A huge Swedish Garth Brooks fan tweeted a video to Garth asking what she and her husband should do on their honeymoon road trip from Texas to Florida. Well, Garth invited the couple over for dinner while hosting his weekly Inside Studio G broadcast, telling the couple that they should make a stop in Nashville on the honeymoon.
Though Garth says he might get his "butt kicked" by Trisha for the impromptu invitation, he hopes he can talk her into cooking something good for the occasion.
Luke Bryan posted a video where he's teaching his seven-year-old son Tate how to do skeet shoot. They're in a field and he tells him to "spread his feet a little bit" and "say pull." Tate does as instructed… and hits the target.
Dierks Bentley has partnered with a company called Flag & Anthem to create a new lifestyle collection. It's mostly men's clothing like hoodies, T-shirts, hats, denim, and jackets. You can check it out at FlagAndAnthem.com.
Brad Paisley joked about country artists and their wardrobes during an appearance at the Country Radio Seminar earlier this week. He said, “I think we all know that famous people have stylists. And yes, that includes country singers. They don't just happen to show up looking perfect… even if "looking perfect" means torn jeans, floppy hats, and boots.”
He also said, "There are very few George Straits that really do rope and ride most of the day.
"When you become an artist, you get a stylist, and you're wearing things you would never wear to Whole Foods. So we're all playing a bit of dress up."
He also treated them to a stripped-down version of "He Didn't Have to Be". But first he gave a little history, quote, "This [song] is the only reason I'm still here. If I hadn't had this, you never would have let me through the door.