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Brooks & Dunn tribute concert to air Sunday night

More than a dozen top country music performers are saddling up to honor Brooks & Dunn during their “Last Rodeo.” Fans and fellow stars alike will bid farewell to the best-selling duo in musical history with the premiere of the TV special “ACM Presents: Brooks & Dunn — The Last Rodeo” at 7 p.m. Sunday […]

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Music City remains quiet after flooding

Although the skies have brightened and the water is beginning to recede, the overflow from the Cumberland River into downtown Nashville has left the area washed out. The weekend storm killed 21 people in Tennessee, Mississippi and Kentucky, and has flooded the Broadway area of Nashville, including the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum […]

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Win A Free Copy of Colt Ford’s Chicken and Biscuits

With Colt Ford’s Chicken and Biscuits on the shelves, folks everywhere are working up a craving for a big ol’ helping of their own. Since 2008’s Ride Through the Country, Colt Ford has been rocking out shows country-style all across America, and on Chicken and Biscuits he takes it to the next level, with songs […]

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“We’re All for the Hall” — Concert Review

Vince Gill and Keith Urban had a great idea: Get a bunch of famous country singers together, raise some money and rock the city — Music City, that is. Gill, the Country Music Hall of Fame Museum’s board president, and Urban, a Grammy award winner, donated the night’s proceeds to benefit the Country Music Hall […]

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Dan Tyminski (Alison Krauss/Soggy Bottom Boys)

The image is forever burned into our pop-culture consciousness. George Clooney, sporting overalls and scruff, wailing “Man of Constant Sorrow” in the Coen Brothers’ twangy Odyssey O’Brother, Where Art Thou? Then, there’s the man behind that scene: bluegrass singer-songwriter Dan Tyminski, of the Dan Tyminski Band and Alison Krauss and Union Station, still one of […]

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Win 2 Free Tickets to see Rascal Flatts this weekend!

We like free things free Rascal Flatts tickets We hope we have a nice-sized reader population in the greater Atlanta area, since all these promotional concert ticket giveaways we’ve been advertising seem to be for Atlanta gigs. This time, the offer comes from JC Penney, who are promoting their American Living apparel line on Rascal […]

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Josh Gracin at Central Michigan University

By Lisa Kiser Turn it UP! Although the temperature was -10 outside, the heat was on as Michigan native Josh Gracin returned home to Central Michigan University to shatter the stillness of winter. Gracin is one of the most underrated performers in country today, so I was excited to spend the evening with a crowd […]

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Charlie Daniels To Sign Autographs, Prior To Christmas For Kids

WHO: Charlie Daniels WHAT: Charlie Daniels will meet fans and sign autographs in celebration of his recent DVD release, Preachin’, Prayin’, and Singin’ (Blue Hat/Koch Records) at The Charlie Daniels Museum. Later, The Charlie Daniels Band will perform at the Ryman Auditorium for the 12th Christmas For Kids benefit concert with Montgomery Gentry, Phil Vassar, […]

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JASON ALDEAN/EMERSON DRIVE – San Jose, CA

by Jody Mason Whenever someone comes back from a concert and giddily announces that the performer is even better live than recorded, I’m usually a little dubious. It seems unlikely that a recording artist would sound better accompanied by guitar feedback and a crackling microphone above the din of a large crowd. And it seems […]

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Kenny Chesney "Poets and Pirates Tour"

by Lisa Kiser Featuring Kenny Chesney, Keith Urban, LeAnn Rimes, Gary Allan and Luke Brian Shiver me timbers – you’ll never see hicks and chicks file into Ford Field like they do when Kenny and company come to town. Our pirates were welcomed to the D with open arms in a full house of screaming […]

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