Here's a heartwarming video just in time for the holiday. Two men find a homeless man stranded in New York after he was robbed of all his belongings. He's from the Czech Republic and doesn't speak English. So they made it their mission to help him out and send him home.
Deana Carter’s first album of new music since 2005 hits stores today for Cyber Monday. Released on Deana’s own Little Nugget Records, Southern Way of Life features songwriting collaborations with Kacey Musgraves, Kimberly Perry and Tyler Hilton. The oldest track written for the album is the lead single, “Do or Die” -- an autobiographical song about Deana’s personal struggles as a single mom.
On Saturday night, WILL FERRELL popped up on KXMB-TV in Bismarck, North Dakota to co-anchor the local news. As Ron Burgundy, of course. It was a great idea, and while it wasn't HI-larious, he did have a few funny lines. It was a totally deadpan performance. (You can check out the entire broadcast here.)
Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, George Strait, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton were among the 112 acts that paid tribute to the late George Jones at Friday’s Playin’ Possum: The Final No Show in Nashville. The nearly four-hour show featured at least 15 all-star collaborations. Kicking off the night, Big & Rich arrived onstage on John Deer riding lawnmowers as homage to the time George drove to the liquor store on his tractor after his wife had taken the keys to his car. Performers from outside the country genre included Sam Moore, Styx’s Tommy Shaw and Megadeth. Inviting Nancy to the stage, Alan closed the show with “He Stopped Loving Her Today.” He said, “This is the greatest country song by the greatest country singer, Mr. George Jones. Thank you all so much. George, we love you.”
Eric Church Sings "Choices"