After a slight summer break, the Kickin’ It with Kix podcast is back! With Suzanne feeling under the weather yet again, Kix talks about how singers try to prevent getting full-blown sick. He details the nightmare for artists that is cancelling shows. Plus, he recalls his heart-to-heart conversation with Keith Urban when Keith was experiencing vocal problems.
Last month, Brooks & Dunn closed out the second day of Michigan’s Faster Horses Festival. Kix talks about all his adventures at the event including B&D’s pre-show interview and watching Billy Currington and Chris Janson’s sets. And, Suzanne looks back on attending the festival during its first year and meeting Cole Swindell for the first time.
The trio also talks about Reba’s recent news as she will be honored by the Kennedy Center and the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame later this year. And, one listener wants to know what the deal is with songs debuting on the chart within the Top 30 and disappearing for weeks before making their return. Kix, Suzanne, and Lonnie answer that question in detail and discuss the recent log-jam within the Top 10.
Reba McEntire Named 2018 Kennedy Center Honoree for Lifetime Artistic Achievement (Nash Country Daily)