One thing’s for sure: Trace Adkins is a strong example of what tough people do -- not only in his music, but also in life. The four-time Grammy-nominated artist has seen great success as well as devastating loss -- especially the 2011 loss of his house in an electrical fire while the singer was traveling to Alaska. Since then, he has realized the necessity of making every moment count, and that includes being bluntly honest when needed.
Trace Adkins upset some viewers during his performance of 'We Three Kings' and 'The Christmas Song' at the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting Wednesday night, which was broadcast nationwide on NBC. The actual performance was stirring and elegant, however, Adkins' Confederate flag earpiece is what people have been talking about since.
Trace Adkins will usher in the 2012 holiday season with an appearance at the 86th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, one of the country's most-beloved festive traditions. The Louisiana native will join thousands of Americans as they line the streets of Manhattan on Nov. 22 to witness an incredible lineup of new balloons, floats and superstar musical acts.
Hurricane Sandy crashed into the east coast on Monday night, and Trace Adkins was among a handful of country singers trying to stay safe in the Big Apple. Chely Wright and Billy Ray Cyrus also took to Twitter to describe what was happening as the 100-year storm flooded the New Jersey and New York coastline.
The season of giving is rapidly approaching, and who better to remind us to do our part to help our fellow man than Trace Adkins? The singer has been appointed the spokesman for the 2012 American Red Cross Holiday Giving Campaign.
Josh Thompson, Rodney Atkins, Justin Moore and Trace Adkins are just a few of the big-name artists who have lent their songs to the new release from the NRA, ‘This Is NRA Country Vol. 1.’ The 12-track CD features several gun-friendly tunes, including Thompson’s ‘Way Out Here,’ Atkins’ ‘Cleaning This Gun,’ Moore’s ‘This Is NRA Country’ and Adkins’ ‘More of Us.’
Trace Adkins can now add narrator to his never-ending list of career accomplishments. Adkins has teamed up with the Smithsonian National Postal Museum to present the true children’s story of Owney — the dog famous for riding the rails and visiting Post Offices across the country in the 1890s — in a new eBook.
Trace Adkins will take a different approach to his usual headlining arena shows this spring. The iconic country star plans to strip down his set and play in more intimate theater settings on his just-announced Songs and Stories Tour.
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