Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Dierks Bentley's Whiskey Row turns vet away and blake shelton has a tour mascot



Dierks Bentley's Whiskey Row in Gilbert, AZ turned away a customer due to a neck tattoo. He’s a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and the #22 on his neck represents how many vets commit suicide every day across the nation. Whiskey Row’s GM told him it was "corporate policy" to deny anyone in with a face or neck tattoo. The man then told his story on Facebook and that’s when Whiskey Row publically apologized. They’re also planning a military appreciation day.

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill will debut their single ‘Speak To A Girl’ on April’s ACM Awards. It’s at radio Thursday and it’s from their upcoming duets album.

Blake Shelton has a mascot on his tour this year; opener RaeLynn’s German shepherd, Jazz. She has Type 1 diabetes and he’s a service dog trained to detect changes in her blood sugar levels. He’ll even wake her up in the middle of the night if needed and he never lets her out of sight.

Justin Moore’s wife is expecting their fourth child and while he wants to know the gender because he hates surprises, she does not, so he has to wait.

Finally – Luke Bryan is Blake Shelton’s team mentor on The Voice tonight.