It’s the video that launched a million phone calls. During his set at Country Fest 2012 in Wisconsin, Keith Urban covered this year’s pop summer anthem ‘Call Me Maybe,’ made famous by Canadian darling Carly Rae Jepsen.
With two monster country collaborations already under her belt, Kelly Clarkson is solidifying her status as a country music superstar with her current single, ‘Mr. Know It All,’ which is poised to crack the Top 20 on Billboard’s Country Singles chart. Country radio isn’t the only aspect of the genre showing love to Clarkson — pals Reba McEntire and Jason Aldean are just a few of her country peers who praise the Texas native.
Country newcomer Kacey Musgraves has been added to a string of European shows for Lady Antebellum‘s Own the Night 2012 World Tour. The international outing is the first major tour for the Universal Music Group Nashville recording artist.
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.
If you look anything like Kenny Chesney, you may want to steer clear from the singer’s Brothers of the Sun headlining tour! A Tennessee fan learned that the hard way over the weekend when he was escorted out of a Nashville tour stop for apparently looking too similar to the ‘Come Over’ singer.
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!
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.
Blake Shelton just wrapped the second season of the wildly popular reality singing competition ‘The Voice‘ last month, but the reigning ACM and CMA Male Vocalist of the Year is already gearing up to begin production on the third season, and he’s not happy about it. Despite his season two win with teammate Jermaine Paul, Shelton says the grueling schedule — two seasons a year — may be a bit much.
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.
Well all know Kelly Clarkson is a country fan — and apparently her ‘Duets‘ partner, Jordan Meredith, is as well! In week three of competition, the two big-voiced singers chose to perform Miranda Lambert‘s ‘Mama’s Broken Heart,’ a fan favorite from the country singer’s latest chart-topping record, ‘Four the Record.’
“I’m not coming into this hoping for 1st runner-up,” said a confident Jennifer Nettles right before taking the stage for the first time as a ‘Duets‘ celebrity mentor. The Sugarland lead singer, along with superstar singers Kelly Clarkson, Robin Thicke and John Legend, scoured the country to find the best voices in America for the new ABC reality singing competition. And exactly does the big-voiced Georgia native look for in the perfect duet partner?
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