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Joe Nichols and his wife Heather are finally pregnant. The couple has been trying to concieve since being married in 2007. Joe says that he is "so happy" and gives his wife the credit. Joe was on The View and explained to the gals there that the whole process of going to fertility clinics was challenging for him. He joked that he would go into the private stall they provided for him to "do his thing" and then leave the tv on the home and garden channel, just to mess with the nurses.
The Country Radio Hall of Fame Dinner and Induction was held Tuesday night in Nashville (2/21). KFDI's Operations Manager and Program Director Beverlee Brannigan was among six of country music's best broadcasters inducted. Beverlee has more than 30 years of country radio programming experience.
Sugarland's attorney's seem to be blaming fans for the tragic events this past summer at the Indiana State Fair that killed seven people and injured dozens. Several victims filed a lawsuit claiming that negligence on the part of Sugarland and other companies contributed to the tragedy. In its response to the lawsuit, Sugarland claims the stage collapse was the result of a "true accident, or act of God.” Their answer went on to say that all of the plaintiff’s injuries “resulted from their own fault.”
Don't tell Carrie Underwood's record label, but she has leaked a piece of her own new single, Good Girl! Carrie shared the song clip in a home video shot in a Nashville recording studio on what was her last day of working on her upcoming fourth studio album. The album doesn't have an official title yet, but we do know the first single is sassy and bound to be a monster hit.
The Band Perry became the first country act to play on the new Ryman Auditorium stage. The 61 year old oak stage, worn down by so many walking and performing on it, was replaced over the past two weeks with a teak stage. A strip of the original oak stage still remains as part of the new stage, however. Ryman officials say the new stage was designed to last more than 100 years, so that a whole new generation of country singers can break it in.
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