Lady Antebellum will take center stage at this year's Fourth of July celebration in Nashville. The free show is on Lower Broadway and will also feature Chris Janson. Following the concert, there will naturally be a fireworks show synchronized to the music of The Nashville Symphony.
Keith Urban is set to release his ninth studio album, Graffiti U, on April 27th.
The 13-track record includes his song “Female” and his latest single, "Coming Home" with Julia Michaels.
Keith will launch his Graffiti U World Tour with Kelsea Ballerini June 15th in St. Louis, Missouri and they will be at Blossom on August 10th.
Carrie Underwood is back in the studio…
Jason and Brittany Aldean share their struggles with fertility problems…
Carrie Underwood posted a picture of herself in the studio yesterday looking as beautiful as ever. She took a fall after the CMAs last year that left her with a broken wrist and facial injuries that required 40-50 stitches. She warned fans she may appear different- in this pic she looks great. Rumors have been going around that she had a face lift. No matter what, it is obvious Carrie is back in the studio recording.
Jason and Brittany Aldean are sharing that they struggled with fertility problems before finally conceiving their son, Memphis.
Brittany shared more about their struggle online via her social media accounts.
She says she wants to have another child soon, so they can get all the potty training and diapers done with at one time. Jason has a busy schedule as he is set to kick off his High Noon Neon tour in May and stop in 34 cities including a stop at Blossom on August 23rd.
Thomas Rhett announced more tour dates…
Scotty McCreery’s album went #1…
Thomas Rhett announced the fall leg of his Life Changes 2018 tour. He'll be joined by Brett Young and Midland. It starts September 13th in Maine and runs through October 27th in Sacramento, California. Tickets go on sale Friday.
Meanwhile, the spring leg of the tour starts this week in Oklahoma.
Scotty McCreery’s album Seasons Change debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart.
He said, “I’m glad everyone is enjoying the new music. I am so thankful to my fans, who have always been so supportive. With a No. 1 album, my first-ever No. 1 single, and my upcoming wedding to the love of my life, I just don’t see how 2018 can get any better!”
The past few months have been big for Scotty- he earned that first No. 1 single with “Five More Minutes,” and he also popped the question to his longtime girlfriend Gabi. The two plan to wed sometime later this year.
Luke Bryan is still at #1…
Maren Morris is at #1 on the pop charts…
Sugarland are back in a big way…
Luke Bryan scored a two-week number-one with "Most People Are Good" this week.
He said when he played the song for his mother the line ‘most mothers ought to qualify for sainthood’ made her cry and he knows his wife should definitely be a saint.
Maren Morris has racked up her first number-one on the pop charts. "The Middle," her collaboration with Zedd and Grey, takes the top spot on Billboard's Top Pop Songs radio airplay chart.
Maren is the sixth artist to have topped both Country Airplay and Pop Songs, after Backstreet Boys, Kelly Clarkson, Tim McGraw, Pink and Taylor Swift.
She already has two country number-ones to her name: "I Could Use a Love Song" and "Craving You" with Thomas Rhett.
Sugarland are back in big way with their new album Bigger, which comes out on June 8th.
They say the album will feature songs about empowerment and rising above the chaos in the world. Sugarland kick off their Still the Same tour on May 4th and will stop at the Covelli Centre in Youngstown on July 13th.