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It seems the honeymooners are back at work full steam ahead. Get ready to hear more of Miranda Lambert’s all girl group “Pistol Annies. Miranda took to Twitter to update us on an album the three girls are working on. Miranda tweeted the news, “Day 5 studio. Last one for my record. Tomorrow…..Pistol Annies. Finishing our record so y’all can get it:)”
Reba McEntire and Blake Shelton raised $500,000 for Oklahoma tornado victims in Atoka County putting on two concerts at the Choctaw Events Center in Durant, Okla. May 25 and 26.
KFDI Presents Little Big Town perform live this Sunday at River Fest during their Road Trip & Guitar Picks concert series. LBT takes the stage following performances by newcomer Kip Moore and local favorite, The Dave Holland Band. Get caught up on Little Big Town by logging on to their official Facebook page, that includes weekly exclusive videos and photos of the band, opportunities to win free concert tickets and backstage passes and free MP3 downloads. Don't forget to vote for Little Big Town for Group Video of the Year for the CMT Music Awards http://www.cmt.com/cmt-music-awards/
John Rich is still riding the media wave after winning the latest 'Celebrity Apprentice' a week ago, admitting that it was not an easy environment to be in. "It was pretty venomous at times," he acknowledges. “Part of my strategy was to not engage in craziness or drama, and to try to diffuse it if you can." John says he isn't through raising money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. "Eric Trump (son of Donald Trump) is on the board of St. Jude," John explains to The Boot. "We're immediately going to talk about an annual event that I can put on and make a goal of $1 million a year.”
A little surprise on the country album chart this week. Marie Osmond and brother Donny Osmond debut this week at #7 on the chart with their album titled “Donny & Marie.” That's the highest ranking for any Donny and Marie duet album ever. Marie has been on the country charts before, with the hits “Paper Roses,” “ Meet Me In Montana” and “There’s No Stopping Your Heart” in the 80’s.
A bad break up led to a #1 song for Sara Evans and Hillary Scott. Both Sara Evans and Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott were honored at a party at the Nashville hot spot, Cabana, last week to celebrate the multi-week No. 1 success of 'A Little Bit Stronger.' While Sara recorded the tune, Hillary co-wrote it about a bad breakup she went through a couple of years ago.
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