Brian Kelley and his wife, Brittany, donated their german shepard "Sarge" to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department just before Florida Georgia held their FGL Fest over the weekend. The couple says they knew from the start that the puppy would make a good police dog. "We are so excited that Sarge will live a life of keeping people and his officers safe," Brian and Brittany Kelley said in a joint statement. "Being able to give back is something in our hearts and last night in Indianapolis was a moment we won't forget."
Luke Bryan scored the 23rd number one song of his career with 'Knockin' Boots', which went to the top of the Mediabase chart this week. That song is the lead single from Luke's next album, which he is planning to release before the end of the year. Last week, Jason Aldean had his 23rd number one with 'Rearview Town'.
Jason Aldean will release his ninth album, 9, on November 22. "Early on I always thought if we ever got to make nine albums, I'm going to call it 9," says Jason. "It was my baseball number growing up, and it's just kind of always been my lucky number. I remember cutting the first album and thinking, 'That's forever away,' and now here we are. I don't know, it's really special we made it this far - so it's more for me than anybody else - but, it means a lot."
Little Big Town are back! They'll release their ninth album, Nightfall, on January 17. They will also be hitting the road for The Nightfall Tour starting January 16. The tour will make 34 stops.
The CCMA awards were handed out last night in Calgary. Here's a look at the winners: Entertainer of the Year - Dallas Smith Album of the Year - Feels Like That - The Reklaws Fans' Choice Award - Brett Kissel Female Artist of the Year - Tenille Townes Group or Duo of the Year - The Washboard Union Male Artist of the Year - Dallas Smith Rising Star - Jade Eagleson Single of the Year - Somebody's Daughter - Tenille Townes Video of the Year - Somebody's Daughter - Tenille Townes Songwriters of the Year - Barry Dean, Luke Laird, Tenille Townes for Somebody's Daughter Interactive Artist of the Year - Lindsay Ell
In January 2020, look for Ronnie Dunn's new project, Re-Dunn. It will feature a number of country and rock cover songs that have impacted his life and career. There will be 24 tracks on the album including covers of hits by George Strait, Tom Petty, Lee Ann Womack, Van Morrison and more. "This is a passion project for me. If you put together a group of songs that define the soundtrack of my life, this is what it would look like," he said in a press release.
Florida Georgia Line have plans to release a collection of acoustic versions of some of their biggest hits. The Acoustic Sessions is set to be released on October 18. There will be eight tracks on the album including "Cruise", "Round Here", "Stay", "Get Your Shine On", "Sippin' on Fire", "Sun Daze", "Dirt" and "Talk You Out of It".
Curtis Rempel and his wife, Myranda, shared the good news Friday on High Valley's Twitter account that they are expecting their third child. He posted a video that shows his wife holding a balloon and their two children, Ben and Millie June, popping the balloon to reveal the baby's gender. Pink confetti exploded from the balloon, much to big brother Ben's delight, because he doesn't want to share his room.