Dierks Bentley‘s father, Leon Bentley, died on Friday, June 1. The singer was forced to cancel shows beforehand, and in the wake of his dad’s death, tweeted the news to fans, thanking them for their support. He also took a moment to reflect on the fact that his father was his biggest influence in country music, since his dad’s listening habits turned him onto the genre as a young kid.
In the Band Perry‘s new ‘Postcard From Paris‘ video, Kimberly and her brothers are seen hanging out in the French Quarter of New Orleans (not exactly Paris itself, but close enough, right?). The storyline-driven clip — which features minimal performance footage, save for the band singing in front of black and white “Wanted” signs and photos — shows the adorable blonde being watched by an admirer from afar. Since she is constantly flanked by her siblings, they are indirectly being watched, as well. But Kimberly is clearly the focus of the follower.
In the video trailer for his new album ‘Punching Bag,’ Josh Turner gives fans an intimate, guided tour, expanding on some of the inspirations, lyrical narratives and the overall vibes of the songs that live on the record. He talks about having endurance and withstanding the inevitable punches life will throw at you –hence the title- and how he values quantity time over quality time, even though most people give lip service to the latter.
Joe Nichols and his lovely wife Heather welcomed daughter Dylan River Nichols on April 17. But they battled years of heartbreaking infertility before their bundle o’ joy arrived. The couple spoke candidly about the struggle and the highs and lows they endured in order to become parents in an interview with ‘The View.’
Dierks Bentley (and all of the extras) get down and dirty in his video for ’5-1-5-0,’ the latest single from ‘Home.’ It features four wheelers, all-terrain vehicles and monster trucks being driven in a mud ditch, being chased by the very po po that Bentley sings about in the song’s chorus! Even with the cops on their tail, the riders are enjoying themselves.
Yesterday morning (June 1), the Band Perry performed on the ‘TODAY’ show, kicking off the weekend in fine, country fashion. They treated the crowd to their multi-format smash ‘If I Die Young’ and latest single ‘Postcard From Paris,’ along with ‘All Your Life.’ They looked like they enjoyed serenading Manhattanites on a gorgeous morning, no doubt made sunnier by Kimberly Perry and her bright disposition.
We’ve got some bum-out news for Dierks Bentley fans that were planning to catch the country superstar perform after the Washington Nationals baseball game in Washington, D.C. tomorrow (June 2). The singer had to cancel the gig due to an undisclosed illness in his family.
Miranda Lambert is one bada– broad (we mean that lovingly) that you do not want to cross. Why? Because much like the protagonist of her smash ‘Gunpowder and Lead,’ she carries a weapon. It may not be a shotgun, as the lyrics proclaim, but make no mistake — Lambert is armed. The reason she guns up? She was the recipient of a death threat and needs to protect herself, which she does by taking matters into her own hands.
Kellie Pickler loves our troops! The country cutie headed to the Middle East for her fifth international USO tour, a fact she let us know via a recent tweet. Five tours? That’s dedication to our boys (and girls) in the service. Pickler is naturally perky, but the ‘Where’s Tammy Wynette’ singer expressed excitement about being able to visit the military bases overseas and perform. But that’s not the extent of her support. Heck, it’s not even the half of it.
Scotty McCreery won Season 10 of ‘American Idol’ and became a legit country superstar in the ensuing year, so of course he has plenty of advice to offer to and to instill in the winner of Season 11, Phillip Phillips. McCreery offered his heir apparent a few choice words of advice: “Go out there looking to learn.”
Carrie Underwood is dominating the landscape right now, especially in the mainstream media. The ‘Blown Away’ singer, whose new album of the same name topped the Billboard chart for two weeks in a row, will be featured in the forthcoming 20th anniversary ‘Dateline’ special, which airs tonight (May 22) at 10PM ET on NBC. Make a note of it!
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