Headlines: Lauren Alaina Tour with Jason Aldean, Kelly Clarkson No Grammy Performance

Jason Aldean Plots High Noon Neon Tour with Lauren Alaina Opener – Jason Aldean‘s High Noon Neon Tour launches May 10 in Kansas City, Mo. with Luke Combs and Lauren Alaina. The initial schedule for the 2018 run lists 34 cities including stops at New York City’s Madison Square Garden, Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena and the Budweiser Stage in Toronto, Ontario. – Read more at CMT

‘Idol’ star Phillip Phillips on his lawsuit, recording hiatus: ‘I was in a weird place’ – “I didn’t know what to do,” he tells Yahoo Entertainment. “It was just this waiting, because I didn’t know how long it was going to last. I kind of expected it to go a lot quicker, and then it’s like — nope, a year, two, three goes by.” Phillips continued to write songs, but the stress of the situation understandably got to him and stymied him artistically. “I still wanted to stay creative, but then I would just be sitting in my house, trying to make up something on the guitar or piano or whatever — and nothing was coming to me.” Phillips may have regrets, actually, about how he initially disparaged “Home” (which he did not write), the song that launched his career, calling it “too pop” and claiming that it would not be his official first single. (It was, obviously.) “I was a youngster then, like 21,” he laughs. Now he’s happy to have that hit in his arsenal. – Read more at Yahoo Music

Kelly Won’t Be Performing at the Grammy’s This Year.

Kelly Clarkson answered this question and more during an Ask Kelly session with the Grammy organization. She’ll be there, however. Her single “Love So Soft” is up for best pop song.

Adam Lambert Studio Update!

Country Music Sensation Scotty McCreery Dishes On Performing At The Opry, How American Idol Changed His Life And Why Boston Is His Favorite City – When you were writing “Five More Minutes,” did you ever envision it would resonate with so many people like it has? I really didn’t. I wrote that song really for myself. I was dealing with the loss of my granddaddy, who had just passed a few weeks prior. After the fact, I might have known that it would be a hit. People tell me stories at the meet and greets before a concert and it’s really cool to hear their stories and hear that the song does resonate with people. – Read more at Haute Living.com

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