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Bucky Covington is being accused of stealing money at a concert but he swears he is innocent. Concert promoter, William Fuller, says he has witnesses who saw Bucky, his twin brother Rocky and Rocky's wife Terra selling tickets at the gate to a July 4th concert in Ormond Beach Florida and pocketing the proceeds. Fuller is also accusing Bucky or someone in his family of taking additional money from the cash box at the Iron Horse Saloon, where Bucky was performing. 33-year-old Bucky vehemently denies the charges. He has not been arrested and is continuing on with his concert schedule. Which includes performing at good friend Craig Morgan's 5th Annual Charity Ride and Concert August 6 and 7, to benefit Billy's Place in Dickson, Tenn.
The good news for Trace Adkins is that the insurance company declared his home a total loss and and are going to pay to rebuild it after the June 4th fire. The bad news....Trace and his family have to account for every single thing they lost before the insurance company will settle on a figure. And Trace says that is going to (don't get offended here, these are Traces' words...) "take for freakin' ever." And, until that whole process is taken care of the burned out remains of the house still stand. Which is also bugging Trace, who says he just wants the house torn down. Saying It's the eyesore of the neighborhood.
This weekend is a big weekend for both NASCAR & country music fans. BIG MACHINE RECORDS head Scott Borchetta is one big NASCAR fan, so he signed his label up as the officially host the Brickyard 400 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Sunday. And, that brings some heavy hitting country artists to Indie for a pre-race concert. JUSTIN MOORE, THE BAND PERRY, RASCAL FLATTS (who will also sing the National Anthem) and REBA MCENTIRE will also lend her voice to “AMERICA The Beautiful” will perform. One name missing from the Big Machine stable of artists at the Brickyard is Taylor Swift. She won't make it there.
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