The burgeoning country star reveals how being a starting QB in college influenced his career in music.
It was only a matter of time before Florida Georgia Line played the tailgate party of the big Florida-Georgia college football game. That time has finally come.
Musicians + Sports: Bush’s Gavin Rossdale On Tennis Players As Gladiators & Learning To Love American Football
Despite his English upbringing, Rossdale has been living on this side of the Atlantic long enough to pick up on American sporting traditions, including the NFL and NBA. But that doesn’t mean he’s lost any respect for the art of tennis.
The “Take It on Back” singer does just that as he reminisces about the glory days of the Houston Astros and watching the legendary Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Nolan Ryan hurl when he was a kid.
“The NFL was a very, very attainable goal,” the country music star and former North Carolina Tar Heels linebacker revealed during the exclusive video interview.
The Florida native almost bypassed a career in music as a budding young athlete with his eye on playing golf in college at Florida State University before an injury derailed that plan.
Musicians + Sports: Jerrod Niemann on Dreams of Sports Commentating and Waiting to Hear Back from Aaron Rodgers
The “Drink to That All Night” singer-songwriter wants another stab at making NFL game picks for CBS Local after a less than stellar showing against fellow country artists including Justin Moore and Rodney Atkins back in 2012.
A recent Change.org petition hoping to get Weird Al onstage during halftime of the year’s biggest football game got the “Eat Singer” thinking just what he would do if ever given the opportunity.
Watch Chris Daughtry discuss pro sports alliances, his time as a high school football player and why Lebron James would front his fantasy all-athlete band.
Halford is a major NBA fan, and talks about which song on Judas Priest’s upcoming album would sound great during a game.
Here’s how “Seven Nation Army” became the Raven’s “pump up” song…and the four songs the Ravens almost used instead.