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Brad Paisley is attracting some rowdy concertgoers these days. Seventy (70) people were arrested after his concert Saturday night at Darien Lakes, NY. Brad tweeted after the concert, "Quite a performance in Darien Lakes Saturday. We also played music." Most of the arrests were for underaged drinking. There were also arrests for disorderly conduct, harassment, and drunk driving by fans leaving the concert.
You can write “Congratulations” in big, bright neon lights for Chris Young, who tops the country singles charts this week with “Tomorrow”! It’s the first smash from Chris’ brand-new album, NEON, and it also marks his fourth number-one hit in a row, following “Voices,” “The Man I Want to Be,” and “Gettin’ You Home,” all from his The Man I Want to Be album. Chris says having ‘Tomorrow’ go to number-one feels like I’m living a dream!” And Chris tells us that — from the very beginning — there has always been something that felt really special about the song. ((Audio))
Luke Bryan has another top 10 hit on his hands with “Country Girl (Shake It For Me).” The singer says he’s trying to find balance between career and family life. Obviously, you want to be home with the kids and you have to be out on the road,” Luke tells The Charleston Gazette. “When you’re home, you’re always trying to catch up. It feels like a double life.” “You just hope you can get home,” he adds. Luke may be a country star when he’s out on tour, but at home, he’s a husband and a father. He and his wife Caroline have two boys, Thomas Boyer “Bo”, 3, and Tatum Christopher, 11 months. Things aren’t going to slow down for Luke anytime soon. His highly anticipated third studio album, Tailgates & Tanlines, hits stores August 9.
Sugarland, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood are among the artists donating items for the MusiCare's Back to School Charity Auction. Sugarland, Taylor Swift and Keith Urban are offering meet-and-greets. Lady Antebellum, Kenny Chesney, Carrie Underwood, Blake Shelton, and Miranda Lambert are all donating autographed memorabilia, including guitars and posters. Other big ticket items include spending a day with former President Bill Clinton, or working out with Oscar winner Gwyneth Paltrow. The auction, which runs through Friday, July 29, can be found here. Proceeds benefit school music programs.
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