Keith Urban gets into the fashion business, Dierks Bentley releases "Riser" and Blake Shelton wants to bring Garth Brooks into the digital age.
FOX News Radio's Entertainment Correspondent, Sabrina Sabbagh has the scoop on the Country music stars making headlines this week:
I'm Sabrina Sabbagh.
Keith Urban has come out with his own t-shirt line.
Urban: "I just want a little bit of everything..." (song)
His collaborator is Industrial Revolution II, which is devoted to what they call collective prosperity-- where they invest 50% of their profits into their workers, families and local community.
Bentley: "It's just an old beat up box, its rusty strings..." (song)
Dierks Bentley is out with "Riser". The album spans from his father's death to his son's birth. When he started writing songs, he said it was from a place of grief that ended up in a place of gratitude.
Shelton: "But it would sure be cool if you did..." (song)
Brooks: "'Cause I've got friends in low places..." (song)
Brooks wants fans to buy his entire albums, so he won't make his catalogs available to online music sellers. But, Shelton hates to think that fans can't get Brooks' music whenever they want. Adding, that he doesn't even have a CD player anymore.
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