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Kenny Chesney Starts Spread The Love Fund w Donation

Donations, Proceeds from downloads of “Spread The Love” Go To Injured @ the Boston Marathon In Need of Prosthetics + The Care that Goes with Them Boston: Like so many, Kenny Chesney watched the bombings at the Boston Marathon in incredulity and horror. The idea that people who’d trained so hard, who’d improved and become better runners for the iconic race – and those who’d turned out to cheer them on – would be injured was unthinkable. Like so many, he didn’t know what to do; like so many people, he wanted to make a difference. After careful consideration, Chesney reached out to WKLB-FM and explained his desire to help fund and support prosthetics for the people who were having or would ultimately need amputations. Saddened by the state of the world, he wanted to sow healing for the nation’s souls, as well as the broken bodies of the people affected. Beyond making a sizeable donation for seed money, Chesney decided to put his m


This spring, country music legends Aaron Tippin, Joe Diffie and Sammy Kershaw join forces to release All in the Same Boat, a collaborative album inspired by the trio's current tour, "Roots & Boots". The 12-track album is set for national sales release on May 28, 2013 (Big Hit Records). "The idea for this album came about after the success of our 'Roots & Boots' tour," notes Kershaw. "Joe and Aaron and I go out together on the road and play and do our hits and the fans go nuts… so we thought, 'why not just make this tour an album?'" The 12-track album features all-new music as well as freshly recorded versions of a few familiar songs like Tippin's smash hit "Kiss This" and Kershaw's 1993 chart topper "She Don't Know She's Beautiful." "I decided to go with two brand new songs and one old Neil Young song, 'Heart of Gold,' for my tunes on the album," says Diffie. &qu

The McGraw vs Curb Battle Goes On

Curb Records Responds To Positive News That The Big Machine / Tim McGraw Issues Will Be Heard By The Federal Court Nashville, Tenn. (April 30, 2013) - Curb Records, Inc. was pleased to learn that Nashville’s Federal Court took jurisdiction of Curb Records’ continuing lawsuit with Tim McGraw and Big Machine Records. The lawsuit raises issues of tremendous significance which are important not only to Curb Records, but also to the recording industry and many other industries – the enforceability of contracts in Tennessee. Curb Records contends in the lawsuit that: McGraw ignored his obligation to deliver his required Fifth Option Period album to Curb Records; and The album he did provide, Emotional Traffic, consisted of old material recorded before the time during which he was permitted to record the Fifth Option Period album; and McGraw ignored his delivery obligations and Curb Records’ approval rights; and McGraw destroyed or erased many recordings owned by Curb Records; and McGraw re

Maybe the Worst Singer in NFL!!!

Peyton Manning Children's Hospital Gala 4/27/2013. Luke Bryan was the entertainment with Peyton on stage singing Folsom Prison Blues & Luckenbach Texas. Greatest QB but whew...:)

George Jones Memorial on WSMV.Com...Ch 4..TNN on Thursday

The public memorial service for George Jones will be televised by WSMV Ch 4 NBC Nashville on Thursday Morning at 10am May 2.. Available in Middle Tennessee on Channel Four WSMV Nashville.... Worldwide on available for smart phones... Also available on various cable systems around the country The Nashville Network TNN

Kellie Pickler's Injured Drummer Surprises

From Kellie: Hey Y’all, So I had a show in MN on Thursday night then bussed it to Illinois for another gig. I cannot even describe how beautifully overwhelming last night’s show was. Not only were the people amazing but I also witnessed a miracle. Many of you know about my drummer Gregg and the horrible car accident he was just recently in. Gregg has played drums for me since my very 1st show after Idol. He has NEVER missed a show in the 7 yrs he’s been with me. Last night we happened to be playing in Gregg’s hometown so his family and Gregg were able to come to the show. Little did I know Gregg was going to surprise me by playing drums for my encore song “Red High Heels”. When I hit the stage and saw that Gregg was now sitting behind his drum set I fell to pieces. It was special moment for me as well as my band and crew. For those who do not believe in miracles, we witnessed one last night. There is so much power in prayers, thank you all again for keeping Gregg in yours. XO Pickl

Alabama Sings a Salute to George jones

Aldean's Divorce!

Jason Aldean and wife Jessica have filed for divorced... Citing irreconcilable differences, the country star filed for divorce in Williamson County, Tenn., court on April 26.

Alan Jackson Salutes George Jones

George is Gone but the Other Old Dogs Still Working...


Nashville, Tenn. (April 28, 2013) – George Jones’ funeral will take place on Thursday, May 2nd at The Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee, starting at 10 am and will be open to the public. "George would have wanted his fans and friends everywhere to be able to come and pay their respects along with his family," said publicist Kirt Webster. "Thanks to George’s friends, fans, and loved ones for the outpouring of love at this terrible time," said Nancy Jones. "I love you all." A private visitation for family, friends, and fellow performers will take place on Wednesday evening. Since this is private, please call 615-777-6995 x230 for time and location. “The Voice” of Country Music fell silent with the passing of the iconic legend, George Jones in Nashville at the age of 81. Long recognized as country music’s most indescribable voice by not only the fans, but critics in all genres, the music world continues to mourn the loss of its’ fine

Multiple Reports of Taylor Swift Paying $17.5 Million Cash for Rhode Island House

A Remembering George Jones Weekend......

