Photos From The Road: Aldean, Covington, Lambert



Miranda Lambert’s new album, Revolution, comes out today (9/29) and she started this morning with a performance of her current single, “White Liar,” on Good Morning America. While there she ran into the Arizona Cardinals’ Larry Fitzgerald (R) who was also guesting on the ABC show.

She continues the Revolution tonight with a live performances on the Late Show with David Letterman (9/29), and later this week on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (10/1),  Ellen (10/5) and The Bonnie Hunt Show (10/7).


A capacity crowd of 10,000 braved torrential rain to catch Jason Aldean when his Wide Open tour stopped at Applebee’s Park in Lexington, KY on Friday night. Aldean’s show set new attendance records at the park, barely beating Hank Williams Jr.’s previous record by four tickets. Among the Nashvillians in attendance backstage were (L-R) GAC’s Suzanne Gordon, Billboard’s Ken Tucker and CMA Awards Executive Producer Robert Deaton.


buckyDedicated fans from as far away as New York and Massachusetts packed Bucky Covington’s hometown Rockingham, NC over the weekend, where he held his first hometown concert since competing on American Idol in 2006. Over 6,000 friends, fans, family and neighbors watched the show where he previewed songs from his upcoming sophomore album, I’m Alright. Near the end of the concert Rockingham Mayor Gene McLaurin took the stage to declare September 26 “Bucky Covington Day” and present the singer with a key to the city. While at home, Covington also lent a hand to the area’s BackPack Pals program, which provides nutritious weekend meals to underpriviledged students. He stopped by the organization’s facilities to help stuff backpacks and collected food and monetary donations at the concert.


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