July 11, 2017 - One Country

Is This The Most Honest Moment Of This Season Of “The Bachelorette”?

One of the biggest hurdles of any “Bachelor” or “Bachelorette” season is the hometown visits. They change the way contestants are viewed and even lead to elimination. But what would you do if you didn’t want the Bachelor or Bachelorette to meet your family? Dean opened up to Rachel about his family, which he has … Read more

[Watch] Brad Paisley Pays It Forward And Inspires Kids By Giving Them His Signature Fender Guitar

Brad Paisley is known for at least two things: Being an unbelievably skilled guitarist, and playing Fender Telecasters. Well, we can add something else to the list. He’s taken it upon himself to inspire youngsters at his shows to pick up the guitar and play. To promote the new “road worn” version of his signature … Read more

RaeLynn Needs to Give Her Husband Josh His Own Ringtone

If you’ve heard RaeLynn’s “Lonely Call,” you know that it paints a pretty specific picture. It’s about a late night call from someone who needs to be in your past. So we asked RaeLynn about the details.


The song is about the songstress’ now husband, Josh Davis, who at one time was her ex. The pair had dated and things didn’t work out, but she kept getting phone calls. The song begins:

Just a Monday, thrift shop couch
Bowl of Cheerios, it’s getting dark out

Clicking my remote to an episode

Of Crazy Housewives

And before you know

I see your face on my screen

That ringtone can only mean

Your friends are gone

You’re all alone

And you’re thinkin’ ’bout me

So what is Josh’s ringtone? RaeLynn tells One Country it’s nothing special:

And which crazy housewives was she watching?

Hear the tune:

No matter how the song goes, though, things worked out for this couple.

John Cena Goes Undercover on the Internet and Responds to People’s Questions and Comments

Prime directive #1: never go to the comments section. EVER! What you find there will scar your in mind, heart, and soul. The only way to truly meet the darkness there is undercover in a brief battle answering the internet’s burning questions and then disappear into the night like Batman. That was John Cena’s strategy, … Read more

11 Kids Movies From the ’90s That are Streaming on Netflix Right Now

The 90s were my decade. We used to call ourselves “children of the ’90s” but now when you say that people think that you were born in the 90s. I was a kid who was a person by the 90s and I remember the amazing movies of the time. Some of my favorite childhood movies … Read more

Cobie Smulders’ Full Name Is Longer Than Any Name In Hollywood

“It’s fun to be someone else,” Cobie Smulders said. Apparently that’s true– a lot of celebrities adopt fake names, even identities, when in public. But Cobie? Her name could be fake. It sounds too perfect, too Hollywood. But that is her real name, at least part of it. Smulders, star of “How I Met Your … Read more

13 Hilarious Stand Up Specials Streaming on Netflix

If you like to laugh, these are must-sees: 1. Jeff Dunham: Arguing With Myself 2. John Mulaney: New in Town 3. Aziz Ansari: Buried Alive 4. Trevor Noah: Afraid of the Dark 5. Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy: We’ve Been Thinking 6. Rodney Carrington: Laughter’s Good 7. Jim Gaffigin: Cinco 8. Jeff Dunham: … Read more

Lindsay Ell Sends a Message With Her Music Video for “Waiting On You”

Lindsay Ell has released her latest video and it’s so relatable to any woman in the dating world. You’ve started dating someone new. You’re not interested in forever. You’re just interested in seeing if it’s going to be … something. Lindsay Ell sends a message to her prospective man in the “Waiting On You” music … Read more

25 Years After Saving The Ryman, Emmylou Harris Still Seeks To Make A Difference With Her Music

Emmylou Harris is celebrating the 25th anniversary and rerelease of her live album “‘Emmylou Harris and The Nash Ramblers at The Ryman.” Instead of playing a song from the album, she covered a Steve Earle classic, “Pilgrim”, dedicated to the more than 65 million displaced persons across the globe. By 1992, the Ryman Auditorium had … Read more

Coldplay Invited A Fan In A Wheelchair Onstage To Play A Song And It Was Amazing

Crowd surfing and Coldplay do not mix. I have seen Coldplay twice–their shows are more for people who like to slightly sway side-to-side while singing along with the band. Wheelchairs and floor seats at a concert, sadly, do no mix. Fans who cannot stand at concerts would be forced to look at the sweaty backs … Read more

Dixie Chicks are Headed to a Theater Near You

If you missed the Dixie Chicks on tour in the United States for the first time in over a decade, you’re in luck– they’re coming to a big screen near you soon. And for one-night only. Fathom Events and Columbia Records recently announced, “Dixie Chicks: DCX MMXVI – In Concert.” Which features footage captured live … Read more

Dave Barnes, The Man Who Wrote “Craving You,” Wants To Teach You How To Be A Cowboy

It’s rare to find a cowboy in Nashville that doesn’t decorate themselves with rhinestones. But those rare few, those men of sweat, blood, and earth, hold wisdom and secrets long forgotten by city-slickers in the digital age. One of those men is Dave Barnes, the songwriter behind Blake Shelton’s “God Gave Me You” and the … Read more