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Miranda Lambert Set To Release Cookbook Of Family Recipes

  • Miranda Lambert’s new cookbook will include stories about her life off the stage and recipes handed down from her family and friends.
  • Recipes include “Nonny’s Banana Pudding,” “Paw Paw’s Bar-B-Que Sauce,” and “The Loaf,” described as “the meal that will get the ring.”
  • “Y’all Eat Yet? Welcome to The Pretty B*tchin’ Kitchen” is set to release on April 25th.
  • Source: Music Row

Lainey Wilson Drops “Smell That Smoke” In Latest “Yellowstone” Episode

  • Lainey Wilson made her acting debut during the premiere of season five of “Yellowstone,” and now she’s dropped a new song as part of episode three.
  • “Smell Like Smoke” is also now featured on her latest album, “Bell Bottom Country.”
  • Show co-creator Taylor Sheridan, who says he created the part of Abby with Wilson in mind, says there’s more new music coming from the star this season.
  • Source: American Songwriter

Gulf Coast Jam Adds BRELAND, Gabby Barrett And More To Lineup

  • The 2023 Gulf Coast Jam has announced some additions to their lineup, including Gabby Barrett, BRELAND, Justin Moore, and Chase Rice.
  • Headlining the event are Morgan Wallen, Miranda Lambert, HARDY, and Kane Brown.
  • The festival announced on Instagram that most tickets are already sold; any left for purchase can be found on the festival’s website.
  • Source: Country Now

The 2022 American Music Awards Recap

  • Taylor Swift and Morgan Wallen took home two American Music Awards each last night in the country music category.
  • Swift won Favorite Female Country Artist and Favorite Country Album, while Wallen grabbed Favorite Male Country Artist and Favorite Country Song.
  • The Favorite Country Duo or Group award went to Dan + Shay.
  • Source: American Music Awards

Lauren Alaina Announces Engagement On Opry Stage

  • Lauren Alaina announced on the Grand Ole Opry stage Saturday night that she’s engaged to Cam Arnold.
  • The partner in a Nashville-based insurance firm didn’t want to come onstage, preferring to stay out of the public eye.
  • Alaina said, “So – we negotiated, and he came out for the picture.”
  • Source: People

More Country News

  • Alison Krauss And Robert Plant Plan Return To “CMT Crossroads”
  • Eric Church Given North Carolina Award For Fine Arts
  • New Music From Dierks Bentley And More

Jimmie Allen And Elle King To Host New Year’s Eve Special On CBS

  • Jimmie Allen and Elle King are set to host “New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash” on CBS.
  • Allen performed on last year’s edition of the special and says he’s looking forward to being back again for the second year of the show.
  • The country stars will share hosting duties with “Entertainment Tonight” anchor Rachel Smith.
  • Source: Taste Of Country

Madeline Consoer Says New Single Is About “Two-Faced” Nashvillians

  • Madeline Consoer got her start on “The Voice,” and her new single “Little Miss” shows her going on the attack against “girls in Nashville.”
  • She says the song was inspired by a friend telling her boyfriend she “was psycho,” and she says, “80 percent of the girls in Nashville are two-faced.”
  • The song is the title track of her first EP, which is set to release on December 16th.
  • Source: People

Taylor Swift Tix Going For Thousands As Government Starts Paying Attention

  • Resale prices are skyrocketing for tickets to Taylor Swift's "Eras Tour," with floor tix selling for as much as $35,438
  • This comes after Ticketmaster was flooded with buyers on Tuesday, and subsequently delayed their pre-sale buying windows.
  • Democratic lawmakers criticized Ticketmaster for its monopoly on the ticketing market.
  • Source: CNN Business

Carly Pearce Set As Host For The 13th Annual ‘CMA Country Christmas’

  • Carly Pearce is set to host ‘CMA Country Christmas’ on December 8th on ABC.
  • This year’s special includes performances by Steven Curtis Chapman, Dan + Shay, Scotty McCreery, and more.
  • After airing on ABC, it’ll be available to stream on Hulu and Disney+ starting on December 9th.
  • Source: Music Row

