Keith Urban had a few surprises for his Nashville fans on last night during a free pop-up show at the city's Exit/In venue. But Keith didn't just stop by to perform some songs he also had several major announcements to make. While onstage, Keith surprised the crowd by announcing the release of his next studio album, Graffiti U, and also revealing its accompanying world tour. And if those announcements weren't cool enough, Keith then welcomed the tour's opener, Kelsea Ballerini, to the stage to help him perform the Camila Cabello song "Never Be the Same."
Keith and Kelsea will make a stop in Dallas November 3rd.
Dierks Bentley has a brand-new song called "Woman, Amen." Dierks explains that this song is an ode to his wife Cassie.
He says, “The song's about gratitude, and the song's just the cracks in your heart and love and how you really need to have those failures and those cracks to really let love get in, so it's an inspiring song. I think it's an album that has a lot of gratitude in the album throughout every song. So, it's a good song to really just get that message out there, and all that gratitude for me starts at home. There'd be nothing without Cass and the way she's not only made my life, she's been through the ups and downs and made me a better person. I don't know where I'd be without her."
Dierks goes on to say, "Our journey together has made me the man I am today. I doubt my heart would even recognize the old me. This song addresses that in the most direct possible way."
Dierks will appear on The Ellen DeGeneres Show today to perform the new song!
The video for the song gives a glimpse into its creation, featuring shots from the Telluride, Colorado, studio where it was recorded mixed with clips of the epic mountain landscapes surrounding the area.
Jason Aldean shared a photo of his infant son in full-scream mode. He captioned it, "Brittany is always posting pics of Memphis that are good, but this is actually the stuff she doesn't post."
While the recent batch of winter weather caused many in the country world to rejoice, Miranda Lambert's experience with the snow was much less exciting. Miranda updated her fans on her snow day situation late Tuesday night, posting a series of Instagram videos that show her literally pulling a little red wagon full of her luggage down a snowy driveway.
In the video, Miranda explained that she was hauling her things down the driveway because the snow had prevented her tour bus from pulling up to the house. Miranda went on to say that she was preparing to embark on her "Livin' Like Hippies Tour," so improvising a solution was a must. She said,"I'm trapped on my hill and I'm leaving for tour in 4 hours. It's the most cliché, ridiculous thing that's ever happened to me."