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Carly Pearce details how “Next Girl” evolved from a “sad little letter” to an “anthem for women”

ABCCarly Pearce’s current single, “Next Girl,” is filled with musical nods to ‘90s country and a twangy, upbeat message of empowerment for any woman staring down a relationship full of cheesy pickup lines and broken promises.

But Carly says that the idea for the song actually started from a much sadder place: Her feelings of heartbreak and loss during her own “failed relationships.”

“I had this title, but I, in true Carly Pearce fashion, heard it more as a sad little letter to the next girl,” she recounts in a new installment of CMT’s “Hit Story” series.

But the song started taking on a peppier element after the singer brought it to Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne, who co-wrote the song with Carly and are also producing her new batch of music.

“They totally heard it as just, something like an anthem for women,” she continues. “And it almost wrote itself. We were just spewing things out, all together, and it was just a really, really fun song to write.

Since dropping “Next Girl,” Carly’s hinted at a handful of other unreleased new songs that she’s been working on during the pandemic. Many of them stick to the the themes of heartbreak and love gone wrong, and Carly -- who divorced her husband, Michael Ray, last summer -- says that’s the subject matter that she finds most creatively fruitful right now.

“I feel like I’m onto something with these, writing songs about relationships that don’t work,” she adds.

.@carlypearce’s latest girl-anthem was a song that basically wrote itself. #HitStory 💁‍ pic.twitter.com/mwRrUWByYy

— CMT (@CMT) January 22, 2021


By Carena Liptak
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Garth Brooks thanks Lady Gaga for loaning him her glam squad on Inauguration Day

ABC/Image Group LABlame it all on his roots, he showed up in boots...and apparently needed a little extra help getting camera-ready before his Inauguration Day performance!

Garth Brooks was among the stars who turned out to celebrate President Biden’s inauguration on Wednesday, and the country superstar opted for an a cappella performance of “Amazing Grace.” Garth wore a dark shirt and jacket along with jeans and cowboy boots for the occasion, donning his signature cowboy hat as he walked up to podium but removing it before he began singing.

Afterwards, however, a tweet from the “Dive Bar” star revealed that he had a little last-minute help from his fellow performer, pop star Lady Gaga.

“You were fabulous today and every day. A national treasure,” Garth told Gaga over social media. “Please tell Frederick and Miss Sarah thank you for me! They saved a cowboy today.”

The people he named in his tweet are Gaga’s longtime makeup artist, Sarah Tanno, and hairstylist Frederic Aspiras. The specifics of how they “saved a cowboy” aren’t clear from Garth’s Tweet, but it seems they must have helped him primp before the big event -- and the time they spent together clearly made an impression on the country star.

“Oh, and tell Miss Sarah to hug her momma for me! love, g,” Garth added.

Garth was the only country artist to perform at the inauguration ceremony itself, though Tyler Hubbard and Tim McGraw offered up their new duet, “Undivided,” at that evening’s Celebrating America TV special.

. @ladygaga
You were fabulous today and everyday
A national treasure
Please tell Frederick and Miss Sarah thank you for me!
They saved a cowboy today
Oh, and tell Miss Sarah to hug her momma for me! love, g

— Garth Brooks (@garthbrooks) January 21, 2021

By Carena Liptak
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Shania Twain recounts memories of the best shows she watched during her Las Vegas residency

Kevin Winter/Getty ImagesIn the latest episode of her Home Now Radio show on Apple Music, Shania Twain takes a walk down memory lane of her Las Vegas residencies, sharing some of the most memorable highlights and stunning shows she saw by other resident artists.

“During my first Las Vegas residency at Caesers Palace, I saw all of the other artists that were playing in circulation in the same room with me,” Shania recalls, explaining that Elton John and Rod Stewart were two of the other performing acts during that time.

“When I was leaving, I would try to catch whoever was coming in next, before I left town. And when I was arriving for my next leg, I would try to catch the artist that was there before me,” the singer explains of the time she spent in her "second home" of Vegas.

