading, head over to our Facebook page to enter for your chance to win a trip to West Palm Beach to see Paisley in concert - and meet him backstage.
The highlight of the cruise was lying on the "trampoline" on the front, a series of criss-crossed ribbons that form a webbing with nothing but ocean several feet beneath, and being splashed as the catamaran crested the waves. We also stopped for a while to swim in the ocean, which was surprisingly warm, and even found a starfish and several sea urchins by diving down to the bottom. On the short ride back to the resort, the crew taught us some Jamaican dancing, and the DJ mixed in a few fun American songs for us to enjoy.
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