With the CMA Awards rapidly approaching hosts Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley give us a look at their blooper real. The CMA’s have been hosted by the duo for the last several years and are always prepared to give us a good entertaining night of laughter, entertainment, and most of all this year’s hottest country music stars! Tune in to ABC on November 4th to watch this all unfold.
Eric Church has a love for “The Weight” the song by The Band seen in his many covers of the song throughout his tours. Church’s love for the song was on display again when he and Warren Haynes sang the song at recent live show. You could see the excitement on Church’s face as Haynes came onto stage which then poured over onto the crowd. We will have to see if Church brings this back as he and Hank Williams Jr. kick off the 49th CMA awards.
Lexsey Lanzotti gives us a beautiful spin on the song “Country Boy Love” giving us a soft rendition of the song.
Video credit: Facebook: Lexsey Lanzotti Music
NBC’s Best Time Ever is known for its humor, but the latest show featuring Reba is one for the ages. Reba helped with the western theme of the show, and performing a cover of Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble” while Neil Patrick Harris and others performed an old western brawl. Reba has been busy lately, planning her Vegas tour with Brooks & Dunn starting in December!
What is a better way to celebrate “Back to the Future” Day than with this amazing music video inspired by the movie! Old Dominion released the video for “Break up with Him” back in July. It’s based on the unforgettable scene from “Back to the Future” where Marty attends the dance with is mother.
In last week’s episode of the Voice, Adam Levine showcased his new hairdo (a shaven head) that has since set the internet in a frenzy with the new look. Since then many people have been using this to make jokes about how Blake could “one-up” Adam. Ellen DeGeneres did this on her show that aired October 16th, Ellen and the powers of technology gave Blake a new hairdo.
1. Blake and Miranda Country
After four tumultuous years The King and Queen of Country are divorcing. Looks like the star of The Voice isn’t picking Miranda to be a finalist.
2. Jason Aldean and Jessica Usery
After 12 years of marriage the court docs sited “irreconcilable differences”. Translation: His wife couldn’t reconcile Jason dating former American Idol contestant Brittany Kerr. Oh, he married the differences part of the irreconcilable after the breakup.
3. Shania Twain and Mutt Lange
Well maybe we should have known that this wouldn’t work. After all when you marry a man named “Mutt” …
4. Kenny Chesney and Renee Zellweger
This marriage lasted 4 months there were rumors that Kenny’s middle name was really “beard” which he denied in a sixty minutes interview. He apparently didn’t understand what it was like to be married … for four months?
5. Leann Rimes and Dean Sheremet
(where do these people get their names?) I guess Sheremet rimes with According to Sheremet the business ended up destroying them. It may have been the business or it may have been Leann’s affair with Cibrian…
The Queen is back! Put your weekend into first gear with the ultimate Party Girl anthem, “Man! I Feel Like A Woman!” The all new video by Shaniah Twain comes live from Las Vegas.
Watch the stunning performance below.
Prepare to have your mind blown. We all know the importance of a unique stage name, but some of these Country Artists were down right creative when it came to revamping their persona. Here are 10 Country Artists who were born with completely different names than their stage name.
1. Wynonna Judd
Real Name: Christina Claire Ciminella
2. Luke Bryan
Real Name: Thomas Luther Bryan
3. Shania Twain
Real Name: Eileen Regina Edwards
4. Chely Wright
Real Name: Richell Rene Wright
5. Tim McGraw
Real Name: Samuel Timothy Smith
6. LeAnn Rimes
Real Name: Margaret LeAnn Rimes
7. Jason Aldean
Real Name: Jason Aldine Williams
8. Garth Brooks
Real Name: Troyal Garth Brooks
9. Faith Hill
Real Name: Audrey Faith Perry
10. Patsy Cline
Real Name: Virginia Patterson Hensley
We weren’t aware we needed a Country version of “When I Was Your Man,” by Bruno Mars. Now we think this is the next best thing!
Country singer Thomas Rhett can’t get enough of the Popstar.
“I’m obsessed with Bruno Mars’ records,” he told Rolling Stone Country, “I’d give my right leg to be able to sing like that dude,”
After rehearsing the song before shows, and lowering it a few keys to get the right pitch, Rhett and his bandmate Reedy set out to record an intimate, stripped down version of ‘When I Was Your Man” at Nashville’s Creative Caffeine studios.
Watch the video below. What do you think? Do you love the song? Leave us a comment.