Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Dierks Bentley scales 7000 feet & Luke Combs got a shout out from a hero yesterday

Yesterday Dierks Bentley was at Grand Teton Park in Wyoming. He and a friend climbed a rock that was over 7,000 vertical feet. It took the guys 18 hours up and down. Dierks tweeted, “some much needed living.”

Luke Combs got a shout out from a hero yesterday. Randy Travis tweeted, “congrats on tying ‘Always & Forever’ as the longest #1 album by a male artist on the Billboard Country Chart. We’ve held on for a long time but it’s good to see a country artist breaking records and proving albums still sell.”  'Always & Forever' started it's run June of 1987. That's 32 years!!!

Thomas Rhett vacationed in Italy last year and he loves that Italians have no idea who he is, only the America’s on vacation there do. Thomas said, “it’s nice to get to know fans but it’s also nice to be anonymous sometimes.

Finally - Brett Eldredge’s first performances as a child were in the living room at family events. Brett was so nervous tho, he’d hide behind a door. What got him to sing; his mom paying him $5.