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Monday, 22 January 2018 06:31

Sarah Kay's Nashville News, Week of 1/22/18

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Friday, 1/26

Trace Adkins to advise Team Blake…
Chris Stapleton and Justin Timberlake team up…

 

Blake Shelton is the current reigning champion coach of The Voice and his good friend Trace Adkins will help out when The Voice returns this season. Trace will be Team Blake’s advisor. The two have know each other for years and even collaborated musically- giving us the gem "Hillbilly Bone." Trace will also join Blake on tour this year.
The Voice Season 14 premieres on NBC on Feb. 26.

The video for Justin Timberlake's "Say Something" featuring Chris Stapleton was released yesterday. 
Justin and Chris co-wrote the song. It appears on Justin's Man of the Woods album, which comes out on February 2nd. Justin is performing at the half-time show at the Super Bowl on February 4th, and many are wondering if Chris is going to show up as a surprise guest.
We do know that Chris is set to perform a bunch this weekend- first on Saturday, he is the musical guest on SNL and then he will perform on the Grammys on Sunday night where is is nominated for 3 awards.

 

Thursday, 1/25

Brothers Osborne to release a new album…
Russell Dickerson is on top…

Brothers Osborne will release their sophomore album, Port Saint Joe, on April 20th. 
They recorded the album over two weeks in Florida. 
John Osborne says, “Port Saint Joe is a sonic representation of who we’ve become not only as a band but as people. Every show we’ve ever played together is on this record. Every song we’ve ever written and every mile we’ve ever ridden has led to the making of this record. Imperfections and all.” 

After 39 weeks, Russell Dickerson’s “Yours” is the No. 1 song on the Billboard Country Airplay chart. The tune, was inspired by Russell’s relationship with his wife, Kailey- and it has turned into a popular wedding song.
“Yours” is the lead single from Russell’s self-titled debut album.

 

Wednesday, 1/24

Miranda Lambert is helping out mutts…
Luke Bryan extended his tour… 

Miranda Lambert is making sure her furry friends get some love during her Livin' Like Hippies tour. 
She's asking fans to drop off dog food, toys, supplies or money at the red wagon that will be parked at the venues of all her tour stops. All the items collected will be donated to dog shelters in the tour city. Miranda says this a way to combine her two passions- music and mutts.
She will be at the Wolstein Center in Cleveland on March 3rd!

Luke Bryan has added dates to his What Makes You Country tour. The new dates will extend the trek into the early fall. 
He will stop at The Countryfest on Friday, June 15th!

 

Tuesday, 1/23

Eric Church is platinum and back at #1…
Carrie Underwood’s wrist is good to go… 

Eric Church has the number-one song in country music this week. "Round Here Buzz" has reached the top of the Mediabase Country Airplay chart. This is his eighth number-one hit. And to add even more good news- Eric’s album Mister Misunderstood was just certified platinum for sales of more than 1 million copies.

Carrie Underwood had her last visit with her doctor who took care of her after her nasty fall back in November. 
The final X-ray shows a fork-like structure that appears to be keeping her wrist together. She wrote on Instagram thanking her doctor and physical therapist and said she is good to go.
Carrie is still taking some time off, but she'll be well represented at the Super Bowl and the Winter Olympics with her song anthem "The Champion."

 

Monday, 1/22

Johnny Cash’s songs going into the Grammy Hall of Fame…
Brothers Osborne, Maren Morris and Eric Church to perform at the Grammys 

Three of Johnny Cash's live recordings have been selected for the Grammy Hall of Fame. 
"Folsom Prison Blues," "Cocaine Blues" and "Blue Suede Shoes," will be part of the Grammy Museum's exhibit of songs with historical significance. 
Other songs joining the exhibit include Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You,"  and Aerosmith's "Dream On." 

Brothers Osborne, Maren Morris and Eric Church will pay tribute to those who died from gun-related violence at concerts during this year's Grammy Awards. 
All three performed at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas last October, in which 58 people died during a shooting rampage.
The 60th annual Grammy Awards will air live this Sunday, January 28th on CBS. 
 

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