Fourteen dates were originally announced for the tour, but the high anticipation for Young and special guest Carly Pearce warranted the addition of seven more stops.
Luke Bryan and his tight jeans have been the subject of fans’ desire for years, but much to their dismay, the singer is opting for a new look.
“As long as I have the chance, I will do my part and raise awareness for this cause,” says Aldean.
The music video plays in reverse while the band pieces together the hazy memories from the night before.
American Christmas, featuring 15 newly recorded songs, will be available October 6.
The rowdy group will bring the tour to six different farms this fall, serving up a helping of good country fun for a great cause.
boom. features the single “You Broke Up With Me,” which just hit the Top 30 and is still climbing the charts.
Miley Cyrus ditched her wrecking ball for rhinestones and cowboy boots on her segment with BBC Radio 1.
Country music will take over Indio, California from April 27-29 2018 for three days of non-stop fun.
“The opening is set in different football towns, and we have all these different stars in their element,” Underwood says of the new clip.
The country couple has joined the star-studded lineup to raise money for victims of the recent hurricanes.
The track is a poignant reflection of the American dream being lived out through an immigrant named Jose.
“The spirit of Texas, and of Country music, is to help your neighbor – to pitch in when others are struggling,” says Lynch.
“We’ll be going back to where it all began while creating a brand-new beginning. It’s going to be a very special tour. Don’t miss it,” Keifer Thompson says.
The new album features a mix of old and new tracks, including a duet with his daughter, Miley Cyrus.
Justin Moore is preparing to embark on a 47-city tour and he’s bringing “My Girl” singer, Dylan Scott, along for the ride.
“I can’t wait for people to hear it,” Lane says of the all-acoustic version of Girl Problems.
“[Fitness] became a discipline for me, and it allowed me to become more disciplined in all the other things that I did,” McGraw says.
“I will always feel like I owe Glen a lot of gratitude,” Jackson wrote.
Charles Esten partnered with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to surprise Caitlin Hensley with an unforgettable experience.