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Carrie Underwood's fourth studio album will be called 'Blown Away.' The Grammy winner revealed the title and cover art for the project Monday (March 5). The cover shows Carrie standing in a field as a storm rolls in, with wind-blown hair, dramatic eyes, a flowing gray dress and her gorgeous legs all on display. The album cover's eerie vibe is no doubt reflective of some of its songs' themes. "I have always been a fan of songs that have attitude, but the ones I'm talking about have a darker storyline," the country superstar said earlier this year. "It seemed to be what the album wanted, so I decided to roll with it."
The guys in the Zac Brown Band are all about having a good time ... responsibly. That's why they've partnered with Jack Daniel's new Drinking School. While the name of the initiative gives the impression that you'll graduate with a better handle on consuming libations, it's actually aimed at educating drinkers on responsible ways to partake. In order to do so, the Tennessee whiskey maker has produced videos starring the band that fans (over the age of 21) can view here.
Trace Adkins' latest movie is going straight to video. Trace fans might want to rent 'Wyatt Earp's Revenge.' It will be released on DVD tomorrow (March 6). Trace plays Milflin Kenedy, the powerful father of Spike Kenedy, who is responsible for killing Earp's first love, Dora (played by singer and actress Diana DeGarmo). Val Kilmer stars as the aged Earp, who recounts the events of Dora's murder, and how he got revenge.
The Academy of Country Music announced today that superstars Luke Bryan, Tim McGraw and Jennifer Nettles have been added to an all-star lineup of artists scheduled to perform with Lionel Richie for a television special that will air Friday, April 13th on CBS. The concert will be taped during the ACM Awards week, on April 2nd in Vegas, with today’s hottest country artists covering Lionel's songs, like Jason Aldean (“Say You Say Me”), The Band Perry (“Penny Lover”), Luke Bryan (“Running with the Night”), Lady Antebellum (“Truly”), Martina McBride (“Still”), Jennifer Nettles (“Hello”) and Rascal Flatts (“Dancing on the Ceiling”).
Fans will looking for Tammy Wynette's tomb at Nashville's Woodlawn Cross Mausoleum, where the singer was laid to rest in 1998, won't find it under that name. Her grave hasn't been moved, but the name on it was changed recently from "Tammy Wynette" to "Virginia W Richardson." Wynette was born Virginia Wynette Pugh and was married to George Richardson at the time of her death. A spokeswoman for the funeral home that houses the mausoleum told CMT.com the name was changed "at the request of the family."
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