A hot night in Orange Beach with my wife and Brad paisley. Great show!
And then my wife had to get her "own" pic with Brad.
Got the opportunity to hang with Blake Shelton and our Bro'mance has officially begun!
On the bus with Thompson Square prior to Luke Bryan concert at The Wharf. 2 of my favs for sure!
Emerson Grace Black. Just the most precious little lady in the world.
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Checking in with Zac Brown on the bus before his Bayfest concert.
And here's Gary Allan showing off his Ugly Golf Champ bel;t he won after a round at Rock Creek in Fairhope before his Bayfest appearance.
Saint's weekend in New Orleans.
The star of "iCarly" came to the Eastern Shore Center to say hello to fans and raise money for the kids of St. Jude!
Saturday night at Soul Kitchen with The Harters and Randy Houser
Scotty McCreery was the guest of honor at the 16th birthday bash for Duck Dynasty’s Sadie Robertson.
The two sparked up a friendship over Twitter and met at the Grand Ole Opry during the CMA Music Festival earlier this month.
Scotty recalls, “I saw her tweet that she said she was in Nashville, so I said, ‘Hey, you want to come to the Opry?’ I’ve watched the show since season one and we had exchanged tweets before.”
Over the Opry visit, the pair dished about her upcoming birthday and a few phone calls later, Scotty agreed to perform at her Redneck Red Carpet birthday bash, which was held on June 17th at a vineyard at West Monroe, Louisiana.
While in town for the party, Scotty made time to go muddin’ with Sadie’s brother John Luke in his Jeep. Scotty says, “He said that he had taken [his Jeep] muddin' plenty of times and it had never got it stuck before. After that, we did more muddin' with four wheelers. That is when we got really muddy. It was just us and the mud, pretty much.”
Scotty adds, “I like the fact that they are who they say they are; they are who are good, normal folks who like to have fun. It’s really cool for me being so young and being in the public eye to have friends like John Luke and Sadie who are in the same boat. I am in an adult business and always around adults, so it’s nice to have friends who are in the spotlight and around my same age.”
Scotty is among the performers set for the concert special A Capitol Fourth, which airs at 8 p.m. ET next Thursday on PBS.