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Hunter Hayes:Gets Guitar Lessons from Mom


     We bet Hunter Hayes’ mom Lynette wished she had a “storm warning” over the future of her musical son. Lynette is actually responsible for teaching a young Hunter his first few guitar licks in life.  Hunter recalls, “My mom, one summer, decided, ‘You know what? How about I go and get a guitar and learn to play so that when you do your acoustic gigs, I can accompany you.” Hunter got the basics from his mom, but he just kept progressing past her level.  Eventually, Lynnette dropped the instrument. But the decision was best for everyone -- Hunter is now a multi-platinum-selling artist with new national tour.  “In the busy-ness, there are those stressful moments, there’s those crazy moments where you’re just like, can’t catch a breath or whatever. But honestly, man, it’s beautiful. It really is. Like, it just keeps getting better. It’s more fun than even it was before we first started touring."

    The Tattoo (You Name) tour continues tonight in University Park, Pennsylvania with Dan and Shay and The Railers.

Kenny Chesney Thinks the World of Eric Church


 

    Kenny Chesney thinks one guy who will outlast phases or trends in country music is Eric Church. Kenny says, “his connection with the audience just can't be taught.” Kenny’s The Big Revival tour kicks off on his birthday, March 26 in Nashville. No word if Eric will be an opener or not.

Thomas Rhett Donates to Miranda Lambert's Redemption Ranch


 



 
Thomas Rhett and his wife have donated $5,000 to Miranda Lambert‘s new Redemption Ranch; a no-kill animal shelter she’s building where she lives in Tishomingo, OK.

KIP MOORE: Gives An Adopted Child Hope for a Biological Family


 

     Kip Moore took “Hey Pretty Girl” all the way to number-one on the Mediabase chart in July 2013, and the track continues to melts hearts to this day. The song made Binkies and Briefcases blogger Stephanie Giese a new forever fan following an emotional incident with her adopted six-year-old son.   In an open letter to Kip, Stephanie writes about her son’s struggles over wanting to be with his biological family. She writes, “He wants his ‘real’ mommy back, even though he never really knew her.”  But that all changed when “Hey Pretty Girl” came on the minivan radio. Looking in the rearview mirror, Stephanie saw her son in tears over the song. He said, “It makes my heart feel something, but I’m not sad. One day will I be married like the song man? And then I’ll really be in a family? My own family?”

Stephanie now credits Kip for giving her son hope that he will have a biological family of his own one day.  Kip is headlining CMT On Tour with Sam Hunt and Charlie Worsham. They perform tonight at Billy Bob’s Texas in Fort Worth.

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