WE Fest 2014, which has an impressive line up of Brad Paisley and Jason Aldean, saw some unfortunate behavior this past weekend. Actually unfortunate isn't the word. It was straight…
Who should be responsible for Glen Campbell's care, his wife or his daughter? That's a question that's currently being discussed in a very public way by those very women.
Back a couple of months ago, Glen Campbell's wife made the tough decision to move the singer to a long-term care facility. Campbell, who announced in 2011 that he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease, had, she said, deteriorated to a point where it wasn't safe to have him at home any longer.
"There were five of us taking care of him and we were all completely exhausted," Campbell's wife Kim told People at the time. "No one was getting any sleep and we were just struggling every second to keep him safe – we felt like it wasn't safe anymore."
As someone who was involved in the tough decision to place my father-in-law in a care facility when his Alzheimer's became too much to handle, I can definitely relate to her decision.
When Miranda Lambert announced details of her new album "Platinum" yesterday and revealed that she had a collaboration with Carrie Underwood, fans naturally wanted to know more.
During a new interview on Yahoo, the singer tells how the duet with Carrie came to be.
"Singing with Carrie Underwood is very, very intimidating – I mean, I'll be honest. She is an amazing vocalist, I'm a big fan of hers, and asking her to do this was nerve-wracking.
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I sent her an email … a long, blabbing email about if she wanted to sing on the record, it could be cool, but maybe she didn't want to, and if she liked the song, but she didn't have to like the song … when I sent it I thought this sounds ridiculous."
Ridiculous or not, I'm pretty sure the song, which is called Something Bad, is going to be more like something completely awesome!
"Platinum" hits stores June 3.
Check out video of Miranda's interview after the jump …
Well here's a bit of interesting and exciting news – 10 years after his death, a new album of never-before-heard music from Johnny Cash is set to be released.
According to the AP, back in the early '80s, Johnny recorded an album that for various reasons was shelved without ever being released. Not long afterwards, Cash was dropped by Columbia Records.
Luckily, Johnny and his wife, June Carter Cash, stashed the tapes and now fans will be able to hear the 30-plus-year-old recordings for the first time ever.
Shania Twain is set to return to her Las Vegas show, Still The One, tonight for a run of 22 shows through December. Fortunately, if you're not able to make…