Nashville News: Thursday, 7/21
Reba McEntire is the latest star to get her own line of lifestyle products in Cracker Barrel Stores.
The Rockin' R by Reba collection includes western-themed jewelry, Aztec-inspired ponchos and shawls, dinnerware
and leather-bound home goods.
Reba's new holiday album, My Kind of Christmas, will be available at Cracker Barrel on September 2nd.
David Nail has released a video series showcasing the stories of people who have overcome huge obstacles in their lives.
The six-clip Fighterseries includes former NFL linebackerTim Shaw, who was diagnosed with ALS; widowed Army
wife Crissie Carpenter; and former addict Brenda Wilson.
David and his wife Catherine also tell their stories of overcoming David's depression, as well as their struggle with infertility.
And you can upload videos of your own stories of struggle and how you overcame them.
Check out the series at David's website.
Nashville News: Wednesday, 7/20
Keith Urban admits that there was a learning curve when he and Nicole Kidman got married.
He says, "When she'd get scared, I'd think she was angry; then I'd get defensive, go tearing out the driveway at
90 miles an hour."
He finally learned that in those moments instead of running away, he needed to pull her closer. Keith says a lot
of scenes from their marriage show up in his music.
Kane Brown will headline his own Ain’t No Stopping Us Now Tour this fall.
He said, “This fall tour is going to be bigger and better than anything we’ve done so far and I can’t wait for all
the fans out on the road to see the show.”
While only a handful of dates have been released, additional cities for the 30-city U.S. tour will be announced soon. Until then, Kane continues to open forFlorida Georgia Line on their current
Dig Your Roots Tour- which stops at Blossom on September 9th!
Nashville News: Tuesday, 7/19
Carrie Underwood has some celebrating to do after her single "Church Bells" reached the top of the Mediabase charts.
Carrie has knocked Jason Aldean's "Lights Come On" out of the top spot, claiming her 24th overall number-one.
With Steven Tyler finally releasing his country album We're All Somebody From Somewhere comes the announcement
that one of the new songs, "Hold On (Won’t Let Go)," has been named the new anthem for the Professional Bull Riders
The Professional Bull Riders CEO says, "It’s a stand-out moment for our sport and we couldn’t be more honored.” The song will be played at all PBR events, as well as
when they air on CBS.