Jo Dee Messina’s husband Chris wouldn’t get up to get the baby one night, but by sleeping in he may have inspired the singer’s newest hit single. ‘A Women’s Rant’ was started by an angry and exhausted Messina as she tended to her youngest son during a late-night wake up call...
Country fans who like their women weak and their music vanilla will not care for what Jo Dee Messina offers on the 12 songs that make up ‘Me.’ The album — funded by a Kickstarter campaign — is full of attitude.
Fans who follow Jo Dee Messina on Facebook or Twitter may have found themselves asking why she crammed recording a new album into 2013 -- a year that was emotionally devastating and exhausting for her.
Everyone knows that Jo Dee Messina is one of those fiercely independent, tell-it-like-it-is country music stars. But it's hard to believe that Messina has never had the chance to make an album the way she really wants it to be. Now, after 18 years in the industry, Messina hopes to finally have that chance.
Jo Dee Messina and Alyssa Bonagura enlisted fans to help them make the video for the song 'Unbreakable.' Messina invited her Twitter followers to take pictures of themselves holding signs with words on them, like the song title, "stronger," "believe," "get along" and more, written in all sorts of fonts and with artistic embellishments, like the "t" in strong
Jo Dee Messina and Curb Records have parted ways, according to the singer's official website. The 'Bye, Bye' singer's departure from the Nashville-based music label is the first step in what Messina hopes will be a brand new beginning in 2013.
Yesterday (Jan. 18), country singer and new mom Jo Dee Messina, who gave birth to her second son last week, tweeted an ominous message, writing: “There’s nothing like seeing a kind face in the midst of an emergency. I’ll explain more on blog when I get home. Do somethin kind 2day.”
It’s a busy week for Jo Dee Messina. Fresh off her Sunday night appearance on ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta,’ the country singer has given birth to her second son at a Nashville hospital.