Trace Adkins has a rough and tumble image, but underneath it all, the big and burly, deep-voiced singer is a teddy bear. He showed off his thoughtful side during the 'CMA Country Christmas' special on Monday (Dec. 2) by performing 'Silent Night,' one of the most serious songs of the season.
Trace Adkins brought his baritone, a 12-piece band and a rendition of 'O Tannenbaum' to 'TODAY' on Thursday morning (Nov. 21). With just about a month until Christmas, Adkins' appearance was a festive way to get people excited about the upcoming holidays.
America celebrated its 237th birthday on Thursday, July 4. To keep the party and celebration going, Trace Adkins recorded a live rendition of the new song 'Take It From Me' at his St. Louis show on the Fourth. The rough and tumble country superstar decided to generously share it with fans and to offer it as a free download after the fact.
There's an intentional darkness that lingers over Trace Adkins' new single 'Watch the World End,' a duet with pop singer Colbie Caillat. It's an effective love song that also succeeds in painting a vivid picture of the apocalypse.
Trace Adkins' return to 'Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars' paid off in a huge way, as he was "hired" by host/executive producer Donald Trump in Sunday night's heated competition against fellow finalist, Penn Jillette, winning the show.
Trace Adkins was the king of the world -- or at least of NYC -- on Wednesday, May 15. The country superstar, last seen with a busted foot, performed at Manhattan's famed Hard Rock Cafe as part of a special engagement for SiriusXM listeners, members of the Red Cross and the USO. The performance was part of the Sounds of Summer programming.
Trace Adkins is will surprise everyone with his newest studio album, 'Love Will,' which is set to be released this spring. While it has a seemingly love-driven title, it may not be full of romantic, sappy songs, as the title suggests.
One thing’s for sure: Trace Adkins is a strong example of what tough people do -- not only in his music, but also in life. The four-time Grammy-nominated artist has seen great success as well as devastating loss -- especially the 2011 loss of his house in an electrical fire while the singer was traveling to Alaska. Since then, he has realized the necessity of making every moment count, and that includes being bluntly honest when needed.
Trace Adkins upset some viewers during his performance of 'We Three Kings' and 'The Christmas Song' at the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting Wednesday night, which was broadcast nationwide on NBC. The actual performance was stirring and elegant, however, Adkins' Confederate flag earpiece is what people have been talking about since.
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