Josh Turner's new single 'Lay Low' came from behind to top Eric Church's 'Talladega' during Monday and Tuesday's Showdown. The song battle was close to the end, but Turner's fans stepped up overnight to make sure their song moved on to face a new challenger on Wednesday and Thursday.
Lucy Hale's song 'Lie a Little Better' won its fifth straight Showdown over the weekend, meaning she gets retired to the Hall of Fame and two new songs step up now with hopes of getting there, too. Fans of Josh Turner and Eric Church will square off to
Josh Turner's new single, 'Lay Low' is a tribute to all the simple things that make life worthwhile. And if it's any indication of what his forthcoming album will sound like, it's also a song that will lead to a catchy, heartfelt project fans will love.
It's been a decade since Josh Turner released his debut single 'Long Black Train.' As he prepares his next album, fans will find that the singer's new sound is a contrast to the style he introduced in 2003, but he still remains true to his traditional country roots.
Congratulations are in order for Josh Turner! The 'Long Black Train' singer and his wife are expecting even more blue in their Tennessee home. It's been announced that the couple is expecting yet another son this fall.
Josh Turner is now a new author and is already a talented country singer who's working on a new record, so fans may think he's got it all together, but the 36-year-old says this upcoming album has caused him more worry than any other record before.
Josh Turner's career took off with the release of the 'Long Black Train' album, his debut on MCA. The video for the title track created some controversy, not within the music industry, but within the locomotive industry, surprisingly.
Josh Turner made a dream come true for a very special young man on Tuesday night (May 28). The bass-voiced singer invited a young musician with autism to join him onstage at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville to perform his signature hit, 'Long Black Train.'
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