There’s never been any shortage of talent on the Vegas stage. Shania remembers pop superstar Cher as “the real deal,” raves that Justin Timberlake’s residency was “one of the most musically supreme shows that I’ve seen live in Las Vegas,” and describes Ariana Grande as “the voice of today.”

But as for who the ultimate residency legend of Vegas is? Shania says she reserves that distinction for a classic talent.

“I would say that the most iconic resident artist in Las Vegas is Celine Dion, by far,” the singer says. “I’ve seen Celine Dion many, many times in Las Vegas at Caesars Palace and she’s always incredible, funny, fun and sings like the superstar that she is.”

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Shania had planned to spend much of 2020 on stage in Vegas. Her Let’s Go! Las Vegas Residency had to be cancelled during the shutdown.

I'm excited to share the latest episode of #HomeNowRadio with you because It's all about my second home, which I'm missing SO much... Las Vegas! ❤️ Listen now, only on @applemusic: https://t.co/uLobpAwaFq pic.twitter.com/fyltG1gYQj

— Shania Twain 💎 (@ShaniaTwain) January 21, 2021

By Carena Liptak
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Jason Aldean + wife Brittany had a five-hour trip to the ER, but everything turned out okay

ABC/Image Group LAJason Aldean and his wife, Brittany were tired but still cracking jokes late Thursday night, after a five-hour emergency room trip turned out to have a happy ending.

The couple went into the ER after Brittany began experiencing chest pains earlier that day. She updated fans via Instagram stories, having canceled her plans for the day to rest in bed.

“Aaaaaaaand... still having bed and still having chest pains. I had SO much to do today of course,” she said. While she tried to push through the pain, Brittany was also “scared to kick the bucket while out in public. So...in bed I stay.”

Finally, the singer’s wife made the decision to head to the ER. After her hours-long visit, she shared a video update from the car outside the hospital.

“So after five years -- yep, five hours -- of being at the ER, I have pleurisy,” she reported, explaining that pleurisy is a type of chest pain that affects the lining around the lungs.

“To help this, I take ibuprofen,” she deadpanned, joking that after putting her husband through a five-hour hospital visit, she might have bigger problems on her hands.

“I think I’m gonna get divorced now, because I just put this man through five hours at the ER,” Brittany said, panning the camera towards an unamused Jason.

“Five hours? That’s being generous. I mean, for something that two Advil would have knocked out in like, 30 minutes...” the singer said. Brittany protested that she thought she was having a heart attack.

“No, you weren’t. That’s like having indigestion,” was Jason’s retort.

In musical news, the “Got What I Got” star is looking toward a busy year ahead. Back in October, he shared that he was already at work on his tenth studio album.

By Carena Liptak
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Dan + Shay put an a cappella spin on their favorite new Morgan Wallen song, “Sand in My Boots”

ABC/Image Group LALike lots of country fans, the bandmates of Dan Shay can’t stop spinning Morgan Wallen’s newly-released Dangerous: The Double Album. So much so, in fact, that the pair decided to lend their trademark vocal harmonies to an a cappella rendition of their favorite track, “Sand in My Boots.”

Duo members Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney uploaded the results to social media as a fan tribute this week, with a black and white split image of the two of them singing the song’s chorus.

“Can’t stop listening to to ‘Sand in My Boots’ by Morgan Wallen so figured we’d sing it for y’all,” Dan Shay wrote alongside their post. “Songs like this are why we fell in love with country music.”

The song is one of a whopping 30 tracks included on Morgan’s sophomore effort, which arrived in early January and also includes his chart-topping single “More Than My Hometown.” Elsewhere, the project features a handful of songs co-written by fellow artist Thomas Rhett, plus one track co-written by Eric Church and a duet with Chris Stapleton.

For their part, Dan Shay also know a little something about the top spot on country radio. Earlier this week, their current single “I Should Probably Go to Bed” hit number-one.

can’t stop listening to “sand in my boots” by @morganwallen so figured we’d sing it for y’all. songs like this are why we fell in love with country music. 🙏 pic.twitter.com/i7k7c7swZC

— Dan Shay (@DanAndShay) January 22, 2021

By Carena Liptak
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Country star trivia

Comstock/ThinkstockOn this date in 2013, a beloved country trio released “Downtown” to country radio. The song went to the top of the charts and remains one of their best-loved hits to this day. Can you name the group? ANSWER: Lady A.

