He may not have been able to stick around long enough to see Kenny Chesney perform during the singer’s Nashville tour stop over the weekend, but Nathan Blankenship is putting an unfortunate situation behind him with some amicable parting gifts. The fan, who bears a strong resemblance to the ‘Come Over’ singer, was escorted out of the show by LP Field security for being a disturbance in the crowd.
It’s been nearly seven years since Hurricane Katrina ravaged the southeast United States, killing thousands and leaving millions of American citizens homeless. Despite aggressive reconstruction efforts, the revitalization process has been slow-going for many victims. During her recent tour stop in the Big Easy, Miranda Lambert got rather emotional about the destruction still untouched in New Orleans.
More than 15 years into her career, LeAnn Rimes has seemingly come into her own as artist, wife and step-mother of two, striking an important balance between her work and personal life. In an interview with radio station 1130 the Tiger, the Grammy Award-winning singer spoke candidly about the importance of the quality relationships in her life.
Brad Paisley has been showered with countless industry awards for his platinum-selling albums, but 2012 looks to go down as Paisley’s year of the “daddy.” The devoted husband and father-of-two has awarded the honor of “Country Big Daddy,” according to Country Weekly. Congrats, Brad!
It’s been almost seven years since the Faith Hill released a studio album of original material, and the superstar admits she is as anxious as the fans to get the new music heard. Recently she talked to reporters about the upcoming project’s direction.
Miranda Lambert hasn’t spoken to Eric Church about his inflammatory comments in a Rolling Stone interview earlier this year. According to the ‘Fastest Girl in Town’ singer her fellow country superstar has remained mum about his infamous comments.
“Maybe one day — maybe soon,” Kenny Chesney tells Taste of Country about the possibility of taking hold of his own Twitter account. The ‘Come Over’ singer is one of the last country singers to avoid joining the online social media phenomenon — but for good reasons.
Sara Evans will surely represent country music proudly performing the ‘Star Spangled Banner’ on national television Thursday night (June 14). Yesterday, the singer shared that she is scheduled to perform prior to game two of the NBA Finals between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Miami Heat.
Kenny Chesney‘s new SportsCenter commercial has the singer invading the small screen — and snubbing popular ESPN anchor Steve Levy. The ESPN spot, which debuted today, shows the ‘Come Over’ singer attempting to ignore Levy as the sportscaster tries to sit with him at the cafeteria’s “cool table.”
Many strong words can be used to describe Carrie Underwood (talented and beautiful, just to name a few), but can schizo be added to the long list of adjectives? According to the singer’s recent interview with radio personality Ryan Seacrest, Underwood’s confident, focused persona may just be an illusion.
Miranda Lambert is a strong, assertive and often opinionated leading lady in country music, but the Texas native admits she has come a long way from her awkward high school days. The ‘Fastest Girl in Town’ singer recently revealed a side of herself to USA Weekend that many fans may never have known existed.
In a similar fashion to last week’s electrifying Kelly Clarkson & Robin Thicke ‘Duets‘ opening number, Jennifer Nettles and fellow celebrity mentor John Legend kicked off week three of competition with a flashy, choreographed performance of the 1974 Kiki Dee original ‘I’ve Got the Music in Me.’ The solid performance set the stage for a big night for Nettles, who remains the judge to beat after three impressive weeks with hopefuls J Rome and John Glosson.
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