Scotty McCreery Takes Fans Behind The Scenes Of Becoming “Dad”

  • Scotty McCreery is showing fans the build-up to becoming a father in the video for his single “It Matters To Her.”
  • Scotty and his wife Gabi became parents on October 24th with the birth of their son Merrick Avery, who will go by Avery.
  • McCreery wrote “It Matters To Her” with Rhett Akins and Lee Thomas Miller.
  • Source: People

GRAMMY Nominations Are Out

  • Miranda Lambert is the leading country nominee for the 65th GRAMMY Awards with four nominations.
  • Willie Nelson also received four noms, with one in the Best Roots Gospel category.
  • The 65th GRAMMY Awards are set to air on CBS on February 5th.
  • Source: GRAMMYs

Kenny Chesney, Eric Church And Shania Twain Tapped To Headline Tortuga Festival

  • The 10th annual Tortuga Music Festival is scheduled for April 14th – 16th, and they’ve announced a fantastic lineup of artists.
  • Kenny Chesney, Eric Church, and Shania Twain will headline Rock the Ocean’s three-day festival.
  • Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m., with an alumni pre-sale starting tomorrow through the festival’s website.
  • Source: CMT

Zach Bryan Will Never Submit For A CMA Nod Again

  • Zach Bryan is assuring his fans on Twitter that he’s not upset after not being nominated for any CMA Awards this year.
  • He says he’s not upset, and that he doesn’t want to be put up for any nominations in the future.
  • Talking about awards, he says, “I respect any artist who receives one and the existence of them.”
  • Source: Variety

Lionel Richie Announces First Country Album is Coming

  • Lionel Richie has written plenty of Country songs and now he’s ready to dive in more
  • Wednesday night at the CMAs, the “Hello” singer announced that he’s releasing his first Country album
  • Richie explained "I am so vested in country music, you have no idea."
  • He ticked off some Country accomplishments like 2012 Tuskegee album and his work with Kenny Rogers
  • There’s no firm date for the album’s release
  • Source: People

Dolly Parton Gets $100M Courage & Civility Award From Jeff Bezos

  • On Friday, Jeff Bezos and his partner Lauren Sanchez announced that country music legend Dolly Parton is the recipient of the 2022 Bezos Courage and Civility Award.
  • The award comes with a no-strings-attached check for $100-million that the recipient can use in any way they see fit.
  • Parton has a long history of philanthropy, having started multiple charities including The Imagination Library Program through which she helps spread literacy around the world.
  • Source: CNN Edition

Country Stars Reveal Their Dream Duet Partner

  • Country stars had some surprising answers when Fox News Digital asked who their dream duet partner would be.
  • Lindsay Ell said “Jimi Hendrix, but somebody living – probably Chris Martin from Coldplay.”
  • Other choices included Jordan Davis picking John Prine and Tyler Hubbard choosing Justin Timberlake.
  • Source: Fox News

Small Ways To Show Your Partner Love & Appreciation

  • Life is busy and hectic, but it’s still important to show your partner gratitude.
  • Relationship experts say finding little ways to thank your boo for all they do can have a lasting, positive effect on your relationship.
  • Showing appreciation to your partner can help keep the spark alive and these are some easy ways to do it.
  • Source: Hello Giggles

 

Foods That Taste Better “A Little Burnt”

  • Do you prefer your toast or Brussels sprouts with a little char on them? You’re definitely not alone.
  • A new post on Reddit asks “What tastes better a little burnt?”
  • Those six words inspired more than 19-thousand responses and these are some of the best.
  • Source: Reddit

What Seniors Would Do Differently If They Could Go Back

  • A third of seniors would go back in time, if it was possible, to relive a particular part of their lives, new research shows.
  • A survey of 2-thousand Americans 65 and older finds that 36% say they’d make different decisions if they knew back then what they know now.
  • If they could choose to relive any decade of their life, 30% would opt for their 30s and 25% for their 20s, because they remember these as the happiest decades of their lives.
  • Source: NY Post
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