Closer Weekly Magazine says Kenny Rogers has been hospitalized with dehydration. His representative released a statement saying, “Due to recent wild misinformation and speculation from several media outlets, we are issuing the following statement on behalf of Kenny Rogers: Kenny was recently admitted to a local Georgia hospital and treated for dehydration. He will remain there to complete some physical therapy to get his strength back prior to discharge. He appreciates the concern and well wishes he has received from his fans and can assure everyone he plans on sticking around through the years to come.”
The Tennessean claims Blake Shelton stunned fans on Friday when he played a surprise show at his Nashville bar Ole Red. He sang Conway Twitty’s “Goodbye Time,” “Honey Bee,” “Austin,” “Boys and ‘Round Here”.
Hollywoodlife.com claims Blake Shelton doesn’t care that Miranda Lambert may be having marital troubles. A source tells the network, “Blake is paying no attention to what Miranda is doing and if she is happy or not with Brendan. He wishes her no ill will, however, it’s not something that’s on his radar. Blake is a funny and happy go lucky type of guy and has that spirit and doesn’t allow himself to join in any of the drama that people want to create. He has matured immensely since being with Miranda and he hopes that everyone can just move on and enjoy what they have in their lives now.”
Luke Combs tells Billboard magazine that he loves hunting. “Even if you don’t catch anything, it’s still the best time ever. You drink coffee and watch the sunrise.”
Kelsea Ballerini tells Time magazine that her music is a mixture of pop and country. “The honest truth is that I love pop music and I love country music, and the honest, true songs that I write are going to be influenced by those two.”
Luke Bryan tells Billboard magazine that he’s bringing his big show to small towns when he goes on tour this fall. “My 11th annual Farm Tour launches Sept. 26th. The idea behind this tour is to bring full production concerts to small towns that would not see larger scale shows. Growing up in rural Georgia we had to drive to larger cities to see concerts. It is so exciting to watch each of these shows being built like a small city in itself in the empty pasture land of these farms. We can feel the pride from the people in these towns as well as the farmers and it takes everyone coming together to pull them off!”