Dustin Lynch brought his high energy live show to Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill in Foxborough, MA on Sunday night. The “Cowboys & Angels” singer worked his way through a twenty song set complete with covers, hits, and deep cuts off his most recent release Where It’s At. Dressed in a Bruins shirt and his signature cowboy hat Lynch gave the sold out crowd of over a thousand one hell of a night.
Shoutout to Craig Campbell who held his third annual Celebrity Cornhole Challenge event this past Sunday in Nashville. The “Outta My Head” singer became a national spokesperson for Fight Colorectal Cancer this past year and teamed up with the organization to make this year’s event bigger and better. Fans, families of those affected by the disease, and celebrities were all invited out to participate in friendly games of cornhole while raising awareness. Singers such as Jerrod Niemann, Charlie Worsham, Lindsay Ell, LoCash, and the members of Blackjack Billy were all on hand to support this cause. At the end of the day, it was a team lead by Brad Cummings, of Blackjack Billy, who won the event.
Kenny Chesney kicked off his Big Revival Tour at a sold out Bridgestone Arena in Nashville last night. The only man to chart on Billboard’s Top 25 Touring Acts for the ten years in a row took to the stage shortly after nine and proceeded to play for over three hours. For Chesney, he didn’t want to waste much time talking rather he prefered to play the hits. And did he ever, the thirty two song set included tracks from as far back as the early 2000’s to deep cuts off his most recent album and tour namesake.
We knew going into last night’s Anything Goes Tour stop in Manchester, NH that it was going to be a hell of a night. After snowy weather in Nashville postponed the show from last Wednesday to last night, it was clear just from the walk into the arena how excited the fans were to watch their favorite artists perform. A lineup that featured three of the hottest young stars in country music and the singers of the two most recent number one radio singles offered a night fun of singing, dancing, and screaming.
The 2014 CMA Awards are in the books and it was definitely an interesting night. Miranda Lambert was the biggest winner of the night, taking home four awards. Luke Bryan took home the award for Entertainer of the Year, his first CMA Awards win and Vince Gill became the second artist to win the Irving Waugh Award of Excellence for his lifetime of work in the genre of county music. Here are our four biggest takeaways from the evening: