For the third straight week, Blake Shelton has locked down the No. 1 position on the country singles chart with his latest smash, ‘God Gave Me You.’ The tune is the follow-up single to his four-week chart-topping hit, ‘Honey Bee.’ Both songs can be found on his ‘Red River Blue’ album that hit stores in July.
Last week, Lauren Alaina made headlines with her amazing physical transformation since dropping 25 pounds in only five months. Taste of Country caught up with the southern belle in Nashville over the weekend during the annual Family Day benefit, where we asked Alaina if she truly planned on losing another 10 pounds to reach her goal, as reported.
Good news for Lonestar fans. Next year, the band’s original lead singer, Richie McDonald, will return to the group — best know for hits ‘Amazed’ and ‘I’m Already There’ — to mark 20 years of making music together. In addition to a tour to commemorate their anniversary, Lonestar will also release a brand-new album with vocals by McDonald.
Congratulations to Blake Shelton, who is spending his second week atop the Billboard country singles chart with his latest single, ‘God Gave Me You.’ In addition to being No. 1 on Billboard, Shelton has also moved up a slot on Country Aircheck/Mediabase, where he tops that chart as well.
Lady Antebellum just released their third studio album, ‘Own the Night,’ in September, and have only released two singles from the project — but member Charles Kelley is already putting his mind around the thought of making their next record.
Miranda Lambert has been burning up the country music scene with her red-hot career, so when it came time for her to put together her new tour for 2012, it was only fitting to call it the On Fire Tour.
Rascal Flatts may have just wrapped up their summertime Flatts Fest Tour, but they are already looking ahead to 2012 and have announced their next headlining trek. The Thaw Out Tour is set to kick off on January 12 in Charleston, W.V. at the Civic Center Coliseum and will wrap on February 18 when they stop in East Rutherford, N.J. after visiting 14 cities.
Sunday evening (October 16), the best of the best in Nashville’s songwriting community gathered at the Renaissance Hotel in the heart of Music City, where dozens of tunesmiths were recognized at the 41st Anniversary Hall of Fame Dinner and Induction Ceremony. The top honors at the invite-only event went to Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, John Bettis, Thom Schuyler and Allen Shamblin, who were all inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Condolences go out to the family and friends of Charlie Daniels Band member Joel ‘Taz’ DiGregorio, who was killed in a car accident Wednesday night (October 12) just outside of Nashville. Taz, 67, was on his way to bus call late Wednesday when he wrecked his car along I-40 in Cheatham County. The keyboardist died as a result of the injuries he sustained in the single-car accident.
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