With a narrative centering around infidelity and murder, Carrie Underwood’s new single, “Two Black Cadillacs,” isn’t exactly a lighthearted number. But it sure is compelling.
“American Idol” isn’t the only thing on Keith’s mind these days. So where will he play? And who is coming along for the ride?
The tour kicks off on Saturday, March 16 in Tampa, and Kenny has a new set of fantastic supporting acts this year.
In a message posted to their fans, the country-folk duo announced they’ve cancelled all current tour dates.
With a brand-new album and another Number One single under his belt, Jason Aldean is getting primed and ready for a busy touring schedule next year.
The new set of shows begins in Colorado Springs, and Hunter Hayes is again signed on as Carrie’s opening act. In addition, Carrie got a bit ‘blown away’ herself today, too–find out why.
Taylor’s 2013 tour will include 58 shows in 45 cities, beginning March 13 in Omaha.
He announced the stadium shows during live press conferences today in Boston and Chicago. “It was about playing places that meant something,”he said.
The dates begin in early January and run throughout the U.S., with The Band Perry signed on as support.
Strait’s Cowboy Rides Away Tour has 20 dates scheduled in 2013, with Martina McBride as the supporting act. Select cities are now on sale.
The “Blown Away” singer isn’t the only one getting requests for “lip-to-lip” contact.
The second annual tour was to travel by vintage railcars across portions of the U.S., offering open-air pop-up concerts in parks and lots adjacent to the tracks.
With hints and speculation mounting that Garth might tour again, is this decision to conclude his Vegas residency the first step?
Friends and fellow artists sing the praises of “King George” in a moving video that accompanied his Cowboy Rides Away tour announcement in Nashville this week.
During a press conference in Nashville today, George Strait announced he’s doing one last full-blown concert tour over the next two years. “After the last day in 2014, that’s gonna be it for the touring.”