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You are invited to Keith Urban's #1 party for his song "Long Hot Summer." The party starts at 4pm Wednesday, January 25th. Keith will be live streaming the #1 party from Nashville on www.keithurban.net and www.facebookcom/KeithUrban. The producers of the event point out that the exact start time of the event might be adjusted so they are urging fans to keep an eye on Keith's website and Facebook pages for an update on Wednesday morning!
Jason Aldean may have another duet up his sleeve. The last one was with Kelly Clarkson. The next one looks like it will be with hip hop artist Ludacris . While Jason isn’t really confirming the partnership, a photo of the two sitting in a recording studio has surfaced. According to Jason, Ludacris was in town and the two were just hanging out. Jason says. "He came over and listened to some stuff I’d cut for my new record." The two teamed up at last years CMT Awards to perform "Dirt Road Anthem.
Jason Aldean will be playing Wichita’s Intrust Bank Arena on Friday, March 16th. Tickets will be on sale this Friday morning at 10am. The 2012 "My Kinda Party Tour" will be performed "in the round." Jason explains that his new stage set up includes lights popping out of the floor and lots of ramps to get him closer to the audience. The concert has been selling out across the country and Intrust Bank Arena's box office will hold a lottery this Friday morning to begin ticket sales. You can get in line no earlier than 7am.
We could find out today or tomorrow if Garth gets his $500,000 donation to a hospital back. Both sides rested and closing arguements are expected today in Garth's lawsuit against an Oklahoma hospital. Garth took the stand in the case and testified that he believed that, after a number of meetings and phone calls, he reached a verbal agreement with the hospital in 2005 to name a women's center after his late mother, Colleen, in exchange for a $500,000 donation. The hospital says the gift was given unconditionally. Colleen Brooks' name has not appeared on a building and Garth wants his donation back, plus punitive damages.
Jake Owen's mom is taking care of him while he recuperates in the hospital after surgery for a broken collarbone. Jake tweeted, "I’m feeling better. Mom made me homemade spaghetti last night. I’m spoiled." Owen also stated, "Feel bad for my Dad since my mom left him for a few days to take care of me here in TN. He called asking her how to turn on the TV." Jake is hoping to start back on the road by February 3rd.
Congrats to Luke Bryan on scoring this week’s No. 1 with Bryan’s “I Don’t Want This Night To End.” The song is Bryan’s fourth charttopper, joining “Do I,” “Rain Is A Good Thing” and “Someone Else Calling You Baby. Eric Church is down a spot to number two with "Drink In My Hand." The rest of this week's top five singles are Chris Young's "You", The Band Perry's "All Your Life" and Kenny Chesney's "Reality."
Tim McGraw adds yet another awards plaque to his extensive trophy wall. The #1 single Felt Good On My Lips has struck digital download gold. The news comes just as Tim's much anticipated new studio album, Emotional Traffic, is being released by Curb Records Tuesday, today (January 24th.) The song reached #1 for Tim exactly one year ago and stayed at the top of the country singles chart for three straight weeks.
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