Ya’ll he’s doing it again - Luke Combs shared a catchy unreleased song on a quick Facebook Live last night. It’s called “Cold As You” and it’s about a guy with a broken heart and cold beer.
Luke Bryan wants YOU and YOUR dad to be in his upcoming "Build Me a Daddy" fan video.
He's asking fans to take photos of themselves with their father figures and upload them to his website for a chance to be in the video. He's accepting photos from now through July 5th… but only ONE entry per person.
20 people will be chosen to be included. (You can find more information, here.)
Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood broke the internet, or at least Facebook, in March when they staged an at-home show during quarantine, and the superstar couple appears to be preparing to do the same thing next month. During the singer's weekly Facebook live series, Inside Studio G, Garth teased an upcoming show, telling fans to keep their calendars open on July 7th.
"Let's look and see what karma's saying about seven, seven [July 7]," he said. "Let's make a date! Let's figure out a time to do it, and we'll do it. Let's come together in love. Let's do that."
Zac Brown Band is kicking off Fourth of July weekend with a performance for a good cause.
On July 3, the band will present "4th with the Family," a free livestream concert event benefitting lead singer Zac Brown’s nonprofit passion project Camp Southern Ground and its veteran support programs.
“We are so proud to present this livestream. Not only do we have the opportunity to perform for our fans for the first time in a while, but more importantly, we can raise crucial funds that support the mental health and wellbeing of our veterans."
"All men and women who have served deserve our deepest gratitude," he continued. "We invite you to celebrate and support them through music and community."
Funds raised for the livestream will go towards Camp Southern Ground's two Warrior programs, Warrior Week and Warrior PATHH, which are both provided at no cost to veterans. Warrior Week, their signature workforce and wellness transition program, helps veterans find their new mission in life after military service. Warrior PATHH (Progressive Alternative Training for Healing Heroes) is the nation's first non-clinical program aimed to cultivate and facilitate post-traumatic growth among combat veterans struggling with PTSD, depression, anxiety and/or stress.
Donations will be accepted up to and during the event, and donors will have the opportunity for a special on-screen shout-out during the livestream.
"4th with the Family" will stream live on LiveXLive's website, apps and social channels as well as Zac Brown Band's YouTube and Facebook pages on July 3rd at 7 p.m. To donate and learn more, visit CampSouthernGround.org.