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Top Country Tweets of the Week November 16th-22nd

dierks tweet

  1. @DierksBentley thanks y’all for bday wishes. been hanging with @LukeBryanOnline and some friends out in the woods. been a good day.
  1. @bretteldredge Writing a deep song about a girl on an airplane and this lady keeps leaning over and askingme about the lyrics

kacey musgraves tweet

  1. @KaceyMusgraves It’s really happenin’, y’all! I feel like a Spice Girl. Tonight! ROYAL ALBERT HALL. SOLD OUT!

austin webb tweet

  1. @austinlwebb Eric church + Tim McGraw = David Arquette #countrymath

brad paisley tweet

  1. @BradPaisley VERY Random selfie at #savethechildren event. @drsanjaygupta @oliviawilde, and photobomb by Jennifer Garner.
  1. @blakeshelton And your Oklahoma weather for today… Cloudy and cooler with north winds from 10 to HOLYSHIT! mph…
  1. @martinamcbride Family night on the bus!
  1. @charleskelleyla can I please eat my turkey and stuffing before we start talking Christmas gifts already please corporate machine.

carrie underwood tweet

  1. @carrieunderwood Getting ready for the #AMAs selfie time! Who’s ready? It’s going to be fun!!! Let’s do this!

Charlie Daniels tweet

  1. @CharlieDaniels Cabinet meeting

Chris Cagel Announces His Retirement from Country Music

photo courtesy Kaleidoscope Media

photo courtesy Kaleidoscope Media

Chris Cagel has announced his retirement from country music and it’s for a good reason.

In a Facebook post yesterday, Chris thanked everyone for a great 15 years but says he is hanging his hat up to spend more time with his family.

I would like to thank everyone for 15 yrs of a great time! From B&D to Flatts and fans!! I’m gonna miss my band and everyone!!
All this means.. I’m going home! I’m going to be a Father and a GREAT Husband and enjoy my life! I thank you ALL for everything !  I’ve had a great run and would just like to go home with my dignity!

The 46-year-old released his debut album, ‘Play It Loud,’ in 2000, and “I Breathe In, I Breathe Out” became his biggest hit in 2002, when it reached the top of the charts. Other hits include “What a Beautiful Day”, “Chicks Dig It”, “Got My Country On” and “Let There Be Cowgirls.”

Chris’ last record deal was in 2010 when he signed with Bigger Picture Music Group but, has been without a home since they shut their doors in 2013.

NOW That’s What I Call Country Christmas to Hit Stores in October!


The world’s best-selling, multi-artist album series NOW That’s What I Call Music! will celebrate the spirit of the season with Now That’s What I Call Country Christmas, the latest installment in the popular series. Available on October 23rd, country music fans can hear Christmas recordings from contemporary stars like Luke Bryan, Carrie Underwood and Hunter Hayes as well as legendary artists like Reba, George Strait, Willie Nelson and more.

Now That’s What I Call Country Christmas will feature two discs including 30 total tracks from today’s country music superstars and renowned artists:

Disc One:

1. Luke Bryan Run Run Rudolph
2. Hunter Hayes Merry Christmas Baby
3. Carrie Underwood What Child Is This
4. Toby Keith Santa, I’m Right Here
5. Kenny Chesney All I Want For Christmas Is A Real Good Tan
6. Brad Paisley Santa Looked A Lot Like Daddy
7. Darius Rucker What God Wants For Christmas
8. Lady Antebellum Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home)
9. Sugarland O Come, O Come, Emmanuel
10. Little Big Town Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
11. Jake Owen Mele Kalikimaka
12. Tyler Farr Blue Christmas
13. Jerrod Niemann Holly Jolly Christmas
14. Chris Young O Holy Night
15. Sara Evans Silent Night

Disc Two:

1. George Strait Christmas Cookies
2. Kenny Rogers Winter Wonderland
3. Alan Jackson Let It Be Christmas
4. Reba McEntire Away In A Manger
5. Randy Travis Meet Me Under The Mistletoe
6. Gary Allan Please Come Home For Christmas
7. Brooks & Dunn Santa’s Coming Over To Your House
8. Johnny Cash The Christmas Guest
9. Alabama Little Drummer Boy
10. Montgomery Gentry Merry Christmas From The Family
11. Willie Nelson Pretty Paper
12. Trisha Yearwood It Wasn’t His Child
13. LeAnn Rimes Put A Little Holiday In Your Heart
14. SheDaisy Deck The Halls
15. Rascal Flatts I’ll Be Home For Christmas

The project is a joint venture from Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment. This release is part of the multi-platinum NOW That’s What I Call Music! compilation series, the world’s best-selling multi-artist albums with sales topping 250 million worldwide and 96 million in the U.S. The eight previous NOW That’s What I Call Country releases have debuted in the Top 3 of the Billboard Country albums chart. Now That’s What I Call Country Christmas is distributed by Universal Music Group. NOW and NOW That’s What I Call Music! are registered trademarks of Universal Music Group and its affiliates.

Tim McGraw Set to Release Some More ‘Damn Country Music’

tim mcgraw damn country music

Tim McGraw will release his highly-anticipated 14th studio album Damn Country Music on November 6th on Big Machine Records. The record was produced by McGraw and trusted collaborator Byron Gallimore.

To McGraw, the album’s title track is reflective of the entire record’s tone and his musical journey thus far. “When I recorded ‘Damn Country Music,’ it was one of those electric moments. It speaks to a passion and being at a crossroads in your life when you make that decision to pursue it knowing you might pay a heavy price,” says McGraw.

Damn Country Music’s lead single, “Top Of The World,” has just been serviced to Australian country radio. In the US the track has been rocketing up the country radio charts since its amazing debut in August. The song’s widely-viewed lyric video features an intimate look into McGraw’s life as he surveys various personal photos and memories.

The release of Damn Country Music will cap off an exceptional year for McGraw, which began with a critically-acclaimed & trending performance of “I’m Not Gonna Miss You” from Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me at the 87th Academy Awards on February 22. In April, McGraw was included on TIME 100 – Time Magazine’s list of the 100 most influential people – and narrated the ESPN Films & SEC Network documentary Shaq & Dale, which detailed the enduring relationship between basketball icon Shaquille O’Neal and his former Louisiana State University coach Dale Brown.

Continuing to bolster his film career, McGraw starred in Disney’s Tomorrowland in May before kicking off his wildly successful Shotgun Rider tour in June. The tour thrilled thousands of fans and awarded mortgage-free homes to veterans through McGraw’s partnership with Operation Homefront & Chase in more than 30 cities throughout the summer.

Damn Country Music Standard Tracklisting:
Here Tonight (ft. Gracie McGraw)
Losin’ You
How I’ll Always Be
Damn Country Music
Love Runs
What You’re Lookin’ For
Top Of The World
Don’t Make Me Feel At Home
Want You Back
California (with Big & Rich)
Humble and Kind

Damn Country Music is available to pre-order now from Sanity

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