Music

Take ’em to church Carrie. With the first release from her upcoming Gospel album, My Savior, Carrie Underwood is kicking things off with the classic hymn, “Softly & Tenderly.” Written by Will L. Thompson in 1880, the popular hymn has since been covered Reba, Amy Grant, Alan Jackson and dozens of others. Carrie also performed the song
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She’s doin’ it. It’s no secret that Taylor is setting out to rerecord her first six albums in an attempt to regain control of her masters, but after she released two albums this past year, Folklore and Evermore, her fans got to wondering… when? Welp, now… This morning on Good Morning America, Taylor announced that the first album she re-recorded
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The Brother Brothers take an honest look at one of life’s hardest emotions in their new song “Sorrow.” Despite being plodding and melancholy, the track is full of gorgeous harmonies from identical twins Adam and David Moss. Written by the Mosses, “Sorrow” — which is premiering exclusively on The Boot — speaks specifically about a lost relationship,
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Helluva weekend for Eric Church. Drops “Lynyrd Skynyrd Jones” and the Church Choir-exclusive “Lone Wolf” on Friday and then kicks off the Super Bowl with a killer performance of the national anthem alongside Jazmine Sullivan. But he wasn’t done yet… Following the Super Bowl, Eric joined a number of other performers, including Luke Bryan and
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Sheesh, 1994 was special y’all. But first… Chief and Jazmine should’ve also done the halftime show. Fuck it.#SuperBowl — Whiskey Riff (@WhiskeyRiff) February 8, 2021 I mean, right? They crushed the Anthem. Now if you go on Twitter, many folks weren’t crazy about The Weeknd’s performance, saying it made them dizzy among other things. So,
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Since the Morgan Wallen news first broke this past Tuesday, everybody and their mother has weighed in with their opinions on the matter, and most recently, we heard from someone very close to Morgan… his sister. Sharing the post to Instagram, Morgan’s sister Ashlyne condemned his behavior, but like Jimmie Allen, called for forgiveness and
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