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Hope Zac Brown has a "dressy" stocking cap he can wear Sunday night. Zac has been asked to join Keith Urban as one of the presenters on the Grammy telecast on CBS. The ZBB is nominated for best country song and best country performance by a duo or group with vocals for “Free,” and best country collaboration with vocals for “As She’s Walking Away” with Alan Jackson. Mean while Keith Urban is up for best male country vocal performance for “‘Til Summer Comes Around”. Country will have quite a presence at the Grammy Awards this year. Miranda Lambert, Lady A and Martina McBride will perform during the awards show.
Don't know how wise this is, but Blake Shelton has offered to send your valentine a message on your behalf. Blake has proven he's a man who has a special way with words, whether he's expressing himself through talking, tweeting, songwriting or singing. Blake's letting you borrow some of his golden quotes from the past to proclaim your love -- or other feelings. You can send "Blake Mail" through this weekend by visiting Blake's website. Just be warned, "I 'Balls' You," "I Can't Wait to See ... Who You Are When I'm Not Looking," and "On This Special Day ... You Can Kiss My Country....(fill in the blank for me there,)" are sayings you can send.
Carrie Underwood is about to pack up her things from that mega mansion she just moved into in Ottawa Canada. Because the rumors have come true that Carrie's husband, pro hockey player Mike Fisher, is headed to Nashville to play for the Predators. Mike, who formerly played for the Ottawa Senators, has officially been traded to Music City's NHL franchise. "We will both truly miss Ottawa," Carrie told People Magaine. "Mike has been such a big part of that community, and I will never forget how they welcomed me with open arms. We obviously love Nashville, and the teams' decision for him to now play with the Predators is an exciting opportunity for Mike. I support him wherever he plays!"
Voting for the ACM Top New Vocalist award is underway. And, the nominees are hitting the campaign trail by posting videos encouraging country music listeners to vote for them. Eric Church's 'Everyone's Doing it' video throws in some off beat humor. Easton Corbin is taking a more commerical approach in his video. Randy Houser offers up a brief vocabulary lesson on the word "vocalist," followed by an acoustic performance displaying his impressive pipes. Click below to watch videos then go to www.voteacm.com. The winner will be announced during the live ACM Awards broadcast Sunday, April 3.
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