We already know that the genre's biggest stars hang out together, like Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean, who go fishing regularly. But in addition to their peers, country artists also spend time with celebrities from other walks, like acting.
It's no secret that women aren't getting a fair shot at country radio right now, but now it's official. In a new interview with Country Aircheck, one of the top programming consultants in the business asserts that not playing women is part of the pathway to success for a country radio station.
'Keep Austin Weird' is the slogan in the capital city of Texas, but on Saturday night (May 2), Tim McGraw, Brantley Gilbert, Justin Moore, the Band Perry and a handful of others kept it country for the second-annual iHeartRadio Country Festival.
Jennifer Nettles is embracing a makeup free look and encouraging other ladies to join her. After posting a makeup-free picture of herself on social media, the Sugarland member received criticism from online bullies who claimed she was nearly unrecognizable without her signature makeup. Rather than being shamed by online commenters, however Nettles chose to take a stand.
Jennifer Nettles joined forces with Jennifer Hudson to perform a song called "You Will," which will serve as the new theme song for Oprah's OWN television network. Penned by Diane Warren, the song encourages listeners to boldly pursue their dreams.
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