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Rascal Flatts is in the studio working on a new album. Band member Jay DeMarcus tweeted Tuesday that it's due out next spring. The group doesn't have a title yet, but the guys in the band are writing and producing several of the new songs themselves. The band's latest cd, Nothing Like This, has gone platinum.
Pistol Annies’ “Hell On Heels” debuts at Number 1 on Billboard’s Country Album Chart and Number 5 on the Billboard 200 Chart in it’s first week of release. Miranda Lambert, the head Annie, says she can’t believe how much fans have embraced the trio of girls, which includes Ashley Monroe and Angeleena Presley. Hell On Heels is getting a lot of critical praise being declared the “best country release of 2011” by The Washington Post.
LeAnn Rimes is upset with E! News personality Giuliana Rancic. Rancic and her Celebrity Apprentice husband, Bill, are opening a restaurant in Chicago and Guiliana said the celebrity she'd most like to feed is LeAnn Rimes. Of course, that didn't sit well with LeAnn, who took to Twitter to invite Giuliana to join her for dinner, saying, "You can see just HOW much I eat” Last week, LeAnn was berated in a restaurant by a fan who came up to her and told her to “eat something."
Alan Jackson has been asked to sing his 9/11 song “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)” at the Concert for Hope in Washington DC on the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks. The song will also be highlighted this Monday, Sept. 5, on an A&E Biography special “When Pop Culture Saved America.” Alan said recently he almost didn’t release the song, “I didn’t want it to look like I was trying to sell my career with this" tragedy.” But then went on to say he didn’t actually write the song, 'I just hold the pen -- God writes the song.' That's how I feel about this one."
One of the best biography style shows on tv is GAC TV’s Backstory and the new season is going to start off with the backstory of Lady Antebellum, September 11th. We will get to see Hillary, Charles and Dave talk about their unsure beginnings as a song writing team and how much their lives have changed since winning their first ACM Best New Artist award in 2008.
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