Eric Church Inspires Jurassic World Star:
Chris tells GQ that he listened to Eric's song "Dark Side" over and over to get into his character. He even would recite Eric's name as part of a mantra just before shooting a scene.
Eric's got a couple of prestigious gigs lined up in the next couple of weeks. He'll play at Willie Nelson's Fourth of July picnic in Austin, Texas, and two days later he'll be part of an Austin City Limits Live show honoring Waylon Jennings.
Zac Brown Rules The Charts Again:
Dropping from number-one into the second slot is That's What I Call Country, Volume 8. Moving up one spot to number-three is Sam Hunt's Montevallo, followed by Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard's Django and Jimmie, which also climbs a notch to number-four. And Little Big Town's Pain Killer surges from the eighth position to round out the Top 5.
On The Rise: Dustin Lynch "Hell Of A Night"
- Background: “Where It’s At” hit-maker Zach Crowell co-wrote “Hell of a Night” with songwriters Jaron Boyer and Adam Sanders. It’s the second single from Dustin’s sophomore album.
- Going On Now: Dustin is on tour all summer with Luke Bryan.
- What’s Next: Dustin hits Nashville’s Vanderbilt Stadium on Luke’s Kick the Dust Up tour on July 11th.
Carrie's Back For SNF
The network announced the news via Twitter: "Great to have Carrie Underwood back for another season of Sunday Night Football." The series of tweets reveal that the players starring in the open are the Giants' Odell Beckham, Jr, the Cowboys' Dez Bryant, the Eagles' DeMarco Murray and the Packers' Clay Matthews.