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You can make the commercial for Keith Urban's cologne, Phoenix. Keith is teaming up with People.com for a nationwide contest. Now through Nov. 11, fans can submit 30-second commercials for Phoenix. The winner will be chosen by Keith and will score tickets and airfare to see him sometime next year, as well as a gift bag filled with Phoenix products. What's more, their ad will be aired on national television. Information on how to submit entries is available at People.com, as well as on Keith's website. www.keithurban.net.
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs passed away yesterday at the age of 56. Steve’s innovations have transformed the world that we live in, including the way we buy and listen to music every day. The internet has been full of condolences for the technology genius and country stars are joining in by posting their wishes on their social networking sites…
Jerrod Niemann is coming to Wichita, playing the Cotillion on December 8th according to his website (JerrodNiemannOfficial.com) As much as Jerrod loves touring and playing for the fans, he admits that it can be a challenge to his health, "It does get tough on the road. And the only reason artists really get worn out is ’cause they just really want to work hard because they’re excited about people comin’ out to their shows, and you know, you’re not used to that until you get a song on the radio. So, for me, I wasn’t sick for two years, and I think I was on antibiotics six times last year."
Sesame Street is officially introducing Lily, an impoverished pink Muppet who is quite often hungry. Brad Paisley and wife Kimberly are a part of a Sesame Street special this Sunday night introducing the muppet and tackling the issue of hunger among American children. In Entertainment Weekly, Brad is quoted as saying: “Food insecurity is a growing and difficult issue for adults to discuss, much less children. We are honored that Sesame Street, with its long history of tackling difficult issues with sensitivity, caring and warmth asked us to be a part of this important project.” The special will share the stories of real-life families to raise awareness of hunger issues in the United States.
This week was Scotty McCreery's turn to have the spotlight, but move over Scotty. It will be Lauren Alaina's turn as she releases her debut album, Wildflower, on Oct. 11. Listen for Lauren on The Brian & Kellie show October 12th as she goes on a blitz across the country. She will also be appearing on “Live! With Regis & Kelly” (Oct 13); “The Ellen Degeneres Show” (Oct 21) as well as interview features on “E! News,” “Entertainment Tonight/The Insider”, CNN, CMT Insider (Oct 8), GAC “On The Streets” (Oct 11) and GAC “Top 20 Countdown” (Oct 14). In addition, GAC will premiere a half-hour special “Introducing: Lauren Alaina” on Oct. 10 at 8 p.m. CT. GAC cameras have been following Lauren around since June.
Another hot new singer on the country scene, Hunter Hayes, is revving up the momentum for his self-titled debut album release next Tuesday, October 11. The hot breakout artist will be making his world-premiere national television debut of his hit single, “Storm Warning” on CBS’ “Late Show with David Letterman” on October 11. Hunter will also perform on NBC’s “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” later this year. Hunter’s highly anticipated 12-track album includes his Top 25 hit single, “Storm Warning.” The album boasts a strong, honest, mix of music, lyric and passion from the heartfelt “Wanted” to the heartbreaking “Somebody’s Heartbreak” to the up-beat, carefree confessions of “Love Makes Me.”
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