On her new album ‘Blown Away,’ Carrie Underwood spends time looking backward at relationships that have run their course. The mid-tempo, mandolin driven ‘Do You Think About Me’ is a nostalgic remembrance of a boyfriend that she no longer pines for, but certainly thinks about.
After angering fans and participants in reality television shows like ‘The Voice’ and ‘American Idol’ on Monday, Eric Church issued a press release in which he attempted to clarify his comments. He also apologized… sort of. Carrie Underwood didn’t seem to take notice of Church’s remarks, as she was too busy promoting her new album ‘Blown Away,’ which hit stores and iTunes today. Read our interview and see a full list of Blown Away Tour dates in the roundup below.
The normally polite and proper country music community is beginning to take sides in the drama between Eric Church and Blake Shelton. Jimmy Wayne posted a long letter to fans at his Facebook page defending both Shelton and reality television shows like ‘The Voice’ and ‘American Idol.’
Do you need evidence that Carrie Underwood is still just a small town girl from Checotah, Okla.? Check out her Twitter page. The singer was one of the last holdouts to join, but now says she appreciates being able to jostle with her fans and followers. She doesn’t stalk anyone — most of the 26 people she follows, she knows — and hasn’t become addicted to the social media site just yet. Her favorite part? Watching her number of followers get bigger and bigger… and bigger.
Eric Church has never been afraid to speak his mind, and his recent comments about reality television shows like ‘American Idol’ and ‘The Voice’ have many fans wondering if the ‘Springsteen’ singer was also taking a shot at fellow country stars — namely Blake Shelton.
Country music’s next big feud may have started, as Eric Church‘s comments about reality television and what some perceive as a slap to Blake Shelton have have left many fans taking sides. Read what the ‘Springsteen’ singer said and decide for yourself in today’s Taste of Country Roundup. Also, be sure to check out our review of Shelton’s new single, and find out the name of Jay DeMarcus’s new baby boy by clicking the links below.
This photo was taken just moments after the artist wiped any blood or smeared ink from the singer’s hairy left arm (the dark hair could be a clue). While under the ‘knife,’ he was live-tweeting the experience so his fans could share in his agony.
Eric Church‘s latest Showdown win is a testament to the North Carolina-born singer’s loyal fanbase. His new song ‘Springsteen’ topped superstars Kenny ChesneyandTim McGraw and their duet ‘Feel Like a Rock Star’ by a nearly three to one margin. Last week’s win was one of the biggest in Showdown history.
Before Chuck Wicks released ‘Stealing Cinderella’ and spent eight weeks on ‘Dancing With the Stars’ with then-girlfriend Julianne Hough, he was a potato farmer. The Delaware native grew up on his family’s spud farm, working from the time he was 8-years-old until he headed off to college.
One country music artist had a baby and two more delivered new albums to fans on Tuesday. Find out who welcomed his fourth child, and learn what to expect from new projects from Lee Brice and Kip Moore in the Daily Roundup. Also, read a full interview with Brice and find out how Jason Aldean made a seven-year-old cancer patient’s dream come true.
It’s a little early to call any album the best anything of 2012, but it’s no stretch to say Kip Moore‘s debut is the best by a new country artist this year, so far. ‘Up All Night’ introduces the gypsy from south Georgia as an inspiring storyteller, a talented lyricist and a gritty, well-traveled vocalist.
Country rocker Bo Bice has welcomed home his fourth child. His wife, Caroline, gave birth to Merrin Elizabeth Joy Bice on Monday, April 23. The 8-pound, 11-ounce little girl is said to being doing great, as is her mother.
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