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Garth Brooks will be inducted into the Country Music Hall Of Fame this year. Garth has sold more than 128 million albums since the start of his career and toured the world taking his unique brand of country music to meteoric heights. Connie Smith, whose career began in 1964 with the mega-hit 'Once a Day' and Hargus "Pig" Robbins, one of the most prolific keyboard session players in Nashville, will also be inducted.
Welcome to the world, Baby Houser! Randy "Boots On" Houser and his wife Jessa had their first child last night!!! J Their yet to be named baby BOY weighed in at 6 lb 10 oz…and everyone is healthy!We are so happy for Randy & Jessa…and wish them all the best for their new family!
The Band Perry is recording their second album this spring. They expect to release it this fall. Kimberly Perry says it might look to their fans like they have been an overnight success, but their quick rise to the top of the charts actually was 13 years in the making, "For the three of us we've spent our whole lives working toward this moment. I mean we've dedicated every minute to music since I was 15 and Reid was 10 and Neil was 8, so you're talking about a 13 year journey towards the last 12 months. Kimberly adds, "We've honed so much of our songwriting craft and our performance craft behind closed doors in our living room and it's just been a joy."
John Rich is headed back to reality television this summer. The 'Celebrity Apprentice' winner will join Queen Latifah and Gloria Estefan as a mentor on the new competition series, 'The Star Next Door,' according to The Hollywood Reporter. The show will air on the CW network, with additional mentors to be announced at a later date. It will feature the celebrity musicians traveling from town to town looking for aspiring singers to represent their hometowns in the big Los Angeles competition. Unlike on 'American Idol' and similar shows, 'The Star Next Door' contestants will reportedly have to be from the city in which they're trying out.
Martina McBride offered up her house in Tennessee to her friends who needed shelter when a tornado hit the area over the weekend. She tweeted “Any of my friends in Nashville who don’t have a safe place or a basement are welcome to come to my house. For real. Starting to look scary outside… And there goes the tornado siren…” After McBride and her companions got through the harsh weather, she reassured fans by tweeting: “We’re all ok. Looks like another storm on its way. Tornado warning til 5:00.”Nearly 40 people were killed when the tornadoes ripped through Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee and Alabama on Friday.
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