Gabby Barrett adds more shows with Kane Brown next year – American Idol alum Gabby Barrett adds shows with Kane Brown next year. Tickets go on sale November 30. Presale takes place November 29 Using the code PICKMEUP. Check out Gabby’s tour dates HERE.
Luke Combs, Carrie Underwood Join Circle Network to Support Toys for Tots – Luke Combs, Carrie Underwood, Darius Rucker, Dustin Lynch and Lauren Alaina team with Circle Network to use the power of music to help children in need this holiday season. From November 21 through Christmas Day (Dec. 25), Circle Network will raise awareness for Toys For Tots, a nonprofit adopted by the Marine Corps in 1948 to gift new, unwrapped toys to children in need. Circle Network will air three special episodes of Opry Live in partnership with Toys For Tots. Performances by Combs, Underwood, Rucker, Lynch and Alaina will be featured as each artist encourages viewers to donate to Toys For Tots. The episodes will air over the course of three consecutive Saturdays: November 26 and December 3 and 10. – Read more at American Songwriter
Adam Lambert Reflects On ‘American Idol’ – Adam Lambert takes a trip down memory lane with ET Canada and shares how he has come full circle after previously auditioning on “American Idol” with Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”. Lambert also reveals which “Idol” judge he’d want to collaborate with and looks back at his former red carpet looks.
Scotty McCreery talks Same Truck Deluxe Backstage at the Opry
.@ScottyMcCreery sat down with us backstage at his recent Opry appearance to talk about his brand new deluxe album!
— Grand Ole Opry (@opry) November 21, 2022
‘The Voice’ Alum Madeline Consoer’s New Single ‘Little Miss’ Is About ‘Two-Faced’ Nashville Girls – Madeline Consoer is kicking off a new era with her new single “Little Miss.” The 26-year-old The Voice alum says the explosive country-rock track, which premieres exclusively on PEOPLE, is the result of her and musicians Chase McDaniel and Jerry Jacobs downing “a pot of coffee each” in the studio, calling it the “most high-energy song we’ve done together.” Consoer, who made it to the Top 17 on the singing show in 2020, says that the bombastic anthem is inspired by an experience she shared in the studio that day. – Read more at People