Who is ready for more music from Chuck Wicks? Well, Chuck Wicks, for one. But new music isn’t the only thing on his radar. In addition to writing for his own forthcoming second studio album, the singer will also have a cut on the new Jason Aldean project, slated for release in October.
When it came time to book his opening acts for his Virtual Reality Tour, Brad Paisley took a chance on one of country music’s hottest newcomers, Scotty McCreery. McCreery, who was fresh off his ‘American Idol’ win when he accepted the kind offer, says the experience thus far has been nothing short of amazing.
After a whirlwind spring on the road with Billy Currington and David Nail, Kip Moore must be feeling bittersweet about the tour ending. The opportunity to open for both hitmakers was something Moore was especially fired up about.
Congratulations are in order for the Civil Wars singer Joy Williams and her husband Nate Yetton, who welcomed a baby boy into the world over the weekend. Miles Alexander, the couple’s first child together, was born on Saturday, June 30.
Luke Bryan has done it again! The singer has topped the Country Singles chart this week with his latest release, ‘Drunk on You.’ The tune is Bryan’s second consecutive No. 1 song, following a previous hit that he co-wrote with the Peach Pickers, ‘I Don’t Want This Night to End.’
Everyone at LP Field was thinking it on Saturday night (June 23), wondering if Faith Hill would be joining husband Tim McGraw onstage during his performance as part of the Brothers of the Sun Tour, also featuring Kenny Chesney. When McGraw announced more than halfway into his set that he had a “special surprise” just for the Nashville crowd and began to sing the beginning of his duet with Hill, ‘I Need You,’ nobody had to wonder any longer.
With six months of chemo under his belt, Wade Hayes is finally on the right side of recovery from his stage IV colon cancer, for which he underwent surgery back in December. In recent weeks, Hayes had bloodwork done — it came back tumor free. Hayes has finally completed chemotherapy is anxious about living his life once again.
What a week for Eric Church! Not only is he celebrating the success of ‘Springsteen’ – his single sitting at No. 1 for a second consecutive week — but now he has reason to tip another cold one back after hearing the news that his album, ‘Chief,’ has gone platinum.
This week is shaping up to be a pretty decent one in the lives and careers of Alan Jackson and newcomer Jana Kramer. Both of their brand new albums hit stores last Tuesday, and now the charts are in. Jackson’s ‘Thirty Miles West’ knocked Carrie Underwood‘s ‘Blown Away’ out of the No. 1 slot, while Kramer’s self-titled project comes in at No. 5, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
This year will most definitely be one that Eric Church remembers for the rest of his life. In January, the singer scored his very first No. 1 single with ‘Drink in My Hand,’ and now he has returned to the top with his current hit, ‘Springsteen.’ The tune sits at No. 1 on both the Billboard and Mediabase/Country Aircheck charts this week, making it the singer’s second consecutive chart-topping song.
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