Billboard magazine claims Carrie Underwood’s new album “Cry Pretty” tops this week’s charts making her the only female to have four Country albums go number #1 on the All Genre Albums Chart.
Jason Aldean tells People magazine that his tour bus has two cribs. “It’s got two cribs in the bus, which I never in the early days of my touring career thought I’d ever do that, but it’s different. It’s a lot different now than it was the early part of my career. Things are settled down. I got playpens sitting outside my bus on college football. I’m watching college football and [Memphis] is in the playpen. That was never a thing early on, so it’s cool.”
Jason Aldean tells People magazine that the birth of this son helped him overcome the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting tragedy. ”One of the things that helped me, personally, was the birth of my son. That gave me a chance to focus on something else … Within a couple of months, I saw the worst thing you could possibly experience, and then I saw the best thing you could possibly experience, with him being born. So it gave me something else to focus on and gave me a reason to look forward to the new year. Getting the chance to get back out there and do what it is that I love to do.”
Pop Culture Country claims Dan + Shay were recently performing in Sacramento when Dan fell as they were singing Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop the Feeling.”Dan immediately got back up and continued performing. Fans joked about the fall and even posted a slow-motion video of it on Twitter.
People magazine claims Tim McGraw wished his wife, Faith Hill, a happy 51st birthday on Friday by posting the following message on Instagram: “From the first time we met, I knew (she didn’t!) that she was the love of my life forever….No matter the ups and downs, the happy and sad or the good and bad. She’s so special and so loved by us. Happy birthday my love. When I wake up next to you in our 80’s… I’ll smile at the life we’ve built.”
Entertainment Focus claims Josh Turner is releasing a gospel album on October 26th titled ”I Serve a Savior”. He tells the site; “My faith is the most important thing to me. I want people to hear the sentiment and heart behind this record. I want them to feel the same inspiration that I felt. I want them to feel that and hopefully, they’ll make these songs a part of their life.”
Chris Young tells the website The Celebrity Cafe that he’s glad he picked choir over basketball in high school. “Everybody was like, ‘You’re tall. You didn’t play basketball?’ They asked me when I was a freshman in high school, and basketball practice was the same time a lot of stuff happened with a choir. And I picked the choir, which, normally, people would scratch their heads at, but it worked out okay.”