Hollywood and Country Music have a new love! More coming up on today’s #Skinny, plus LUKE BRYAN is adding dates to his “What Makes You Country Tour”, which is now running through the fall. Tickets go on sale Friday. Grab details at LukeBryan.com.
MAREN MORRIS will be performing with ZEDD and GREY on the Grammys this Sunday. They’re going to debut their song “The Middle”. It’s also going to be the soundtrack for Target’s “spring style” marketing campaign, so, get used to it?
Maren could walk away with another Grammy. She’s up for Best Country Solo Performance for “I Could Use a Love Song”.
More details of EDDIE MONTGOMERY’s recent interview have been released. That’s when he opened up about the tragic accident of his bandmate, TROY GENTRY. Quote, “Your whole world changes, and there’s not a day that I don’t see it . . . y’know, it goes through my heart.”
’90s country singer LARI WHITE died yesterday. She was 52. She revealed in the fall that she had peritoneal cancer.
Grammy-winning country artist LARI WHITE passed away yesterday at the age of 52. She revealed back in September that she’d been diagnosed with advanced peritoneal cancer. It’s rare and deadly.
Lari started out in the gospel group The White Family Singers. She went solo and moved to Music City in 1988, and soon after took first place on the Nashville Network’s talent competition, “You Can Be A Star”.
She also did some acting. Her biggest role turned out to be a performance with Tom Hanks at the end of “Cast Away”.