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2018 Highlights: MegaCountry’s Top Five Blogs of the Year

Take a look back on the news you craved the most.

Country music in 2018 had plenty of tours, awards and new to write about. Let’s take a look back on some of your favorite blog posts and happenings!

1. Sam Smith Taps Cam As Opener For His The Thrill Of It All Tour

Cam checked off some major boxes for her career this year by opening for Sam Smith this year in June and July, like playing at Madison Square Garden. The pairing seemed like fate as Cam, Smith and Tyler Johnson co-penned “Palace,” featured on Smith’s most recent album. Prior to heading out on the road, Cam called Smith “...one of the greatest singers of our generation. To be associated with his show – that voice, those songs, that heart – it’s a tremendous compliment, and I can’t wait to share my music with his audience every night.”

2. Jason Aldean Is Going ‘Neon’ On His New 2018 Tour

Jason Aldean broke records with his 2018 album Rearview Town. It only makes sense that he would set out on the 34-date amphitheater and arena High Noon Neon Tour. Aldean brought out Luke Combs and Lauren Alaina for the summer shows.

3. The ‘Summer Plays On’ For Darius Rucker & Lady Antebellum

When we look back on show-stopping summer moments, we easily recall Lady Antebellum and Darius Rucker’s co-headlining Summer Plays On Tour. Memorable moments include Rucker and Lady Antebellum joining together for hit songs like “Hold My Hand.” The 30-day summer trek started in Toronto and ended up in Bristow, VA.

4. Country Stars Who Have Their Own Restaurants

Making some 2019 travel plans? Might we suggest making them around some of your favorite country artists’ own restaurants! Take a look back to see where Alan Jackson, Dierks Bentley, Toby Keith, Justin Timberlake, Blake Shelton and John Rich have made a culinary footprint.

5. Shania Twain Kicks of NOW World Tour, Here’s What Happened!

As Shania Twain embarked on her first world tour in 15 years, fans certainly set their calendars for when the 77-date tour came to their hometown. Twain brought out all the stops with a full-fledged arena production which kicked off in Tacoma, Washington and ends in Dunedin, New Zealand.

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