Montgomery is planning a musical collaboration -- with a book to follow -- with his big brother and fellow country singer Eddie Montgomery, best known as one half of the bestselling duo Montgomery Gentry.
If you lost your home in a fire, you probably wouldn't be in the mood to joke about it with a room full of reporters - but then, you're probably not multi-platinum-selling country singer Trace Adkins, who kicked off a recent press conference with a simple "My house burned down."
Adkins, whose next album is scheduled for release in August, was traveling when the fire happened, but his wife and children were home - so a lot of his good humor comes from the fact that they (and the family's puppies) made it out safely.
Some women carry gum or mints in their purse. Marie Chester carries dinner for a big family.
Police in Fort Pierce, Florida arrested the 40-year-old woman last week for shoplifting six full racks of ribs and two packs of oxtails from a supermarket. Somehow, she carried out the food in her pocketbook. The items she took were worth $57.60.
Scientists in China have genetically modified a batch of cows so that they can now produce human breast milk opposed to regular cow's milk. The researchers at the Agricultural University in Beijing did so by injecting the human gene that makes milk into 300 bovine embryos.
The CMT Music Awards were handed out Wednesday night in Nashville. Taylor Swift continued her dominant run at awards shows by claiming the night's biggest prize when her clip for 'Mine' took home Video of the Year.
Swift accepted the award via a live feed from Milwaukee during the latest stop on her current tour. She was her usual gracious self by saying, "I wish I could be there but I am hanging out with 15,000 of my closet friends in Milwaukee."
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