TTR News Center

Brett Eldredge is feeling the "Love" from his latest #1

No Comments

Warner NashvilleBrett Eldredge returns to the top of the country chart this week with “Love Someone,” his first number one since “Wanna Be That Song” peaked in December of 2016.

He marked the occasion on Sunday as he played Tailgate N’ Tallboys in Peoria, in his home state of Illinois.

“I got to celebrate having the number one song in country music on Father’s Day with my dad on stage!” Brett shared on his socials. “Dad, thank you for showing me that I am capable of alllll of this.”

The post also includes a video that shows Brett sitting on the edge of the stage with his dad, who held the mic as Brett played guitar and the crowd sang “Love Someone” at maximum volume.

“I love you…” Brett continues, “and all of my fans and country radio, you are so pure and so damn good to me…you all just go on to prove the words we wrote, ‘it sure feels good to love someone’…and I love you.”

“Love Someone” is the third single from Brett’s self-titled 2017 album, and the follow-up to his platinum-selling #2 hit, “The Long Way.”  

Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Chase Rice will be working AM/PM on his 2019 tour

No Comments

ABC/Image Group LAChase Rice’s 2019 dates will be known as the AM/PM Tour, after a line in his new single, “Lonely If You Are.”

Devin DawsonCale DoddsChris DeStefano, and Jon Nite will join him at different times on the trek, which wraps up in mid-December in Philadelphia.

“Lonely If You Are” is the follow-up to Chase’s two-week number one, “Eyes on You,” and the first taste of new music from his next album.

In January, Chase heads to Europe to kick off his 2020 tour, called The Pint of Anything.

Here’s a look at Chase’s 2019 dates on the AM/PM Tour: 

8/1 — East Providence, RI, Bold Point Park
8/2 — Baldwinsville, NY, The Papermill
8/4 — Indianapolis, IN, Indiana State Fairgrounds
8/8 — Ore Medonte, ON, Boots & Hearts Festival
8/14 — Los Angeles, CA, The Wiltern
8/16 — Del Mar, CA, Del Mar Race Track
8/17 — Fresno, CA, Boots in the Park
8/20 — Rapid City, SD, Central States Fairground
8/24 — Queensland, AU, Gympie Music Muster
8/30 — Charlotte, NC, Romare Bearden Park
8/31 — Colville, WA, Farm Jam Festival
9/1 — Enumclaw, WA, Enumclaw Expo Center
9/7 — Paducah, KY, Touchdown and Tunes Tailgate Party
9/26 — Fort Wayne, IN, The Clyde Theatre
9/27 — Nashville, TN, Marathon Music Works
9/28 — Chicago, IL, The Vic Theatre
10/10 — Pittsburgh, PA, Stage AE
10/11 — New York, NY, Playstation Theater
10/12 — Boston, MA, House of Blues
10/17 — Greensboro, NC, White Oak Event Space
10/19 — Wilmington, NC, Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre
10/25 — Las Vegas, NV, Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa
10/26 — Anaheim, CA, House of Blues
11/16 — Orlando, FL, House of Blues
11/21 — Madison, WI, The Sylvee
11/22 — Cleveland, OH, The Masonic Temple
11/23 — Grand Rapids, MI, 20 Monroe Live
12/5 — Springfield, MO, Gillioz Theater
12/6 — Lincoln, NE, The Bourbon Theatre
12/7 — Lawrence, KS, The Granada Theater
12/12 — Silver Spring, MD, The Fillmore
12/13, 14 — Philadelphia, PA, The Fillmore

Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Morgan Evans brings his World Tour back home to the U.S., after selling out Down Under

No Comments

ABC/Image Group LA After selling out multiple dates in his native Australia, Morgan Evans is extending his World Tour into the U.S. and Canada later this year.

All in all, Morgan will do 26 shows in eight countries on the tour, which kicks off September 3 in Dublin, Ireland. Pre-sales for the new dates start on Wednesday, before tickets become available to the general public on Friday.

This summer, Morgan is out with Rascal Flatts on their Summer Playlist Tour.  His latest single, “Day Drunk,” just broke into the top 25.

Here are the new additions to Morgan Evans’ World Tour:

11/6 — Vancouver, BC, Venue
11/7 — Kelowna, BC, OK Corral Cabaret
11/8 — Calgary, AB, Cowboys Dance Hall 
11/9 — Edmonton, AB, Cook County Saloon
11/21 — Los Angeles, CA, Troubadour
11/22 — Las Vegas, NV, Stoney’s Rockin’ Country
12/5 — Asbury Park, NJ, The Stone Pony
12/6 — Boston, MA, Brighton Music Hall
12/7 — New York, NY, Bowery Ballroom
12/12 — Minneapolis, MN, The Varsity Theatre
12/13 — Chicago, IL, Joe’s on Weed Street
12/14 — Columbus, OH, The Bluestone

Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Shania Twain says Let's Go! for an all-new Las Vegas residency

No Comments

Denise Truscello

Shania Twain will return to Las Vegas for an all-new residency, set to kick off in December at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood.

Back in March, Shania hinted she was plotting a return, as she checked out Gwen Stefani’s Sin City show and presented Lionel Richie with an honor at a charity event in Vegas.

The Canadian superstar’s Still the One residency started at 2012 at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace and ran for two years. This past December, she wrapped up her NOW Tour in support of her latest album of the same name.  

The new show will be called Let’s Go!, a nod to her 1999 smash, “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!”

Pre-sales start on Tuesday, before tickets become available to the general public on Friday.

Here’s the complete itinerary for Shania Twain’s Let’s Go! Residency at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas through 2020:

December 6, 7, 11, 13, 14, 18
March 13, 14, 18, 20, 21, 25, 27, 28
May 20, 22, 23, 27, 29, 30
June 3, 5, 6

Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Carrie Underwood feels like "a duck" taking her two boys on tour

No Comments

ABC/Mark Levine

If Carrie Underwood‘s making it look easy taking two children under the age of five on the road, she quickly confesses it’s all an illusion.

“Oh, lawdee!” she laughs. “I must be a duck, like, calm on the surface and paddling like crazy underneath.”

Part of the difficulty is that Jacob — who was born in January — is hitting the road so much earlier than Isaiah, who’s four now.

“It’s definitely a different ballgame because he’s so much younger than Isaiah was when I took him on the road,” Carrie explains. “There’s a huge difference between four months and eleven months. You know, I wasn’t up feeding Isaiah in the middle of the night.”

“And it’s like he knows when I have a really early morning or a ton of stuff to do the next day,” Carrie continues. “Because that’s the night that he’s gonna be up four or five times, like last night.”

The “Love Wins” hitmaker is thankful both to be able to bring her boys along, and to have plenty of help.

“It’s great that I have the kind of job where I can bring my kids with me,” Carrie points out. “They’re around and when I have to step away and go, ‘Mommy has to go work,’ you know there’s a great support unit around me that, they got it. And then when I’m done, I come back.”

No matter what she has going on, Isaiah and Jacob are Carrie’s priority.

“We do our best to make things as normal as possible, and try to stick to some sort of a schedule,” she says. “This our life and I’m lucky that they get to be around.”

This week, the Cry Pretty Tour continues with stops in St. Louis; Milwaukee; Minneapolis; and Lincoln, Nebraska.

Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

%d bloggers like this: