Little Big Town is one of the most talented and popular groups in country music. They recently won the CMA Vocal Group Of The Year Award. That still didn't stop one misinformed listener to call the bad out over lyrics in their current hit "Sober." Band member Karen Fairchild recently retweeted a fan who had posted the line, "when I die, I don't wanna go sober." Another fan who misunderstood the lyric replied, "LBT, is that the way you want to meet your maker on judgement day?" Obviously the fan missed the point of the song "Sober," which is about being drunk on love. Social media seems to have brought out the inner idiot in lots of people. Little Big Town will be at the Patriot Center on Saturday with Keith Urban and Dustin Lynch.
Brad Paisley has released his 10th annual holiday ornament. Proceeds from this year's "Wheelhouse" ornament will benefit the Brad Paisley Foundation. Brad has put out a different ornament each of the past 10 years to raise funds for his foundation. This year's ornament is just $15. Some of the previous year's ornaments remain available as well.
George Strait has announced the final date on his farewell "Cowboy Rides Away" tour.. George will wrap up his tour on June 7th in Arlington, TX at the 100,000 seat AT&T Stadium. Tickets go on sale on Friday, December 6th. The farewell show will feature an all-star lineup of guests including Alan Jackson, Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert, Jason Aldean, Vince Gill, Faith Hill, Ronnie Dunn, Eric Church, Martina McBride and more. It will not be George's final concert ever. George has extended his record deal to include five more albums and he will still play some select dates each year.