By Carena Liptak
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Darius Rucker invites Lady A to become the newest Grand Ole Opry members

Courtesy of the Grand Ole Opry/Schmidt RelationsLady A just joined the Grand Ole Opry!  The surprise announcement was made Thursday, January 21.

The "Need You Now" singers -- comprised of members Hillary ScottCharles Kelley and Dave Haywood -- learned of their nomination while taping their performance for the Grand Ole Opry: 95 Years of Country Music celebration, which airs February 14 on NBC.

The Grand Ole Opry announced the good news via Twitter, saying current Opry member Darius Rucker was the one to extend the exclusive invitation.

In a teaser clip of the group's induction, Rucker introduces Lady A by praising their extensive accomplishments that decorate their nearly 15-year history.

"This trio are multi-platinum superstars. Seven time Grammy Award-winners... seven time CMA winners, too!  And I feel so, so honored right now to stand here in the Opry house and hope they accept the invitation I'm thrilled to be offering them right now," Rucker smiles.  "So, Lady A, would you like to be the newest members of the Grand Ole Opry?"

The trio initially react in disbelief before becoming overwhelmed by excitement.  Scott then bursts out in tears, eliciting jokes that the announcement should have been saved for after their performance.

The Grand Ole Opry announced in a followup tweet that Lady A's membership is "effective immediately."

Becoming an Opry member is considered one of country music's highest honors.  

"There’s no magic formula and no secret code that grants access to one of the most coveted invitations in all of music. The path to an Opry membership may be in the hands of management, but its members guarantee the Grand Ole Opry’s future," the nearly 100-year-old institution says on its about page

Grand Ole Opry: 95 Years of Country Music airs Sunday, February 14, at 9 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.

By Megan Stone
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Nashville notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockDanielle Bradbery teams with Grammy-nominated Latin star Kurt to reimagine her “Never Have I Ever” as a Spanish-language song. The version is called “Yo Nunca He...

Highwomen bandmate Amanda Shires and Jason Isbell will make an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon this evening. The appearance comes on the heels of her new release, an all-star collaboration called “Our Problem” that arrived at midnight last night.


By Carena Liptak
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Watch now: Matt Stell strips it down for an exclusive performance of "Look at Me Now"

Dustin HaneyToday, Matt Stell unveils his new acoustic performance of the track "Look at Me Now" exclusively via ABC Audio.

"Look at Me Now" is the final track on the Arkansas native's Better Than That EP, which also features his second consecutive number one, "Everywhere But On," which topped the chart back in November, alongside his breakthrough hit, "Prayed for You."

The stripped-down, emotional "Look at Me Now" has the potential to become a wedding favorite just like Matt's debut single, as the groom in the new song unexpectedly fights back tears as he sees his bride walk down the aisle.

Even though Matt didn't write it, he knew he had to record it.

“When I first heard 'Look At Me Now' I thought it was one of the best love songs I’d heard in a long time," he recalls. "And love songs aren’t always my thing."

"It’s just a really well written song and from the first time I heard it I knew I wanted to record it and share it with folks," he adds. 

You can check out the new "Look at Me Now" performance online, as Matt prepares to perform as one of 2021's New Faces of Country Music at next month's virtual Country Radio Seminar in Nashville. With artists chosen by radio, the annual show is revered as one of the best predictors of who will find long term success in country music. 

By Stephen Hubbard
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Chris Young offers a sneak peek into his album-making process with new studio session snippet

John Shearer/Getty Images for Academy of Country MusicWith his next musical chapter on the horizon, Chris Young is busy perfecting his new batch of songs: And he offered fans a sneak peek into that process on social media on Thursday.

On Instagram, Chris posted a video snippet of himself in the studio, masked up and listening to his band hard at work. “Just vibing,” he captioned the clip, which shows him nodding along to the music.

He shared a similar post on Twitter, uploading a snapshot of himself in the studio with songwriter and producer Josh Gleave.

