Category Archives: Photos

Hillary Scott Introduces the First Baby Antebellum

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Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum welcomed Baby Eisele Kay with husband Chris Tyrell on July 22nd. Today, the very first Baby Antebellum was introduced to the world, via Hillary’s Twitter. She sure is cute! Congrats to the happy family!

 

Kellie Pickler’s Exclusive US Weekly Photo Shoot

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Country and denim go hand-in-hand, so it’s no surprise that Kellie Pickler loves her jeans!

In the new US Weekly, the country sweetheart models the latest denim trends in an exclusive photo shoot.

Pickler tells US:

“I’m obsessed with jeans. I mean I grew up country! … I could never be one of those trophy wives who wears evening gowns around the house. I’m a casual kind of gal!”

 

Here are a few beautiful images from the shoot, and make sure you check out the latest issue of the magazine on stands now!

Kellie Pickler August 7, 2013 Credit: Marc Royce THIS IS HI-RES

Kellie Pickler August 7, 2013 Credit: Marc Royce THIS IS HI-RES

Kellie Pickler August 7, 2013 Credit: Marc Royce THIS IS HI-RES

Pickler’s fourth album, The Woman I Am, drops on November 12th!

The Band Perry recover from power loss in concert

The Band Perry.

The Band Perry was well into their spirited set last week at Ohio State University performing their smash “All Your Life” when the generators unexpectedly blew out leaving the band in darkness.  That is until the crowd pulled out their cell phones and created enough light for the show to go on.  The superstar sibling trio followed up with their cover of “I Will Always Love You,” and shortly thereafter light returned.

“We never know what’s going to happen when we step on stage,” said Kimberly Perry.  “One show I’m throwing bits of my shredded dress into the audience, and another we’re playing under the cell phone spotlight,” says Kimberly Perry.
 
“We’ already play a cover of Queen’s ‘Fat Bottom Girls’ in our set and after last night we may need to prepare a cover of Meat Loaf’s ‘Paradise by the Dashboard Light’ except ours would be called ‘Paradise by the Cellphone Light’” said Reid Perry.
 
“The OSU students definitely lit up the house in more ways than one!  They were great and they were with us all the way!” says Neil Perry.
OSU STUDENTS LIGHT THE WAY FOR THE BAND PERRY.

OSU STUDENTS LIGHT THE WAY FOR THE BAND PERRY.

In other news, The Band Perry recently announced their first world headline arena tour, WE ARE PIONEERS WORLD TOUR, that will kick off in Gothenburg, Sweden on November 8, 2013 at Tradgarn and traverse Europe for five weeks before returning to North America. Throughout the WE ARE PIONEERS WORLD TOUR, The Band Perry will debut an entirely new show, including a new set, sound, lights and even a few new tricks.
On the run of European dates various local acts will be in the support slot on the tour, and starting on January 9th Easton Corbin and Lindsay Ell will join The Band Perry on the North American dates for what is sure to be one of the most talked about concerts of the season.  See list of dates below, with more to be added in the coming weeks.  For up-to-the-date information on the tour and how to buy tickets please visit thebandperry.com.

PHOTO: Kip Moore celebrates Hey Pretty Girl

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Platinum selling singer/songwriter Kip Moore celebrated “Hey Pretty Girl,” the third consecutive No. one song off his debut album UP ALL NIGHT, on Thursday at the Flying Saucer in Nashville, TN. Alongside co–writer Dan Couch, Moore gathered with a crowd of friends, family, industry and press members who appropriately sported Moore’s signature red hat for the occasion.

Are you loving Kip’s “Hey Pretty Girl”? What’s your favorite Kip single so far?

Photo L to R: Dan Couch, Kip Moore, Brett James, Mike Dungan Photo Credit: Rick Diamond

Photo L to R: Dan Couch, Kip Moore, Brett James, Mike Dungan
Photo Credit: Rick Diamond

Lady Antebellum visits Kravis Children’s Hospital

Lady Antebellum. photo credit: The Greenroom PR / Williams + Hirakawa

Two members of Lady Antebellum took time off of their busy schedules to visit patients at Kravis Children’s Hospital in New York as part of Musicians On Call (MOC). Dave Haywood and Charles Kelley gave an intimate performance which included their own songs, and some favorite kid-friendly tunes. Their acoustic set was broadcast on Mount Sinai’s KidZone TV, and they answered questions from the children in attendance. The group also made a donation to LadyAID, their charity, and MOC. LadyAID is their foundation, which was founded to raise awareness and generate support for the plight of children locally, nationally, and globally who cannot help themselves.

