There's certainly been no shortage of hubbub over the last few months regarding the Casey Anthony trial -- and with the verdict and sentencing being announced, the news cycle kicked into high gear last week, with pundits weighing in across the spectrum.
With all this coverage and all these opinions flying around, you might think a song from famous country parodist Cletus T. Judd would be the last thing we needed -- but Judd, with the help of Rascal Flatts singer Gary LeVox, got serious for the track, titled 'She's Going Places.'
If you put together a string of three multi-platinum albums and 24 top 10 singles, you might start to relax a little. Not Keith Urban, though -- the singer recently hit the road for his Get Closer tour, and he devoted plenty of thought to giving his fans the best concert experience possible.
Dwight Yoakam has a new album coming out next year -- and it'll mark a return to his longtime home, Warner Music, after a decade spent recording for other labels.
"Dwight Yoakam is country music. His voice is immediately recognizable and his artistry is iconic," said label president John Esposito while announcing the signing. "When I heard his current music, I was blown away. I think that it is some of the best music he has ever done and Iím incredibly proud to have him back at Warner Bros. Records."
Jennifer Lopez was a big part of 'American Idol's' resurgence last season, but she hasn't committed to another run on the show, so producers are reportedly looking for a replacement -- and rumors are pointing to Shania Twain.
With more than 60 million albums' worth of worldwide sales to her name, Twain certainly knows a thing or two about what it takes to achieve commercial success -- and just as Lopez was emerging from a recording lull in the months leading up to her joining the 'Idol' team, Twain is preparing to end a long musical hiatus.
You've got to give Taylor Swift credit -- even with a bajillion records sold and a steady stream of radio hits, she's refused to take the easy way out with her videos, preferring to tell a visual story instead of filming performance clips.
That's definitely the case for her new 'Mean' video, which uses Swift's latest hit as the backdrop for an old-time miniature movie about, well, what happens when people are mean. And Swift gave fans a peek behind the scenes of the clip with a half-hour documentary that recently aired on GAC.
Buying your family a new tent is not as easy as stopping by your local sporting goods store and grabbing the first tent on sale. Well, it could be, but once you get your new tent to the great outdoors and end up rain-soaked and freezing, you will realize you should have spent a little more time on your tent choice...
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