The tour takes Owen and opening acts Chris Janson and Jordan Davis to baseball stadiums across America. 'I really do believe that life's whatcha make it," Owen said in a press statement. "If you wake up feeling positive, there's a pretty good chance that you'll see things throughout the day in a positive light.
"I think concerts are like that: it's what you make it," the singer continued. "People show up to have a good time and the artists on stage feel that too. A lot of my songs over the years have pointed to that idea. The fact that we're playing baseball parks on Friday and Saturday nights throughout the summer, when people are ready to get out, have a good time, and don't have to work the next day, is really cool. And, I'm so pumped to have Chris Janson and Jordan Davis on the bill with me. It's going to be an awesome tour. I'm fired up!" See the dateshere.
On "Space Cowboy," Musgraves sings of a man who tells her he needs his space. "Sunsets fade and love does too / Yeah, we had our day in the sun / When a horse wants to run ain't no sense in closing the gate / So you can have your space, cowboy," she sings on the chorus.
"Butterflies," meanwhile, is a more optimistic and dreamy song that has the singer feeling butterflies for someone new. "Now I remember what it feels like to fly / You give me butterflies," she sings.
Musgraves co-wrote and co-produced the album with Ian Fitchuk and Daniel Tashian and says this time around she did things differently. 'I had a different mindset this time, which was feeling rather than thinking - leading heart first," she says in a press release. Check out Kacey's new tracks and full album tracklisthere.
The performance was a nice warmup for the group's big Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction on April 14, where original Bon Jovi band members Richie Sambora (guitar) and Alec John Such (bass) are expected to reunite with the band.
Watch Bon Jovi tear through "When We Were Us" for the late night television show performancehere.
On Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the show's writers decided to give Drake's video a low-budget revamp. Kimmel's sidekick Guillermo is tasked with the philanthropic mission of giving away $100 to strangers in a 99 Cent store.
Guillermo announces on a megaphone that all purchases in the store (under 99 cents) will be on him -- but each shopper only gets one item, so wise choices must be made.
In one scene, he flips through a roll of $1 dollar bills like a wealthy playa. In another, he makes it rain ($1 bills) on a lady under an umbrella. At the video's close, Guillermo gives an oversized check for $96 and change to the store's cashier. Watch ithere.
The emotional clip was captured at the iconic Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. "Thank you so much for supporting my beautiful daughter here throughout her time," Patricia "Pepe" Sebert announced to the cheering audience after being welcomed to the stage.
Mother and daughter embraced and swayed throughout the rousing performance of the song, one of a handful of tracks that mama Sebert co-wrote on the album. Watch the heartwarming performancehere.
Pentatonix's version of "Havana" arrives in the form of a music video, which finds the vocalists situated in a stately living room setting to put their inimitable spin on Cabello's song.
Watch the brand new music video clip featuring the a cepella group's catchy take on the hit songhere.
'Knowing that everyone is about to hear this song is something I have been waiting on since the day I first heard it," Swindell said in a press release. 'I am honored that my songwriting friends trust me with such an amazing message. I'm excited and confident in the strength of 'Break Up In The End' and it being the first song from my upcoming third album. This is the perfect set up of what's to come."
In the poignant ballad, Swindell sings about the girl who got away and says he'd go through the experience all over again even knowing they break up in the end. Check out Cole's latesthere.
During an episode of Jeopardy! last Thursday evening (February 22), a question was asked about the rapper in the category Recent R&B and Hip-Hop Hits. The clue? 'Hitmaking was in his 'DNA.' He had 'LOYALTY.' He was 'HUMBLE.' & in 'LOVE.' -- 'DAMN.'"
Despite "HUMBLE." being a No. 1 single for Lamar and DAMN. topping the charts as well, no contestant hit the buzzer in time to reveal the correct answer to the question. Watch a portion of the episodehere.
"Favorite Color Is Blue" is an accessible, melodic track guided by an enticing vocal blend between the two artists, who sing in various styles over a straightforward beat, a computerized bass line and some mildly haunting keyboard effects.
K.Flay is currently on tour with Imagine Dragons. Her last record, Every Where is Some Where came out in April 2017. Read morehere.
