A woman in California was asked to leave one of Brad Paisley's
concert because she was breastfeeding her baby real close to the stage. The woman was at Paisley's concert in San Diego on Thursday night when an officer from the Chula Vista Police Department asked her to leave the area, saying the child could be crushed from a potential surge from the crowd or could be impacted from loud noise coming from speakers. After the woman posted a video on YouTube in protest, the police department wrote on its website, "The Chula Vista Police Department's involvement in the incident was due to the welfare and safety of the infant and not due to a mother's legal right to breastfeed in public."
returned to Canada this past Wednesday and Thursday night with two incredible sold-out shows during the Calgary Stampede. It has been ten years since the star has performed live in Canada. Each night 14,000 people packed the Scotiabank Saddledome to see Twain’s high-energy performance, which showcased many of her greatest hits. Following her Calgary performances, Shania returned to the Las Vegas stage for her residency show, Shania: Still The One
at The Colosseum at Caesars over the weekend. (Photo Credit: www.musicrow.com
sits on the top of the country charts this week with his second consecutive number one single "Whiskey in My Water" and the song has been certified gold. "Whiskey in My Water" has also surpassed over 3 million VEVO views and counting. Farr was just featured on Billboard’s
first ever Billboard Artist 100
Chart, landing at #93. The chart is the first-ever weekly ranking dedicated to measuring artist activity across our most influential charts, and blends album sales, track sales, radio airplay, streaming and social media fan interaction to provide a weekly multi-dimensional ranking of an artist's popularity across all the main means of music consumption. Tyler will be touring as part of Brantley Gilbert's
just announced second leg of his "Let It Ride Tour."
Tomorrow, Garth Brooks enters the digital world as www.garthbrooks.com
will offer his music catalogue for the first time digitally. Garth is the only artist whose music has never been for sale throuh digital media like iTunes. Garth addressed the digital music venture at last week's Nashville press conference, he said: "What’s coming – I’m gonna tell you right now – people are going to mistake for giving it away, but I’m not. There’s gonna be a window coming with this digital era, for anyone who’s waited for Garth Brooks to go digital – to get it all at a stupid price.