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Brad Paisley was at the memorial service for one of his fans in Orange County, Calif., on Monday. Allison Greene told her husband that if she survived her two-year battle with cancer she wanted to throw a big party and have Brad perform as the entertainment. But, the 31-year-old mother lost her battle, and her family felt the party should still take place. The Greene family posted a video about the memorial on Facebook, hoping the CMA Entertainer of the Year would see it and show up at the San Antonio Catholic Church in Anaheim Hills, Calif. Brad not only showed up, but he performed several songs, as a memorial to Allison. Brad says the video was heartwrenching, "When I was watching the video, it brought me to tears, and I thought, 'Man, if I could just be there,'" Brad told those who attended the memorial. "So they said, 'Will you be there, Brad, Monday the 7th in Orange County?' and I thought, 'Yeah. I am going to be there.'"
Randy Houser lost all his clothes and equipment when his bus caught fire Wednesday. The singer and his crew are thankfully fine following the incident. Randy shot some video while the bus was going up in flames. Then he started Tweeting, commenting on the devastating accident. "Gonna have to do some shopping," he posted. "This really sucks! Thank God we're alive and weren't sleeping." Although, he was able to make light of the situation. "Boots did survive!" he added. The flames began in the back of the bus, causing smoke to quickly fill the corridor and main cabin. Randy shot a video (watch below) of firefighters distinguishing the flames, and showing a total loss of all his clothes, equipment and gear.
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