The only time Brantley Gilbert goes 'Bottoms Up' these days is when he needs to rehydrate with a few cups of water. The singer has given up drinking, sharing that it was Keith Urban who was there for him when he was "down and out."
Recent Nashville Songwriter Hall of Fame inductee Paul Craft died on Saturday (Oct. 18) following years of failing health. The famous tunesmith is known for hit songs recorded by Mark Chesnutt, Alison Krauss, the Eagles, Ray Stevens and Linda Ronstadt.
Taylor Swift is teasing Swifties everywhere yet another new song, 'Welcome to New York.' She posted an audio clip of the song -- which is the first track on '1989' -- to YouTube. The full version drops Monday night (Oct. 20) on iTunes.
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