Links we have mentioned on the show

Hunter Hayes will kick off his We're Not Invisible Tour March 20 in Pikeville, KY. Danielle Bradbery and  Dan + Shay will open on the 19-city run, which wraps May 31 in Estero, FL. More here.
Lady Antebellum are extending their Take Me Downtown Tour from 60 dates to 80, with a summer leg getting underway in Phoenix March 22 at Ak-Chin Pavilion. Special guests Kip Moore and Kacey Musgraves are currently opening and will continue to do so on the first newly announced summer shows. A combination of Billy Currington, David Nail and Joe Nichols will support the remaining dates. More here.

In other Lady A news: The band will be performing as part of this year's Carnival Live Concert Series from Carnival Cruise Lines. Booked passengers can purchase tickets for $20-$40. VIP tickets are available for $100-$150. More here.
Carrie Underwood topped Forbes' list of Top-Earning American Idols 2013. She made $31 million last year between sales of Blown Away, touring and endorsement deals. Kelly Clarkson came in second at $7 million, Scotty McCreery ranked sixth at $3 million and Kellie Pickler tied for eighth at $1.5 million. See the full list here.

In other Carrie news, Underwood has been named a Global Brand Ambassador for Almay. The company will begin using Underwood to promote their beauty products in global multimedia campaigns this week. Exclusive behind-the-scenes content will be available here throughout the partnership.

Dierks Bentley will open the 2014 Riser Tour May 9 in Charlotte. Chris Young, Chase Rice and Jon Pardi are also on the bill. Tickets for select shows will go on sale Jan. 24 as part of Live Nation's Country Megaticket. More here.

Kacey Musgraves will join pop artist Katy Perry for selected dates on the Prismatic World Tour, which runs Aug, 10 to 31. "As a longtime fan, I couldn’t be more thrilled to be a part of this and join such a strong woman on the road," Musgraves says. "Her audiences are amazing and I love that she supports all genres." Musgraves and Perry have written together and performed together at Perry's We Can Survive benefit concert last year at the Hollywood Bowl. Full list of tour dates here.

  Jennifer Nettles visited The Late Show With David Letterman Tuesday (1/14) to perform "Falling" from her album That Girl. Watch at 38:30 here. She also dropped in to NBC-TV's Today that morning for a quick chat with host Matt Lauer and to perform "Falling" from her album That Girl. Watch here.