Maddie Marlow Slams Cyber Bullies Following Election

The 2016 presidential election seems to have caused a rift among many Americans, with that divide growing ever more evident with the hurtful things people are saying about each other online. Maddie and Tae’s Maddie Marlow has noticed how strained things have become recently and she’s taken to social media to slam cyber bullies for the unkind things they’ve said. In a lengthy message posted on Instagram, Maddie said that having an opposing political view doesn’t make someone a bad person and it’s definitely no excuse to treat them poorly. Marlow said, “People complained about how both candidates were bullies in their own ways but YOU are the bully by bashing people on our social media for thinking differently than you. GOD FORBID you experience diversity here on Earth.”


·         Maddie then said Jesus wouldn’t bash someone for a thinking differently, but would rather be “loving on EVERYONE.” She also said, “It is not our job as Christians to try to tell people they are wrong for what they believe. It’s our job as followers of Christ to LOVE OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS even if they are different than us!”

·         She then wrapped up the message by saying, “If your political views define who you are as a human and you can’t stand to have friends that have different views than you, than you need to reevaluate my friend.”

·         The full message can be seen here.


Maddie And Tae Replace Tyler Farr On Lee Brice Tour

After Tyler Farr was placed on vocal rest Maddie and Tae were happy to step for him and help their friend Lee Brice kick off his “Life Off My Years Tour.” The duo’s Tae Dye says that the two were scheduled to write for the next album when they received the call about joining the tour, but quickly made a few changes to accommodate the new tour schedule and help out their friends.

Keith Urban & Vince Gill Return For All For The Hall Benefit Concert

The sixth annual All For The Hall Benefit Concert will return to Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on April 12th. Keith Urban and Vince Gill will return for the annual event, which raises money each year for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The concert will feature performances from Urban and Gill along with Luke Bryan, Peter Frampton, Florida Georgia Line, Emmylou Harris, Sam Hunt, Jason Isbell, Maddie & Tae, and Maren Morris.

Maddie and Tae’s Debut Album Debuts At #2

Maddie and Tae’s debut studio album, Start Here, has debuted at #2 on the Billboard Country Chart, with 28,000 units sold and streamed. The duo outsold all other country acts except Luke Bryan and also found #7 spot on the all-genre albums chart. The album’s big debut just adds to the banner year Maddie Marlow and Tae Dye have been having, which also includes their recently-announced three nominations at the upcoming 49th Annual CMA Awards.


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