As someone who has relatives who are active in the military, Carly Pearce realizes that when you volunteer to serve our country, it’s a decision that affects the entire family.
As this Memorial Day weekend draws closer, Carly says she’s very grateful for these brave men and women, and their families.
“I feel like families who have someone or a loved one in the military, it is a whole family sacrifice. You have to think about life with this person in a different city, in a different state, in a different country. You don’t know when you’re gonna be able to speak to them. They may be gone for a long periods of time, they may be gone suddenly. It takes a toll on a family and I think there has to be strength throughout the family, and it’s just a really amazing thing that people are strong enough to handle those things and want to make that sacrifice all around for our country.”
Tim McGraw has made the decision that the show will not go on. His 2020 Here on Earth Tour has officially been canceled.
Jason Aldean is another artist pulling the plug on his 2020 tour this week. He shared the news on Instagram yesterday.
In the meantime, Jason and his family continue to stay quarantined at their Florida beach house.
Sugarland buffered their bad news — tour cancellation — with some good news — new music — on social media yesterday. The duo shared a video message to fans explaining that there will be no There Goes the Neighborhood Tour 2020. Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush told fans that while they won’t share a release date on the new music, it’s coming soon.