Here's some great news for Trace Adkins and his family. It looks like Trace's wife Rhonda has had a change of heart about their divorce and has now called it off.
What should have been a fun day of listening to Trace Adkins perform turned into mayhem on Saturday after a man got drunk and pissed off and decided to drive his SUV into a crowd of concertgoers. Seriously, what is wrong with people?
File this one under bizarre lawsuits of the rich and famous.
Sara Evans and Craig Shelske - AP Sara Evans and her ex-husband, Craig Schelske, had a pretty nasty divorce a few years ago that even Kenny Chesney's crotch wasn't safe from. Sara…
Chisolm mugshot via TSG Well here's a good reason never to fall asleep while at a concert. Benjamin Chisolm, a 19-year-old college lacrosse star for University of Maryland, got himself busted on…
Is Taylor Swift's Rhode Island beach side mansion a beacon for criminals? Signs definitely point to yes, yes, yes. TMZ is reporting that three people - two guys and a…
Uh oh. Reba McEntire has found herself in the middle of not one but two different but connected lawsuits.
In October of 2011, Reba was set to perform at West Virginia’s Big Sandy Superstore Arena. While working on the stage, someone reportedly from Reba's crew was trying to untangle "a lighting truss and ceiling light fixture." The fixture ended up falling and hitting another worker on the head.
The injured man, Ronald G. St. Clair, ended up filing suit in September of 2013 against McEntire and concert promoter AEG, claiming he was severely injured.
Kyle Nunn photo courtesy Wave3
Seriously, what is this world coming to?
A creep in Kentucky is accused of using Jason Aldean's name to steal $9,000 from the family of a sick little girl as well as a Louisville business who was trying to help.
Nearly nine months after a copyright complaint was filed and two months after a judge ruled that the lawsuit could move forward, Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley have responded to the suit brought against them over their #1 hit song Remind Me.
Kenny Chesney seems like a pretty chill, laid back kind of guy, but apparently that doesn't mean he won't still sue you if the need arises.
According to the Tennessean, Kenny has filed a copyright lawsuit against a company who has been using his name and trademarked logo of a guitar leaning against a palm tree to sell their unauthorized merchandise.
Reuters What an odd story. Back last month I told you how Wynonna Judd had admitted to placing a tracking device on a car owned by her sister, Ashley Judd,…
This guy is seriously the gift that keeps on giving ... and giving ... and giving ... and giving. Sue happy former attorney and resident John Rich stalker/hater/foe, Chris Sevier, is back and as wacky as ever. Just how we love him!