Maybe it really is true that you just can’t do it all. At least that’s what ‘Red Solo Cup’ singer Toby Keith seems to be discovering. After making appearances in the movies ‘Beer for My Horses’ and ‘Broken Bridges,’ Keith says he’s throwing in the acting towel for good — but not because he didn’t enjoy it.
While people across the country are enjoying the sight of those colorful flowers on their desks today or ruing the number of chocolates they indulged in yesterday, Miranda Lambert is likely having a hard time keeping her eyes off the newest addition to her right pointer finger. The country starlet received just the Valentine’s Day gift she had hoped for from sweetheart husband Blake Shelton yesterday: a giant ring shaped like a hummingbird and covered in pink and white jewels.
Actress/songstress Jana Kramer recently debuted the music video for her country single ‘Why Ya Wanna,’ which she released to country radio mid-January 2011. The ‘One Tree Hill’ star saw her single break a record, too, as it was playlisted by more than 55 radio stations nationwide — more than any other debut artists has seen since the Country Aircheck/Mediabase chart came into existence.
Wynonna Judd got engaged to sweetheart and band member Cactus Moser on Christmas Eve, and the singer just revealed some details about her upcoming fall wedding. While you might expect the country star to go for something shimmering and glitzy, Judd says that’s not in the cards for her in this, her third, wedding. In fact, this time around she tells People that the theme will be “barefoot and just fun.”
Kenny Rogers filed a federal lawsuit Monday (Feb. 13) against his label Capitol Records, claiming the label owes him money for digital music sales. He’s also claiming he is owed $400,000 from Capitol that he has yet to receive because of a number of accounting errors. According to the suit, the second part of the claim has been an ongoing battle since 2007.
Faith Hill hit Self magazine’s Facebook page last week at select points throughout the day, taking the time to answer questions from her devoted fans. Given that Hill is a beautiful country artist with a celebrity husband, three daughters, two dogs and a rockin’ bod, it’s really no surprise that her admirers lobbed questions primarily revolving around how the starlet holds it all together so tightly (in all senses of the word).
Friday night, Keith Urban hit the stage of Moody Theater in Austin, Texas to raise money for the Beyond Batten Disease Foundation. And while fans enjoyed his new songs and his old hits, they really got a treat when Texas native Jack Ingram joined Urban on the stage for a rendition of George Strait‘s ‘You Look So Good in Love,’ caught by a fan with a Flip cam in the video below.
In a new statement made Monday (Feb. 13), Dolly Parton emphasized once again just how deeply saddened she is by the tragic and sudden death of pop superstar Whitney Houston, who died Saturday in a Beverly Hills hotel room. Parton seems to have felt a special connection with the soaring songstress, especially since they shared the hit ‘I Will Always Love You,’ a song Parton wrote and performed in 1974. Houston then brought the git to girls across the globe, who sang it into their hairbrushes after 1992, trying to mimic the astounding runs and unbelievable high notes of the talent.
‘CBS This Morning‘ shared the below clips of Jason Aldean‘s recent interview with Ben Tracy, where Aldean took Tracy backstage on his sold-out tour and also opened up about his rapid rise to country stardom. Despite the fact that Aldean didn’t win at the Grammys, he had the top-selling country album of the year as well as the fifth bestselling album in all of music. The singer is currently on his My Kinda Party Tour, where Tracy caught up with him before a show in Orlando.
This weekend, pop diva Whitney Houston’s death shook the music community to its core, leaving stars so stunned and sad that the only appropriate way to respond seemed to be offering up a version of the awe-inspiring ‘I Will Always Love You.’ We saw Jennifer Hudson bring the Grammy audience to the point of tears with her chill-invoking tribute on the big stage last night. But even before that emotional performance, LeAnn Rimes paid tribute to the fallen star by singing the hit song at her show in Reno, Nev.
On March 17, Reba McEntire will release her first televised concert special in more than 15 years. The 90-minute special, ‘All the Women I Am,’ will premiere on GAC. Encompassing the energy of McEntire’s live show, much of the footage for the TV special will come from her recent concert at Louisiana’s Cajun Dome, where the longtime performer had a film crew come along with her and roll tape.
Eric Church has never been one to hoist up the cost of his concert tickets to pad his pockets. In fact, he says that goes against his entire philosophy as an artist, as his goal has always been to get more people to his shows rather than more money per ticket sale. With this mentality, then, it’s not surprising that the Grammy-nominated singer is so peeved about what’s been happening at shows all along his Blood, Sweat and Beers Tour. Church has some choice words for the big ticket brokers that have been purchasing his tickets and scalping them to fans.
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