10/26/21 Nashville Minute

(Memphis, TN) — Kane Brown is on the mend after falling off the stage during a show in Memphis. The country star rolled his ankle before stumbling back on stage and finishing the show in obvious pain. He shared a video on social media that shows a tennis ball-sized lump on his right ankle. The recovery time is about two weeks.

— Australia’s Biggest International Country Music Festival is returning in 2022. Headliners at CMC Rocks include Morgan Evans, Brad Paisley and Kane Brown. The event is slated for September. The full lineup will be announced sometime next year.

— A lady stranded on a rural Tennessee road with her two children says Luke Bryan came to her rescue. It happened Sunday morning along a dangerous curve near Columbia. Courtney Potts tells “Taste of Country” she was stopped on the side of the road with a flat tire when Bryan pulled up alongside her. The country star owns land in the area and was taking his boys, Bo and Tate, hunting. Potts said it took him about 30 minutes to change her tire, and he was kind enough to pose for a picture afterward.

— Maddie & Tae are slated to headline CMT’s Next Women of Country Tour. The 16-date tour kicks off on January 6th in Oklahoma City. Past headliners include Martina McBride, Jennifer Nettles and Kelsea Ballerini. Callista Clark and Sacha will open the shows. Tickets go on sale this Friday.

— Ashley McBryde is extending her This Town Talks tour. The 2021 leg wraps up in mid-December in Indianapolis. Next year, however, McBryde has added 18 stops through April. It was supposed to wrap up in January. Tickets are on sale now.