There’s something going down with Eric Church next week. A new YouTube video titled “You’re Gonna Find Out” has hit the Web, and it features a quick preview of some new music from the “Drink in My Hand” singer. A post published with the clip encourages fans to visit EricChurch.com next Tuesday for more information.
Game of Thrones gets the Bad Lip Reading treatment!
ALAN JACKSON dropped TWO videos from his "Bluegrass Album". One is "Blue Ridge Mountain Song". This one features his daughter Ali. It'll make you cry.
The other video is the song "Blacktop", which features clips of Alan performing at Nashville's Station Inn. You'll find it posted here on my blog, too.
Luke Bryan’s fifth annual Farm Tour attracted 115,000 fans along the eight-city trek, besting last year’s attendance numbers by 15,000. Proceeds fund the Luke Bryan Farm Tour Scholarship, which is presented to a student from a farming family within each community on the tour. Colleges with Farm Tour scholarship recipients include University of Georgia in Athens, University of South Carolina in Columbia and Luke’s alma mater, Georgia Southern University in Statesboro.
Seems like there's a tongue-in-cheek beef going on between American Idol's Keith Urban and The Voice's Blake Shelton. A while back, Access Hollywood asked Keith about the rivalry -- and he said that since Blake is bigger than he is, he'd hire someone to kick Blake's butt. Not one to back down, Blake says it's a good thing Keith is hiring someone -- otherwise, "he would get tangled up in his own hair.” But Blake says he has to call a truce since Miranda and Keith's duet, "We Were Us," is climbing up the charts.
Jason Aldean releases his Night Train to Georgia DVD on Tuesday. The 90-minute movie chronicles his historic show last April at Sanford Stadium -- home to his beloved University of Georgia Bulldogs football team. The DVD features his 18-song set, including 10 number-ones and performances with special guests Luke Bryan, Kelly Clarkson and Ludacris.
Nashville hit-maker Will Hoge releases his ninth studio album, Never Give In, today (Tuesday). Will is best known for co-writing the Grammy-nominated hit “Even If It Breaks Your Heart,” which went number-one for the Eli Young Band last summer.
The legendary Willie Nelson releases his star-studded female duets album To All The Girls…today (Tuesday). The 18-track collection features collaborations with some of country music’s top women, including Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood and Sheryl Crow. Fellow Country Music Hall of Famers Loretta Lynn and Emmylou Harris are also on the album.
Scotty McCreery celebrates today's (Tuesday) release of his sophomore album See You Tonight with several promotional appearances. Tomorrow (Wednesday), he performs on NBC’s Today show, then joins Fox News’s Fox and Friends on Thursday. Scotty returns to Nashville this weekend for a Saturday performance on the Grand Ole Opry.
On "The Jonathan Ross Show" this weekend, Sandra demonstrated how well she knew "Rapper's Delight" by THE SUGARHILL GANG.
Then, Tom and the host had some fun with an operational piano mat . . . before Sandra joined in to do "Chopsticks" with Tom. She even did it in HEELS. (Tom Hanks re-enacts a classic moment from his 1988 classic "Big" along with some help from actress Sandra Bullock.)