“‘Automatic’ is a song about the good life,” Lambert said. “It’s about slowing down, taking a breath and remembering what it’s like to live life a little more simply.”
“If anybody’s been in a relationship for a long time they’ve all been through ‘Miss You.’ It’s a song about being in love and everything going great but being too busy to show love.”
Now he’s taking the GRAMMY stage, and the thrill is obviously as fresh as ever.
“I love soulful music and it just made sense to me to stretch a bit at this time and do something that fills my heart and allows me to explore a little bit,” she said of her upcoming album.
“I’m really loving collaboration right now. I see it as a bit of an apprenticeship. I want to be around people who love writing songs and have done it for years,” she said.
Today (December 11) he called into Minneapolis’ BUZ’N 102.9 (a Radio.com station) and shared what to expect from his new music and how, if at all, he has changed since his retirement.
Titled ‘Blame It All On My Roots: Five Decades of Influences,’ the box set will include Brooks covering 40 songs from artists who have influenced him, many of which he has already performed during his Vegas residency.
Lauren Alaina isn’t holding back on her next album. In an interview with Radio.com this summer, Alaina said she will be writing the majority of the songs on her next release.
“People cannot imagine how hard it is, how difficult it is just to walk [with MS]. To do the simplest task. A lot of us, like myself make it look pretty normal. It is a huge struggle because you literally have to think about making your legs move.”
Less than a week after he unveiled a teaser video to his fan club, the Church Choir, he followed through on his promise. It turns out, the “big” thing coming is his new single “The Outsiders,” which is now available on iTunes.