DRA: Weekend Recap
Monday, we meet again, and it is a cold one here in Oklahoma.
Grab your coffee, a warm blanket, and get all caught up on your country music news from this weekend!
Carrie Underwood took to social media to announce the UK leg of her 'Cry Pretty Tour 2019'. Carrie added 5 dates for this upcoming summer!
"I just wanted to check in and say that life is good and we are all getting very excited that the Cry Pretty Tour is going to be starting soon in May," she says, waving a U.K. flag as she unveils the news of the trek. "We are just super excited and we can't wait to see you guys there."
Carrie Underwood's U.K. 2019 Cry Pretty Tour 360 Dates:
June 28 — Birmingham, England @ Birmingham Resorts World Arena June 30 — Cardiff, Wales @ Cardiff Motorpoint Arena July 2 — Glasgow, Scotland @ Glasgow the SSE Hydro July 3 — Manchester, England @ Manchester Arena July 4 — London, England @ London Wembley the SSE Arena
You can find all Carrie's tour stops on her website for this upcoming tour! We think this is one you will want to attend!
Thomas Rhett made his Saturday Night Live debut this past Saturday, March 2nd. He debuted a new single and had help from his wife, Lauren. This had to be a major moment for Thomas, Lauren, and all his fans to watch.
Lauren was right there with Thomas this weekend and assisted with holding the cue cards for Thomas during this huge milestone.
Thomas premiered his new single, "Don't Threaten Me With a Good Time", that features Little Big Town.
Kacey Musgraves had a big surprise for the fans who attended her Friday night (March 1) show in Nashville.
During her performance at Nashville's legendary Ryman Auditorium, Musgraves welcomed Brooks & Dunn to the stage to join her for a joint performance of their classic hit, "Neon Moon."
They strummed along on acoustic guitars and lent their voices to the subsequent choruses for a unique version of "Neon Moon" that blends its original country twang with some modern progressive pop elements.
Turnpike Troubadours made their Rodeo Houston debut Saturday, March 2nd. A moment we are sure they are still reliving today.
This marks a milestone moment for the band. Unlike most of the other performers this year at Rodeo Houston, they are not signed to a major label, yet the fans turned out big-time for this show.
The native Oklahoma band drew 66,715 people to their show at one of the largest stages in Texas.
Fans shared the experience and the excitement with the band all over social media this weekend.
If you haven't caught a Turnpike Troubadour show this year, or ever, we highly recommend you do so.
You can follow them on social media or their website for all their upcoming dates.