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Wynonna Judd is introducing the world to Desitny Hart and is making her debut as a fiction writer. She will be making the media rounds to tout the release of her highly anticipated novel, Restless Heart. The novel chronicles the “star is born” like struggles and triumphs of character Destiny Hart, who is on a path of self-discovery grappling with love, loss, success and surrender. Sounds a little biographical doesn't it? “I wanted to tell a story of a young woman with her life unfolding before her, facing incredible challenges and incredible opportunities, and making good decisions,” explains Wynonna. Restless Heart hits shelves on January 25 and will be available anywhere books are sold.
EDDIE MONTGOMERY is a very lucky man. He has completed a successful treatment for prostate cancer and his doctor is now declaring him “cancer free.” Dr. THOMAS KIRK SLABAUGH said, "His cancer was completely excised, and he will not require further treatment for his prostate cancer in the future. Mr. MONTGOMERY has benefited greatly from early detection of prostate cancer with PSA screening." EDDIE’s first public appearance of the year took place at the GRAND OLE OPRY Friday night (1/21). On SUNDAY (1/23) he headed out on a USO tour for eight days, traveling to SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA and OKINAWA, JAPAN. Follow MONTGOMERY’s latest updates on his TWITTER page at twitter.com/LuckymanEddie.
Country’s reigning Entertainer of the Year had a surprise duet partner when he played Green Bay Thursday night. Brad’s concert featured a surprise appearance by quarterback Aaron Rodgers in the middle of "I'm Still a Guy.'' Aaron hopped on stage and greeted his people on the catwalk as Brad sang. And that was just a warm-up. By the time Paisley got around to "Alcohol'' for his encore, Rodgers, guard Josh Sitton, tackle Bryan Bulaga, kicker Mason Crosby and about a dozen other players joined him onstage for a toast with red plastic cups, more high-fiving and more thunderous applause.
CRAIG MORGAN is heading overseas to entertain U.S. troops in Iraq and Kuwait. This will be Craig’s 9th visit to military bases overseas, as part of the STARS FOR STRIPES tour. MORGAN is calling this his “NOT ALONE” tour. Craig is a spokesperson for NOT ALONE, an organization that assists soldiers and their families who are dealing with the after-effects of combat as they transition back to life at home. He wrote the song “Not Alone” in support of the organization that will be included on his upcoming sixth studio album. He will perform for service members beginning this Thursday (Jan 27th) through FEBRUARY 3rd. In addition to playing five shows at five camps throughout IRAQ and KUWAIT, he’ll also play special acoustic sets at various remote FOBs (Forward Operating Bases) for troops who seldom receive celebrity entertainment.
For more info, visit www.craigmorgan.com.
The Taylor Swift comic book will be rereleased by Bluewater Productions. The company produces a line of popular “Fame” biographical comic books that have featured TAYLOR SWIFT, JUSTIN BIEBER, the cast of FOX-TV’s “Glee” among others. The re-packaged editions will have additional artwork, story content and new covers, expanding each edition to nearly 40-pages. BIEBER’s comic comes out in MARCH, followed by “Glee” in APRIL, and TAYLOR SWIFT in MAY. The series will be primarily distributed to bookstores and at WALMART, as well as online at retailers like www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com and www.borders.com. Each issue retails for $7.99. For more info, visit www.bluewaterprod.com.
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