Randy Travis is commemorating the 35th anniversary of his debut album, Storms of Life. A re-release of the album with three new songs is planned for this fall. The original included the chart-topping hits "On The Other Hand" and "Diggin' Up Bones." The new version will be remastered and include three unreleased songs: "Ain't No Use," "Carryin' Fire" and "The Wall." They plan to release the album on September 24th.
Garth Brooks has announced another Stadium Tour stop, this time it's in Kansas City. The August 7th concert is the sixth show he has planned for this year...so far. The tour will begin in Las Vegas and will be Garth's first big show since February of 2020.
This weekend was a big one for Thomas Rhett's oldest daughter, Willa Gray. She caught her very first red snapper during a fishing trip. She got a little help from Luke Bryan, or as he's known to her, Uncle Luke. Thomas shared a picture of the moment on Instagram.
Brett Young is ready to get back to touring. He's just announced The Weekends Tour, kicking off September 11th and running until early December. Maddie & Tae and Filmore will be joining him. Ryan Hurd and Matt Ferranti will appear at select shows. Brett's new album, Weekends Look a Little Different These Days, is being released this Friday.
Keith Urban will resume his Las Vegas residency in September with five newly announced shows at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. The new show dates start mid-September. Keith has just four tour dates booked so far this year. He will be heading to Australia for a tour in December.
Shania Twain hinted a few months back that she was working on new music. Now, she's letting her fans know that she's hoping to put an album out later this year. Shania says that COVID has created timing issues because it's hard to get everyone together. She also doesn't want to release the album until it's as perfect as can be. "I want to give you guys something that you can be really proud of as a Shania fan," she explains. She went on to say that she's hoping the album will be available before Christmas.
It looks like Luke Combs is in the studio working on new music. He shared a couple of clips of him recording in studio on Instagram over the weekend. The caption read, "Here we go..."
B.J. Thomas, the five-time Grammy Award winner and Grammy Hall of Fame inductee, died Saturday from lung cancer at the age of 78. Known for his hits "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head," "I Just Can't Help Believing," "Don't Worry Baby" and "Hooked On A Feeling." He sold over 70 million albums worldwide and was named one of Billboard's Top 50 Most Played Artists Over the Past 50 Years. B.J. also sang the theme song, "As Long As We've Got Each Other," for the sitcom Growing Pains. He is survived by his wife of 53 years Gloria, their three daughters and four grandchildren.