The release date and title for George Strait's hotly-anticipated new album have been confirmed. The legendary singer's management announced via Twitter on Sunday (March 17) that he will release 'Love Is Everything' on May 14. Incredibly, it is Strait's 40th studio album.
Superstar George Strait may be retiring from the road, but we expect to see a new album from the 60-year-old entertainer in 2013. Though Strait has announced that his concert dates in 2013 and 2014 will be the last of his career, he is working on songs for a new studio record, and he plans to continue recording an album every year.
This dapper young fella is all dressed up to sing a classic from the King. We love the seafoam button-down and necktie. Sure, it's probably a clip-on, but have you ever tried to knot a double windsor? His stiff white hat is a throwback to the time George Strait first made 'Amarillo by Morning' a country hit in 1983.
George Strait may be retiring from the road, but that doesn't mean he's giving up his career in music. In a new interview, the 60-year-old entertainer reveals that he is already working on music for a new album.
Josh Turner could sing, but he wasn't much of a good luck charm for the Tennessee Titans on this date in 2006, George Strait visited the president in 2003, the IRS visited Willie Nelson in 1990 and more.
In January, George Strait will head out on the road for his last tour ever (or so he says). But the King of Country won't have to worry about his pocketbook once he takes himself off the touring circuit. He just invested in a San Antonio, Texas golf course to guarantee it.
With George Strait announcing a retirement from the road after his next tour, it's tempting to gush all over his new single 'Give It All We Got Tonight' like a school girl going on about a cute new teacher. A wave of nostalgia threatens objectivity, even though Strait will still be recording after 2014. The first song from his upcoming new album can be summed up in three words...
Oh no! In what seems to be a Halloween takeover, zombies have suspended on Nashville. Officials are warning area residents -- and country music fans in general -- to stay away from any artist suspected to have a taste for flesh.
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