The Nashville Music Minute offers your listeners an instant backstage pass to the Music City’s latest buzz, news and stories that not only come from Nashville, but directly from the stars themselves.
This week features: Jake Owen
Brad Paisley says his sons, Huck and Jasper, are great critics and have opinions about his upcoming album. Brad says the boys don’t like ballads, so there are only three on his new project. He also says they love “River Bank.” One song on the album was inspired by Jasper, who’s five. “American Flag on the Moon” came from a few words Jasper said. Speaking of Brad, he and Carrie Underwood will be hosting The 48th annual CMA Awards live on November 5th on ABC. Check your local listings for times so you can set your DVR!
Luke Bryan just set the all-time record for a single day country concert. 60-thousand fans packed into Boston’s Gillette Stadium for his “That’s My Kind of Night Tour.” And Jake Owen talks about his new single “What We Ain’t Got” which is about wanting more and how it relates to everyone, even him.
Source: Santa Clarita Podcasts