Keith Richard's Letter to George Jones

Billy Currington Turns Himself In

Police suspect country singer Billy Currington may have videotaped himself chasing a 70-year-old tour boat captain along a coastal Georgia creek and threatening to "finish him off" in a tirade filled with profanities, according to court documents filed Thursday. The boat captain, Charles Harvey Ferrelle, and his two passengers told police Currington was holding a camera when he became outraged and made the threats April 15 after they passed him on the dock of a $3.5 million waterfront home near Tybee Island. "They were in fear of this man and a possible attack against Mr. Ferrelle, and possibly everyone there, as his behaviour was 'out of control' as described by all three persons," Savannah-Chatham County Police Detective Alycia Rice wrote in an affidavit filed in Chatham County Superior Court. Currington, 39, was charged with making terroristic threats and abuse of an elderly person by a grand jury Wednesday. Each charge is a felony punishable by one to


(Nashville, Tennessee...) - Three weeks after kicking off the release of her critically-acclaimed Right On Time album with a performance on "The Today Show," Gretchen Wilson heads back to New York to guest co-host "The View" on Thursday, April 25, 2013. She will join Whoopie Goldberg, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Sherri Shepherd and Barbara Walters, as longtime co-host Joy Behar transitions out of the show. "I'm not sure if they knew what they were getting themselves into, when they booked me for the show," said Gretchen. "This will be completely different from what I do every day, but I'm really looking forward to hanging out with these strong women and maybe even stirring things up!" Gretchen's first album in three years, the 13-cut Right On Time, hit stores nationwide on Tuesday, April 2. Associated Press said of the new music, "...Wilson rocks as hard as she desires while choosing songs that represent her lifestyle and point of

Grace Potter “Surprises” Kenny Chesney

Grace Potter “Surprises” Kenny Chesney Joins Him Onstage for The Joint at the Hard Rock Las Vegas’ 4th Birthday Las Vegas: When Kenny Chesney rolled into Las Vegas to celebrate the 4th Anniversary of the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino’s state of the art concert room The Joint – which Chesney had joined legendary Paul McCartney, Bon Jovi and the Killers for their opening run of shows – he wanted to do something special to mark the event. Beyond scaling his stadium-sized show to fit in the most intimate room his tour will play, one with site lines being no more than 300 feet from the stage, the high energy performer knew it was going to take a little something more to dazzle the crowd used to having the best of everything. Enter Grace Potter, the soul-roots-rocker who joined him for the Grammy nominated Vocal Duet “You & Tequila.” With a rare break in her vigorous touring schedule, the “Paris (Oooh La La)” singer and VH-1 Diva popped into Vegas for the se

Reese Witherspoon and Hubby Jim Toth Arrested in Atlanta

He was dui she was will be hearing if not already!

The Last Rolling of the Trees At Auburn's Toomer's Corner :(((

Taylor Swift May Buy This Estate in Rhode Island..Walked the Property in Last Week

Robin Williams Working and Playing in Atlanta

Cool Spring Afternoon at Nashville's Percy Warner Park

Ran into Nashville actress Connie Britton and her young son up here in the park today....

Trace Adkins with Keith Urban & Vince Gill Backing Up

Some Happy Georgians!

Vince and Eddie at Crossroads

Nashville, TN - April 15, 2013 -- Country music Hall of Famer Vince Gill just returned from performing at Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival held at Madison Square Garden in New York City on April 12 and 13. Gill performed both nights. On Friday, April 12, he accompanied guitarist Andy Fairweather-Low and host Clapton on two of Clapton's biggest hits: "Lay Down Sally" and "Wonderful Tonight." On Saturday, April 13, Gill and his band performed alongside guitar great Albert Lee and fellow country music star Keith Urban. They performed the following songs: "Ain't Living Long Like This" (Rodney Crowell song); "Leave My Woman Alone" (Ray Charles song, Lee on lead vocals); "Tumbling Dice" (Rolling Stones song, Urban on lead vocals) and "Set Me Up" (Mark Knopfler song, recorded by Eric Clapton). Proceeds from the 2-day concert benefit the Crossroads Centre founded by Eric Clapton, a drug treatment center


Georgia Native Aldean Tailgates With Fans And Brings Ludacris On Stage For A Special Surprise Performance Nashville, TN- April 13, 2013- ACM Male Vocalist of the Year Jason Aldean headlined the first ever concert at the University of Georgia's Sanford Stadium for over 60K fans tonight. The monumental country music event started early with Aldean's fans taking tailgating to a new level, and when the Georgia native himself made a surprise appearance in the parking lot, hysteria ensued. Aldean's 90 minute set showcased hit after hit including "Hicktown," "Big Green Tractor" and "My Kinda Party," as well as his current single "1994," on one of the biggest outdoor stages in the nation with high resolution video panels, pyrotechnics and a helicopter flyover. Luke Bryan jumped on stage to perform the reigning ACM Vocal Event of the Year "The Only Way I Know," then the stadium erupted when GRAMMY award winner and fellow


