Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line have reason to celebrate while out in Las Vegas for the ACM Awards, even before the show takes place. The duo…
Florida Georgia Line are pretty much taking over every aspect of mainstream country music (and popular culture in general), so I guess it only makes sense that they'd announce their second annual 'This Is How We Roll' cruise in 2015
Photo Florida Georgia Line enlisted the help of the Janesville 4H fair for the video for their song, 'It'z Just What We Do." I'm going to pretend they didn't get…
A lot has been written about Trace Adkins and the events that transpired last week on the country cruise that ended up with the singer heading to rehab.
In fact, I had a lengthy post about what I had dug up about Michael Larsen, the guy who fancies himself a Trace Adkins impersonator and who Trace got into an argument with on board the ship.
Life being what it is, Trace has far more fans than Michael Larsen and so more people have come out to defend Trace. Well turns out Larsen does have at least one vocal fan and she wrote me this morning.
Update: Love & Theft's Stephen Barker Liles has pretty much confirmed in a new interview what I suspected in writing this story … Trace had gotten angry at Larsen for shadowing him for so long and following him to the cruise. Stephen also said that the guy had started signing autographs with Trace's name. Thankfully he says no punches were thrown between the two men.
As you've probably heard by now, Trace Adkins' cruise this week ended up being anything but smooth sailing and Trace has since checked himself into rehab for alcohol.
Since yesterday, I've heard from multiple people who are on the cruise that Trace was asked to leave the ship and didn't just leave because he felt the need to head to rehab. I'm happy he's gone back to rehab, no matter how he got there, but since yesterday I've been kind of curious what the story is with the guy Trace got into the tussle with.
Up until now, all we've known him as is a Trace Adkins impersonator and that's been about it.
Well in this day and age it doesn't take long for things to get around so now let me introduce you to Michael Larsen, the impersonator who is probably on minute 2 of his now quickly ticking away 15 who riled up country's resident gentle giant, Trace Adkins.
Here's a happy little video to get people bitching this morning. :0) Florida Georgia Line performed their smash hit Cruise along with rapper Nelly at last night's Teen Choice…