Although we are only four months into the new year, 2012 is already shaping up to be one heck of a year for Sunny Sweeney. In addition to going into the new year as a happy newlywed, the singer-songwriter is also gearing up to hit the road with several country hunks this summer — Gary Allan, Josh Thompson, Rodney Atkins, Justin Moore and Eric Paslay — on the 2012 Country Throwdown Tour. But that’s not where things stop for Sweeney. As she continues to criss-cross the country, she will also begin working on her sophomore album on Republic Nashville.
Summertime is just around the corner, which means country music’s hottest artists are gearing up for tour season to launch into overdrive. And there’s no exception for Toby Keith, who just announced his 2012 tour coming in June.
Could the Kelleys be any more talented? Let’s break it down: Josh Kelley is a phenomenal singer and songwriter, his wife is the award-winning Katherine Heigl, and his brother Charles makes up one third of country trio Lady Antebellum.
Twenty-one just might turn out to be Eric Church‘s new lucky number. Church, who is currently criss-crossing the country on his first headlining trek, the Blood, Sweat and Beers Tour, has officially sold out a total of 21 shows, as his upcoming May 19 performance at the legendary Red Rocks Amplitheatre in Morrison, Colo. has just reached capacity.
Luke Bryan is enjoying his Spring Break this week. You may be scratching your head and thinking that Bryan is too old for the one week out of the year that college kids count down for, but the hitmaker recently released his latest and fourth Spring Break EP, titled ‘Suntan City,’ just last week.
Dierks Bentley finds himself back at No. 1 this week, as his latest single ‘Home’ tops the country singles chart. ‘Home’ marks Bentley’s second consecutive No. 1 single and ninth career chart-topper, following ‘What Was I Thinkin’,’ ‘Come a Little Closer,’ ‘Settle for a Slowdown,’ ‘Every Mile a Memory,’ ‘Free and Easy (Down the Road I Go),’ ‘Feel That Fire,’ ‘Sideways’ and ‘Am I the Only One.’
Carrie Underwood celebrated her 29th birthday over the weekend (Saturday, March 10) with a little help from her friends. The singer’s closest pals treated the mega-star to a little trip down memory lane with a surprise 80s-themed birthday bash in Nashville.
Martina McBride is riding high at No. 1 on the Music Row’s Country Breakout Singles chart this week with her power-ballad anthem about dealing with breast cancer, ‘I’m Gonna Love You Through It.’ The song made its impact to country radio late last summer and took 31 weeks to top the industry chart.
Just when you think the Band Perry‘s chart-topping smash ‘If I Die Young’ can’t get any bigger, it does. The sibling trio’s hit single has now been certified quadruple platinum for digital downloads exceeding four million copies sold. The accomplishment is not one to take lightly, either. This particular milestone sets the band apart from any other country act in the past 18 months for having the best selling single during that time period.
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