Luke Bryan just checked another item off his bucket list. The country fan favorite's new collection 'Spring Break ... Here to Party' opened in the No. 1 position on the Billboard charts -- selling more copies than stars like Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift, Jason Aldean, and even out-selling a collection of unreleased tracks by legendary rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix.
Taylor Swift definitely showed her defensive side when she dissed Amy Poehler and Tina Fey in a not-so-subtle way in the April issue of Vanity Fair, but Poehler responded to the singer's comments in a way that leaves all of us smiling.
While Tim McGraw and Taylor Swift's vocals on 'Highway Don't Care' would be enough to make the song a hit and one of the best of 2013, it's Keith Urban's guitar that makes the track one of the best collaborations of the decade -- maybe even ever. Each artist brings his or her best effort to the song from McGraw's 'Two Lanes of Freedom' album. It's a sterling example of what can happen when artists are left to be artists, without the handcuffs of music business politics.
If you thought you heard a huge noise from the direction of Nashville last week, don't be concerned -- it was probably just coming from a giant party at Tim McGraw's house. The United States Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal from Curb Records last week in an ongoing legal war with their former star, effectively bringing the case to an end after years of legal wrangling.
It's Round 2 in the Kelly Clarkson vs. Clive Davis war of words. After catching wind of some information printed about her in Davis' new autobiography -- which she says is false -- Clarkson took to social media to present a rather heated message. The record exec has since responded, and he's standing by what's in ink.
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