The singer has refuted police reports and spoke out on social media. "The truth will come out," he tweeted. In a public Twitter rant, Carter advised followers to "Walk away from gossip and verbal defamation. Speak only the good you know of other people and encourage others to do the same."
Additionally, he released a statement about his arrest, promising to make up the shows he missed. After Carter's arrest, his older brother Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys tweeted words of encouragement. "To my brother: I love u no matter what & if u feel the need to reach for help, I am here and willing to help you get better. Family isn't always easy, [but] we're all here for you."
Aaron didn't appreciate Nick's public plea for help: "If my own blood (Nick) truly cared about my well-being, why wouldn't he call me directly and have a conversation instead of making this about him through a very public forum? That's not cool at all to use me for his PR and kick me while I am down." It didn't stop there. Read morehere.
The nine-date stadium trek will be kicking off on July 29th in Arlington, TX at AT&T Stadium and will conclude with a two night stand at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Canada on August 5th and 6th.
Vic Mensa has signed on to open all of the dates with Migos acting at direct support in Arlington, East Rutherford, Foxborough and the final show in Toronto. Kehlani will take over direct support for the stops in Pasadena and Denver, and Martin Garrix will play in the slot during the Minneapolis and first Toronto show. See the dateshere.
No, there was no "Galway Girl" or "Shape of You." Sheeran, who played a traveling soldier that had been stationed in King's Landing," sang, "For hands of gold are always cold/ but a woman's hands are warm."
"That's a pretty song. I've never heard it before," remarked Arya Stark (Sheeran fan Maisie Williams). "It's a new one," he replied. " Fans who are up on all things Game of Thrones might have known Sheeran would burst into song. Before the program aired, composer Ramin Djawadi teased the segment. "It's pretty cool," he told Billboard. "He sings a piece that I wrote with lyrics that came from the book." Watch a clip of Sheeran's performancehere.
The tour will be kicking off on October 17th in Washington, DC at The Anthem and will wrap up on December 23rd with the final of ten shows at Brooklyn Steel in Brooklyn, NY.
The new dates include an additional night in Washington, D.C. and Detroit, as well as new stop in Nashville (Municipal Auditorium) and two shows in Chicago (Aragon Ballroom)
They will be hitting the road this fall to promote the release of their forthcoming studio album, "American Dream," which is scheduled to hit stores on September 1st. See the dateshere.
"I decided to title this album Everybody because that's exactly who inspired it," said Janson. '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 fueled by the success of its lead single "Fix A Drink."
Janson is out on the road this summer with Sam Hunt on his "15 in a 30" tour as well as his own headlining dates. Dates are on sale now with several venues already sold out. See the dateshere.
With summer in full swing there is denying that it is hot. Mark Chesnutt is feeling the heat with new music and, listen to this, new hot sauce. His newest single "Hot" is from his latest album, Tradition Lives. Mark Chesnutt Hot Sauce is available for a limited time. For more information visit markchesnutt.com.
Christmas in July? That's right. Dolly Parton is celebrating with the gift of an Emmy nomination for outstanding television movie for 'Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love.' Tune in when The 69th Emmy Awards telecast live on Sunday, September 17.
Kenny Rogers is scheduled to have a special press conference in Nashville on Tuesday, July 18. "The Pickup" will be on hand, so stay tuned for the next episode for an inside look.
"The Pickup" has some special news to share. It can now be seen on the websites of over 200 radio stations and television broadcasters around the world including WSM, RFD-TV and CM&T UK. Thank you everyone for making this possible!
The newest edition of The Pickup and Coming features a special look at up-and-coming artist Brooke Woods' single "God Bless the World." Woods stopped by "The Pickup" headquarters and talked about how she got her start in music.
As promised last time, "The Pickup" sat down with Charley Pride to discuss his career and his dedication to the music. "The Pickup" recently got a chance to catch up with Parmalee at their Nashville Fan Club Party where they discussed their latest album 27861 which is available on July 21. Also featured is a look at the lead single from the album, "Sunday Morning."
The new duet album from Rhonda Vincent and Daryle Singletary, American Grandstand, gives fans classic country duets and never-before-heard original music. Both Vincent and Singletary stopped by "The Pickup" headquarters where they tell the story about how the project came to be - a random encounter between the two. American Grandstand is available now. Watch the latest episode of "The Pickup"here.
We were sent these additional details: One half of Dwight & Nicole, is Nicole Nelson was a finalist on "The Voice" (season 3), and tore up the iTunes charts with her rendition of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah."
Later this summer, Dwight & Nicole will release "Wait" in 45 rpm vinyl format, with the follow-up single, "Hi Low" as the B-side. Dwight & Nicole just finished recording their new album, Electric Lights, with multi-Grammy Award-nominated producer Joel Hamilton (Aaron Neville, The Meters, The Black Keys) at Studio G in Brooklyn, NY. With the shimmering soul-rock anthem "Wait" out on iTunes now, the full album will be released in the fall. While you wait for the video, you can stream the songhere.
Side 1 tracks: Here With You, All Or Nothing (Deluxe Mix), What Is Love 2016 (Deluxe Mix), Beautiful Life (Deluxe Mix), She Is The Limit (Deluxe Mix), Reality (Deluxe Mix), Dance With Me (Deluxe Mix), In Too Deep (Deluxe Mix), Dying Bird (Deluxe Mix), Funky's Brussels (Deluxe Mix), Send Her My Love (Deluxe Mix), Lift Me Up (Deluxe Mix), Are You With Me (Deluxe Mix), St. Peter (Deluxe Mix), Selfish Love (Deluxe Mix), Footsteps In The Night (Deluxe Mix), What Goes Around Comes Around (Deluxe Mix).
Side 2 tracks: Here With You, All Or Nothing (Extended Mix), What Is Love 2016 (Extended Mix), Beautiful Life (Extended Mix), She Is The Limit (Extended Mix), Reality (Extended Mix), Dance With Me (Extended Mix), In Too Deep (Extended Mix), Dying Bird (Extended Mix), Funky's Brussels (Extended Mix), Send Her My Love (Extended Mix), Lift Me Up (Extended Mix), Are You With Me (Extended Mix), St. Peter (Extended Mix), Selfish Love (Extended Mix), Footsteps In The Night (Extended Mix),
What Goes Around Comes Around (Extended Mix).
Dylan shared his excitement with the following comments, "Growing up in Louisiana, I listened to Country radio and dreamed of someday hearing myself on the Top 40 Countdown.
"Not only was I fortunate enough to achieve that dream, but to reach #1 with a song that I wrote about my wife is beyond my wildest expectations. I am thankful to Curb Records, Country radio, and my fans for their tremendous support."
Leto plays Neander Wallace, and he doesn't seem to be a good guy. "Every leap of civilization was built off the back of slaves," he growls. "Replicants are the future, but I could only make so many."
Later in trailer Leto utters "you do not know what pain is yet, you will learn." Blade Runner 2049 stars Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford and will hit theaters on October 6. Watch the trailerhere.
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