Last week (April 10), Keith Urban hosted the annual All for the Hall fundraiser, which benefits the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. An all-star lineup made up of Hall of Fame members, contemporary country stars and newcomers to the scene joined the Opry’s newest member to put on an unforgettable show for a sold-out, rowdy crowd.
On Wednesday night, Craig Morgan brought a little country to Conan O’Brien’s stage. The ‘This Ole Boy’ singer performed his newest hit single on ‘Conan,’ drawing cheers from the crowd and kind words from the red-haired comedian.
Conan O’Brien has been practicing his country twang this week in preparation for a visit from Craig Morgan. Or should we say practicin’? Tonight, Morgan will perform ‘This Ole Boy,’ the title track from his latest release, on Coco’s stage. Earlier today, Morgan tweeted this photo of himself occupying Conan’s chair.
They say you can’t really know somebody until you walk a mile in their shoes. But we have a pretty good idea about what kind of person Granger Smith is, even though we haven’t laced up his combat boots. Last year, the Texas country star slipped on his military footwear and walked 100 miles in support of our troops. This year, he’ll return to the pavement to do it all over again, this time with a little more experience under his belt.
Blake Shelton has had so much success working as a coach on the reality TV singing competition ‘The Voice’ that plenty of other country artists have joined in the trend. Soon, Jennifer Nettles will help kick off a new one called ‘Duets,’ and John Rich will join in on the CW’s ‘The Star Next Door.’ Country queens Reba McEntire and Miranda Lambert have flocked to ‘The Voice’ as well, each making guest appearances as celebrity mentors. So who will be the next country hitmaker to make an appearance on the small screen? Turns out, it could be Luke Bryan.
Lionel Richie has been hitting it off with lots of country superstars this week.Last night, Richie and Billy Currington stopped by ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ to perform ‘Just for You,’ a track from ‘Tuskegee,’ Richie’s latest album.
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