Eric Church has never been afraid to speak his mind, and his recent comments about reality television shows like ‘American Idol’ and ‘The Voice’ have many fans wondering if the ‘Springsteen’ singer was also taking a shot at fellow country stars — namely Blake Shelton.
Eric Church‘s latest Showdown win is a testament to the North Carolina-born singer’s loyal fanbase. His new song ‘Springsteen’ topped superstars Kenny ChesneyandTim McGraw and their duet ‘Feel Like a Rock Star’ by a nearly three to one margin. Last week’s win was one of the biggest in Showdown history.
Don’t look now, but eight of Blake Shelton‘s last nine singles have topped the country music singles charts. ‘Over’ could very well become his seventh straight, but that’s more a testament to the artist than the song.
Now before you start making fun of LeAnn Rimes‘ “Then” photo, remember that it was the late ’90s and we were all prone to wearing sage green blazers. The singer has always been on the cutting edge of country fashion, so it’s safe to assume that this was the style 15 years ago. Teenagers all over America were wearing stuff like that, weren’t they?
One country music artist had a baby and two more delivered new albums to fans on Tuesday. Find out who welcomed his fourth child, and learn what to expect from new projects from Lee Brice and Kip Moore in the Daily Roundup. Also, read a full interview with Brice and find out how Jason Aldean made a seven-year-old cancer patient’s dream come true.
It’s a little early to call any album the best anything of 2012, but it’s no stretch to say Kip Moore‘s debut is the best by a new country artist this year, so far. ‘Up All Night’ introduces the gypsy from south Georgia as an inspiring storyteller, a talented lyricist and a gritty, well-traveled vocalist.
Country rocker Bo Bice has welcomed home his fourth child. His wife, Caroline, gave birth to Merrin Elizabeth Joy Bice on Monday, April 23. The 8-pound, 11-ounce little girl is said to being doing great, as is her mother.
Whatever one calls the opposite of an overnight success story, that’s Lee Brice. This year, 2012, marks his sixth year working in Nashville, but the first five moved like driftwood across Golden Pond. Fans, radio, other artists – everyone knew Brice was there and most agreed he was an artist full of talent and potential, but the former Clemson football player’s first four singles charted in the range of an NFL fullback’s jersey number (29, 32, 44).
It was a very big weekend for Scotty McCreery and Keith Urban. The high school singer — who was busy winning ‘American Idol’ last prom season — got to attend his senior prom at Garner High School. Find out why his date looks familiar in the Daily Roundup below.
For the second straight time, a song has been knocked from the Taste of Country Showdown when it was needing just one more win to reach of the Hall of Fame. Carrie Underwood‘s ‘Good Girl’ fell to ‘Springsteen’ by Eric Church last week. Just three weeks earlier, it was Underwood who kept Miranda Lambert‘s ‘Over You’ from becoming just the fourth song to be enshrined in the virtual hall.
Glen Campbell turns 76-years-old today (April 22). Happy birthday to a country legend that was a crossover success before being a crossover success became fashionable. Campbell’s hits like ‘Galveston,’ ‘Witchita Lineman’ and ‘Rhinestone Cowboy’ enjoyed success with country music fans, but also brought new ears to the genre by becoming No. 1 hits on the all-genre chart.
Today is considered a major holiday for some country music stars. Of course Willie Nelson is famously celebrating April 20 — a date which is an informal celebration of marijuana — but more than a few others at least recognized its existence. Find out who in this look at the week’s best tweets from country music’s biggest stars.
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