Date: May 04, 2022
    Posted By: Lisa Wulff

Chris Janson teamed with Travis Tritt for a song on his new album “All In,” and now the men are taking their partnership on the road for their co-headlining Can’t Miss Tour.

“I’m really looking forward to the ‘Can’t Miss Tour’ with Chris this fall,” Tritt said in a statement. “Our high-energy performances complement each other so well. Audiences are going to be thoroughly entertained.”

Janson added: “Excited to be out touring with one of my favorites. It’s gonna be a rowdy fall, and I’m looking forward to it!”

Tritt joined Janson for his song “Things You Can’t Live Without” on “All In.” Janson co-wrote the uproarious banger with David Lee Murphy, Deric Ruttan and Chris Stevens, and Tritt told him it sounded like a track he would have had a hit with in the ‘90s. The compliment was music to Janson’s ears.

“I was like, ‘Exactly,’” Janson said. “That was the vibe that I wanted when we wrote it. I wrote it with David Lee Murphy and it’s par for the course. From day one, I said, ‘I’ve got to get Travis on this with me.’ It would just be so killer. Dream day, big win, it’s same thing I’ve always been saying. I asked and he said yes. Then it was, ‘Poof, off to the races.’”

The War Hippies, featuring Scooter Brown and Donnie Reis, will appear as special guests on the tour.

More tour dates to be will be announced in the coming weeks. For tickets and more information, visit or

The Can’t Miss Tour tour dates are:
Oct. 7: Huntington, WV Mountain Health Arena
Oct. 8: Youngstown, OH Covelli Centre
Oct. 9: Allentown, PA PPL Center
Oct. 13: Jonesboro, AR First National Bank Arena
Oct. 14: Grand Prairie, TX Texas Trust CU Theater
Oct. 20: Highland Heights, KY BB&T Arena
Oct. 22: Corbin, KY The Corbin Arena
Oct. 23: Charlotte, NC Bojangles’ Coliseum
Oct. 27: Clearwater, FL Ruth Eckerd Hall
Oct. 28: Estero, FL Hertz Arena
Oct. 29: Pompano Beach, FL Pompano Beach Amphitheater
Nov. 5: Richmond, VA Altria Theater
Nov. 11: Tupelo, MS BancorpSouth Arena
Nov. 19: Atlanta, GA Gas South Arena


    Date: Mar 31, 2022
    Posted By: Lisa Wulff

Apparently, the only thing that can come between Eric Church and his fans, whom he calls The Church Choir, is basketball.

Church is skipping his Saturday headlining show at AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas, so he and his family can watch his beloved North Carolina Tar Heels compete against Duke in the NCAA Men’s Final Four.

“This is the most selfish thing I’ve asked the Choir to do: give up your Saturday night plans with us so that I can have this moment with my family and sports community,” Church said in the statement provided by Ticketmaster to ticket holders.

Church explained he was a lifelong Carolina basketball fan and had watched the rivalry between Duke and UNC for years. However, he said to have the two teams meet in the Final Four “for the first time in history” is “any sports enthusiast’s dream.”

Church said he hoped his fans would understand since the passion he felt for UNC was the same type of loyalty they showed him when they filled seats at his concerts.

“Woody Durham always said, ’Go where you go and do what you do,’ thanks for letting me go here and be with the Tar Heels,” Church wrote.

Ticket holders were given refunds. Some fans were more understanding than others.

“Unprofessional, it isn’t like he’s calling in to a factory/retail, etc & taking off for the day,” commented one fan on Facebook. (Grammar and punctuation authentic to original post.) “Thousand’s of people had bought tickets months ahead. Some who am sure had took vacation days or traded days to attend his concert. If these fans are offered a refund, normally they loose handling fees. If I was a fan of his enough to go to his concert I would never go. He just showed, if there is something he would rather do, he don’t care of the thousands that have planned to see him. Maybe he should have considered the final 4 weekend before scheduling concert for that weekend.

He probably will loose some fans but unfortunately will still have plenty to get rich off of.”

“I love EFC, but I would be livid if I had tix to the show,” said another.

On the other side, fans said they understood.

“I think it’s great!!” posted a female follower. “After all it is a first time in the history of NCAA Tournament and these moments come but once. The most important part about this is Eric Church is going to support The North Carolina Tar Heels! No better reason needed! Woohooo, Go Heels!”

Church hasn’t addressed the controversy on his official social media accounts.


