Old Dominion, Little Big Town, Charles Kelly of Lady Antebellum, Big & Rich's Big Kenny, Brooks & Dunn's Kix Brooks, and Martina McBride will all appear at the T.J. Martell Foundation for Cancer Research's Nashville Best Cellars event on Monday, April 22nd at Loews Vanderbilt Hotel. The event raises funds for important cancer research and innovative patient treatments.
Hal Ketchum has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and dementia and has announced his retirement. Ketchum's wife, Andrea, posted the news on Facebook on Sunday (April 14th) writing, “I know everyone is wondering why there are no future tour dates, and speculations as to the reason. Our family would like to share the cause for this. Unfortunately, Hal is suffering from Alzheimer’s/ Dementia. He has been battling this for some time now, but because of his love for his fans, he continued performing as long as it was possible. Dementia is an exhausting and confusing illness and now it’s time for Hal to stay home with loved ones . . .” Ketchum is best known for his singles like “Small Town Saturday Night,” “Hearts Are Gonna Roll,” “Five O’Clock World” and “Sure Love.”
Keith Urban shared his own version of Lil Nas X's controversial hit song “Old Town Road” on social media on Sunday (April 14th). The song just broke Drake's record for the biggest streaming week in the U.S. ever with 143 million streams.
Source: Pulse of Radio