Dylan Scott and wife Blair announced they are expecting their second child.
Dylan and Blair revealed the news via Instagram, noting that the baby is due in September.
The couple welcomed their first child, a son named Beckett Scott Robinson, in December 2017.
Dylan and Blair were married in 2016, and as Dylan told Nash Country Daily, the couple has known each other for more than 10 years.
"We started dating at 15, so she's known since then exactly what I wanted to do," said Dylan. "She's never once given me a hard time. There were times when we were dating and I'd tell her, 'I just don't know if this is what I'm really supposed to be doing. It's just so tough. All these other guys are coming on the scene and going straight to the top.' And she'd just tell me, 'You have the best job, you're there, you're doing it, it will work.' She was just a great motivator. She still is."
The NFL Draft in Nashville on April 25-27 is shaping up to be football's biggest preseason party.
Dierks Bentley will headline a free outdoor concert on April 27 at the Draft Main Stage in downtown Nashville. In addition, Charles Esten, Striking Matches, Charlie Worsham and more are slated to perform.
Previously announced, Tim McGraw will headline a free outdoor concert at the Draft Main Stage on April 26. More than 20 Nashville-based acts will perform during the three-day event
Draft Main Stage on Lower Broadway
Friday, April 26
Saturday, April 27
NFL Draft Experience Stage
Thursday, April 25
Friday, April 26
Saturday, April 27
Three Star Revival
The Oak Ridge Boys--Joe Bonsall, Duane Allen, William Lee Golden and Richard Sterban--are getting a jump on the Christmas season by announcing an upcoming holiday record that will be released this fall.
Produced by Dave Cobb (Jason Isbell, Sturgill Simpson, Chris Stapleton), the new holiday collection follows the Oaks' 2016 yuletide offering, Celebrate Christmas.
In addition, the Oaks revealed that they will also release a Cobb-produced album in 2020 that features a collection of classics and standards.
"The first is a new Christmas album, which will be released in time for our fall Christmas tour," says Duane. "A few months later, we will release a classics and standards album with the attitude of singing together on the front porch."
The Oaks first teamed with Dave for their 2009 album, The Boys Are Back. Dave also helmed the Oaks most recent project, 2018's 17th Avenue Revival.
"Dave Cobb has the unique ability to record in a raw, honest, almost retro way that sounds fresh," says Duane. "Part of our last album with Dave [17th Avenue Revival] was recorded around one microphone with Dave playing acoustic guitar about six feet away. He told us that he wanted us to sing 'together,' and listen to, and watch, each other. The result was pure magic, and we wound up recording the entire album with that same attitude."
Maren Morris has shared some personal details about her wedding to singer-songwriter Ryan Hurd, as well as detailed her failed attempts at reality singing competitions like "American Idol" and "The Voice".
When Bravo TV host Andy Cohen asked about her vows, she revealed that Ryan's included, ‘"I promise to love you through everything...the blah blah blah to this. Watching Real Housewives to this.’”
Morris says Hurd often watches "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" with her but will never admit it. “He likes to pretend he doesn’t, but he somehow knows all of the information of the inner workings of what’s going on."
One fan called in to ask how Morris feels about being rejected from "American Idol" and "The Voice" while both shows have had contestants covering her songs.
She replied, “That’s not even it. I was rejected from 'America’s Got Talent'. There was a ton that I didn’t make it to. Thank God! Now people cover my songs for their auditions on those shows. Not only is it really nice to have my song on a national television show, I get to collect the check and have some sweet revenge.”
Tanya Tucker is creating a brand of tequila.
Tucker partnered with Elle France to launch her new Cosa Salvaje Tequila, a silver spirit distilled by the family-owned Partida Distillery in Jalisco, Mexico. The tequila promises to be quality, only using "mature Blue Agave plants, which results in a smooth, crisp taste."
"Cosa Salvaje" translates to “wild thing.”
Tanya says, “I used to be a wild thing, now I just drink a wild thing!"
