Tyler Farr’s new video for ‘A Guy Walks Into a Bar’ has him playing guitar outside of a dimly lit tunnel, then serving up some drinks and breaking up a bar fight, and at the end, he gets the girl. Phew! Check it out!!
Darius Rucker had a show Wednesday night (Oct. 15th) at the Arizona State Fair on, and came to town early to spread some southern good. Rucker visited Longview Elementary School in Phoenix on Wednesday morning, serving as
a spokesman for Transitions Optical and Visionworks. Kids received vision screenings and vouchers for free eyeglasses. In a spontaneous show of charity, Rucker also offered to fund new shirts for some of the children.
Rucker talked about "Homegrown Honey," the first single released off his forthcoming album, he also discussed golf, a possible Hootie & the Blowfish reunion and the best kind of fair food.
Q&A session with Darius Rucker
Thomas Rhett’s ‘Make Me Wanna,’ is the fifth single off of his debut album, ‘It Goes Like This.’ The video features Rhett performing a lot of dance moves, which the singer says didn’t necessarily come naturally at first.
“Making this video put me a little outside my comfort zone,” he says. “I wanted it to have a little swagger in a loose, fun way and reflect that sort of Bee Gees feel the song has. I’ve never claimed to be a dancer, but me and my band love to goof off on stage, especially to this song. I wanted the video to reflect that and let everyone know it’s OK to shake your hips a little bit.”
Kellie Pickler and Amy Grant performed for guests that were literally partying pink on Tuesday night (Sept. 30) in Nashville. ‘Eat. Drink. Party Pink’ was a breast cancer awareness event meant to kick off Breast Cancer Awareness month with a bang and a few tears. Several hundred guests fell quiet as Pickler talked about her friend Summer Miller’s battle with cancer. When Miller was diagnosed, the country singer committed to shaving her head with her “sister,” and the replay of that moment was as powerful as it was the first time, back in 2012. Miller stood to a round of applause when urged to do so by Pickler.
Breast cancer has touched everyone in some way, whether a friend, family member, or maybe yourself. My experience was with my mom when she battled and beat breast cancer in 2002. It’s super important that you do abreast self-exam as part of your monthly health care routine, have an annual mammogram, also physical exam by a doctor.