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So many people wanted to see Montgomery Gentry’s “Where I Come From” music video that it crashed their YouTube music channel. According to YouTube, the video has been viewed 1.3 million times. The video was shot in a California desert and a rock quarry in Nashville and honors the troops and the towns “where they come from.” The video opens with a battlefield scene with a wounded soldier having flashbacks and memories of his beloved hometown. “Where I Come From” is the first single from Montgomery Gentry’s new album, Rebels On The Run. Watch the video below:
DVR Alert: Friday (1/27) Catch Faith Hill and Carrie Underwood on PBS' Great Performances, singing their duets with Tony Bennett. The special features songs from Tony's Duets II album (PBS)
American Idol's Casey James is taking a big step on the road to building a country music career when he makes his debut on the Grand Ole Opry stage tonight (Friday, January 27th.) For any country artist, that’s a big moment. Earlier this week, Casey announced that his self-titled debut album will hit stores on March 20th! Casey was the third-place finalist on American Idol Season 9 in early 2010.
Trace Adkins is heading out on the road on a "stories and songs" tour. He is coming to the Stiefel Theatre in Salina on April 27th. Tickets go on sale next Friday Feb. 3rd at 10am. The concert will incorporate stories, both humorous and meaningful, that pay homage to Adkins’ working-man roots and rich musical heritage. The audience will be able to ask Trace questions.
Lauren Alaina was left out in the cold Tuesday night (Jan. 24) by the staff of a Hilton hotel in Maryland. According to the website Taste of Country Lauren says a Taxi dropped her off at the wrong Hilton & the hotel staff made her wait out in the cold for a cab. The 17-year-old shared with her Twitter followers last night. In two subsequent tweets, she added: "I sure hope I [don't] catch a cold bc of these inconsiderate people. Sir whoever you are I hope your horrible situation that made your outlook on life so awful. We will be praying for you."
Scotty McCreery won the hearts of 'American Idol' voters, now he's back on TV screens for a special appearance on The CW's 'Hart of Dixie.' Our friends at HuffPost TV revealed that Scotty will play himself and will be performing his hit, 'The Trouble With Girls,' on the episode set to air April 23. The performance will take place during a pivotal scene between Zoe (played by Rachel Bilson) and George (who's portrayed by Scott Porter). 'Hart of Dixie' tells the story of Zoe Hart, a New York doctor who moves to Bluebell, Alabama to work at a general practice. The series has often featured country music.
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