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Most country stars brag about grueling workouts and strict diets to stay in shape while they're on the road. But not Jason Aldean.
He says he and his crew like to play wiffle ball. Jason says the gang used to play basketball ahead of concerts, but everybody started getting hurt. A couple of the guys rolled their ankles and they'd have to bring doctors in to tape those swollen ankles up before the show. Jason explains, "So we figured we'd try something where that was a little less likely," he added about his fun-but-safe pre-show game. Aldean's also not the kind of guy who's eating lean meats and steamed veggies on the road. "We eat chicken and potato chips and drink beer," he said.
Blake Shelton has his seventh #1 song. "Over" tops the charts this week. Blake is enjoying the attention. He is also gearing up for the Sept. 10 season premiere of "The Voice," followed by the Oct. 2 release of his first holiday album, Cheers It's Christmas.
Rascal Flatts' first themed restaurant will open next year. The Rascal Flatts Restaurant Group will develop a restaurant chain, which will open its first location in Phoenix next year and then launch 10 other locations around the country by 2014. The first Rascall Flatts restaurant will feature a state-of-the-art soundstage, an indoor/outdoor bar and retail space.
We all it's almost impossible to get Little Big Town's "Pontoon" out of your head once you hear it. It's the same for their fellow country stars. There is an all-star video making the rounds that includes the quartet's labelmates Darius Rucker, Luke Bryan and Lady Antebellum, Carrie Underwood (performing it live in concert), Wynonna, Charlie Daniels, Sara Evans, Jake Owen, Hunter Hayes singing the song. Watch the video below.
This would be the ultimate "show and tell." You could bring Taylor Swift to school to perform an intimate acoustic concert. She is going to give a free concert to one high school or college this fall as part of the "VH1 Storytellers" series on VH1. The contest is open to accredited colleges and high schools in the 48 continental U.S. states, and runs now through Sept 23. Students can vote for their school and find details of the contest now at www.taylorswiftoncampus.com.
“Country Music’s Biggest Night" will start with a big morning when Jason Aldean and Lady Antebellum announce the final nominees for “The 46th Annual CMA Awards” on Wednesday, Sept. 5th from “Good Morning America” and the Hard Rock Cafe located in Times Square in New York City. The announcement will air in the 7:30 AM CT segment of the program. The CMA Awards nominees and winners are determined by the 11,000 industry professional members of CMA.
Lady Antebellum fans have a reason to get excited! Charles, Hillary and Dave are back in the studio working on album number four! Hillary posted an Instagram picture yesterday to show us a picture of the band in action! GUESS WHAT?!?!? Album 4 is in the works! Day 1 in the studio for pre-production! Here we go!!!!
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