Lizza Connor sued Paisley and Co. for $10 million on claims that they had taken it from her after hearing it around Nashville some time in 2008.
The single keeps with her Storyteller theme by creating a painted picture about the horrible scenario of a cheating relationship.
In order to get all of the fans to be able to come to a show, Urban and his team added a new date in Melbourne and a new date in Sydney.
“Brad is willing to make himself the butt of the joke, which you’ve got to respect,” said Underwood.
“That’s all you can ask for as a songwriter and an artist,” Ballerini told us after receiving her Gold record for “Peter Pan.”
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“Dirty Laundry” was written by Zach Crowell, Ashley Gorley and Hillary Lindsey.
During the set, Urban played a great setlist of tracks from “Wasted Time” to “Break On Me,” and even gave fans a sweet performance of his latest blues-inspired single, “Blue Ain’t Your Color.”
“God is good. I’ve been so incredibly blessed throughout my life and my career…” said Underwood.
Underwood took home the surfboard for the Choice Country Artist category, while Paisley was awarded the Choice Country Song for his duet with Demi Lovato, “Without a Fight.”
The legend himself, Garth Brooks, set his place at No. 4 on the list with a total of $55.7 million grossed during his year on tour.
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The country star posted a sweet video of her little boy enjoying the warm weather by doing a big belly flop into his kiddie pool this weekend.
Carrie Underwood calls “Church Bells” “‘Fancy’s’ little sister.”
This No. 1 single comes on the heels of her other recent hits, “Smoke Break,” and “Heartbeat,” which are featured on her latest album, Storyteller.
The Music City museum is the 7th in the United States and will be the first music-themed attraction.
After gaining mega attention for her moving cover of Florida Georgia Line’s “H.O.L.Y.,” Tegan Marie caught the eye of Craig Campbell.
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The special will be hosted by Brett Eldredge and Thomas Rhett.
The happy couple were in Mexico on vacation to celebrate their sixth wedding anniversary with each other, which fell on July 10.