“Getting some studio work done today,” Chris said. “Love seeing your growth and your desire to continually top yourself day after day! Cheers bro!”

Chris has already shared three singles off of his upcoming project, “Raised on Country,” “Drowning” and “Famous Friends.” The latter song, a duet with Kane Brown, is currently a Top 40 hit at country radio.

Getting some studio work done today with @joshgleave Love seeing your growth and your desire to continually top yourself day after day! Cheers bro! #studiodays pic.twitter.com/JW8QhBIkKq

— ChrisYoungMusic (@ChrisYoungMusic) January 21, 2021

By Carena Liptak
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'Heart & Soul': Eric Church announces a three-album project on the way

Reid LongOver the past several months, Eric Church has been slowly releasing music and teasing that his next album was on the horizon. In a video message to his Church Choir fan club on Thursday, the singer finally revealed the full picture: A three-part album project called Heart & Soul.

The 24-song collection is broken up into three discs, with nine on the first (Heart) and the last (Soul). The middle record, &, consists of six songs and will be available exclusively for Eric’s Church Choir fans as a vinyl record.

The project was born during Eric’s writing retreat in the North Carolina mountains, he explains, and towards the end of his stay, the singer and his producer Jay Joyce began to try to figure out exactly what the shape of the music would be.

“I kept saying, ‘God, this is going to be really hard. There’s a lot here. Is this a double album? And if it’s a double album, how do we leave out these five or six songs?’” the singer recounts. “I am the hardest critic in making sure every song deserves to be on the record, and I beat this thing to death going, ‘This can’t be that good.’ But it was just a special, special time and a special, special project that I think will be among our best.”

The three albums will arrive on April 16, April 20 and April 23, with the middle album, &, available only to Church Choir members. Preorder is available for all three albums beginning January 29.

By Carena Liptak
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2000s country hitmaker Darryl Worley has announced he’ll resume touring this month

Courtesy of Absolute PublicityAmid the continuing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, in-person country concerts are few and far between. However, Darryl Worley is heading back out on the road, beginning Friday, for his Country Rewind Tour.

Darryl is best known for his chart-topping early 2000s hits “I Miss My Friend,” “Have You Forgotten?” and “Awful, Beautiful Life.” Over the course of that decade, he charted 18 singles in total.

Launching this weekend in Fernandina Beach, Florida, the Country Rewind Tour also features appearances from supporting acts Bryan White and Wade Hayes.

“Everyone needs to work and pay the bills, so for me, this is another prayer answered,” says Darryl of his return to the road after nearly a year being benched by the pandemic.

“I’m so thankful to be going out and making some music with my friends and for my friends. I hope we can make everybody forget about all the difficult times we are experiencing, relax for a while and enjoy an evening together,” he adds.

The Country Rewind Tour is set to run through April. Tickets are available now; it is not immediately clear what social distance and safety protocols will be in place at the indoor shows.

By Carena Liptak
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Tim McGraw + Tyler Hubbard on singing "Undivided" on Inauguration Day: "It’s been one miracle after the next"

Courtesy of Big Machine Label GroupTim McGraw and Tyler Hubbard made a stop on NBC’s Today Thursday to share the story behind “Undivided,” the duet they performed last night during the Celebrating America TV special to cap off Inauguration Day.

“It’s just been one miracle after the next,” recounts Tyler, who wrote the song while quarantined on his tour bus as he recovered from COVID-19 last fall. “It’s so surreal, the opportunity we had last night -- even the opportunity to get to sing with Tim, for me, was a huge honor.”

Tim adds that he first heard the song while on a cross-country road trip with his wife, fellow superstar Faith Hill.

“I had to stop at a gas station because I’m so technically challenged, and download the song, and then listen to it,” the singer jokes, adding that the song’s message immediately moved him.

“This song really made me check myself,” he explains. “Am I living up to what I sang five years ago on ‘Humble and Kind’? This song was just an add-on to that, to me.”

The pair gave their performance against the backdrop of downtown Nashville, with a bridge in the background -- imagery that they hope lends itself to “Undivided”’s message of solidarity.

“This song’s bigger than us,” says Tyler. “We’re just honored to be able to share such a positive to the world on such a large platform.”

