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Blake Shelton is the first country artist this year to have 3 number one songs on both of the country charts. “God Gave Me You” is holding on to the top position for the second week on the Billboard country chart and reached the top for the first week Country Aircheck / Mediabase chart.
Blake is a busy boy. He is on the set of the hit NBC show, “The Voice” taping episodes for season two. The taped shows will air first, then the show will go live after the first of the year. That will not stop Blake from heading out on his first headliner tour, which he is calling the "Well Lit & Amplified Tour 2012" He will play 27-cities between January and March. Unfortunately, Wichita is not one of them.
Brad Paisley says he's set to do the music for a new television show starring his wife Kimberly Williams-Paisley. The TNT project will take place in Nashville. Brad says he believes he can give the project the authentic feel of Music City. He is only doing the music though and will not appear on camera. There's no work on what the show might be titled or the exact premise. Details should be coming soon. Maybe we can talk to hin about it when he is here in Wichita on January 20th at Intrust Bank Arena.
Dierks Bentley is getting ready to spend Halloween at home with his kids. Dierks says his daughter Evie has her heart set on his wife Cassie going as Dora the Explorer, while dad would go as Dora's nemesis, Swiper. He jokes that he doesn’t "think they make mid-30-year-old male Swiper costumes," but admits he may try to come up with one himself. Dierks' last date before Halloween will be this Friday October 28 in Thackerville, Oklahoma with Jerrod Neimann and the Eli Young Band, so he will be home to trick or treat this weekend.
"It's a very, very personal song," Miranda Lambert tells Us Weekly of her new single, "Over You." The country superstar wrote the new single (off her latest disc, Four The Record, out November 1) with her husband, Blake Shelton, about the death of his brother in a 1990 car crash. So why didn't Shelton sing it himself? She explains: "I asked him a year ago, 'Do you want this song? It's obviously about your life.' And he said he'd rather me have it, mainly because he wasn't sure he could get through it every night onstage. It's one of our favorite songs." You can listen to the song here.
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