Ft Lauderdale: With a sea turtle protection curfew of 9:30 on South Lauderdale Beach, Kenny Chesney rocked the Tortuga Music Festival like only he can. In addition to a packed house on-site, the public access was filled with thousands, people hung out of hotel and condo windows and over 60 boats anchored just off the coast for Chesney’s two hour set as the sun disappeared. “Looks like we’ve got us a navy,” Chesney said after the concert. “If you’re a No Shoes Nation, I guess you’ve got to have one! And man, were some of those boats pretty…” Sailboats, row boats, yachts and cigarette boats were all bobbing a few hundred feet from the shore throughout the evening with their party lights blinking. The Coast Guard had a few boats in the water as well to maintain proper distance and decorum, but even they seemed to enjoy the show. In addition to Hemingway’s Whiskey’s breezy “Goin’ Coastal,” Chesney broke out “Back Where I Come

Happy 100th Birthday Daddy!! April 13,1913 to October 4,1985

And they only touched the sides of the Bucket

Taylor and Ed at Disney

Brad Paisley on GMA with 5 Year Old Drummer

333,000,000 Results on Google!! “Goodbye Earl” and “Boot in Your Ass” don’t even register on the Richter scale when you put Brad Paisley’s “Accidental Racist” in the contest. Cut 14 of 17 on “Wheelhouse” is a tune that will go down in the books. Mean people, educators, gossip bloggers, deep thinkers and morons had two cents or more to put into the discussion. Try it yourself…Google search: Accidental Racist Friday at 9:35am C 333,000,000 results….I typed in Goodbye Earl : 2,450,000 results…let’s try Charlie Daniels: 15,900,000 results…I typed in Brad Paisley and got 199,000,000. The song is more famous than the artist!! This is crazy! I heard this song a month or so before it went public. Brad played it for me. I sat up a little straighter after the first chorus..When LL Cool J popped in I really sat up straight. When it was over I just said out loud, That should get some attention. The understatement of the year. Read the write up in, the Princeton professor of Af


TO OPEN AT THE COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME® AND MUSEUM NASHVILLE, Tenn. (April 11, 2013) – The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will unveil a special spotlight exhibit dedicated to singer Lee Greenwood on May 10. Lee Greenwood: American Patriot, which will be located within the museum's permanent exhibit on the third floor, will incorporate costumes and other artifacts spanning Greenwood’s 50 years of musical activity. The exhibition will run through April 25, 2014. Lee Greenwood: American Patriot traces the artist’s personal and professional life from his musical childhood in California to his award-winning music career. The exhibit also places a special focus on Greenwood’s most beloved song, “God Bless the USA,” and his work with military and veterans organizations. Melvin Lee Greenwood was born October 27, 1942, and raised by his grandparents on their farm near Sacramento, California. He learned to play piano and saxophone as a child and quickly became a skilled en

The Band Perry Starts at #1

THE BAND PERRY’S PIONEER DEBUTS IN THE TOP SPOT WITH NEARLY 130,000 COPIES SOLD IN THE FIRST WEEK Sibling Trio Earns Billboard’s #1 Country Albums & #2 All Genre Superstars Celebrate Release With ELLEN (4/11); DANCING WITH THE STARS (4/16) & Yahoo! RAM Country (4/24) Nashville, TN (April 11, 2013) – Forging ahead into the unknown has proven successful for The Band Perry, whose sophomore album PIONEER (Republic Nashville) debuted in the top spot with nearly 130,000 copies sold in the first week. Upon release, the Superstar sibling trio catapulted on Billboard’s charts -- #1 Country Albums and #2 All Genre. Produced by Dann Huff, PIONEER has received acclaim from top critics across the country, as well as late night host David Letterman, who called their recent performance on his show, “beautiful music.” The band signed 22,222 copies of the Target exclusive deluxe edition – featuring four additional songs – to signify their second album, the release date (4/2) and the

The New Country Music Hall of Fame Members....

CMA ANNOUNCES BOBBY BARE, “COWBOY” JACK CLEMENT, AND KENNY ROGERS AS NEWEST MEMBERS OF COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME NASHVILLE – The Country Music Association announced today that Bobby Bare, “Cowboy” Jack Clement, and Kenny Rogers will become the newest members of the revered Country Music Hall of Fame. Rogers will be inducted in the “Modern Era Artist” category, while Bare will be inducted in the “Veterans Era Artist” category. Clement will be inducted in the “Non-Performer” category, which is awarded every third year in a rotation with the “Recording and/or Touring Musician Active Prior to 1980," and “Songwriter” categories. Bare, Clement, and Rogers will increase membership in the coveted Country Music Hall of Fame from 118 to 121 members. “The highest musical honor achievable for a Country Music artist or industry leader is to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, and these are all outstanding and highly deserving individuals,” said Steve Moore, CMA Chief Executi

Brad Paisley and LL Cool J sit down with ABC NEWS to discuss "Accidental Racist"

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