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Someone has gotten on Toby Keith's fightin side and the country superstar is putting his money behind getting even. Toby is offering a hefty reward for information leading to the arrest of the individual responsible for a brazen robbery at the singer's BelMar golf club in Norman, Okla., last Wednesday (July 13). According to club employees, a man approached an unattended register and helped himself to an undisclosed amount of cash before escaping unnoticed. Toby, who was not at the club at the time of the incident, is reportedly very upset by the crime. "Toby is very angry," BelMar membership director Jenni Kennedy tells Oklahoma's News 9. "He wants to make sure that people are held responsible for bad behavior."
Keith Urban made it on the historic last voyage of the space shuttle Atlantis. The astronauts were awakened by Keith's "Days Go By" on their last full day at the International Space Station before departing for the return trip to Earth. The crew has undocked from the space station as of early this morning and are heading back to earth.
He's got a little hitch in his gittyup. But how did Tim McGraw break his foot. Tim finally gave an explanation. "I don't know if it happened running or in the part of the show where I jump off speakers. It could've happened any number of ways," he says. "You know, it hurt for a while, and I kept running and kept working out and kept doing shows. And for a couple weeks, it just kept getting worse and worse, and it finally got to where I couldn't walk, and it was really swollen." With some pestering from wife Faith Hill, he said he finally went to the doctor and found out it was broken." Tim has to wear the corrective boot for four more weeks.
Lady Antebellum has released the cover art and track list for their forthcoming third studio album "Own The Night." It will be in stores September 13th. The trio wrote most of the tracks on the album, and based quite a bit of it on their experiences while touring. Hillary says she couldn't sleep so she wrote songs while on the bus. ((audio)) “Our only hope and expectation for this record is that it will build on the first two,” adds Charles Kelley. “At the end of the day, we just want our fans to be able to say that we continue to give them solid albums with solid songs they can enjoy from start to finish.” For the track list and more about Lady A, go to www.ladyantebellum.com.
Miranda Lambert's "Behind The Music" episode on VH1 has been airing since last week. It tells Miranda's story of struggling as a young female playing smokey honky tonks across Texas. Miranda says that is who she is. She calls herself "gritty" and is bent on staying true to those roots. According to Miranda she told Sony executives before signing her first contract that she would not "dance around in a halter top singing country pop songs." Now the CMA Female Vocalist Of The Year is working on her next album and she wants it to show her growth as an artist. ((audio)) Her new album will be called "Four The Record" and will be coming out on 11/1/11. The first single will be a song called "Baggage Claim." She sang it for the first time in public this past weekend. See a video of that performance below:
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