It was a huge hillbilly sleepover for the second annual Faster Horses Festival. Country music fans descended on the grounds of Michigan International Speedway for 3 days of music with Tim McGraw, Keith Urban, and Miranda Lambert headlining the festival.
Thomas Rhett is definitely a rising star, the son of 80′s country star Rhett Akins who grew up with a Dad who was a successful country artist in his own right. Now that Rhett has toured on his own with some of the biggest names in country music, he has a few things to say about the feisty Ms. Miranda Lambert! Listen to what he has to say about Miranda Lambert and Justin Moore here…
Las Vegas has gone country.
Faster Horses Festival is back for its second year on July 18, 19, and 20th. Before you head out to enjoy three days of amazing country music, it is a good idea to know these things before you go.
You know she named her latest album Platinum, but did you have any idea how fully Miranda Lambert is embracing the platinum lifestyle?
Carrie Underwood not only lent her vocals on “Somethin’ Bad” with Miranda Lambert, it turns out she also wrote the music video treatment.
Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood debuted the way-cool music video last week for their hot new duet, “Somethin’ Bad” — and while the song and video are both a rockin’ good time, Miranda told reporters not long ago that her original vision for a Carrie duet took on a new light after a little input from hubby Blake Shelton. Lambert tells us here how she and Carrie already shared a little ‘rock edge’ so this was a perfect duet for them…
In their new video for “Somethin’ Bad,” the two women channel their inner Thelma and Louise robbing banks, stealing jewelry and cheating several men out of millions during a very intense poker game.
Miranda Lambert is hot right now, with her album, Platinum, at No. 1 for two weeks in a row. Part of the album’s success is her duet with Carrie Underwood, “Somethin’ Bad.” Miranda just LOVES […]
It quickly garnered more than 14,500 likes on the social media site and won raves from fans who wrote things like, “LOVE THIS SONG!”