"You hear people say, 'Well, I had to pull the car over to listen to my song,' and I literally did the same thing ..."
The song and video both carry such a powerful message.
Carlile will play three shows at the Ryman Auditorium in January 2020.
On July 10, 2004, Keith stormed to the top of the charts with his song "Whiskey Girl."
You just have to see it to believe it...the Aldean's new house, currently still under construction, is too amazing for words.
As the days on the calendar pass since the tragic death of their 3-year-old, the couple has found comfort in their heavenly Father.
Considering Wynette simply as a one-dimensional conduit for drama and heartache does a disservice to the nuanced contours of her work.
The No. 1 marks another major career milestone for Shelton, too ...
Hootie & the Blowfish will perform at the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas, Nev., in September.
" I didn't have any choice. I didn't really have a backup plan ..."
Wallen's "Chasin' You" is his latest single.
"But a fresh new start will warm your heart / Like the sun breaking through a cloudy sky ..."
"You're not going to replace the loss, ever."
Kane will be headlining the Staples Center for the first time.
Blake Shelton scored the 26th No. 1 single of his career as “God’s Country” ascended to No. 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart this week.
Blake’s new chart-topper puts him in a tie with George Strait (26) and Alan Jackson (26) at No. 3 on the all-time list for most No. 1 singles on the Billboard Country Airplay chart, which was launched in 1990. Now, Blake trails only Tim McGraw (29) and Kenny Chesney (30) on the all-time list.
The battle for the No. 1 spot on the all-time list appears to be a three-man race for the next few years.
Currently, Tim McGraw’s single, “Thought About You,” is No. 20 on the chart after 23 weeks, while Blake’s new duet with Garth Brooks, “Dive Bar,” is No. 24 after three weeks. Blake will probably drop a new solo single soon. Kenny Chesney will release his new single, “Tip of My Tongue,” on July 12.
photo credit: George Strait by Kirkland/AFF-USA.com; Blake Shelton by NCD