Country music darling and America’s sweetheart Taylor Swift dropped some big hints on her Facebook page today (July 9), eluding that big news is on the way. While she didn’t specifically say that the to-be-announced reveal is related to her new album — due out later this year — we’re speculating that it probably has something to do with that.
One club that singer Chris Young doesn’t want membership in is the ‘Bus on Fire’ club. In recent months, the likes of Jerrod Niemann and Lee Brice have witnessed their tour vehicles fall victim to fiery blazes. Young was almost among their ranks last Friday (June 30), when his vehicle caught fire in Charlotte, N.C.
Zac Brown Band are animated in the video for their latest jam ‘The Wind’ from the forthcoming ‘Uncaged.’ The band didn’t hire just any old animator for this clip. They pulled out the big gun in the form of ‘Beavis & Butthead’ and ‘King of the Hill’ creator Mike Judge, who fashioned the hilarious protagonist Robo Redneck aka the Six Million Dollar Honky.
Willie Nelson ought to change his first name to “Wily.” That’s because the pro-pot singer is smartly planning to either rent or purchase a home in the Netherlands in the next year so he can continue to buy marijuana legally. Local Dutch officials are planning to outlaw “drug tourism” next year, meaning that non-resident pot proponents can’t travel there to stock up. Nelson wants to skirt that problem, so he’ll pick himself up a nice piece of real estate.
Carrie Underwood is on a crusade. The ‘Good Girl’ singer, who made some waves in the press with her comments on marriage equality, which were both supported and chastised, plans to change the way country music is perceived in the U.K. She is also trying to help make the genre popular in the region. If anyone is up for the challenge of bringing country music into the spotlight across the pond, it’s Carried Underwood.
Tim McGraw is generous with photos of his handsome self on Twitter. A week after sharing a shirtless pic, showing off his buff chest and muscular arms, which generated quite a bit of chatter in the process, the singer tweeted a photo from the studio.
The third annual Lifting Lives Music Camp is slated for June 18 through June 22 in Nashville, with country superstars like Luke Bryan, Lauren Alaina, Big & Rich, Brett Eldredge and Jana Kramer set to take part in the festivities at the event. It’s for a good cause, so it’s refreshing to see these country artists carving time out of their beyond busy schedules for something so beneficial to others.
The residents of Middleborough, Massachusetts will likely be fined $20 for loud, public swearing. It’s a hot-button issue, since it may or may not infringe on free speech, which is protected by the First Amendment.
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