Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani have made good use of their time in quarantine, and one of the results was released this morning. New duet single.

"Happy Anywhere" focuses on how, with the right person by your side, it doesn't matter where you are or what the circumstances are. In a press release, Shelton says "there's never been a better time for" the song, given the ongoing COVID-19 quarantine that is keeping people at home for the most part.

Shelton and Stefani performed the song today on Today show.

On Saturday (July 25), Concert in a car at Bangor Drive-In and 300+ drive-ins around North America ,. Stefani and Trace Adkins will be his special guests for the set, during which Shelton previously hinted that they "might even introduce something brand new." Now you know what it'll be.


Tim McGraw celebrates small-town life in his new single also released today, "Hallelujahville." The song, from the forthcoming Here on Earth album,

Over a simple piano line, McGraw tells the story of high school sweethearts living a quaint, but happy, life "in a place where time stands still." Ends each chorus, "Can I get an 'Amen' for livin' in Hallelujahville?"

Here on Earth will be McGraw's first solo album since 2015'

Taylor Swift surprised with a new album release overnight too.

Luke Bryan's 2020 Farm Tour is a no go due to the coronavirus pandemic. The annual autumn run of shows on farms across small town America was also a fundraiser to provide scholarships to kids from farming families to attend college. Bumped to 2021

Luke Combs is looking forward to touring in 2021. New dates have been announced

The What You See Is What You Get 2021 Tour includes all 2020 shows rescheduled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The tour will end in Boston. December 2nd and 3rd 2021 instead of December 3 and 4 this year.

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