Oh geez, here we go again. Another country cross-over is throwing their 10 gallon hat into the Nashville ring so to speak.
Kevin Costner is fulfilling his boyhood dream of singing for a living and will be releasing his first country-rock album with his band, Modern West, this November.
Costner told People that his acting career has been great, but when he looks out into a crowd while on stage with his band it just feels right.
Well everyone is entitled to do what feels right, but can't they all feel right doing punk or jazz or something other than country?
If you're curious, you can check out Modern West here.
For any of you out there like me with a screaming preteen who is in love with The Jonas Brothers, you now can say you've listened to one of their songs.
The Jonai (I'm not that clever, that's actually a Perez Hilton phrase) are now covering Shania Twain's Gonna Getcha Good in their concerts. Heck, who knows, it may bring you country lovers closer to your Disney-loving teenie weenie boppers.
You can thank me later, I'm the peacemaker, I'm all about bringing the love back y'all.
Snoop Dogg has apparently taken a real liking to country and now is set to cover "I Walk the Line" on the new Johnny Cash Remixed album which will be out October 14.
John Carter Cash, executive producer of the album, said in a statement: "[Johnny Cash] would have loved this remix record. While it stays true to the original recordings, this CD touches on undiscovered ground. This is what my father was about: staying true to tradition while creating groundbreaking new music."
Perez Hilton has a remix that someone named Love to Infinity (or is it a group? Hell, I don't have a clue, even after Googling it). Anyway, they've done some messing around with the Dolly Parton classic, 9 to 5, and I actually love it. I think it's awesome because you know it'll be making the rounds in all the dance clubs and anything to bring attention to my favorite, favorite, FAVORITE almost-old-enough-to-be-my-grandma singer is a great thing. I can just imagine drag queens dressed up as Dolly dancing to this song.
I totally have the feeling if Dolly heard it (which she probably has) she'd get a big kick out of it.
Listen to the remix here