Brothers Osborne recently released their music video for "Stay A Little Longer," and it features various couples in that weird/in-between/"guessing game" stage - including a same-sex couple.
I think it's safe to assume this is THE FIRST same-sex couple featured in a mainstream country video...
Last week, Chris Brown was named a "person of interest" by Denver police in an assault case stemming from an incident outside a strip club on Umatilla Street.
A woman claimed she was "forcibly thrown off" Brown's tour bus after refusing to give up her cell phone - violating Brown's "no cell phone" policy...
The Band Perry's 'Don't Let Me Be Lonely' video explores life as a touring band. The clip show us how things play out while on the road, splicing footage of the sibling trio performing with scenes of them alternately combating boredom and enjoying the scenery that this sometimes rote, oftentimes glamorous lifestyle provides.
Congrats to Taylor Swift. The superstar has been nominated for a pair of MTV Video Music Awards, including the uber prestigious Video of the Year honor. Swift is also up for Best Female Video. Both nominations are for the 'I Knew You Were Trouble' video.
For his 'Boys 'Round Here' video, Blake Shelton used his A-list clout to recruit some high profile guest stars, like his wife Miranda Lambert, her bandmates in Pistol Annies and his 'The Voice' Season 2 team member RaeLynn, among others. They're all revelers at a party that looks like it could go horribly wrong and off the rails, but in the end, it's a good time for all the attendees.
Anyone who has been through a breakup knows that it takes a village to recover from a broken heart. That's why Tyler Farr called on his country music buddies Colt Ford and Lee Brice and 'Duck Dynasty's' Willie Robertson to join him for his music video for 'Redneck Crazy.' Moral of the story: Don't mess with country boys.