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.
If Carrie Underwood‘s ‘Blown Away’ lyrics have a familiar vibe to you, they should. The tune — which was just announced as her new single and is the title track to her latest album — was penned by two songwriters who Underwood frequently turns to when recording an album, Chris Tompkins and Josh Kear. The pair also credited with writing her smash, ‘Before He Cheats.’
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).
Montgomery Gentry‘s ‘So Called Life’ lyrics were crafted close to five years ago by songwriting pals Bruce Wallace and Sean Patrick McGraw. The birth of the song — which is a new single for the duo — was the start of a strong friendship for the writers.
On Tuesday (June 12), Chris Young turns 27-years-old. “I’m getting old, man!” the singer said, laughing when Taste of Country asked him of his birthday plans. “That’s old! I’m almost 30! I’m just really going to take the day off.”
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.
Prior to stepping on the baseball field Saturday at the 22nd-annual City of Hope Celebrity Softball Challenge, David Nail was feeling pretty good about himself, as were his teammates, seeing how that the singer’s passion and expertise for the sport might come in handy during the friendly charity game. Unfortunately, Nail earned himself a trip to the hospital during the competition.
David Nail is pretty much one of those singers who can sing just about anything and nail it (no pun intended) on the first try. His powerful pipes, smooth voice and emotional delivery are what makes him a definite staple country music. Nail is always one to hear praise on a job well done, but he often finds himself in the same situation looking at other artists in the same light. In this case, Adele.
What a difference a year makes. Last year at this time, Kip Moore was mingling with fans at the CMA Music Festival, some familiar with him and some not. Well this year, Moore can’t walk into a room without fans going crazy.
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