Kenny Chesney returns to the top of the country singles charts this week with his latest hit, ‘Reality.’ The tune marks Chesney’s 23rd career chart-topper and the fourth from his current album, ‘Hemingway’s Whiskey.’ Previous No. 1 hits from that album include ‘The Boys of Fall,’ ‘Somewhere With You’ and ‘Live a Little.’
After a successful surgery for his battle with stage IV colon cancer in December, Wade Hayes is finally on the right side of recovery. The ‘Old Enough to Know Better’ and ‘I’m Still Dancin’ With You’ hitmaker has spent two months getting chemotherapy treatment and is now seeing the results his friends, family and fans have been praying for since news of his illness broke late last year.
When Keith Urban says thank you to his team for their never-ending rallying and support of his career, he goes all out, every time. So it was only natural when his latest single ‘You Gonna Fly’ topped the charts for not one but two weeks, that he decided to send the entire marching band from Father Ryan High School in Nashville over to his record label, Capitol Records, to perform the song in celebration (check out the video below).
The entire world knows of most of Tim McGraw‘s talents — singing, songwriting, acting, entertaining, cooking, being athletic — the list goes on and on. But a new talent that has just been discovered thanks to a YouTube video is McGraw’s ability to juggle!
Scotty McCreery‘s hardly having any trouble scoring success, especially when it comes to his latest single, ‘The Trouble With Girls.’ The tune has now reached gold certification for sales exceeding 500,000 copies sold, according to the RIAA.
Congratulations are in order once again for Keith Urban, who has hit the No. 1 slot on the country singles chart right now for the 14th time. His latest single, ‘You Gonna Fly,’ written by the LoCash Cowboys‘ Preston Brust and Chris Lucas (along with Jaren Johnston), spent only 19 weeks on the chart before reaching the top, marking one of the singer’s fastest rising hits to date.
When Hank Williams Jr. tours, he never seems to have trouble finding fellow country artists — or artists of any genre for that matter — to help him out in the opening act slots. It was no different when it came time to look for his musical pals to lend their time to his forthcoming Taking Back the Country tour, set to kick off next month.
Good news for Wade Hayes, who is continuing his chemo treatment after being diagnosed with stage IV colon cancer in December. The ‘Old Enough to Know Better’ and ‘I’m Still Dancin’ With You’ singer is back on his feet, doing some light working out and even getting ready to tackle the world of songwriting this week.
For the second week in a row, the Band Perry are topping the country singles chart with their current hit, ‘All Your Life.’ Last week, the tune topped Billboard’s country singles chart, but were one slot shy of No. 1 on the Mediabase / Country Aircheck chart. ‘All Your Life’ is the second chart-topping tune for the Band Perry, who went No. 1 in December 2010 with their smash hit, the award-winning song ‘If I Die Young.’
David Nail‘s new favorite color just might be gold, seeing as how two of his hit singles — ‘Let It Rain’ and ‘Red Light’ — both have just been certified gold by the RIAA, which gives virtual bling to tunes which garner downloads exceeding 500,000 copies.
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