Chase Rice will be on the road this summer for his AM/PM Tour. It will start August 1 and will make 34 stops before wrapping up in December. Devin Dawson is just one of the acts that will open for Chase.
After the tragic death of their 3-year-old son, River, Granger Smith and his wife Amber asked that donations be made to Dell Children's Medical Centre, where their son was treated. A t-shirt was also created to honour River and 100% of the proceeds were donated to the hospital. As of now, more than $100,000 has been raised for Dell Children's Medical Centre.
Brett Eldredge has scored his seventh number one single with "Love Someone". Brett was able to celebrate the news in a very special way. He was onstage with his dad at the Tailgate N' Tallboys music in Illinois on Father's Day.
The 7th annual CMAOntario awards were held last night in Ottawa. Meghan Patrick was the big winner with five awards for Album of the Year for Country Music Made Me Do It, Female Artist of the Year, Music Video of the Year for "Walls Come Down", Fan's Choice and Songwriter(s) of the Year for "Walls Come Down". The Reklaws took home two for Single of the Year for "Feels Like That" and Group or Duo of the Year. Tim Hicks picked up an award for Male Artist of the Year. Jade Eagleson was named Rising Star and Roots Artist or Group of the Year is The Abrams.
Carrie Underwood had this past Friday off from her tour, so she decided to take the family to Langhorne, Pennsylvania's Sesame Place. Carrie shared some pictures on Instagram, saying, "We all had so much fun! Isaiah got to see some of his furry monster friends and we got to watch him love every minute! I think even Jacob had fun! We rode rides, played games and even saw a parade! We already can't wait to come back!"
Trisha Yearwood announced that she will be hitting the road later this year with the Every Girl On Tour. It is scheduled to start October 3 and will make 23 stops. "I can't wait to take my tour solo for the first time in five years," says Trisha. "I've been absolutely overwhelmed by the postive response to 'Every Girl in This Town' and, as enthusiastic as folks are about my new music and the upcoming tour, I don't think there is anyone more excited than me."
Garth Brooks played Denver's Mile High Stadium on June 8 and he managed to break yet another attendance record. 84,500 fans came to see Garth perform, which beats the previous record of 77,000 set by U2 in 2011. This show is part of his Stadium Tour, which is expected to run for three years. Garth has set attendance records at The Dome at America's Center in St. Louis, State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, Florida and during two shows at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.