Congratulations to Dierks Bentley and his co-writer Brett James for their first No. 1 single together, “I Hold On.” The chart-topper marks James’ 16th No. 1 single, and Bentley’s 11th chart-topper as a songwriter.
Blake Shelton brought home another trophy for his awards shelf Thursday night (May 1) at the inaugural 2014 iHeartRadio Music Awards. Shelton’s “Boys ‘Round Here” was honored as Best Country Song. The popular hit was penned by Craig Wiseman, Dallas Davidson and Rhett Akins.
Alan Jackson has recorded “A Million Ways to Die,” the title track from Universal Pictures and MRC’s upcoming comedy, A Million Ways to Die in the West, on the forthcoming Original Motion Picture Soundtrack for the film. “A Million Ways to Die” debuted yesterday exclusively on www.ew.com and is available digitally today on Back Lot Music, with the album’s release to follow on May 27, both physically and digitally. The film arrives in theaters on May 30.
Josh Turner visited Fox News’ Fox & Friends to chat about his new book Man Stuff: Thoughts On Faith, Family And Fatherhood Thursday (5/1).
Brad Paisley made one Phoenix-area student’s dreams come true by personally inviting him to hang out at an upcoming concert.
It started when a Physical Education teacher sent a video to a local radio station introducing special education student Bailey as a huge Paisley fan, which she discovered when “Beat This Summer” came on the radio during her class.
“It was as if time had stopped and Bailey was in his own world,” she said.
At a school assembly Wednesday (4/30), Bailey got the surprise video invitation from Paisley, in which he says, “I watched the video of you singing my songs and I heard all about you and I can’t wait to meet you.”
He then invited Bailey to his July 13 show to “hang out” and sing in person.Share on Facebook