Morgan Wallen was arrested by Nashville police on Saturday around 11pm after watching security kick him out of Kid Rock's honky tonk. Security tried to remove him after he started to kick glass items inside the venue. Morgan was arrested for being intoxicated in public, unable to take care of himself and the reasonable likelihood that the offense would continue. Morgan took to social media on Sunday to apologize. "Hey y'all just wanted to clear the air," he writes on Twitter. "I went out downtown last night with a few old friends. After a couple bar stops, we were horse-playing with each other. We didn't mean any harm, and we want to say sorry to any bar staff or anyone that was affected. Thank you to the local authorities for being so professional and doing their job with class."
Brett Kissel has teamed up with Safeway Canada to hold "Brett Kissel - Live at the Drive-In" on Saturday, June 13th at the main parking lot of the River Cree Resort and Casino outside of Edmonton. This is being done in support of Food Banks Alberta. The concert will also be streamed across Canada.
Runaway June's Naomi Cooke and Jennifer Wayne shared in an interview that COVID-19 played a part in Hannah Mulholland leaving the band. "The pandemic happened, and the world started changing," Naomi Cooke says. "As a lot of people have done, Hannah started to re-evaluate what was important to her. And that was being with her family and her husband in California. Jen and I have nothing but love for Hannah. We support that, and we want her to be happy. So there's no drama here." A day after Hannah announced she was leaving the group, they announced that Natalie Stovall would be replacing her.
Carrie Underwood has shared her first TikTok video and it involved a couple of nets, a bird on the loose and some teamwork. Carrie and her husband, Mike Fisher had a bird in their home that they had to catch. Mike was able to catch the intruder in a couple of fishing nets and Carrie released the bird back into the wild.
Sage Michael Warren, the 21-year-old son of songwriter Brad Warren and his wife Michelle, has died. The family made the announcement on Thursday. His cause of death has not been released. Brad and his brother Brett, who are known as the Warren Brothers, have been hit songwriters in Nashville since the 90's. They are behind Toby Keith's "Red Solo Cup", Blake Shelton's "Every Time I Hear That Song" and Jason Aldean's "We Back".
Kane Brown was teasing his fans on Twitter the other day, saying, "Kane Brown featuring Katelyn Brown in the works." Some people thought that they might be expecting another baby, but Kane cleared things up in a follow-up tweet. Before meeting and getting married, Katelyn was a rising pop singer who went by the name Katelyn Jae.
Keith Urban says that his wife, Nicole Kidman, broke her foot in a random accident. She was out jogging in their neighbourhood in Nashville and, unfortunately, didn't see a pothole in the road. She rolled her ankle and suffered a small break. Keith said she's being a trooper about it. "She's been relegated to the boot for the last handful of weeks and is still getting through it," he says. "But her spirits have been amazing, I gotta say. She's been handling it way better than I would've."
Tim McGraw has cancelled his 2020 Here on Earth Tour, which was supposed to start July 10th. "We're working with our teams to figure out when and how we can get back out on the road and see you all safely," he said in a statement to his fans. "In the meantime, we're looking for some new ways to connect with you and get more music out." Tim is working on his next solo album which is due out in September. Meanwhile, Tim and Faith are enjoying their time together by making sure they keep up with their date nights. "Our date nights are usually the same," Tim shares. "Dinner and pile up on the couch and watch a movie or a series. We're pretty simple. We don't go out very often. Even before all this we didn't go out very often."