The time is nearing where the cold weather will be turning slightly warmer, which means it’s the perfect time for a new Luke Bryan ‘Spring Break’ EP! Bryan’s latest hot release ‘Spring Break 4 … Suntan City’ will hit stores on March 6.
Josh Thompson, Rodney Atkins, Justin Moore and Trace Adkins are just a few of the big-name artists who have lent their songs to the new release from the NRA, ‘This Is NRA Country Vol. 1.’ The 12-track CD features several gun-friendly tunes, including Thompson’s ‘Way Out Here,’ Atkins’ ‘Cleaning This Gun,’ Moore’s ‘This Is NRA Country’ and Adkins’ ‘More of Us.’
Trace Adkins can now add narrator to his never-ending list of career accomplishments. Adkins has teamed up with the Smithsonian National Postal Museum to present the true children’s story of Owney — the dog famous for riding the rails and visiting Post Offices across the country in the 1890s — in a new eBook.
Josh Kelley‘s household is constantly in a whirlwind between his music career, the booming success of his wife Katherine Heigl’s career, and raising their 3-year-old daughter, Naleigh. But the two find plenty of balance in it all, even as Kelley prepares to head back into the studio this spring.
Lee Brice‘s highly-anticipated sophomore album on Curb Records is set to hit stores in April. The new collection of tunes will be titled ‘Hard to Love,’ and, according to the singer, will be packed with plenty of music that is his most honest to date.
Last summer, the world was saddened by the news that legendary country star Glen Campbell was in the beginning stages of his battle with Alzheimer’s. Rather than laying low and disappearing from the music scene, Campbell announced a full-blown tour as his way to say thank you to his loyal fans throughout the years.
When you think of Brantley Gilbert, you think singer and hit songwriter. In addition to writing his own chart-topping hit, ‘Country Must Be Country Wide,’ Gilbert is also responsible for penning Jason Aldean‘s ‘My Kinda Party’ and co-writing ‘Dirt Road Anthem’ with Colt Ford.
Tuesday night (Feb. 7), Jake Owen was among the lucky few Nashville residents who were able to see an early screening of the highly anticipated new movie ‘Act of Valor.’ But seeing the movie prior to it hitting theaters was not the only honor and perk Owen experienced that night. The singer was also able to rub elbows with some active duty Navy SEALS and express his gratitude for what they do day after day for our country.
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