This week marked the 10th anniversary of Waylon Jennings‘ death, and in celebration of his life and career, his family announced plans to release an album of unreleased material. ‘Goin’ Down Rockin’: The Final Recordings’ will be released sometime this year.
Video of Randy Travis‘s Feb. 6 arrest for suspicion of public intoxication has been released by the police who answered the call in Sanger, Texas. The footage shows a cooperative, albeit shocked, country legend being questioned and handcuffed before being driven back to the police station.
Kenny Chesney had an unexpected visitor to his Nashville area home this week, but unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on one’s perspective) he wasn’t there to meet her. Luke Bryan is talking about new music, and video of Randy Travis‘s arrest has been released. All of these stories and many more made the Taste of Country Daily Roundup today.
That old saying, “If you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all” must have fallen on deaf ears at the Natalie Maines household. The Dixie Chicks vocalist rode a storm of criticism on her own Twitter page after cracking a joke at Jason Aldean‘s expense during the 2012 Grammy Awards on Sunday night.
Friends and family members of country legend Johnny Cash were on hand Wednesday morning to announce an 18,000 square foot museum honoring the life and career of the “Man in Black.” No exact date of the grand opening was announced for the downtown Nashville installation.
Two country stars had less that nice things to say about a couple of Grammy performances. Natalie Maines and Miranda Lambert both sounded off on Twitter, and one took aim at another very popular country artist. Read about that, the new Johnny Cash museum and Toby Keith‘s retirement in today’s Daily Roundup.
One of the hottest books of the year is becoming one of the hottest movies of the year, featuring one of the hottest soundtracks of the year. Taylor Swift and Miranda Lambert‘s inclusion on ‘The Hunger Games’ soundtrack is just one of the big stories in today’s Taste of Country Daily Roundup. Kenny Rogers is also making waves, and over a dozen artists shared their most memorable Valentine’s Day stories.
Perhaps as much as any country artist, Kellie Pickler shares the details of her oft-tortured personal life with her fans and critics. On previous albums, she sang about her mother (‘I Wonder’) and an ex-boyfriend (‘Best Days of Your Life’). Unlike, say Taylor Swift, Pickler isn’t afraid to name names, but for the most part that’s because the “names” are related to her.
Very little happens during the video for Thomspson Square‘s new song ‘Glass,’ but subtle movements and reactions go a long way. The recently-released clip is heavy on close-ups of the married country duo and full of dark, fragile emotion.
Blake Shelton begged, pleaded and insulted his fellow coaches to woo contestants during Monday night’s (Feb. 13) episode of ‘The Voice‘ on NBC. He added three new team members, including Erin Willett, a 22-year-old from Gaithersburg, Md.
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