He explained his reasons during a video interview with Hypebeast TV where he told them, "I got a deaf brother," he said. "I got a brother that can't hear or talk.
He then told fans that because of this they should not expect to hear any new music this year. He said, "So I wanna act deaf for a year so I won't put up any new music this year. 2019, I'ma put out probably Hi Tunes." Read morehere.
Post sings and raps on the song, which glides over a dreamy, ambient trap soundscape. Lyrically, the rapper explores the excesses of fame and his low-key trust issues.
"Yeah, my AP goin' psycho, lil' mama bad like Michael/ Can't really trust nobody with all this jewelry on you," he raps. "My roof look like a no-show, got diamonds by the boatload /Come with the Tony Romo for clowns and all the bozos."
Ty drives the message home on his verse, which references Rodeo Drive, Valentino and Saint-Laurent: "Take you where I'm from, take you to the slums/ This ain't happen overnight/ No, these diamonds real bright."
Listen to Post Malone's lyrically explicit "Psycho" featuring Ty Dolla $ignhere.
The song is the sequel to '44 Bars," which appeared on his 2016 mixtape Bobby Tarantino. The Grammy nominated artist delivers the lyrically explicit track with rapid-fire rhythms, name dropping celebrities including NBA star Kevin Durant, Katy Perry and Harry Styles.
"Sold more albums my first week than Harry Styles and Katy Perry/ If that ain't a sign of the times then I don't know what is," he raps. Check out "44 More"here.
"I was unpacking a lot of stuff," Monroe explained of the process that went into the making of the new album. The singer found herself dealing with traumas from her childhood. "I was singing, and identifying what it's like to be left. No one told me what I should do, back then, when the world started to crumble."
Monroe connected with songwriters including Brendan Benson and Waylon Payne on the album, crafting some of the tunes while pregnant with her first child.
"I felt powerful," she enthused. "I wasn't puffing, I wasn't drinking wine, I was just singing. Country music is a wide genre, and that's OK. I don't even know what genre this record is, but I know it's me."
"Hands on You" arrives with a music video, featuring Monroe luxuriating in a sun-dappled bedroom to the strains of the track, check it outhere.
Mostly because he envisions a future where Memphis is supporting him as a player on his favorite team. "Future Atlanta Brave watching his first baseball game," Aldean captioned a Twitter video of little Memphis taking in a spring training game.
"You gotta start 'em early," Aldean can be heard saying off camera as his boy seems entranced by the pretty colors on the TV screen. See Aldean's tweethere.
In the clip, he appears on a simple, well-lit stage with a guitarist who plays unembellished chords. Troye (in a white shirt and shock of bleached hair) stays faithful to the high-energy studio version of the song while lending the vocal a bit more texture.
Sivan's second studio album is due this year and fans have already heard "The Good Side" in addition to "My My My!"
His debut Blue Neighborhood put the young singer (born in 1995) on the map in 2015.
Watch Troye's video for his minimalist "My My My!" recording here: Read morehere.
"Willz and her friend Gracie wanted to do some charity work," P!nk's husband, Carey Hart, shared on Instagram. "So they bought bulk candy and set up a table in catering at mama P!nk's rehearsal hall.
"They are donating the money to Haiti. Good work ladies, doing your part." See the adorable posthere.
Hubbard's wife, Hayley, has shared a heart-melting video of her man singing Ben E. King's 1961 classic, "Stand by Me," to their baby daughter, Olivia Rose.
A topless Hubbard vamps through the tune while Olivia Rose coos and dances in appreciation. Hayley looks on lovingly, and even the family dog settles in for the intimate performance. Watch the magic happen via Hayley Hubbard's Instagramhere.
''White Flag' is about pushing till there is sweat stinging your eyes, blood under your nails and never giving up, no matter what the circumstances are," Briggs explained in a press statement.
The singer will support the album with a headlining North American tour, which is set to launch April 27 in Vancouver. The month-long tour will wrap June 2 in Chicago. Information on tickets and VIP experiences can be found here.
Check out "White Flag," the Church of Scars tracklist and Briggs' full tour itineraryhere.
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