(The Women That Puts Up With Me Is Just As Crazy )
(Movie Night In The Bare Household )
(Never A Dull Moment)
And You Wonder Where I Get My Personality From
My Mom Hanging With The Kids !
This is for my grandmother that passed away
Dustin Lynch: Wild In Your Smile
Kacey Musgraves : Blowin Smoke
Thompson Square: Everything I Shouldn`t Be Thinking About
Florida Georgia Line: Round Here
Chris Young: Aw Naw
Blake Shelton : Small Town Big Time
Thompson Square have canceled three more shows, just weeks after singer Keifer Thompson was ordered to vocal rest by his doctors.
The duo consisting of married couple Keifer and Shawna Thompson, who recently took home Vocal Duo of the Year honors at the 2013 ACM Awards, posted the most recent cancellations to their website June 10. They have canceled shows scheduled for June 13 in Peoria, Ill., June 14 in St. Louis, Mo. and June 15 in Chicago. Fans who had reserved meet and greet passes for those shows will be contacted.
Keifer initially broke the news of his vocal problems on May 29, posting, "I was urged by doctors to cancel Thompson Square's appearances and go on complete vocal rest several weeks ago; however, neither Shawna nor I wanted to disappoint our fans, which we love and respect dearly."
He continued, "Words cannot express how devastated we both are to bring this news to our fans. We hope that you will understand what a difficult decision this has been and know that we can't wait to get back out on the road and make it up to you as soon as possible."
According to the duo's tour schedule, their next show is slated for June 21 at the Butler County Fair in Allison, Iowa. It is unclear whether that concert will go on as planned; the meet and greet for that show has been closed, along with almost all of the meet and greet sessions for upcoming dates.
Blog Source: www.TheBoot.com
10 Year Old
Miranda Lambert might be the reigning ACM Female Vocalist of the Year, with four No. 1 records to her credit, but that doesn't mean she is ready to rest in her success just yet. The 29-year-old is beginning to work on her fifth album, and she says she feels the pressure now more than ever.
"I freak out every time. I'm like a basket case when it's time to make a record," she tells AZ Central. "I get so nervous as to 'Is this gonna work? Is this gonna be the album that stops selling, that stops getting nominated?' I know that I can't live like that. I can't do my whole career like that. But it definitely crosses my mind."
The singer-songwriter hints that the new set of tunes will be different from her 'Four the Record' album, which includes 'Over You' and her current single, 'Mama's Broken Heart.'
"I think I'm just gonna have fun because I've been serious a lot," she notes. "I've written songs about killing people and sad songs, and I really want to do a tour that's just a lot of fun, so I want to do an album with more fun songs."
The Texas native credits her husband, Blake Shelton, with helping her look for more fun, less serious songs for her next CD. "This might sound really cheesy," Lambert says. "But I really love Blake's new record ['Based On a True Story...']. "It's fun. And I think that's one thing that got me thinking about that. He's such a fun guy. It's like he's constantly waiting, on edge, to laugh at every turn."
Diehard Miranda Lambert fans can rest easy, though. The songstress insists she has never tried to fit into a stereotypical country music mold, nor is she about to start now. "I never will," she insists. "To me, playing it safe is when it will end. I have never played it safe. I don't go into the studio going 'I'm gonna be different' or 'I'm gonna do something crazy.' I just do what I like. And if it's not safe, well, that has to be what it is. I'm always gonna do that. If I write a song I love, I cut it. It is just that simple."
Lambert will head into the studio in August to record her new album. She has a full summer schedule, including taking over dates that were originally scheduled for the Pistol Annies.
Blog Source: www.TheBoot.com