- 1:06 am Friday, July 21st, 2017 by Jake Stewart
We’re way deep into July and it’s time to start squeezing in those last minute road trips before the kiddies head back to school. We don’t know about you, but nothing makes the miles pass faster for us than a foot-stomping country road trip playlist. If you don’t have one, take a peek at ours. Oh, and be careful not to stomp on that accelerator.
One of our favorite road trippin’ songs is Keith Urban’s “Days Go By.” The whole song cleverly draws comparisons to driving and the passing of time, and the super groovy arrangement really does make us want [More]
- 1:01 am Friday, July 21st, 2017 by Jake Stewart
When George Strait is wearing his cowboy hat and Wrangler jeans with a pressed western shirt, there’s no country fan alive who wouldn’t recognize him on the spot. The thing is, George has been wearing that uniform since his career launched in 1981 with his debut hit, “Unwound.” He rarely appears in public in anything but that signature outfit.
That’s why George is able to fly under the radar in public when he wants to, even though he’s one of the biggest legends to ever grace the country format. We’ve heard reports that George is able to sit at a table in a crowded Las Vegas [More]
- 1:28 am Thursday, July 20th, 2017 by Jake Stewart
- 8:59 am Wednesday, July 19th, 2017 by Staff Writer
by Dawn Campbell
HOUSTON – Dozens of pediatric cancer survivors were presented with more than $220,000 in scholarships Tuesday, thanks to the Snowdrop Foundation.
The organization, started by The New 93Q’s host Kevin Kline and his wife, Trish, back in 2006, raises money for cancer research and scholarships.
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The 11th annual Snowdrop Foundation scholarship luncheon was held at the Downtown Aquarium in downtown Houston.
In the event’s first year, three students received scholarships. This [More]
- 1:15 am Wednesday, July 19th, 2017 by Jake Stewart
Things got a little weird on Dan + Shay’s Twitter feed this week as they released their new single, “Road Trippin’.” Most of the comments from fans were very positive and supportive, but one guy wasn’t on board with the country duo’s approach to releasing their new song, it seems.
A guy named Adam, who says he’s supported Dan + Shay for a long time, tweeted to the guys about their new single, “Too bad there isn’t more hype — disappointing.” Adam says he has been to many of Dan + Shay’s shows, but he doesn’t think the team behind them [More]
- 2:24 am Tuesday, July 18th, 2017 by Jake Stewart
Miranda Lambert just gave her boyfriend, Anderson East, the sweetest birthday surprise!
Anderson turns 30-years-old July 17, but his ladylove got a jump on the celebration and went above and beyond to make his big day extra special ahead of time.
The country music superstar hopped up onstage to serenade her man with “Happy Birthday” near the end of his concert set at the Darien Lake Amphitheater in Buffalo, New York, on July 16, noting that it was “the last show of his 20s.”
One fan, who got close enough to see the superstar’s serenade in action, recorded video of the performance, and posted a clip to Instagram.
- 4:59 pm Monday, July 17th, 2017 by Staff Writer
Tad Brown, Houston Rockets CEO, announces during media conference at Toyota Center Monday, July 17, 2017 in Houston that owner Les Alexander is selling the NBA team.
Jim ‘Mattress Mack’ McIngvale, who says he’s interested in buying the Rockets, on KPRC2
Both Tilman Fertitta and Jim Mattress Mack McIngvale told KPRC2 they are interested in purchasing the team.
- 12:56 am Monday, July 17th, 2017 by Jake Stewart
Jason Aldean may be the Academy of Country Music’s reigning Entertainer of the Year, but that didn’t stop one fan from stealing the spotlight at one of his recent shows.
While performing at the PNC Music Pavilion in Charlotte, North Carolina, on July 13, the 40-year-old hit maker invited four-year-old Baylee Alford up to the stage.
The little girl helped Jason sing his 2010 smash hit, “Dirt Road Anthem.” She proved she was made to be center of attention as she danced along to the song and high-fived as many audience members as she could.
Baylee’s mom, Amber, who cheered her child on from the [More]
- 4:15 pm Saturday, July 15th, 2017 by Jake Stewart
Sam Hunt may not be your idea of a traditional country artist, but there’s no denying his music is connecting with millions of fans. Sam grew up in Georgia and went to college in Alabama, so he’s spent plenty of time in the small towns and on the back roads he sings about in his songs.
Sam calls his music a “2017 version” of country music. He tells “Hits Daily Double,” “I want to write songs about my life and my life experience. Our country culture today is different than it was 20 or 30 years ago. And if country music is about real life, then I’ve got [More]
- 3:56 pm Saturday, July 15th, 2017 by Jake Stewart
One of the guys who gave us some of our favorite ’90s country hits has died. Earl Clark passed away July 7 at his home near Nashville.
He’s best known for writing Tracy Lawrence’s 1993 chart-topping hit, “Can’t Break It to My Heart,” as well as Tracy’s top 10 hit from 1994, “Renegades, Rebels and Rogues.”
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