is a passionate guy and this week he's been all over the news and Twitter fighting ticket scalpers who take his ticket prices and charge the fans double and triple for tickets to his shows. During one spat Moore had on Twitter he challenged one ticket scalper to meet him and hash it out in Florida. It's not clear if the scalper showed up, but Kip did call in to a radio show to defend his stance on ticket scalping. The debate went on for twenty minutes, with the show’s host saying Justin makes money either way so why should he care? Justin said “that's not the way I see things. I never set out to make music to make lots of money, and when those scalpers take their opportunity to go in that show man it burns me, it rubs me really wrong."
As we mentioned yesterday, Garth Brooks
is set to kick off his world tour and the first stop is Chicago. It will be the first time Garth has played Chicago in 17 years and the date is September 4, 7:30 PM at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois. Tickets will be on sale Friday, July 25th at 10:00 AM Central. There will be a six ticket limit per purchase. They can be purchased at www.ticketmaster.com
and will run you about $65.50.
will be splashed across movie theaters all over the country as NBC Sports Group today announced that on Friday, a new cinema spot starring Underwood performing "Waiting All Day for Sunday Night," the opening theme for primetime television’s number one program,Sunday Night Football
on NBC. The piece is a 2½-minute behind-the-scenes look at the making of this year’s Sunday Night Football
show open featuring Underwood and NFL stars. The announcement was made during NBC Sports Group’s presentation at the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour in Los Angeles. (Photo Credit: www.countrymusicislove.com
says of his chart topper – a song he co-wrote – "Whiskey In My Water" after learning of its success on top of the chart this week, "It is truly humbling and I am very grateful. I couldn’t ask for a better management team and my record label staff at Columbia Records. And to the fans…Y’all are awesome! Thank you for making this happen, and especially to country radio for all of your continued support from the beginning. Any day I can wake up and play country music for a living is a good day to me. Thank you!"