Old Dominion's "One Man Band" Reaches No. 1 at Country Radio
Embedded from www.youtube.com. Just a few days after Kane Brown’s baby girl Kingsley Rose was born on Oct. 29, he posted pictures of her on Instagram, he released a song about her, and now, he’s finally dad bragging about her. “She’s really smart. I mean, she’s already pulling her paci(fier) in and out at a... Read more »
Enjoying one of the biggest years of her decades-long career, Tanya Tucker is still on a roll. She’s just revealed the 2020 tour dates for the CMT Next Women of Country: Bring My Flowers Now Tour. Kicking off on February 5, the CMT tour will make stops in such major cities as Boston, Dallas, Houston,... Read more »
Embedded from www.youtube.com. I wanted to interview Chris Janson about his latest video for his new love song “Done.” But it turns out, in life and in backstage dressing rooms, Janson and his wife are a package deal. So when the Jansons were in Chicago on Sunday night (Dec. 8), the three of us sat... Read more »
Just about every songwriter has had one of these moments. The kind when a song hits you so hard that you just can’t keep your car on the road. You are forced to pull over, and then ultimately, you have to move to Nashville. At least, that’s how the Warren Brothers’ Brett Warren described the... Read more »
ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp will have to sit for questioning about comments he made that seemed to express concern about minority voter registration, a federal judge has ruled.U.S. District Judge Steve Jones ruled that the Republican governor will have to answer questions as part of a lawsuit filed by Fair Fight Action, an organization founded by Democrat Stacey Abrams, who unsuccessfully ran against Kemp in 2018.Prior to being elected governor last year, Kemp served as Georgia’s chief election officer as secretary of state.The lawsuit accuses the secretary of state and election board members of mismanaging the 2018 election in ways that deprived some citizens, particularly low-income people and minorities, of their constitutional right to vote.
ARGENTEUIL, France (AP) — Adrien Lachevre and Nailat Msoili live a few kilometers (miles) apart in Paris' northwest suburbs, but their paths had never crossed until Lachevre picked Msoili up in his gray Fiat on Tuesday morning.An app had matched their schedules and morning commutes, and the two had arranged to meet at a nearly deserted gas station well before dawn, hoping to beat the traffic that has clogged highways in recent days.As a general strike across France stretched into its sixth day, they were among many commuters who have turned to technology — and strangers — to get by.Use of carpool apps, big and small, has spiked.
NEW YORK (AP) — Lizzo is going to keep doing Lizzo after social media exploded with fat shaming over her exposed, thong-covered backside as she danced at a Los Angeles Lakers game while the team's cheerleaders performed to her hit “Juice.”The singer-rapper got up and twerked, revealing a cut out at the back of her short black T-shirt dress, and was shown on the stadium's huge television screens during Sunday night's game against the Minnesota Timberwolves.Later, on Instagram, Lizzo addressed the controversy.“Never ever let somebody stop you or shame you from being yourself,” she said in a livestream.
By Maddie Lee Joe MussattoWelcome to the home of our Thunder Buddies podcast, named, in part, from Universal Studios' comedy 'Ted,' but inspired by our continued hope for wall-to-wall coverage of the Thunder.Below is our list of episodes (click the link to listen).
WASHINGTON (AP) — Attorney General William Barr leveled blistering criticism at how the Russia investigation was conducted, saying Tuesday that it was based on a “bogus narrative” that the Trump campaign might have conspired with Russia during the 2016 presidential election.Barr spoke to NBC News one day after the release of a Justice Department inspector general report that found problems with the FBI's investigation into ties between the Trump campaign and Russia, but also concluded that there was a proper basis for opening the probe and that it was free of political bias.Barr, a vocal defender of President Donald Trump, said he disagreed with the inspector general that the FBI had enough information to open the investigation and particularly to use surveillance on a former Trump campaign aide.