Boot Kickin' Mayhem

Kelsea Ballerini Steals Avery Roberson From Team Blake Shelton On Behalf Of Team Kelly Clarkson On ‘The Voice’

Team Blake’s Avery Roberson and Ethan Lively faced off during Monday’s (March 29) Battle Rounds on NBC’s The Voice. The contestants took the stage to sing James Otto’s “Just Got Started Lovin’ You” and earned praise from each of the coaches. “You both make me feel like I’ve got the highest voice in the world,” Jonas …

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Drake McCain Gets Luke Bryan Dancing With Cover Of “Country Girl (Shake It For Me)” On ‘American Idol’

It all came down to Drake McCain and Cecil Ray on Monday’s episode of American Idol, with the two contestants vying for the final spot in the Top 24 during the Showstopper/ Final Judgement Round. McCain took a risk and chose to sing Luke Bryan’s 2011 hit “Country Girl (Shake It For Me)” …

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Blake Shelton: Connor Christian & Aaron Konzelman’s Battle On ‘The Voice’ Is “One For The History Books”

Team Blake’s Aaron Konzelman and Connor Christian faced off during Monday’s (March 29) Battle Rounds on NBC’s The Voice. Prior to their performance, the contestants received feedback and advice from GRAMMY-winning country superstar duo Dan + Shay, who is appearing as the Battle Round Advisors for Team Blake this season. Konzelman …

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Luke Combs Shares Unreleased Song Called “We Still Drink Beer,” Inspired By A Fan’s Photo On Twitter

Luke Combs shared yet another unreleased new song called “We Still Drink Beer,” inspired by a fan’s photo on twitter. On Monday (Mar. 29), the country superstar shared a clip of him singing the new unreleased track alongside his dog JoJo and two songwriters. “We’re writing songs for album three,” …

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Blake Shelton Announces Details And Reveals Track List For New Album ‘Body Language’

Blake Shelton; Photo Courtesy of NBC

It’s been three and a half years since Blake Shelton released a full-length studio album, but this spring he will add to his massive legacy with Body Language. Over the course of his career Shelton has released 11 acclaimed albums, the last four of which have debuted at No. 1 on the country …

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Caleb Kennedy Didn’t Impress The ‘American Idol’ Judges But He Did Make The Top 24

After auditioning with an original song, 16-year-old Caleb Kennedy followed his gut and took the stage with another original tune during American Idol’s Showstopper round on Sunday evening (March 28). The South Carolina native explained that he originally planned to cover a Travis Tritt song, but decided to go with one he wrote called “When …

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Chayce Beckham Earns Spot In Top 24 On ‘American Idol’ With Cover Of Chris Stapleton’s “You Should Probably Leave”

Chayce Beckham; Photo Courtesy of ABC

Chayce Beckham showcased his unique vocals with a gritty cover of Chris Stapleton’s “You Should Probably Leave” during American Idol‘s Showstopper round on Sunday evening (March 28). Judges Katy Perry and Luke Bryan were on hand to deliver feedback, while Lionel Richie watched his performance from home. “There’s been something about you, it’s gritty, …

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Luke Bryan Surprises ‘American Idol’ Contestant Alex Miller With Invite To Perform At Grand Ole Opry

Luke Bryan and Alex Miller; Photo Courtesy of ABC

Alex Miller’s American Idol journey may have come to an end on Sunday evening, but it appears this isn’t the end of the road for the 17-year-old country singer from Kentucky. Miller took the stage during Idol‘s Showstopper round for a chance to secure a spot in the Top 24. Following his performance …

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Here’s A First Look At Jake Hoot And Kelly Clarkson’s Live Debut Of “I Would’ve Loved You” On ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’

Jake Hoot And Kelly Clarkson; Photo Courtesy of NBC

Jake Hoot and Kelly Clarkson are set to give the live debut performance of their heart-wrenching duet “I Would’ve Loved You” on The Kelly Clarkson Show. The Season 17 winner of The Voice and his coach Clarkson recently teamed up for the first-ever televised full band performance of their duet, which will …

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