If you're one of those who thinks that country music has gone straight down the crapper then this Year-in-Review video that Farce the Music featured this morning is for you.
Miranda Lambert sounded like she was just about busting at the seams when she announced her new project on Facebook Wednesday evening. I am so excited I can finally share…
In retrospect, I bet Brantley Gilbert and Jana Kramer wish they hadn't been so open about their relationship. I'll admit, when we had Jana in the studio, it was all…
LeAnn Rimes may not have won any awards at last night's American Country Awards, but the girl was the talk of the evening after this amazing tribute to Patsy Cline.
You can read the full list of winners at the show after the jump.
You can't make this stuff up, people.
Bearded wonder and Blake Shelton "The Voice" team member, Cole Vosbury, recently found himself at the center of a strange extortion plot by a businessman he'd never even met who was threatening to reveal the singer's deep, dark secrets.
Well it's happened. The National Enquirer has finally moved away from the stories of trouble in Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert's marriage, at least temporarily.
Now they've moved on to a new story about Blake being ready to murder and/or testify in court against the man who killed his friend, whichever comes first.
Well it seems like the National Enquirer really has high hopes for one day being right about the cheating habits of country stars.
After spending a good deal of time trying to convince the world that Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert and Tim McGraw and Faith Hill were all cheating and divorcing, they've now decided to move onto Brad Paisley and his wife, Kimberly Williams-Paisley.
And Kimberly thinks it's great!
Looks like Miranda Lambert has picked sides and it's not Blake Shelton's side she's chosen this time. But don't worry, I'm pretty sure it'll be a friendly fight. Us…
When you've helped your team win a show such as "The Voice" three times, you're naturally going to be the one to watch and the one to beat, which is…
WARNING: Don’t take this week seriously, I’m delirious and
think I’m funny.
So, you may have noticed I didn’t do a chart roundup last
week. No special reason; I was just sleeping instead. I miss sleep.
So Luke Bryan’s hogging #1 across Hot Country Songs and
Country Digital Songs still with ‘That’s My Kind of Night’, which I think is
mighty selfish of him. It’s dropped down to #6 on Country Airplay though, and he’s
down to #4 on Top Country Albums with ‘Crash My Party’, so at least he’s
sharing a little. Florida Georgia Line are missing their chart glory so ‘Stay’
is biting at Luke’s heels at #2 on Country Digital Songs and #8 on Hot Country
Songs, but country radio clearly doesn’t care seeing as it’s still at #19.
Thomas Rhett’s R&B hit ‘It Goes Like This’ is clearly fooling a lot of
people and is still at #2 on Hot Country Songs and #3 on Country Digital Songs/Country
Airplay, while his debut album has managed to come in above sell-out Toby Keith
by placing at #2. An album track called ‘Get Me Some of That’ is at #6 on
Country Digital Songs. Speaking of Toby, ‘Drinks After Work’ is at #3, in case
On Tuesday, Blake Shelton had an interesting conversation on Twitter that ended up having him, oddly enough, defending both Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus against the haters.
First off, a guy named L*A*W, a Grammy-nominated guy (not sure for what and I'm too lazy to look), began a conversation about Miley Cyrus' new album only being what it is (debuting at #1) because of her recent twerking and craziness.
Lots of people were agreeing with him, but then something interesting happened … Blake Shelton got involved.
"Billing didn't make her album #1. People paying money for it did," Blake wrote.
Other fans got involved and Blake countered their arguments with: "You can't sell records with publicity or hype. No matter what anyone says. People buy music because they're moved by the song or artist.."
And then: "Side note: I personally think "Wrecking Ball" is a great song.."
Nominations have been announced for the fourth annual American Country Awards, hosted by multi-Platinum® recording artist Trace Adkins and NASCAR superstar Danica Patrick. The special will air live from Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas Tuesday, Dec. 10 (8:00-10:00 PM ET live/PT tape-delayed) on FOX.
Taylor Swift leads the American Country Award nominees with eight nominations; Florida Georgia Line and Blake Shelton each earned seven nominations.