Nashville News: Garth pays for engaged couple's honeymoon!

 

Nashville News

Garth Brooks noticed a man down on one knee proposing to his girlfriend while he was singing "Unanswered Prayers" at his last tour stop in Oklahoma and offered to pay for their honeymoon trip to Hawaii. One thing though, he didn't ask his wife, Trisha Yearwood if it was okay to make the offer to the couple, Drew and Chelsey. When Garth told her She said, "Sure. But no one else can get engaged tonight.

Kellie Pickler and her husband Kyle Jacobs return for a third season of I Love Kellie Pickler on CMT. Kellie says, “This show is about laughter and love. It’s all positive and all about our family and friends and our crazy adventures. We just want to be a bright light and make people laugh and feel good.”Some of Kellie and Kyle's adventures include a bucket trip to Alaska, house hunting and her performances.The new season starts August 3rd at 11 pm. 

"Kelsea Ballerini has been spending a lot of time with Shania Twain lately, but she couldn't believe the praise she received from Shania when she was recently interviewed on Entertainment tonight...Shania said...“I love Kelsea Ballerini,” “She’s humble. She’s talented. She writes. So I admire that. I admire her humility and grace.”

Zac Brown recently surprised a paralyzed fan by visiting him at a Pennsylvania hospital after the band’s nearby concert on July 14. People reports that the musician stopped by the Bryn Mawr Rehab Center on Saturday to spend time with 17-year-old Thomas Schoettle--who fractured his neck and bruised his spinal cord in a diving accident 17 days before the concert. “I figured since you couldn’t come to us, we’d come to you,” Brown is seen telling the teenager in a video shared on Facebook. The visit took place after a family friend of the Schoettle family reached out to Brown on Facebook earlier this month, pleading for the country singer to visit Thomas.The show is September 20th at the EagleBank Arena in Fairfax, Virginia. He'll be joined on the bill by Zac Brown Band, Gary Clark Jr. and Keith Urban, with more big names to come.

Miranda Lambert was in Buffalo, New York this weekend celebrating the birthday of her beau, Anderson East, who was opening for Chris Stapleton. Chris invited Miranda up on stage with him to sing "Fire Away" and magic was made. 

Chris Janson announced on Monday that he will release his sophomore album Everybody this fall. "I decided to title this album Everybody because that's exactly who inspired it," the “Buy Me a Boat” singer tells Rolling Stone Country. "Real songs, real stories, and songs that I believe people from every walk of life can relate to. It's everybody--and it's all on this record." The album will include the five songs featured on Janson’s recently released Fix a Drink EP, as well as a handful of new tracks. Everybody is due out on September 22. 

Dylan Scott is celebrating his first number-one hit. "My Girl" made it to the top spot on both the Billboard and County Airplay charts this week. It's Scott's fifth single released to country radio. The singer is set to release and expanded version of his 2016 self-titled debut album on August 4th, which includes "My Girl" and three new songs. 

Old Dominion is announcing a new partnership with Bud Light. The country rockers are celebrating the news with a kick off party on July 24th. They'll be performing for a special dive-bar show at Blue Bar in midtown Music City. It comes a month before the release of Old Dominion's sophomore album, "Happy Endings."

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