Welcome to Feel-Good Friday, a weekly roundup of heartwarming stories, lighthearted videos, and inspiring country news that reminds us all there is still good in the world.
Brett Eldredge encourages us all to dance like no one’s watching
Sometimes you just need to put on your favorite song and dance along. That’s exactly what Brett Eldredge did recently and encourages us all to do the same. While out on the water during a fishing trip the singer blasted Barry White’s “Can’t Get Enough of Your Love” complete with some dance moves. Eldredge’s energy while lip-synching and dancing along is infectious. “Find your favorite song, turn it up and dance…let’s get to livin this life!” Eldredge captions the clip.
Caylee Hammack cries while Chris Stapleton sings “Small Town Hypocrite”
Caylee Hammack is in tears hearing Chris Stapleton sing on “Small Town Hypocrite” for the first time. At the start of her first listen to the new collaboration, Hammack is visibly emotional as she thanks God for little miracles. “I don’t know what part he’s singing, I just told him to do his thing,” she says in a video.
A new version of “Small Town Hypocrite” featuring Stapleton is out today. “You would cry too if this person agreed to sing on your song,” she writes announcing the news. “The first wild dream for this song has come true. Chris Stapleton has sprinkled some of his magic on ‘Small Town Hypocrite’ and I am so excited to share it with y’all. … This song has been given new wings because of his soul being on it.”
Charles Kelley and Jimi Westbrook channel Karen Fairchild
“This writing trip has taken a turn! Anything @karenfairchild can do we can do better!” Kelley captions a photo while stealing a pair of Fairchild’s headpieces.
Reba McEntire is back in the studio
Reba McEntire may have postponed her 2021 tour to next year, but the singer has something up her sleeves. While in the studio this week, McEntire teased a performance of her recording “Can’t Even Get the Blues.” The track was originally featured on her 1982 album Unlimited and released as a single. It became her first No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart in 1983.
“I’ve got some big news coming later this year that I hope will be worth the wait for all of us!” she teased on social media Wednesday. “Stay tuned for some exciting announcements on tour, music and more coming soon.”
Tyler Hubbard introduces a new nightly family tradition
Every night in Tyler Hubbard’s house is a party. The singer shares on social media that he and his family started a nightly post dinner family tradition. The singer put some party lights in the playroom. While blasting “Lil Bit” after dinner, Hubbard and his children tear things up.