NBC will celebrate America with its annual Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular as Blake Shelton, Keith Urban, Kelly Clarkson and more take the stage to perform in New York City.
Of course there will be fireworks and you can catch all the fun on the 4th starting at 8pm on NBC.
Kip Moore has opened a lodging facility designed especially for hikers and rock climbers.
Bedrock at the Red, located in Red River Gorge in Kentucky, is the idea of Kip and his longtime friend Jeremy Salyers.
Kip says, “This space is something I’ve been really looking forward to being ready. Every part of the lodge has been intricately thought through, and hopefully encourages guests to connect on a community level. I love to rock climb in my spare time and I think we’ve created something pretty special.”
The lodge is close to some of the best hiking and rock climbing destinations.
Faith, Dolly and more to get stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame…
Kane Brown is learning from some of the best…
Faith Hill, Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt are slated to get stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame next year.
Dolly, Emmylou and Linda will be inducted for the Trio albums they made together.
Dolly already has a star for her solo recordings.
It's easy to forget that Kane Brown has been performing professionally for just a couple of years.
He's already had two number-one hits and has been hand-picked as the supporting act by Chris Young and Brad Paisley for their tours. He's been learning how to be a better performer from the headliners, but Kane says he still has a long way to go.
He says, "I'm still trying to find out what to say, what gets the crowd pumped, what doesn't get the crowd pumped. I'm still just trying to find out me and who I am. I've only been doing it for two years, so I'm still at the baby stage right now."
He will be at the Medina County Fair on August 2nd!
Jason and Luke may be bringing their steakhouse to Nashville…
Brett Eldredge is making another Christmas album…
Looks like Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan could be opening a steakhouse in Nashville.
There are reports that the E3 Chophouse has filed for a permit to build a restaurant in Nashville's Hillsboro Village.
Jason and Luke are partners in the E3 Chophouse in Colorado, so it would make sense for them to be part of the Nashville operation. I will keep you posted on where the beef is!
Brett Eldredge is busy at work on his second Christmas album.
He says, "Some of the last magic in this world is in Christmas music. As many people as I can, I want to be part of their holiday traditions."
Brett returned to New York City where he recorded his first holiday album, Glow, to make the new album.
No word on the official title or release date.
Jana Kramer is expecting her second child…
Morgan Wallen scores a #1 song…
Jana Kramer and her husband, Mike Caussin, are expecting their second child, she is due in November -- and she has opened up about their difficulties with getting pregnant.
Jana told People magazine she's had five miscarriages, her most recent in February. She's now through her first trimester and knows the sex of her baby, but won't announce it for another couple of weeks.
Jana and Mike already have a two-year-old daughter named Jolie, and they recently reconciled after hitting a rough patch in their marriage. They celebrated their third anniversary last month.
Morgan Wallen has earned his first number-one as an artist.
"Up Down," featuring Florida Georgia Line, is sitting up at the top of the Mediabase Country Airplay chart this week. Morgan's first number-one was Jason Aldean’s "You Make It Easy," which he co-wrote. Morgan is out on the road with Luke Bryan, opening on the What Makes You Country tour.
FGL’s Boathouse closer to opening…
Jason Aldean loves some fan’s gifts…
Florida Georgia Line's restaurant and bar in Nashville is always full of people and fans.
Now, the guys are hoping to bring a similar concept to Florida. The FGL Boathouse is still in the planning stages, but it looks like they're closing in on a deal for property near the water in an undisclosed location.
Jason Aldean's fans are always bringing him gifts. Some of them he thinks are great- for example, blankets made from all of his tour T-shirts, but others not so much.
Jason explains, "Like when people bring us food, like, 'we made you some cookies.Yeah, I appreciate it, but I'm probably not going to eat these cookies because I just don't know you.' Stuff like that. Some of the stuff is weird, but some of the stuff is cool."
Jason's High Noon Neon tour stops at Blossom on August 23rd. If you're going, skip the cookies.