Lauren Alaina and Trisha Yearwood have been teasing their duet on Lauren’s song “Getting Good” all week. In the teases their harmonies sound amazing so of course fans were excited. The song is finally here and it’s incredible. The lyrics and melody of the song are inspiring and uplifting. This song is definitely what we need right now.
Luke Bryan and Dan+Shay have now been added to the list of artists that have postponed their tours due to COVID-19.
Dan explained the reason they hadn’t cancelled up until this point was because they were hopeful that it would still go on. They’ve decided to move the tour from 2020 to 2021 like a lot of artists have done. Of course this is going to involve a lot of logistics
Luke Bryan’s shared the news yesterday with fans expressing that the health and safety of fans, his team, and venue staff is a top priority. He promised an incredible show in 2021 and he’s excited to see us. By now it’s something we’ve all accepted, concerts won’t be happening for a while, however it looks like Luke didn’t reschedule the original San Antonio date for next year, in fact there are no Texas dates. For that reason, I’m hopeful that since the tour is only scheduled through the beginning of October, he will add more in the future.
The story everyone’s talking about in country music right now. The Dixie Chick have officially dropped the “Dixie” from their name, and will continue as just The Chicks.
The change was made in response to the social justice protests over the past month. "Dixie" is a word deeply connected to the Confederacy, which of course was rooted in slavery.
There's been talk of the Dixie Chicks changing their name for a while now, and yesterday, they finally changed their social media accounts and website.
The Chicks drew attention to the change by releasing a new track under their new name. It’s a protest song called “March March”.