    Date: Mar 17, 2022
    Posted By: Lisa Wulff

Brad Paisley has much to celebrate lately. The country singer just his notched his 25th No. 1 hit with “Freedom Was a Highway” with Jimmie Allen and earned a CMT Music Awards nomination for its video, wrapped his hysterical run of acoustic shows at The Wynn’s Encore Theater in Las Vegas and marked his 19th wedding anniversary to wife actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley.

“Happy Anniversary to this kind, beautiful, and patient being. This is the way. #myjedi #someonewenttogalaxysedgeyesterday,” Paisley posted Tuesday with a photo of the pair in full Star Wars costumes.

His wife’s tribute, a sweet photo of them from early in their relationship, was more romantic – but just slightly.

“19 years! Spell check just changed “happy anniversary” somehow to “a hoot” and it fits. Honey, you’re a hoot. I love you @bradpaisley ❤️,” she wrote.

At least she didn’t call him dear. Paisley unveiled a new comedic song in Las Vegas over the weekend that includes the lyrics, “Dear is the same as dumbass.” The audience roared with laughter over the song that is about decoding what women really mean. It was far from the only laughs of the night.

Paisley walked on stage at The Wynn’s Encore Theater with just his acoustic guitar and told fans, “You bought me” and that he would play anything they wanted to hear. He opened the set with “Ticks” prompting a sing-along and followed up with “Celebrity,” and “Then” before he made up a new drinking game. The singer admitted he might be a little out of practice and told people to take a drink when he messed up lyrics.

He changed the lyrics in “American Saturday Night” in tribute to Ukraine, singing: “There’s a Ukrainian flag hanging behind the bar.”

The audience erupted in cheers.

Over the course of the night, Paisley joked with the audience, told stories posed for pictures and sang plenty of hit songs. He also worked in “Old Alabama,” “I’m Still a Guy,” “He Didn’t Have to Be,” “Letter to Me” and what he called a “director’s cut” of “She’s Everything.”

“She’s a yellow pair of running shoes, a holey pair of jeans, she looks great in cheap sunglasses, she’s a passive-aggressive little thing,” Paisley quipped in the new version as the audience cackled. “She’s, ‘I want of piece of chocolate, damn it.’ She snores like a train.”

He also shared other unrecorded comedic songs. Fans who have seen Paisley before might be familiar with this romantic comedy “First Cousin,” but “Manstruation” and “What Happens in Vegas” are both new.

Without his duet partner, Paisley skipped “Freedom Was A Highway” on Friday night. Vote for Paisley and Allen to win the 2022 CMT Music Award for Collaborative Video of the year now at The 2022 CMT Music Awards, country music’s only fan-voted show will air live from Nashville at 8 p.m. (ET) Monday, April 11 on CBS.


    Date: Jan 20, 2022
    Posted By: Lisa Wulff

According to an arrest affidavit from the State of Tennessee, Sara Evans’ husband and former Alabama quarterback Jay Barker was arrested early Saturday morning for trying to run over a female in the driveway of her Nashville home.

Barker was charged with felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

According to the court documents, an officer was dispatched to the home at 1:30 a.m. for a domestic disturbance. The victim said she was attending a party at a neighbor’s house and got into the passenger side of a vehicle when the party ended to ride across the street to her home. As the vehicle crossed the street and pulled into her driveway, Barker put his vehicle in reverse and attempted to hit the car the victim was in at a high rate of speed.

Barker missed the victim and drove away.

According to court documents, he was held for 12 hours due to the domestic violence aspect of the charge against him. (Because the charge is of domestic violence in nature, CMT chose not to identify the victim.)

Barker’s bond was set at $10,000, and he is scheduled to appear in court in March, according to The Tennessean.

Barker was the quarterback when Alabama won the College Football National Championship in 1992. He is currently a sports radio talk show host in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

He and Evans were married in 2008.


    Date: Nov 07, 2021
    Posted By: Lisa Wulff

There’s going to be a new little Runaway June this spring!

The trio’s Jennifer Wayne and her husband Austin Moody revealed they are expecting a daughter in April and they’ve already picked out a name – Lily Maria Moody.

“The doggies can’t wait to be big brothers!” Wayne told E! News.

Later, she posted a picture on social media of her pups holding a sign that reads: “Mom and Dad are getting me a human.”

Including the dogs in their baby announcement is fitting because it was dogs that brought them together. While they first met five years ago, they didn’t reconnect until last year. Moody found a dog on the freeway and sent a picture of it to Wayne’s bandmate Natalie Stovall. Stovall suggested he send the snap to Wayne, who rescues dogs.

“The rest is history,” Wayne said.

The couple was engaged Dec. 28, six months after they started dating. Then they got married less than two weeks later.
At the time, they told People they “couldn’t wait a second longer” to get married.


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