A Massachusetts woman who belongs to the fictional Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster has won her fight for the right to wear a pasta strainer on her head in her driver's license photo. Lindsay Miller of Lowell, Massachusetts argued that it was her religious right to express her beliefs by wearing the colander, which is the religious symbol that she and other "Pastafarians" have adopted. Massachusetts permits head coverings in license photos only for religious beliefs, and had no choice but to allow Miller to wear hers.
Twenty-One years ago Garth Brooks made history with his third studio album, Ropin' The Wind, which was release in 1991, was certified for sales of 10 million copies, making him the first country artist to have two albums earned diamond status. Ropin' The Wind debuted at No. 1 on both Billboard 200 chart and Billboard Country Albums chart and it held the top spot for 18 weeks!
“Better in Boots” is the third single off of Farr’s newest album, Suffer in Peace. The song was penned by Naomi Cooke, Justin Wilson and Dave Pittenger, and although Farr didn’t write the tune, it is one that he says fits the style he has created for himself.
It looks like you're going to have to wait until next year for a new album from 'The Band Perry'. Their new project, titled 'Heart + Beat', was supposed to drop November 20th, but after recent it's being pushed back to early 2016. “Well we actually had a date chosen, and then we had a very exciting collaboration that just happened,” singer Kimberly Perry tells News4Jax. “So we kind of got this last jolt of creative energy, so we feel like we’re going to push it back a little bit further to early 2016.” “With this project we’ve had more fun than we’ve ever had in the studio,” Kimberly says. “Everything is so colorful and enthusiastic and happy. We’re walking out of the studio with giant smiles on our faces.” The band have yet to announce a new release date for their new album.
As expected… Three CMA awards lifted Chris Stapleton to the best selling CD in America with "Traveler" six months after its release. After being off the Billboard top 200 charts, "Traveler" sold 177,000 units for the week ending Nov. 5, up 6,109 upercent from about 3,000 units. The disc sold more last week than it did since its release, 96,000 units. The CD was off the charts since September. "Traveller" is the first debut country album to hit the top on the Billboard 200 in more than 4 years. The last was "Clear As Day" by 2011 "American Idol" winner Scotty McCreery. Carrie Underwood remained second with her "Storyteller" album. The set sold 81,000 units, down 54 percent in its second week. Eric Church's surprise disc, "Mr. Misunderstood," was third with 76,000 units from less than two days of availability. The 10 songs were released on Nov. 4 without advance notice.
The host for the 2016 Kids Choice awards is Blake Shelton! Nickelodeon made the announcement by a super sliming! Follow the link for more pictures! http://www.nick.com/pictures/kids-choice-2016-blake-shelton-slime-pictures.html?xid=nicktwitter