She says there is "zero pressure" at home, she insists.
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A handful of country stars will help ring in 2019 as part of Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve event on ABC.
Kelsea Ballerini, Kane Brown and Lauren Alaina will perform as part of the Hollywood lineup, while Maren Morris and Florida Georgia Line will showcase their skills from New Orleans.
Ryan Seacrest will host the five-plus-hour event from New York City, while Lucy Hale will handle emcee duties in New Orleans and Ciara will call the shots from Hollywood. Additionally, Jenny McCarthy will report from Times Square.
Other performers include The Chainsmokers, Ella Mai, Camila Cabello, Hasley, Shawn Mendes, Weezer, Post Malone and more.
Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve begins live from New York City at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.
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As 2018 begins to wind down, Billboard has released its top listening trends of the year, including the most-played country artists, singles, albums and more.
Check out a few of Billboard’s Top 10 lists below. For more comprehensive lists, visit billboard.com.2018 Top Country Airplay Songs photo by Jason Simanek
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Dierks Bentley will get the bus wheels turning in 2019 with his headlining Burning Man Tour, which kicks off on Jan. 17 and makes more than 20 stops in Canada and the U.S.
Joining Dierks on tour will be ’90s country cover band The Hot Country Knights, Tenille Townes and Jon Pardi, who is joining Dierks’ tour for the third time. As Dierks told Kix Brooks of American Country Countdown, this will probably be his last tour with Jon, whose career is poised to “blast off into outer space.”
“This is the third time out with Jon,” says Dierks. “I called Jon back in March to propose going out in 2019. We always talked about going out one more time with him being direct support ’cause he’s never been direct support—he’s always been the opener. So this will be the last year with Jon. I think Jon’s gonna blast off into outer space after this tour. He’s just poised to really start headlining on his own, for real. But, [he’s a] great guy. He’s one of the most fun people to be around, and he balances that with a really hard work ethic and killer live show. So I know when I walk out onstage every night, the fans have already had their money’s worth, you know? They’re already teed up and ready to go so we can go out there and try to knock it out of the park. I cannot wait to have him out there, along with Tenille Townes and the Hot Country Knights, There will be a lot of laughter, a lot of good times and, hopefully, a lot of great music.”
Burning Man Tour
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