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Zach Galifianakis' Garner shows some love to his friends as well as a stranger he just meets in the video for director Todd Phillips' comedy.
His record label says that the singer-songwriter who wrote 'Rock and Roll Heaven' didn't stop writing and performing 'until his last days.'
The 'Desperate Housewives' star accidentally reveals that she ditched underwear in favor of her sexy thigh-high long dress.
Donald Trump has singled out one contestant as a winner in the season 6 finale, which has Trace Adkins and Penn Jillette as the last men standing.
Taking to his official site, the 'Tough People Do' singer clears off the controversy following his performance at Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lightning event.
Rhonda Adkins was coming home from her trip to Atlanta when she saw the smoke and her neighbor shouted, 'Your house is on fire!'
In his Capitol Hill appearance, the 'You're Gonna Miss This' singer points out that the battlefields serve as 'monuments to what can happen when political wisdom fails'.
Being the only human in the 'Brown Chicken, Brown Cow' music video makes Trace Adkins feel 'creepy' but he enjoys it.
Beside the three stars who will be featured in 'The Music Inside: A Collaboration Dedicated to Waylon Jennings', Patty Griffin, Jessi Colter, and Shooter Jennings also join the forces.
This week's Billboard Hot 200 is flooded with new releases but they pull in not enough sale number to knock off the Slim Shady from the top spot.
Exclusive Interview: Trace Adkins Talks About 'Cowboy's Back in Town', Next Single and Blake SheltonAugust 18, 2010 05:08:45
Trace Adkins celebrated 'Cowboy's Back in Town' release on the movie set, plans to release the title track as second single and praises Blake Shelton for what he has achieved.
'Cowboy's Back in Town', a record which is long on positivity and humor, is going to be released by Trace Adkins on August 17.
The Disney songstress takes her devotees to go round and round with fun, catchy beat of the first single from her sophomore set.
The music videos, including Trace Adkins' 'This Ain't No Love Song' and Gary Allan's 'Get Off on the Pain', which are debuted on the CMT Special feature introductions by the artists themselves.
Showing a fish toy floating across the street, the video still keeps details about the movie under wraps.