Dustin Lynch's latest single "Ridin' Roads" refrences someone stealing street signs. When he was asked about it, this is what he had to say, "I attempted to." Apparently, a car drove by and scared them so they split. "My mom would have killed me," he adds.
Miranda Lambert was forced to reschedule two shows this past weekend. "I've been doing everything in my power to be 100 percent, but my voice is just not there. Not even close," Miranda said in a post on social media Friday night. "I am so sorry to let everyone down. Since I'm not well, we thought it would be better to come back and give y'all the best show we can." Her Salt Lake City show has been rescheduled for February 25 and the show in Denver will happen March 2.
Jon Pardi is a 49ers fan, and he is expecting a really good game on Sunday when they take on the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl. "I think the game's going to be great. The Chiefs are tough. The best part about this game is the Chiefs haven't been in a Super Bowl in a long time either, so this is gonna be an all-out war, which is gonna be a great Super Bowl, and it's good we're gonna get a great Super Bowl from two great teams."
The Hot Country Knight's debut record features a song with Travis Tritt called "Pick Me Up", and now they've just announced a duet with Terri Clark. "Can we tell people the good news? One Terry in the band was not enough," joked fiddle/keytar player Terotej "Terry" Dvoraczekynski."We have another Terri joining us, and her name is Terri Clark. Despite being Canadian, she has agreed to join the Hot Country Knights on a song...special romance ballad. The song, he explains, will show their softer, more romantic side. It's called "You Make It Hard".
Gord Bamford will be recieving the 4-H Canada's Distinguished Alumni Award at the annual 4-H Canada Leadership Awards in Ottawa on February 10th. The award recognizes the outstanding leadership and contributions of 4-H alumni to their communities and the greater world around them. The Gord Bamford Foundation has generated over $4 million for charities. Each year, the Foundation supports 10 to 15 charities, who focus on Canadian communities and kids.
Kacey Musgraves and her husband, Rushton Kelly, have adopted a puppy that they have named Pepper. She showed off pictures of the puppy, which Kacey calls "our pound puppy", on her Instagram story on Wednesday. The dog has salt and pepper spotted fur on her back, chest and nose, so the name seems to fit.
The C'Ya On the Flipside II benefit concert for the Troy Gentry Foundation is happening February 5th at the Grand Ole Opry House. This year's show features performances from Justin Moore, Trace Adkins, Don McLean, Terri Clark, Mark Wills, Shenandoah, Ricochet, T. Graham Brown, Rhett Akins, Abby Anderson, Eddie Montgomery and more. After Troy was killed in 2017, his wife, Angie, helped to launch the non-profit foundation that provides financial support to cancer research organizations, military families and music education.