Tim McGraw's sculpted physique might be headed to "dad bod" territory. He posted a photo of a medical walking boot on his right foot, and captioned it, "Too much spearfishing and beach volleyball. Two stress fractures."According to the Internet, stress fractures can take six to eight weeks to heal. Even worse, they're an "overuse injury" so I bet the doctors are yelling at him to pull back on his workouts and stop acting like he's still a 20-year-old. Tim's 51.
One more thing about Tim. On Monday, he'll be releasing the lyric video to his song, "Neon Church"... and it's interesting. He posted a teaser clip that looks like artists painting with neon... and then it says, "Lyric video made only with light."
Garth Brooks held a press conference yesterday to announce he'll be doing a multi-year stadium tour. It's looking like 10 to 12 cities each year for three years. There are no dates yet, but we do know two of the stops will be The Dome at America's Center in St. Louis, and State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
His wife Trisha Yearwood will NOT be opening, but "might turn up occasionally as a surprise guest." He's planning to bring some younger acts that are ready to make the move to larger arenas.
Cole Swindell is in the moonshine business. The legal kind. He announced yesterday that Cole's Peppermint Moonshine is officially on the market. If you'd like details on where to buy it, hit up Sugarlands.com. (Yes, it's spelled "Sugarlands" with an "s.")
The website also has info on how to order it because it's not available everywhere. And if you're the creative type, they even have "Cole Swindell peppermint moonshine recipes." They actually look tasty.