The Celebrating America performance marked the live debut of “Undivided,” which came out just days ago.


By Carena Liptak
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Morgan Wallen “struggled” with the idea of fatherhood when he first found out he was going to be a dad

ABC/Image Group LAIn July of 2020, Morgan Wallen surprised fans by introducing the newest member of his family: His baby boy Indigo Wilder, who was born to the rising country star and his ex-girlfriend, KT Smith

And though Morgan was over the moon about his son’s arrival, he admits that at first, he found the prospect of being a co-parenting single dad a little daunting. He’d always envisioned raising kids with someone with whom he was in a committed relationship, the singer explains to People.

“[Being a single dad] is definitely not how I imagined parenthood. I wanted to have a family like my parents,” he notes. “...Obviously, that’s not the way it turned out. And I struggled with that a little bit when I first found out.”

Navigating a co-parenting relationship isn’t easy, and Morgan admits that he and KT had “some difficulties” early on in that role. But fortunately, the two parents have always been able to keep the health and happiness of their son as their first priority.

“We’re doing our best to figure it out, just trying to do the best we can with the situation,” he says. “I mean, a lot of people have obviously been in this situation before -- having a kid with someone you’re not with -- but knowing that doesn’t make it any easier.”

Now six months old, Indie is spending more time with his dad, including some overnight stays. “KT’s worked with me throughout the whole time, so I’ve been able to see him a lot since he was born. So if you walk in my house now, you think a baby lives here,” Morgan relates.

When not adjusting to his new role as dad, Morgan spent 2020 at work on his sophomore double album, Dangerous. That project dropped this January.

Little sleepy guy pic.twitter.com/UURJqtQQ0W

— morgan wallen (@MorganWallen) July 16, 2020

By Carena Liptak
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Dolly Parton’s younger brother, singer-songwriter Randy Parton, dies of cancer at 67

ABC/Image Group LADolly Parton shared a sad update with fans on Thursday morning, announcing that her younger brother, Randy Parton, has died. He was 67 years old.

“My brother Randy has lost his battle with cancer,” the singer wrote. “The family and I are grieving his loss but we know he is in a better place than we are at this time. We are a family of faith and believe that he is safe with God and that he is joined by members of the family that have gone on before and have welcomed him with joy and open arms.”

Randy was one of Dolly's 11 siblings, and he shared her passion for country music. He was an avid singer-songwriter who charted two singles in country radio’s top 30 in 1981, and in 1982 he became the first artist to record “Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler),” which was subsequently a hit for Alabama.  Randy also often collaborated with his legendary musical sister, playing in her band for several years and duetting with her on her 1980 hit, “Old Flames Can’t Hold a Candle to You.”

Most recently, Randy joined Dolly on her 2020 Christmas album, A Holly Dolly Christmas. They sang “You Are My Christmas,” a song Dolly wrote that was inspired by memories of their childhood together.

“‘You Are My Christmas,’ our duet on my latest Christmas album, joined with his daughter Heidi, will always be a favorite,” Dolly reflected in her statement announcing Randy’s death. “It was his last musical recording and he shined on it just like he’s shining in heaven now.”


By Carena Liptak
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Country star trivia

Comstock/ThinkstockOn this date in 1957, one of country music’s best-known legends made her debut appearance on Arthur Godfrey’s Talent Scouts TV show. She won that night’s contest with what would go on to become one of her signature songs, “Walking After Midnight.” Can you name her? ANSWER: Patsy Cline.

By Carena Liptak
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Nashville notes

Burke/Triolo/ThinkstockWynonna Judd is among the acts scheduled to perform during the rock-focused, virtual Big Love Benefit Concert, which supports the Sweet Relief Musicians Fund. Bret Michaels, Billy Idol and more are performing; the event will be hosted by Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen and his wife, singer-songwriter Lauren Monroe.

On the 20th anniversary of Sara Evans’ “Born to Fly” landing at the top of the charts, the singer tells CMT that the milestone meant a lot to her in more ways than one. “I was SO extremely honored and proud of course as an artist, but also as the songwriter!” Sara points out.


