On November 11th Keith Urban was one of many great songwriters who was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. Each of them has to choose a person to present them during the gala. When Keith was asked, his response was "Dolly!"
He decided to write a letter asking her if she would do it. He told her she would be the best person for the job because of the massive influence she's had on his life and career, starting when he was a little kid and would sing her covers.
Keith received a handwritten note back from Dolly, letting him know that she would "love to do it."
Only Keith was aware that Dolly was going to be there. His fellow inductees, Kix Brooks, Casey Beathard, David Lee Murphy and Rafe Van Hoy, were completely surprised when she walked out from behind the stage.
Dolly started by sharing her admiration for all of the songwriters in the room and their dedication to the country music genre. Then she turned her attention to Keith, saying, "I'm sure all of you know and feel the same way, I have never seen a person with everything. Keith is so good looking, he's so nice, he's so kind and an unbelievable musician, singer, performer. But tonight, we get to honour him as a songwriter and I'm so happy that I get to be part of it."
Toby Keith made a surprise appearance at Jason Aldean's concert in Oklahoma City on Friday night. The two joined up for a collaboration of Toby's hit song, "Should've Been a Cowboy."
The crowd erupted into cheers and applause when Jason brought him out.
"I'm on my rehab tour," Toby joked. "If I'm not at my bar, I'm down at Hollywood Corners or I'm on stage with Jason Aldean. The Almighty's been riding shotgun and my ass is ready to get back to work!"
Jelly Roll has a great sense of humour and he's not afraid to laugh at himself. When he took a big fall recently, he had to share the blooper video with his fans.
He was really excited that his tour bus was allowed to pull onto the tarmac and right up to his private jet. Jelly Roll decided to record the special moment
As he's exiting the plane, Jelly Roll misses the last step and lands really hard. You can hear him say in the video, "Yeah, I think I broke something!"
People were there to help him up and make sure he was okay, which he was. But he had to put the footage together to give his fans a laugh.
Thankfully Luke Bryan has a good sense of humour.
He was playing a show in Orlando last week, when all of a sudden he stopped singing. He didn't realize that his fly was down the whole time he had been on stage.
Luke zipped up quickly and walked over to a fan in the first few rows to give her a high-five, telling her, "thank you for telling me."
"Why did none of you a--holes tell me?" he jokingly asked the crowd. There was a lot of laughter and cheers.
Luke and the band picked right back up where they left off.