Carrie Underwood shared a personal sentiment on Twitter: "Happy anniversary to my handsome, sweet, smart, wonderful husband! Can't believe it's been 2 years! Time flies!"
Miranda Lambert has rescheduled the dates she'll miss this weekend because she's been advised to rest her voice.
Rescheduled dates are:
In a statement issued by her record label she writes, "I’m so sorry to disappoint the fans that have already bought tickets to see me. I’m taking care of my voice and I can’t wait to get on the road again and bring you a hell of a show.”
Brantley Gilbert has announced his first major headlining tour. The Hell on Wheels Tour will kick off September 27th in
Kenny Chesney has made a fun tradition of bringing his pro athlete pals on stage to sing with him at shows, but one may not get a second invitation. In the program for tonight's (Tuesday) Major League Baseball All-Star Game, Kenny says, "Kevin Millar is the worst singer I've ever been on stage with... He came up on stage when we were playing
Kevin didn't win Kenny over as a new Blue Jays fan, either. He remains loyal to the Boston Red Sox.
Tim McGraw has experienced a career first with his new single, "Truck Yeah." The song, which is his first with Big Machine Records, is the highest-debuting single in his solo career. On his website, Tim says, "Country radio has given me an amazing career already. I'm 20 years into it, so to be having my highest chart debut ever is such a cool thing... It means more to me than ever. The best is really yet to come."
Blake Shelton has chosen Michael Buble as one of his advisers on the upcoming season of The Voice. Michael says he's a big fan of Blake's, and Blake obviously has a soft spot for Michael -- his version of Michael's "Home" went to the top of the country charts.