Little Big Town May Never Get To Sleep in Their Own Beds This Year And They're OK With That

With their headlining Breakers Tour picking up in February and the co-headlining Band Wagon Tour with Miranda Lambert beginning in the summer, Little Big Town will not be seeing their own beds for quite some time.

One Country caught up with Little Big Town at The Nashville Chapter Grammy Nominee Party on Thursday (Jan. 11), where the band shared their plans for 2018 and it includes a heck of a lot of touring.

"I think instead of the Breakers tour, it's the Break Me Tour," Phillip joked about their packed schedule.

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Lady A is Going to Let All Their Babies Ride on One Tour Bus, Which Would Be a Great Reality TV Show

The Lady Antebellum baby boom is almost complete, as Hillary Scott is set to give birth to twins any day now. The girls will join Dave Haywood's newborn daughter, Lillie, and big sister Eisele Kay and big brothers, Ward Kelley and Cash Haywood.

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Thomas Rhett Has Some Solid Advice For Gift-Giving as a Parent That We Can All Get Behind

There are few things more stereotypical than this parenting scenario: you give your kids a gift and they are more intrigued by the box than they are by the actual gift inside that you spent a significant amount of money on-- and apparently, Thomas Rhett's kids are no exception to this.

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Lady A's Charles Kelley Says Songs Should Make You Want to "Laugh, Cry or Shake Your Ass" (And We Agree)

After taking a year off to refocus their energy as a band, Lady Antebellum came storming back onto the country music scene with the album Heart Break, lead by the fantastic and surprising single, "You Look Good."

The trio was awarded for their break with two GRAMMY nominations-- Best Country Album and Best Country Duo/Group Performance for "You Look Good."

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Lady A's Dave Haywood Says Newborn Lillie Has Been "The Perfect Baby So Far"

Is it just us, or does it seem like babies are taking over the world of country music?

Lady Antebellum's Dave Haywood announced the birth of his daughter, Lillie, just before Christmas, and she is certainly a beautiful bundle of joy!

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Trisha Yearwood Interrupting Mr. Yearwood During An Interview is Just About the Sweetest Thing We've Ever Seen

Since Garth Brooks humbly and game-changingly returned to the country music scene in 2014 with the announcement of new music and a massive 3-year cross-country tour, you can't find a single interview with the legend where he doesn't discuss his wife, Trisha Yearwood, in detail. The man is absolutely in love with Mrs. Yearwood.

One of his most recent interviews with Ty, Kelly and Chuck, he even said he just wants to stare at Mrs. Yearwood, " She's unbelievable just to stare at and you just want to be in the same room with her—maybe you're not doing the same thing, but it doesn't matter, as long as you're breathing the same air then I'm good."

Though we know Mrs. Yearwood feels the same way for Mr. Yearwood, she's not quite as ooey-gooey about it. Or is she? During a recent interview we had with the legend, Mrs. Yearwood casually walked by and said, "sorry to interrupt," while planting a kiss on Brooks.

It almost looked planned, until you remember that these two are basically middle schoolers around each other. And, you know, he's literally bending over backwards for her.

We also had a chance to ask Brooks how long the facial hair was going to stick around. Of course, his answer was all about what makes Mrs. Yearwood happy, "as long as she likes it and she loves it, that's it. The second she doesn't like it anymore? It's gone."

Brooks and Yearwood's tour wrapped in Nashville, after a 3-year, 400-plus show run. That run also included two CMA Entertainer of the Year trophies.


New Music From Trisha Yearwood in 2018? Yes!

Trisha Yearwood hasn't released new music, not including her Christmas album, Christmas Together, with Garth Brooks in 2016, since 2014's Prizefighter: Hit After Hit, which included ten re-recorded singles and six newly recorded songs.

Since then, Trisha has been out on the road for 3 years touring with her husband on the biggest North American Tour in history, the Garth Brooks World Tour.

We caught up with one of country's greatest voices to find out what her upcoming plans were for 2018 and to basically beg her to release new music. Looks like we have something to look forward to.

"I'm going to start a new record in 2018. I'm going to sleep most of January," Trisha joked with One Country. "Then I'm going to start a new record. And the cooking show is still going on, so I'll have that. That's the plan right now. We're going to do some festivals together. We're going to keep playing music. Garth famously says, 'my retiring days are behind me.' He's done retiring so we're going to figure it out."

And as for another possible Garth and Trisha tour in the future. Signs point to yes.

"Probably not like this," she said referring to the 3-year world tour. "But yeah, for sure."


Walker Hayes Is Going To Buy Every Copy Of His New Album, boom,' When it Releases on Dec. 8

Walker Hayes may be considered a newcomer to country music, but this Alabama native has been following his dream since he moved to Nashville in 2005 with his wife Laney. He released his first single, "Pants" in 2010 along with his album, Reason To Rhyme before losing his record deal with Capitol Records.

Fast forward to today and Walker Hayes is reigniting the charts with his lead single, "You Broke Up With Me"—which has already racked up over 25 million streams—and is awaiting the release of, boom, his debut album on Monument Records.

With a name like boom, we had to ask why he chose that moniker for his new album. "That's my favorite word," Walker tells One Country's Kelly Sutton. "Every time something good—like if my song climbs a number on the chart I just text all my friends and Laney and say, "Hey, it's No. 14, boom." So we had to name it boom. The album is merely just journal entries put to music. There are ten tracks. That was the hardest part, narrowing it down. It's just my favorite stories."

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Exclusive: Why Walker Hayes Sometimes Wishes Kenny Chesney Wasn't On The Radio

Songs have a funny way of reminding us of past memories. Some songs remind you of breakups, falling in love for the first time, or your senior year of high school. Kenny Chesney reminds Walker Hayes of his marriage. Chesney's music has described Hayes' relationship with his wife from day one. So when he and his wife are fighting, and they both want to be angry, the last thing they want to hear is Kenny on the radio.

"We were doing that thing where we were seeing who could be the most pissed," Hayes told One Country's Kelly Sutton with a chuckle. "I just turned on the radio– trying to be real flippant about it – and "Anything But Mine" was on the radio. That song reminds me of the year we moved to Nashville. I was having all of these memories of us listening to it in our apartment and I was like, 'Shut up, Kenny.' Then I changed the station out of frustration and the same song was on. It was a sign."

One week later, Hayes wrote "Shut Up, Kenny" which is featured on his debut album.

Who knew Kenny Chesney was Hayes' guardian angel? I guess Kenny is more powerful than we ever imagined.

boom is out now.


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