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The late former president sent Billy Ray Cyrus a letter congratulating him on the song, which the singer shared with fans.
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She was flattered.
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The year 2018 was not a good year for country women, and Billboard's year-end charts prove it.
There's no issue with the quality of music women in country music are putting out.
Not even one?!
He's inviting the public to participate!
The lack of women on country radio has reached historical levels.
Engaged or not, she's in love.
Scotty McCreery and his new bride Gabi Dugal McCreery will grace the cover of the Winter/Spring 2019 issue of Southern Bride. The magazine will be on stands in early January. Fans can pre-order a copy now and have it shipped to them in mid-December.photo by Six Foot Photography
Scotty, 25, and Gabi, 24, tied the knot in North Carolina on June 16.
The couple met in kindergarten in Garner, N.C., and grew up together in the close-knit community. They began dating six years ago during their senior year at Garner High School. Gabi has appeared in several of Scotty’s music videos, including “The Trouble with Girls,” “Feelin’ It” and “Five More Minutes.”
Scotty and Gabi got engaged in September 2017 during a hike in the mountains of North Carolina near Grandfather Mountain. When the couple summited the mountain, Scotty got down on one knee, presented a ring he had helped design specifically for her, and asked Gabi to be his wife.
“I’ve been planning this moment for so long that it feels surreal for it to have finally happened,” said Scotty. “Gabi is the perfect girl and my true love, and I cannot wait to begin building our life together as husband and wife.”
The wedding ceremony, which was officiated by Scotty’s childhood pastor, was attended by more than 200 family and friends.
photo by Six Foot Photography/Southern Bride Magazine
Barring any last-minute moves, the top of Billboard's Country Albums and Americana / Folk Albums charts were almost completely dominated by men in 2018.
Danielle Bradbery has been in the public eye since winning The Voice as a 16-year-old in 2013. But winning a reality talent competition doesn’t immediately translate to superstardom. Like most reality show winners, Danielle has had to work tirelessly to prove herself—and find herself as an artist.
In our sit-down interview this week, Danielle talks about her time on The Voice, growing up in the public eye, finding her confidence, releasing her recent album, I Don’t Believe We’ve Met, and so much more—including her thoughts on how to get more women on country radio. Plus, Danielle covers Carrie Underwood’s “So Small” and performs her recent single, “Worth It.” Hope you enjoy!
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The country quartet will pay tribute to the former president, who is also a longtime friend, at his hometown memorial in Texas.
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