It’s been nearly seven years since Hurricane Katrina ravaged the southeast United States, killing thousands and leaving millions of American citizens homeless. Despite aggressive reconstruction efforts, the revitalization process has been slow-going for many victims. During her recent tour stop in the Big Easy, Miranda Lambert got rather emotional about the destruction still untouched in New Orleans.
More than 15 years into her career, LeAnn Rimes has seemingly come into her own as artist, wife and step-mother of two, striking an important balance between her work and personal life. In an interview with radio station 1130 the Tiger, the Grammy Award-winning singer spoke candidly about the importance of the quality relationships in her life.
Tracy Lawrence is set to make his full-length feature debut with ‘L.A. Dirt,’ which began filming in early June in Mobile, Ala. The movie will feature Lawrence in a supporting role, portraying the uncle of an aspiring 18-year-old dirt track racer. The plot will be centered around the young hopeful’s pursuit of his racing dreams.
Brad Paisley has been showered with countless industry awards for his platinum-selling albums, but 2012 looks to go down as Paisley’s year of the “daddy.” The devoted husband and father-of-two has awarded the honor of “Country Big Daddy,” according to Country Weekly. Congrats, Brad!
“I really haven’t looked at anything,” Carrie Underwood admits to ‘BBC Breakfast‘ of the backlash which resulted from her coming out in support of gay marriage. “I learned a long time ago that you cannot live your life for other people. You have to run your own race and do what you do and love what you do.”
‘Wave on Wave’ hitmaker Pat Green already has a big following of devoted fans, but he’s hoping to rope in some loyal listeners with a new gig he’s trying. The singer has accepted a temporary position as a morning radio host for Austin-based country station KVET for the month of June. Green will join current hosts Chris Mosser and Anne Hudson in the studio as he takes a hiatus from the road.
Kenny Chesney, who’s already said ‘No’ to Twitter, has no desire to be a part of another pop culture craze. The singer recently dismissed any notion of associating himself with a reality television show or a singing competition a la Blake Shelton.
It’s been almost seven years since the Faith Hill released a studio album of original material, and the superstar admits she is as anxious as the fans to get the new music heard. Recently she talked to reporters about the upcoming project’s direction.
Miranda Lambert hasn’t spoken to Eric Church about his inflammatory comments in a Rolling Stone interview earlier this year. According to the ‘Fastest Girl in Town’ singer her fellow country superstar has remained mum about his infamous comments.
Blake Shelton just wrapped the second season of the wildly popular reality singing competition ‘The Voice‘ last month, but the reigning ACM and CMA Male Vocalist of the Year is already gearing up to begin production on the third season, and he’s not happy about it. Despite his season two win with teammate Jermaine Paul, Shelton says the grueling schedule — two seasons a year — may be a bit much.
How young is too young to sing Lee Greenwood‘s patriotic anthem ‘Proud to Be an American’? According to PS90 principal Greta Hawkins, the country classic is not “age appropriate” to be performed during the Brooklyn, N.Y. elementary school’s kindergarten graduation.
Kenny Chesney‘s new SportsCenter commercial has the singer invading the small screen — and snubbing popular ESPN anchor Steve Levy. The ESPN spot, which debuted today, shows the ‘Come Over’ singer attempting to ignore Levy as the sportscaster tries to sit with him at the cafeteria’s “cool table.”
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