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Garth Brooks says he has his family's blessing to resume his career.
"We're just going to start," Garth tells The Huffington Post. Garth's youngest daughter is ok with dad's plan, "She's in on every plan. She knows all the decisions. She's really well-educated in what's going on." Garth says he is counting on several of his fellow musicians to help him ease into the next chapter of his career. "You talk about songwriters, the great ones can birth a career but the greatest ones can bring life back into one," he notes.
Carrie Underwood is number-one on country radio again this week with “Blown Away.” Carrie loves hearing her songs on the radio because the radio was such a big part of her growing up. “I think I would have found the radio if nobody had ever turned it on and nobody in my family listened to the radio or…I don’t know. Like, growing up, we didn’t have cable, we didn’t have any satellite or anything. We had five channels, right? And they were all horrible. They were all, like, old-people programming, so I didn’t want anything to do with those! (laughs) I listened to the radio, and if I was outside playin’, I’d bring our little, like, boom-boxy thing outside and like, play with my dog and listen to the radio." .
What is the first thing you do when your life is in danger? You tweet about it, of course. Newcomer Jana Kramer's flight made an emergency landing Monday (Oct. 21). The actress-singer was on her way back from the Blake Shelton Cruise, which docked in Miami, Fla., when she tweeted to her followers as the event happened. "Terrified out of my mind," she wrote from the plane. "Emergency landing back in Miami without landing gear. #pray" Jana followed that about 30 minutes later with another post letting fans know that her plane landed safely. "We made it. Thanks for the prayers #shaking"
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