Aug. 18, 2017 02:43PM EST
Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott is having a baby ... or two!
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Kip Moore doesn't usually record songs he didn't write. But once you hear "The Bull," you'll immediately understand why he chose to perform this outside song.
It's no doubt that Karen Fairchild's often lead vocals on Little Big Town tunes are incomparable, but every now and then when Kimberly Schlapman, Jimi Westbrook or Phillip Sweet take over it works. And then some.
The group's current single "When Someone Stops Loving" features sweltering, achey verses from Westbrook and he makes it feel like you are actually in the middle of a terrible breakup.
Per the usual, the group was phenomenal during their appearance on "Late Night With Seth Meyers."
While Thomas Rhett has already done really well with sentimental love songs, his third album, Life Changes,, is already proving just how many life changes he's actually been through. Rhett's newest release from the album, "Grave" was written by Chris DeStefano ("Something In The Water," "Kick the Dust Up"), Hillary Lindsey ("Girl Crush," "Blue Ain't Your Color"), and Josh Miller, but his delivery is sincere and of course, anyone who follows him knows this is his story.
Rhett co-wrote 10 of the 14 tracks on the album, but when he heard "Grave" he knew it was for him, ""it just felt so authentic to me I had to put it on." Fans will probably agree.
In 2015, the Brothers Osborne got their first big radio hit with "Stay A Little Longer." There was just one problem-- the radio version of the song left out John Osborne's blistering guitar solo. Radio stations just weren't going to play a song that was over 5 minutes long.
The reigning CMA Duo of the Year's current single, "It Ain't My Fault" is a rip-roarin' good time banger. The radio version is boisterous, but the live version shines when John gets to play his fiery solo in the spotlight. As the Brothers took the big stage during #CMAFest for the first time this summer their extended version of the tune made the ABC broadcast.
Yes, ABC showed a country music guitar solo during primetime network TV time.
It's a Lady Antebellum baby boom! After taking a year off to work on personal projects and spend more time with their families, two Lady A members are adding to the bunch.
Hillary Scott and husband Chris Tyrell are due in February. They have one daughter together, Eisele.
Dave Haywood and wife Kelli are expecting a little girl in December who will be welcomed home by big brother, Cash.
The trio is currently on their You Look Good World Tour and just released Heart Break.
According to Charlie Daniels, statues don't talk, preach or shout out, so if you don't like them, don't look at them.
During a recent interview with NewsMax TV, Daniels had a lot to say about President Donald Trump and Confederate statues coming down across the country.
When asked if the statues should come down, Daniels compared it to ISIS, "That's like, that's what ISIS is doing.. there were pieces of history that they didn't like, they were taking them down... where does it stop?"
Daniels also went on to say, "Robert E. Lee, for instance, was one of the most honorable people in our history... If you don't like it, don't look at it."
He went on to compare the Confederate statues to unsavory movie posters.