Embedded from www.youtube.com. Ten summers ago, country and hip-hop were strange musical bedfellows whose couplings were few and far between. However, for Jason Aldean — a country star five years past becoming a fixture on the top of Billboard’s singles and album charts in the genre — having two top-five Billboard album chart releases, including... Read more »
Ingrid Andress, who earned three Grammy nominations on the strength of her debut album Lady Like and breakthrough single “More Hearts Than Mine,” has announced a string of upcoming concert dates for late 2021 and early 2022 in the United States and in Europe. Andress’ Feeling Things tour will launch in Boston on Sept. 27... Read more »
Gabby Barrett has had a whirlwind year so far in 2021, notching her second No. 1 hit with “The Good Ones,” and welcoming her first child, daughter Baylah May, with husband Cade Foehner. Barrett recently chatted with Cody Alan for Alan’s Cody Cast about the highlights and lowlights of being a parent, as well as... Read more »
As noted via a press release, production is “well underway” in “the deep-rooted Nelson locales of Austin, Maui, Nashville, Los Angeles, and New York” on Willie Nelson and Family, reported to be the “definitive docuseries” on the life and times of Willie Nelson. Emmy Award and Grammy Award-winning filmmaker Thom Zimny and Academy Award-nominated &... Read more »
In honor of the 2021’s rescheduled edition of the Summer Olympics, the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon featured Fallon and his bandleader, The Roots’ Tariq “Black Thought” Trotter, performed “This Olympics,” a song based on Florida Georgia Line’s hit Nelly collaboration “Lil Bit.” Swapping out the original’s lyrics for “It’s time to represent your country,... Read more »
It was a disappointing loss for Team USA's Olympic softball team. Fans obviously wanted to see them bring home the gold, but they still showed up Tuesday morning to cheer them on from Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma health leaders are sounding the alarm again and expressing their dismay as they are back to worrying about hospitals filling up with COVID-19 patients in some parts of the state.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health on Tuesday reported 733 new COVID-19 cases across the state, bringing the total cumulative number of the state’s positive cases to 475,578.
Just a few months after cutting back on contact tracing, Oklahoma health officials are looking to bring on more staff.
A New Hampshire woman was scammed on Facebook Marketplace and decided to warn others of the potential danger.