Every Cosa Salvaje bottle is handmade out of recycled glass.
Cosa Salvaje Tequila retails for under $50.00 per bottle and is available for purchase online at CosaSalvajeTequila.com.
Ashley McBryde has earned a Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Musical Performance in a Daytime Program for her renditions of “Girl Goin’ Nowhere” and “American Scandal” on "CBS This Morning Saturday".
Both songs appear on Ashley’s 2018 debut album, "Girl Going Nowhere".
The 46th annual Daytime Emmy Awards take place Sunday, May 5th, in Los Angeles, California.
Kellie Pickler is returning to the small screen for "Wedding at Graceland", the sequel to her 2018 Hallmark Channel holiday movie "Christmas at Graceland".
In the holiday flick, Pickler played business executive Laurel, who shared a rekindled romance with music promoter Clay (Wes Brown) at Christmastime in Memphis, Tenn. The onscreen duo will be back in June to tie the knot in "Wedding at Graceland", part of a month-long stream of wedding-focused movies on the Hallmark Channel. A third installation of the romantic series is slated for December as well, with filming set for the summer.
The 54th annual ACM Awards revealed the second round of artists set to perform next month’s telecast.
They are Dierks Bentley, Brooks & Dunn, Brandi Carlile, Eric Church, Kelly Clarkson, Luke Combs, Dan + Shay, Florida Georgia Line and Ashley McBryde.
The join previously announced performers Brothers Osborne, Kane Brown, Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town, Maren Morris, Thomas Rhett, Chris Stapleton, George Strait, Jason Aldean (recipient of 2019’s ACM Dick Clark Artist of the Decade Award recipient) and host Reba McEntire.
The ACM Awards will air live from Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 7th at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.
Brandi Carlile, Sturgill Simpson, Margo Price and many more are booked for Woodstock 2019, a 50th anniversary iteration of the iconic music festival held in New York State in 1969.
Woodstock 2019 is scheduled for Aug. 16-8 in Watkins Glen, N.Y. On Friday (August 16th), the lineup includes the Lumineers, Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats, Maggie Rogers, Anderson East, Larkin Poe and more. Saturday (August 17th), Sturgill Simpson, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, Margo Price, Jade Bird and Amy Helm, plus many others, will all take the stage. On Sunday (August 18th), Brandi Carlile, the Marcus King Band, John Craigie and more will help conclude the event.
The original Woodstock festival took place August 15-17, 1969, at a dairy farm in the Catskill Mountains in New York State.
Tickets for Woodstock 2019 are scheduled to go on sale on April 22nd. More information is available at Woodstock.com.
Kane Brown fired back at his former producer in court Monday, saying he was convinced to to enter a fraudulent deal that “cost him millions and drastically limited his earning potential.”
Brown’s allegations came in a counterclaim responding to a breach of contract suit filed in federal court about a month ago by producer Jamal Jones and a production company that worked with Brown before he found mainstream success.
Jones, also known as Polow da Don, and production company, Zone 4, say Brown violated a 2015 deal with them when he signed a major label recording contract with Sony Music Nashville and “almost totally excluded” them from his work.
Brown fights that assertion in his 51-page counterclaim, saying Jones and Zone 4 “is unsatisfied with the millions of dollars in royalties, revenue and income he has made off of Kane Brown’s hard work" and "fraudulently induced Mr. Brown into signing a lopsided recording agreement in 2015 and repeatedly misled Mr. Brown and others to protect it."
The counterclaim states that Polow and Zone 4 had an undisclosed agreement with Epic Records, a division of Sony Music, that limited their ability to negotiate a deal for Brown with other labels.
Brown further asserts that Zone 4 entered another agreement with Brown’s label in 2016 that renders any quibbles with the 2015 deal “null and void.”
Brown asked the court to dismiss the original lawsuit and to order Zone 4 to reimburse him for “any and all proceeds and revenue” related to their 2015 deal and work together.