If your airline flights and restaurant meals seem a bit quieter, it's not your imagination.
The 2010 census reveals children now comprise only 24 percent of the US population, a two-point drop in the past 20 years. Experts predict it will fall another percentage point by 2050, while the group comprised of people 65 and older is expected to rise from 13 percent to 19 percent due to the aging of baby boomers.
While touring to support his 2010 album 'Get Closer,' Keith Urban said he wanted to make an effort to literally get closer to fans. So, the musician had a stage constructed that allows him to mingle with the crowd, as well as smaller, more intimate stages interspersed throughout each venue. "This tour is about making a real connection with the audience, finding a way to engage with everybody that doesn’t always rely on massive video walls," he told Taste of Country.
Urban also credited fellow Australian musicians AC/DC with inspiring the driving beat behind his new single 'Long Hot Summer.' "It’s probably my AC/DC upbringing. I’ve always loved 4/4 tunes that are four-on-the-floor and just really want to rock," he said.
The fundamentalist and anti-gay group has announced it will picket the funeral of former first lady Betty Ford, who died last week, because she got divorced before marrying the man who would later become President Gerald Ford. This, the group says, made her an adulterer who "loved to sit with tawdry reporters and blather about sex."
Sherwood Schwartz, the man who created or contributed to several iconic television shows, died Tuesday at 4AM of natural causes. He was 94.
Schwartz worked in radio for Bob Hope before transitioning to television, where he won a 1961 Emmy as part of the writing team for 'The Red Skelton Show.' He also worked on series such as 'My Favorite Martian' and 'Harper Valley PTA.'
Kids lazing around the house doing all summer long? Not this year. There's a whole world of activities out there. Sure, some of it might not be air conditioned but that's a small risk to take for summer fun
If you're going to include something called Webisode Wednesday on your site, you might as well have a little fun with it -- and that's just what Lady Antebellum have done with the latest installment of their series, offering fans their take on Katy Perry's hit 'Teenage Dream.'
In the clip, embedded below, the band starts off in a dressing room, tackling the song with nothing more than their voices and an acoustic guitar. From there, the action moves to the concert stage, where they perform it in front of an adoring crowd.
What's that saying about the apple not falling far from the tree? Turns out it's applicable to country singers, too. Just ask Toby Keith, who's rolling out the red carpet for his daughter to start her own solo recording career.
Krystal Keith, who previously cut a duet with her dad for his 'Greatest Hits 2' collection, has inked a deal with her dad's Show Dog label, and she's currently prepping for work on her debut -- which will be produced by Toby, along with label exec Mark Wright.
Dale Mussen is off on vaction so Clay Moden spoke with Joe Arena on CW23's 'Winging It' this morning. Clay and joe spoke about tonight's concert out at Jam In The Valley featuring Gary Allan, Kellie Pickler and Thompson Square.
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