Darius Rucker will appear on the Late Show with David Letterman tonight (1/19). He returns to the H2O Frozen Over Tour with Brad Paisley in Green Bay, Wisconsin at the Resch Center on Thurs., January 20.
In more Rucker news, “Together, Anything’s Possible,” the song he wrote specifically to support the PGA TOUR’s charitable initiative by the same name, is being released to radio. Through a unique partnership between the PGA TOUR, Capitol Records Nashville, McGhee Entertainment and iTunes, all net proceeds of the song downloads for one year are being donated to PGA TOUR Charities, Inc., a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization.
For more details, visit PGATOUR.COM/Together.
Sea Gayle/Arista Nashville chart-topper Jerrod Niemann returned to his Liberal, KS, hometown on Saturday (1/15)— officially proclaimed Jerrod Niemann Day—to play a sold-out benefit concert for the Liberal High School Booster Club in front of more than 1200 fans. Niemann was presented with an array of hometown accolades, including an official Key to the City and a reading of the Jerrod Niemann Day proclamation from Mayor Tim Long.
Sibling trio The Band Perry will perform on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Friday, Jan. 28 and The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Monday, Jan. 31. In celebration of their Grammy and ACM nominations, The Band Perry will perform their Platinum single, “If I Die Young.” The band first announced the news via UStream live chat.