Archive for August, 2014

FGL Want You To Hear Their New Song

Posted on: August 30th, 2014 by Bo

Tyler and Brian debuted their new song “Anything Goes” the other night in Missouri. It’s the title track from their upcoming album, which will be out October 14 and includes their current hit “Dirt”.

FGLHL83 – Maryland Heights, MO (STL Day 2) Anything Goes from Florida Georgia Line on Vimeo.

Brad Paisley Perorms On GMA

Posted on: August 30th, 2014 by Bo

Brad Paisley closed out the “GMA” Summer Concert Series yesterday with “River Bank”, the first song off his new album ‘Moonshine In The Trunk’.

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Hunter Hayes Performs “Tattoo” At The Opry

Posted on: August 30th, 2014 by Bo

Hunter Hayes performs “Tattoo” live at the Grand Ole Opry.

Jake Takes His Little Girl Fishing

Posted on: August 29th, 2014 by Bo

We already knew Jake Owen’s little Pearl is the light of his life and adorable, and this just drives it home.

Jake was taking his favorite girl on a daddy-daughter fishing trip, and judging by her excitement and personality, the apple didn’t fall far from the tree.

Source: Taste Of Country

Friday, August 29, 2014

Posted on: August 29th, 2014 by Bo

Over the past three years, there’s been a 20% increase in the number of adults playing this game competitively…What’s the game?
Answer: Dodgeball
We had a chapter of the National Armature Dodgeball Association in Pensacola. We’re listed on their website, but there’s no info to join anymore.

Country Music Ranks High In Two All-Genre Polls

Posted on: August 29th, 2014 by Bo

Country stars have shown up on a couple of all-genre lists, including putting one in the top 5 acts in music ever!

In the first one, George Strait and Garth Brooks proved to be America’s favorite country stars. According to the Harris Poll, George sits at the top of the list of most-loved country singers. George even made it into the Top 5 of the overall music list which includes Led Zeppelin, Beyonce, ElvisĀ and theĀ Beatles. Garth is the only other country act that made the Top 10, finishing 7th, tied with the Eagles and Neil Diamond.

The second poll is from USA Today and is from fan-voted, all-genre categories, including the “best female role model in music,” where Carrie Underwood ranked at the top with 36% of the vote, doubling second place finisher Taylor Swift (17.2%). Also making one of their lists was Kenny Chesney (19%), who finished behind Pharrell and John Legend for “Chillest Artist”, with Zac Brown taking 13.1%.

Jason Aldean Releases Video For “Burnin’ It Down”

Posted on: August 29th, 2014 by Bo

Jason Aldean is ending summer with a little heat!

Today, he premiered video for his new song “Burnin’ It Down” on E! Online.

The steamy video shows a girl in a bathtub surrounded by candles. She then walks down the stairs to join her man on the couch who’s playing guitar and, as the songs says, “sippin” on some cold Jack Daniels.” Things eventually heat up between the two and Jason is shown performing the song surrounded by burning flames. Watch it here.

Lee Ann Womack To Take Her Turn On CMT Crossroads

Posted on: August 28th, 2014 by Bo

CMT says the dynamic duo that will power the next installment of CMT Crossroads will be singer-songwriter John Legend and Lee Ann Womack.

The two Grammy-winning artists will meet and collaborate for the first time next month on the CMT Crossroads stage in Franklin, TN.

“Having John and Lee Ann join us on CMT Crossroads is going to be an incredible pairing — they are both among the most respected singers in their genres,” says John Hamlin, SVP Music, Events and Talent, CMT. “This has all the makings of another classic Crossroads collaboration.”

CMT Crossroads: John Legend and Lee Ann Womack premieres September 26 on CMT.

Blake Going Back To What He Knows For ‘Sunshine’

Posted on: August 28th, 2014 by Bo

Artists like to sing about what they know and for4 Blake Shelton that’s getting drunk apparently. When his new album comes out in September Blake tells Rolling Stone Country, “The whole album is searching for parts of me that I think have…not gotten lost along the way, but stuff that I haven’t addressed in my music as much as I used to, whether it’s drinking songs, heartbreak songs or songs about how people treat you. Things like that.”

Blake says his recent albums have “been so positive” because he’s “been in this awesome place,” which he still is but he says “Bringing Back the Sunshine” will “bringing back the country” but keep a modern feel.

He admits artists right now are “pushing boundaries” — and he’s “as guilty of it as anybody.”

“It’s the only way to be a little more political about where we are in country music” and it starts with the album’s first song “Neon Light.”

The album will be in stores September 30th.

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Posted on: August 28th, 2014 by Bo

One in four drivers does this at least once a week…What is it?
Answer: Runs a red light