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Trace Adkins has released a song that may become the anthem for voters this election.
It's called “Tough People Do” and Trace performed it live in Tampa, FL at a charity event following the Republican National Convention (RNC). Trace calls it a "a song for all of us.” The message in the song is “tough times don’t last, tough people do.” As Trace told ABC News Radio, “I’m just really proud of the song, and to me, the song just says — sometimes we need to be reminded of who we are, where we come from and what our history is. We’ve made it through tougher times than this.” He told USA Today’s Brian Mansfield that he was reminded of his own lineage while recording the song. “My grandma was the toughest old woman I ever saw in my life,” Trace told Mansfield. “She’d still work in the garden with an old push-plow until her late 70s.” Check out the “Tough People Do” lyric video below…
Scott McCreery is about to do something that will insure he is played on country radio forever! Scott is about to release a Christmas CD called "Christmas with Scotty McCreery." It will be out Oct. 16 and will feature the Christmas songs that Scotty says have played an important role in his life, plus two new originals. Scotty says his parents are excited because they start listening to Christmas music early in the McCreery household. "Now we can add my CD to the collection we listen to,” says Scotty.
Taylor Swift is giving us more details on her new album, Red, coming out October 22nd. There will be sixteen songs on the album…and getting it down to that number was difficult. Taylor says, “I ended up having to pick from between thirty to thirty-five songs that I’d written that I really wanted to make an album, and it was really hard to get it down to sixteen.” The good news is, Taylor says fans will have access to even more new music beyond the 16 songs on the album through bonus tracks.
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