Country stars on the MLB's All Star game tonight, a new addition to Blake's team on The Voice this season and Taylor Swift's got big news - just some of the stuff we covered with Nashville Kat this morning.
It has come to my attention that dip-dyeing is the latest celebrity trend. Look, I just put away my banana clips, so trends don't really come to my attention. Not only are women dip-dyeing their own hair but they are dip-dyeing their DOG'S hair! Would you?
Nashville Kat got us caught up with the music scene this morning when we covered the weirdest thing a fan has done for Brad Paisley, how you could actually open for Brad Paisley (and others) on tour and why Johnny Depp is buying a house near Keith Urban.
Have you heard this song yet? It's one of my new favorites and newcomer Greg Bates just finished shooting the video for his debut single, "Did It for the Girl". He says the song reminds him of the beach, and in a behind-the-scenes clip, he takes you on location in Tampa, Florida.
Nashville Kat knows who the secret star is in Miranda Lambert's new video, Luke Bryan's got a secret tattoo and the women in Trace Adkin's life are keeping something from him. All of these secrets aren't secrets anymore as Nashville Kat spills them.
If you listen to the words in Love and Theft's big hit "Angel Eyes" they talk about a "kiss me smile"...so, what exactly is that? Stephen Barker Lyles and Eric Gunderson of Love and Theft explain and show off their best "kiss me smile" in this short clip.
The Band Perry reveals what it's like to be on tour with Brad Paisley, how Kenny Chesney made things good with his impersonator and fried bologna sandwiches with Nashville Kat today. Is it lunchtime yet?
After years of battling, Tim McGraw finally has a new record label and a new album on the way. Tim says the first single will be a song that he's been performing in concert called "Truck Yeah". He says "Truck Yeah" takes him back to early in his career because of its great "attitude."
Twenty-nine crewmen were on the ore boat Daniel J. Morrell, when it broke in half and sank in Lake Huron during a huge storm on November 29, 1966. One man lived to tell the tale of what happened. Today, he's in town to tell that tale.
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