Chris Young's Sister Surprised Him With A Puppy and Now He Has His Own Instagram Account

Chris Young has a few No. 1 hits under his belt, a successful world tour and was recently inducted into the Grand Ole Opry. But now the country crooner has a new love in his life, his new German Shepherd puppy, Porter.

Chris has been talking about getting a dog for a while now, but his sister took the leap forward and actually got him a little pup for Christmas. The Tennessee native stopped by "Ty, Kelly & Chuck Mornings" to share how he got his little friend.

"She went to all my friends and went, 'what kind of are you thinking about getting?' 'A German Sheperd,'" Chris said. " 'A boy or a girl?' 'A boy.' Ok, what would you name it?"

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Brett Eldredge Singing As The Sun Sets Will Make Every Woman Swoon

Brett Eldredge is winning hearts of women everywhere with his Frank Sinatra like vocals, but when he belts out his song "Haven't Met You" as the sun sets on a what looks like a gorgeous day, hearts will melt.

As half the country freezes with snowfall covering the roads, Brett escaped to Los Angeles for a few days, where the temperature is a balmy 73 degrees. The Illinois native has been posting photos from L.A. on his social media account, making the rest of us jealous.

Brett took to Instagram to share a beautiful L.A. sunset. And if that wasn't enough, the 31-year-old is relaxing in a lounge chair singing his song "Haven't Met You." Cue the swoon. Women all over are talking to their computer screens saying "I'm right here."

"You could be in Dallas or L.A., 30,000 feet upon a plane / You could be the dream that I've always chased, every second, every place / always looking for your face and I know it's one I'll never forget. / So I guess I haven't met you yet," Brett sings in the chorus.

Enjoy the warm weather while you can Brett because it's going to be cold when you get home.

You can listen to the full version of the song if the short clip wasn't enough.

Jason Aldean Announces High Noon Neon Tour Dates with Lauren Alaina and Luke Combs

The hardest-working man in country music, Jason Aldean, is heading back out on the road and he's bringing Lauren Alaina and Luke Combs along for the ride.

Kicking off in Kansas City on May 10. Aldean, along with Combs and Alaina, will take the energy-charged tour to 34 cities across the country. Fans can purchase tickets beginning Jan. 26 for select cities as part of Live Nation's Country Megaticket at Live Nation is the national tour promoter. Additional on-sales will continue to roll out over the coming weeks.

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Eric Church, Maren Morris and Brothers Osborne Will Perform Route 91 Tribute During GRAMMY Awards

The Route 91 Harvest Music Festival was a three-day event in Las Vegas that tragically ended on October 1 as a gunman opened fire on the crowd and killed 58. Eric Church, Maren Morris, and the Brothers Osborne all played the festival in the days before the shooting and were very outspoken in the days following-- Church and Morris released songs in tribute to the victims with "Why Not Me" and "Dear Hate."

Now, the GRAMMY nominees will join together to perform a tribute to the victims during the GRAMMYs on January 28.

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6 Country Music Documentaries You Should Watch

If we're being honest, there just aren't enough documentaries out there about country music, but there are a few that are definitely worth watching.

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Keith Urban Announces 58-City Tour With Kelsea Ballerini

In front of a small crowd in his adopted hometown of Nashville, Tennessee, Keith Urban announced to fans a 58-city tour with none other than Kelsea Ballerini.

"New music, new tour, of course, we need to go on tour with somebody this year. I'm very excited that we're going to tour with... Kelsea Ballerini," Urban shared as Ballerini joined him on stage.

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Newcomer Caitlyn Smith's Fiery Performance of "Contact High" Heats Up Late Night

As New York was gearing up for a cold winter storm, country newcomer Caitlyn Smith was heating things up inside with her television debut on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon."

Caitlyn made her way to the Big Apple just days before the release of her debut album, "Starfire," to perform her current single, "Contact High." And perform she did. The Minnesota native, dressed in a sparkling fringe shirt and black sparkly pants, belted out the song with masterful vocals, that would make Adele look twice.

Caitlyn offers one of the most passionate performances we've seen on late night in, well, ever. Three-quarters of the way through the song, Caitlyn is so into the performance she drops to her knees belting out a pitch-perfect note.

"You give me that contact high when I look in your eyes / I don't need pills or wine when I'm close to you / I was just in the room / Everything you do, send me to the moon / Happens every time, you send me to the sky / And I'm messed up on your life, baby / Contact high / Contact high," she sings in the chorus.

Then to top it off, she picks up a tambourine and jams with the band to finish off the must-see performance.

Caitlyn has written hits for Meghan Trainor ("Like I'm Gonna Lose You"), Garth Brooks ("Tacoma"), Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton ("You Can't Make Old Friends") and James Bay ("Hear Your Heart"). She's shared her words and now it Caitlyn's turn share her voice with the world.

Keep your eye out for this powerhouse vocalist.

Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton Receives Not One, But Two, Guinness World Records

As many accomplishments that Dolly Parton has attained over her six-decade career, the Grammy-winning artist is adding two more to her list.

The singer, songwriter, entrepreneur, actor, and author landed her name on two Guinness World Records including, Most Decades with a Top 20 hit on Billboard's Hot Country Songs Chart and Most Hits on Billboard's Hot Country Songs Chart by a Female Artist.

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New Information Revealed About Las Vegas Shooter-- Motive Still Unknown

I was in Las Vegas last weekend. I walked past Mandalay Bay, where a shooter holed up with an arsenal of machine guns and high-tech equipment while indiscriminately shooting into a crowd of country music fans at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival. Today, there are few markers of the tragedy on the strip and the shooter's motives are still unknown. Information is slowly coming to light about Stephen Paddock, information that could help us heal and prevent something like this from happening again.

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