Brad Paisley was the subject of a recent ‘Nightline’ profile as he promoted his new book ‘Diary of a Player: How My Musical Heroes Made a Guitar Man Out of Me,’ and on the TV special, he dropped a bombshell: He was recently pulled over for a suspected DUI. The only caveat was that … Paisley wasn’t drunk! In fact, he doesn’t drink or smoke at all.
The scene of the World Series shifted from the chill of St. Louis to the much warmer confines of Texas last night. For Game 3 of the Fall Classic between the Texas Rangers and St. Louis Cardinals, country crooner Ronnie Dunn was called upon to sing he National Anthem, completing the trifecta of country artists singing the song for the first three World Series games.
Wynonna Judd was in attendance at late IndyCar driver Dan Wheldon’s funeral on Saturday morning (October 22). The singer delivered heartbreaking renditions of both ‘Amazing Grace’ and ‘I Can Only Imagine’ at the services, which took place in St. Petersburg, Fla. Given the emotionally devastating circumstances, it wouldn’t be a stretch to think that this was one of the hardest performances of Judd’s life. Being called upon to sing at such a sad time requires incredible strength.
Someone over at MLB sure loves country music. Last night, Scotty McCreery sang the National Anthem at the first game of the World Series. He was followed by fellow country superstar Trace Adkins, who belted out the song this evening at before Game 2 between the Texas Rangers and the St. Louis Cardinals.
Two of country music’s favorite blondes met in the flesh and face to face, thanks to ‘Live! With Regis and Kelly.’ Taylor Swift appeared to promote her new scent Wonderstruck, while Lauren Alaina performed her new single, ‘Georgia Peaches,’ from the just-released ‘Wildflower.’ The ladies were in the same room and bonded over a bottle … of perfume, that is.
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