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Don't mess with a
Don't mess with a
country man's truck. Except if you're Tim McGraw, and you want to play a prank on your buddy. Tim got away with a colorful prank with buddy Luke Bryan's beloved vintage Bronco. And, there is video evidence. Tim spray painted graffiti on the Bronco at a recent tour stop in Mountain View, Calif. Watch video of Luke's priceless reaction to the graffiti ambush below.
Martina McBride has a shopping problem. She says she can't control herself when she inside the Target store near her home in Nashville. Martina says, "If there was a way for me to pull two carts through the store, I would do that. I finally just have to always stop myself. I'd be in there for hours." Martina remembers daughter Delaney was alarmed during one shopping trip, "Delaney went with me once, and she's like, 'Mom, we have to put some of this stuff back. This is crazy!"
Scotty McCreery breaks into the Top 25 after only three weeks of the release of his debut single, "I Love You This Big." The song has been rising up the charts since its release. This week it jumped from No. 28 to No. 25 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and #26 on the Mediabase/Country Aircheck chart. Scott broke the record for the highest debut on the chart for a new artist’s first single since 1984. Scotty and the other Top 11 American Idol contestants are preparing for the American Idols Live tour that begins July 6 in Salt Lake City, Utah and runs through September.
Blake Shelton is on top of the Billboard Country Songs chart for another week with Honey Bee. The top five songs on the chart now are Blake's Honey Bee at #1, Taylor Swift's Mean at #2, followed by Keith Urban's Without You, The Band Perry's You Lie and Justin Moore's If Heaven Wasn't So Far Away. Ronnie Dunn is tops on the Country Albums chart with his self-titled debut. He took over the top spot from Brad Paisley and "This is Country Music."
Garth Brooks was inducted into the Songwriter's Hall Of Fame by his good friend Billy Joel Thursday (6/16) night in New York. Garth has been writing his own songs for his entire 30-year music career, having penned such monster songs as 'If Tomorrow Never Comes,' 'The Thunder Rolls,' and 'Unanswered Prayers.' Garth was also honored as the top selling solo artist in US history, having sold more than 128 million albums.
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