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Alan Jackson joins an A-lister lineup for Music Builds: CMT Disaster Relief Concert on May 12th in Nashville. Alan will perform alongside Hank Williams Jr., Alabama, Ronnie Dunn, Sara Evans, Lady Antebellum, Tim McGraw and Keith Urban. No tickets will be sold for the concert. The special will air live from Nashville at 8 p.m. CT on CMT and will be simulcast on CMT.com. All money raised will aid the American Red Cross disaster in their relief efforts for the recent weather related tragedies in the south.
Reba and Blake are adding another date to their upcoming benefit to help victims of the tornadoes in Oklahoma. In addition to the original concert on Thursday May 26th, there will be another concert on Wednesday May 25th. Reba and Blake were both born in Oklahoma and wanted to help people whose lives were devastated by the tornadoes there in April. The concerts will be held at the Choctaw Indian Casino in Durant, OK. Tickets are on sale now.
Taylor Swift will open up her final dress rehearsal for the upcoming Speak Now tour. Taylor will use the last dress rehearsal on May 21 as a fundraiser with all proceeds going to the victims of last week's devastating tornadoes in the Southeast. For the special event, titled Speak Now ... Help Now!, approximately 13,000 people will get the chance to see Taylor's full show at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena, one week before the North American leg of the superstar's Speak Now world trek kicks off May 27 in Omaha, Neb. Says Taylor, "I've never opened a rehearsal to the public before, but I felt that inviting my fans to the last rehearsal for the Speak Now tour would be a great way to raise money."
Trace Adkins isn't surprised John Rich is doing so well on 'Celebrity Apprentice,' Trace says he was the one who recommended to Donald Trump that he go after John for the show. Trace says there's a false notion among some that country people don't have what it takes for the big city Celebrity Apprentice, but as Trace puts it "nobody expects anything of country people and that can be used to an advantage. We go in with those low expectations and then when we perform the we do, I think we sneak up on them." John Rich made it into the final four on Celebrity Apprentice Sunday night. He has already raised nearly $700,000 for his charity of choice, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
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