After their performance, Dave and Charles visited children at their bedsides in the pediatric unit who were unable to attend the performance. Check out the pictures below of their performance and let us know what you think of their new album “Golden” which was released earlier this week.

Lady Antebellum perform at Kravis Children's Hospital

Lady Antebellum perform at Kravis Children’s Hospital

Lady Antebellum perform at Kravis Children's Hospital.

Lady Antebellum perform at Kravis Children’s Hospital.

Photos: Lady Antebellum Perform for iHeartRadio

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On Wednesday, May 8, a small group of Lady Antebellum fans were treated to a special performance by the band in New York City. The show took place at the iHeartRadio Theater presented by P.C. Richard & Son to celebrate the release of Lady A’s new album, Golden. The trio performed tracks from the new album, including “Downtown,” “Goodbye Town” and “Golden” as well as fan faves such as “Need You Now” and “Owned the Night.” They also performed a stellar cover of Bruno Mars’s recent hit, “Locked Out of Heaven.”

Highlights from the show will be posted at iheartradio.com/ladyantebellum.

All photos by Chris Owyoung for iHeartRadio.

 

PHOTOS: Toby Keith drops in on USO troops

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Superstar Toby Keith thanks troops and their families with a three-country, 10-day USO tour April 28-May 7. Keith is visiting the Philippines, Guam and Hawaii to lift the spirits of troops and their loved ones.

Since his first USO tour in 2002, Keith has performed 11 USO tours and traveled to 15 countries plus the USS Enterprise, USS Abraham Lincoln and USS Cape Saint George. In total, the singer-songwriter has lifted the spirits of 225,984 servicemen and women.

During the tour, the singer/songwriter is scheduled to perform seven USO shows exclusively for military families. Check out the pictures below sent from Toby’s team of his visit:

PHOTO: Craig Morgan honored by Tennessee State

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Country music, and sometimes television star, Craig Morgan was the recipient of a pretty special award this holiday weekend. He joined members of the 108th General Assembly of the State of Tennessee on the House Chamber floor at the State Capitol late last week for a reading of House Joint Resolution No. 540.  The Resolution honors Craig as a distinguished citizen of the state of Tennessee for his notable military service, charity initiatives, and the impact he has made through his many musical contributions.

Check out the picture below of Craig’s special moment.. and new beard!

L to R: Rep. David Shepard, Craig Morgan, Rep. Mary Littleton, Morgan's wife Karen, Speaker of the House Beth Harwell Photo Credit: Jed Dekalb/Chief State Photographer, TN

L to R: Rep. David Shepard, Craig Morgan, Rep. Mary Littleton, Morgan’s wife Karen, Speaker of the House Beth Harwell
Photo Credit: Jed Dekalb/Chief State Photographer, TN

Miranda Lambert Meets Honey Boo Boo

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After hilariously dressing up as Honey Boo Boo for Halloween, Miranda Lambert met the TLC reality TV star (real name Alana Thompson) backstage at her Thursday night concert in Macon, Georgia.

Lambert tweeted the photo with one of Alana’s famous phrases, “You better REDNECKONIZE!” We have to wonder what name the Thompson clan gave Miranda…Pistol Boo Boo, perhaps?

PHOTO: Will Hoge vists Academy of Country Music

Will Hoge. photo credit: Greenroom PR / Peyton Hoge

The Academy of Country Music welcomed singer-songwriter and first time ACM nominee Will Hoge to the office while he was in Los Angeles last week. While at the Academy he performed “Even If It Breaks Your Heart,” a song which earned Hoge his first ACM nomination as composer in the Song of the Year category. The most recent chart topping Eli Young Band single will compete in both Song of the Year and Single of the Year categories at the 48th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards on April 7, 2013.

Check out the picture of Will’s visit below:

Jordan Powell, Relationship Music; Tiffany Moon, ACM EVP/Managing Director; Will Hoge; Bob Romeo, ACM CEO

Jordan Powell, Relationship Music; Tiffany Moon, ACM EVP/Managing Director; Will Hoge; Bob Romeo, ACM CEO