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Cole Swindell marries Courtney Love

Cole Swindell marries Courtney Love

Cole Swindell is a married man!

When Country music artist, Cole Swindell walked down the aisle last week and married Courtney Little, there was one major person who was missing — his father. On Father’s Day, the country singer shared on social media that he made sure his dad was a part of his big day by symbolically reserving him a seat. “Happy Father’s Day to all the Dads out there,” he writes. “Also, I realize today is a tough one for some folks that may have lost theirs a little too soon. Hang in there.. they are watching over us! Had mine a seat saved at our ceremony.” Swindell included a picture of an empty chair draped in a cloth that reads, “In loving memory of William Keith Swindell.” They also had announced via a joint Instagram post shared Thursday. “The Swindells 6.12.24 🤍.”

Crews Respond to Fire at Carrie Underwood’s Tennessee Home

Crews Respond to Fire at Carrie Underwood’s Tennessee Home

Fans of Carrie Underwood flooded the country music star’s social media after news broke of a fire at her home near Nashville, Tennessee. Now, the “Cowboy Casanova” singer is reassuring fans that she and her family are completely safe following the Sunday, June 16 incident.

In a statement shared on Monday, June 17, Carrie Underwood’s team confirmed that Williamson County fire crews “quickly contained” the blaze. “There was no fire damage to the primary residence, and the family and their pets were unharmed,” the statement read. Underwood’s team verified many previously reported details. An off-road UTV caught fire and spread to the singer’s garage just after 9:40 p.m. Sunday. Williamson County dispatched all eight of its fire stations to the property in the affluent Pinewood community west of Leiper’s Fork. Fortunately, Underwood and husband Mike Fisher had the foresight to install a 10,000-gallon water tank at the home. Firefighters used that tank to extinguish the flames. Dinah Wade, a spokesperson with Williamson County Fire and Rescue, confirmed to The Tennessean that Underwood, Fisher, and their two sons were all home at the time. Luckily, they all escaped unscathed, along with three pets. “One of the pets would not leave the homeowner’s side,” Wade said. Afterwards, crews remained on the scene for several hours to battle hot spots.



Drew Parker To Drop Debut Full-Length Project In July

Drew Parker To Drop Debut Full-Length Project In July

Drew Parker plans to deliver his debut full-length project, Camouflage Cowboy, on July 12. The album will be produced by Jacob Rice. Camouflage Cowboy aims to authentically introduce Parker as an artist and as a songwriter, Parker puts an emphasis on hard-hitting country lyricism. He seeks to depict his life as father, a husband and a storyteller with the album, collaborating with hitmakers such as Jon Nite, Lindsay Rimes, Chris Destefano and Lee Thomas Miller, among others. The 14-track collection includes singles “The Truck” and “Love The Leavin’” as well as “Better On A Boat,” a summer tune the artist wrote alongside Rice and Dan Isbell. “I am so excited about this record,” says Parker. “[Camouflage Cowboy] is all about my family, my friends, my faith, my struggles and the way I grew up. I hope that you can connect to the songs and the stories, and it helps you along your journey in this life.”

Camouflage Cowboy Track Listing:

1. “The Truck” (Drew Parker, James McNair, Lindsay Rimes, Dylan Marlowe)
2. “Fishin’ On A River” (Drew Parker, Cole Taylor, David Fanning)
3. “Tomorrow” (Drew Parker, Harley Parker, Jon Nite, Lindsay Rimes)
4. “Whiskey Proof” (Drew Parker, Jon Nite, Andrew DeRoberts)
5. “Love The Leavin’” (Drew Parker, Matt Rogers, Lindsay Rimes)
6. “Better On A Boat” (Drew Parker, Dan Isbell, Jacob Rice)
7. “Luck Don’t Live Around Here” (Neil Thrasher, Kelley Lovelace, Chris DeStefano)
8. “The Time We Had” (Drew Parker, Billy Dawson, Lee Thomas Miller)
9. “Camouflage Cowboy” (Drew Parker)
10. “Hillbilly Billionaires” (Drew Parker, Jacob Rice, Jordan Walker)
11. “Clearly Confused” (John Morgan, Jeb Gipson)
12. “Hill I’m Climbing” (Drew Parker, Lindsay Rimes, Cary Barlowe)
13. “Running On The Wild Side” (Drew Parker, Casey Beathard, Phil O’Donnell)
14. “What A Day That Will Be (feat. The Isaacs)” (Traditional Hymn)