Luke Bryan's comments about "outlaw country" last weekend got some fans of BOTH Luke Bryan and "outlaw country" a little stirred up...but maybe not as stirred up as Waylon Jennings' daughter-in-law, Kathy Pinkerman Jennings.
While it's true that Luke Bryan's music has been the target of some criticism, he's not alone. During their breakthrough periods, artists like Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, and Garth Brooks, among others, also faced a certain amount of scorn.
Dierks Bentley has described his latest album Riser as being his most personal project to date. So it comes as no surprise that he decided to forgo a big production budget and instead opt for a live performance of the title song for the video.
In 2011, Glen Campbell's producer asked director James Keach to do a short film documenting what would be the singer's final tour. Campbell had just been diagnosed with Alzheimer's. His family and management team knew it would be risky to show the disease's progression, but Campb…
A biopic about the late great George Jones entitled No Show Jones has been in the works for a couple of years, but now, an authorized script is being written, and Jones' widow Nancy will serve as one of the film's executive producers.
Jaclyn's video addressing Luke Bryan about his new single was and is hilarious. And I agree with her. This isn't good music. See, I was taught a long time ago that I shouldn't EVER say I don't like a song publicly because I was a DJ. Well, times have changed.