Nashville News: Tuesday, 9/20
Jason Aldean's They Don't Know reached the top of the Billboard 200 chart over the weekend.
They Don't Know is Jason's third consecutive number-one on the Billboard 200 and his sixth top-10 charting album of his career. It is also the first country album to debut at number-one in over a year -- since Luke Bryan's Kill The Lights debuted in August of 2015.
Jennifer Nettles will release a holiday album, To Celebrate Christmas, on October 28th.
The album features Idina Menzel among others.
Jennifer has scheduled a few Christmas-themed shows: Nashville on December 8th, Tallahassee, Florida on December 9th and Lake Charles,
Louisiana on December 10th.
She says, “I’m such a lover of this season and all of the magical feelings that surround us during the holidays so it
will be exciting to share it with fans at our live shows...Especially since the birth of my son, who arrived to us in December,
I’ve found even more joy in Christmas traditions and music.”
Nashville News: Monday, 9/19
Dierks Bentley is celebrating his latest number-one hit, as "Different For Girls" featuring Elle King hit the top spot on Mediabase's Country Airplay chart this weekend.
Although this is Dierks' 15th number-one hit on the country charts, it's the first for his co-star, Elle King.
Loretta Lynn fans can add her classic sound to their rotation this holiday season with her new Christmas album,White
Christmas Blue. Her record will be available Oct.7 just in time to make your holiday playlist.
She includes an original tune on the album, the title track, co-written by Loretta. The record is only her second group of seasonal songs, the first of which was released in 1966.