By Carena Liptak
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Luke Combs and wife Nicole are "Better Together," even if he's "all gushy" and she's "to blame"

ABC This week, Luke Combs extends his string of number ones to ten, as "Better Together" tops the country chart.

Having inspired hits like "Beautiful Crazy," "Lovin' on You," and his current chart topper, there's no denying that Luke's wife Nicole is his muse -- one with a sense of humor.

"She always loves it, you know, I mean, she's always pumped about it," Luke says of his tributes in song. "But me and her have a really good back and forth, you know, and we don't take almost anything too seriously."

"So we joke around a lot," he reveals, "and she jokes around with me about that stuff, too, saying I'm all gushy and everything like that. So we do enjoy giving each other crap from time to time."

If we seem to be seeing a more laidback side of Luke these days, he says it's solely Nicole's fault. 

"I enjoy writing that kind of stuff, and it's something that I feel like I have a little bit of a knack for," he admits. "I don't necessarily want to be the love song guy, but I feel like kind of I am right now, which is just kind of where I was and happened to be at the moment."

"So I don't really have any control over that. You know, if she wasn't so great, then this wouldn't be happening..." he laughs. "I got her to blame!"

Luke's sophomore album, What You See Is What You Get, has just been certified Double Platinum. And you can check out its deluxe edition, titled What You See Ain't Always What You Get.

By Stephen Hubbard
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Russell Dickerson takes fans behind the scenes of his immersive 'Southern Symphony' mini-movie

ABC/Image Group LAWhen Russell Dickerson put out his new album, Southern Symphony, he paired the project with a unique album experience video, which featured a snippet of each song on the record paired to a larger, cohesive visual element.

Now, the singer is sharing a video explaining how he came up with the idea for the video, and how he managed to tie his songs together.

“The Southern Symphony experience started as the tiniest little idea of, I wanted to just combine the entire album into one video,” he says at the start of the clip. “So from top to bottom, every single song, one clip, that’s all I wanted.”

The singer brought his idea to director Spencer Combs, who had the idea to use an old Nashville motel as the backdrop of the video. The location’s different rooms and different characters all correspond to different songs on the album, Russell explains.

In one moment that the singer describes as his favorite to shoot, the story line turns to Russell and his real-life family -- his wife Kailey and baby boy Remington -- as they check into the motel and head to their room to get settled.

“When ‘Home Sweet’’s playing, it’s me, Kailey and Remington, and we fall back on the bed, and the camera continues through the wall,” he recalls, describing a moment when the focus shifts to the next room in the motel. “The sound fades out, and there’s this girl [in the next room over] on her phone.”

“That to me is when it goes from kind of a music video to full-on cinema, Hollywood production,” Russell adds.

Southern Symphony is Russell’s sophomore album. It arrived in December.


By Carena Liptak
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Chris Young got the idea to shout out “Famous Friends” from another one of his hits

Monarch Publicity/Sony Music NashvilleChris Young’s upbeat new duet with Kane Brown is an ode to the hometown heroes they knew and loved growing up. An award-winning school teacher named Megan, a star high school quarterback named Brandon and more are the stars of this song.

Chris, who co-wrote “Famous Friends” with Cary Barlowe and Corey Crowder, says that the names listed in the lyrics represent real people, many of whom are buddies of his from his hometown in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

But he might never have gotten the idea to spotlight his not-so-famous friends without the help of his 2019 single, “Raised on Country.”

“With ‘Raised on Country,’ what we were trying to write was an anthem about the music I grew up on,” Chris explains to Billboard. “And obviously, when you start talking about how you grew up and what shapes you outside of your town and the music you listened to, it’s definitely your friends.”

From there, the connection was clear. “I think that was kind of the seed in ‘Famous Friends,’” the singer adds.

“Famous Friends” is the third single off Chris’ upcoming album, following “Raised on Country” and “Drowning.” He hasn’t shared an exact timeline for the project’s rollout, but has hinted that the release day may be nearing. Last weekend, he posted a photo of himself to Twitter, captioning the image, “Feeling album cover, might delete later” along with the hashtag “#FamousFriends.”


By Carena Liptak
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