Luke Bryan’s “Crash My Party” Is Now His Biggest-Selling Album Ever

Image Courtesy Capitol NashvilleLuke Bryan's latest studio album, Crash My Party, is now his biggest-selling release ever. According to Billboard and Nielsen Music, Luke's fourth project has now sold 2.432 million copies, beating his previous bestseller, Tailgates & Tanlines, which has sold 2.429 million copies so far.

Crash My Party produced six hit singles, including Luke's latest #1 hit, "I See You."

Luke is working on the follow-up to Crash My Party in-between tour dates. He plays a two-night stand in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada this Wednesday and Thursday.

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Tyler Farr Wants to Leave a Lasting Impression in Country Music

Image Courtesy Sony Music NashvilleTyler Farr is riding high on the country chart again with his latest single, "A Guy Walks into a Bar," a sad ballad that fits in with Tyler's overall goal of building a lasting legacy in the country format. Even though he speaks in a gravelly mumble he compares to Billy Bob Thornton's character in Sling Blade, Tyler possesses one of country's most expressive singing voices. He hopes his voice becomes his calling card in the years ahead.

"I want to be known as a stylist," Tyler tells Rolling Stone. "I want to become a known voice in country music. That's what I moved here for. I didn't move here to [Nashville to] be mediocre."

Tyler's sophomore album, Suffer in Peace, is now on sale. He's on the road with Jason Aldean for the rest of the year.

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Eric Church Adds Second Solo Acoustic Show July 31 at Nashville’s New Ascend Amphitheater

Image Courtesy Mike Coppola/Getty/EB Media PREric Church has added a second solo acoustic show at Nashville's new Ascend Amphitheater after the first concert on July 30 sold out. The new July 31 date goes on sale Thursday, May 7 through Ticketmaster.

Of the second show, Eric says, "I wouldn’t be where I am today if I didn’t listen to my fans, and this time they spoke up loud and clear. I am keeping with the tradition of The Outsiders Tour in that no show will be the same, but I am adding a second night to ensure we can get all our friends in for this performance.”

Eric's concerts will officially open Nashville's Ascend Amphitheater, located on the bank of the Cumberland River.

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Randy Houser Engaged to Australian Girlfriend, Tatiana Starzynski

Image Courtesy Stoney Creek RecordsCongratulations to Randy Houser on his engagement to his Australian girlfriend, Tatiana Starzynski. According to People, the 39-year-old singer has kept his relationship with the 21-year-old Starzynski off the radar to let Randy's three-year-old son, West, and the rest of his family get to know her.

Randy's fiancée is the sister-in-law of hit songwriter Dallas Davidson. Randy announced his split from former wife Jessa Lee Yantz nearly a year ago after three years of marriage.

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7 Rules for Dating Tim McGraw’s Daughters


7 Rules for Dating Tim McGraw’s Daughters Tim McGraw has seven dating rules for his daughters. 1. “They have to come to the house.” 2. “They have to meet me.” 3. “They have to pick them up.” 4. “They have to come inside.” 5. “They have to talk to me.” 6. “They have to talk to […]

Zac Brown Loses Voice; Band Forced to Postpone Saturday Show

Danny Clinch/Southern Ground/Varvatos/BMLGOne day after Zac Brown Band launched a new tour with a star-studded concert in Nashville, the group was forced to cancel a Saturday show at the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana, because Zac lost his voice.

A message posted Saturday on the band’s official website reads, “Zac has lost his voice and we won't be able to perform tonight. Consequently, we need to postpone our date at the Ford Center and apologize to all our fans. We will be rescheduling for later this year, and we appreciate all the support and love. We will announce the new date as soon as possible.  All tickets will be honored or refunds may be requested from point of purchase.”

Zac Brown Band’s Friday night show at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena in support of their brand-new album, Jekyll + Hyde, featured guest appearances from JewelBela Fleck and Kid Rock, as well as covers of The Beatles' classic "Let It Be" and Queen’s "Bohemian Rhapsody."

The band’s next show is May 7 at the Walnut Creek Amphitheatre in Raleigh, North Carolina.

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