Carrie Underwood has always been a very generous person and used her celebrity to help a multitude of causes. She has been an outspoken supporter of P.E.T.A. (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) and the American Humane Society. “Everybody has the power to do something, to be a contributing force,” she says, “and I would rather people look back on my life and say, ‘She made the world a b
By now you have probably seen pictures or video of the devastation in suburban Oklahoma City from the tornadoes over the last couple of days. People have lost family members, children, pets and their homes. To help them pick up the pieces the Salvation Army has set up a relief fund for those in need...
Carrie Underwood is coming back to Billings! The last time Carrie Underwood was scheduled to come to Billings she unfortunately had to cancel due to the fact that our Metra Park Arena was missing a roof! None of us have forgotten about that unfortunate spat with Mother Nature that Billings had to endure. Lucky for us Carrie Underwood made a promise that she would return and she's making good on th
Grammy-nominated country group Little Big Town will release their fifth studio album on September 11. Recorded in Nashville with producer Jay Joyce (whose credits include Eric Church), ‘Tornado’ features the band’s current hit single, ‘Pontoon.’
Montgomery Gentry is always one of the first to jump at the opportunity to help those in need, so after the heartbreaking tornadoes demolished homes and businesses in Kentucky back in March, the duo decided to do their part to help give back.
Earlier this week, we reported that Lady Antebellum will be putting their talent and fame to good use by performing a special concert on May 16 for the students at Henryville High School, which was completely ravaged when a tornado ripped through the town recently.
In the wake of the March 2 storms that resulted in a spinoff of destructive tornadoes, artists in the country music community are doing what they can to help people get back into their homes and back on their feet. For her part, Miranda Lambert just announced that she’ll be donating 100 percent of the proceeds from remaining ticket sales of her Louisville, Ky. concert to the American Red Cross.