A source at Live Nation has responded to shocking allegations against one of the company's most powerful country music executives, saying, "there is absolutely, positively no merit" to the claim that he sexually assaulted a country singer six years ago.
Former "Steel Magnolia" member Meghan Lindsey tried out for The Voice Last night. You may remember her from CMT's "Can You Duet" when she, and then boyfriend, Joshua Scott Jones won the competition and a recording. They had moderate success following the but personal struggles and an eventual break up was the downfall of their pending success...
Many country fans know that Steel Magnolia's Joshua Scott Jones entered rehab in 2011 to address his alcoholism and substance abuse. Before he sought treatment, Jones says he was in such a dark place he contemplated suicide.
As a solo artist, Meghan Linsey is difficult to label. Her countrified version of OneRepublic’s ‘Counting Stars’ is country like duo the Civil Wars is country. Technically, it’s true. But the song -- and yes, this is an overused phrase -- is like nothing else on country radio.
You can't accuse Steel Magnolia singer Meghan Linsey of being a pessimist. Despite an incredibly rough patch over the last couple of years that included her partner/fiancee Joshua Scott Jones going to rehab, the duo losing their record deal and then ending their personal relationship, she refuses to discount the possibility of them recording together again.
Things seem to have gotten quite rocky for country duo Steel Magnolia. Over the last couple weeks Meghan Linsey has been performing shows alone since Joshua Scott Jones entered rehab to treat undisclosed addictions. Now, Tricities.com has set off a bunch of possible rumors that the group is no longer together personally or professionally.