On Wednesday night, Kacey Musgraves stopped by The Not-Too-Late Show with Elmo on HBO to sing a remake of the classic Sesame Street song “Rubber Duckie!”
Since the pandemic began forcing shutdowns in March, Kip Moore has been in East Kentucky, just being quiet and contemplative — writing songs, reading, and exploring the outdoors. Kip has documented some of his quarantine experience and breaks down the recording of his fourth album, Wild World, in the documentary 7 Days at the Rock, which premieres tonight (May 28th) at 9pm ET/8pm CT on Outside TV. Filmed by Moore’s friend PJ Brown, the documentary is set at the “BedRock,” a lodge that Moore built with another friend, Jeremy Salyers, to accommodate weary hikers and rock climbers at Red River Gorge at budget-friendly prices.
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@lifeinrewindfilms was suppose to meet me in Australia and Japan to film a piece back in March. The world got flipped upside down as I was headed to the airport, so We pivoted and ended up in Kentucky. I always find simplicity here. Watch the “7 Days at the Rock” documentary on May 28 at 9/8 CST on @outsidetv
Carrie Underwood and husband Mike Fisher open up about their marriage, parenting, heartbreaks, and purpose in a new four-part short film series, addressing the question, “In all the ups and downs of life and relationships, how do you find solid ground?” The first episode aired this week on iamsecond.com. “We wanted to do this to share some of our personal journey in hopes that viewers will be inspired by it, and maybe even take one more step in pursuing a relationship with God,” said Carrie. Look for new episodes airing each week.