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Brad Paisley is giving you the chance to have a photo featured in his upcoming official lyric video for “Southern Comfort Zone.” Just pick a line of the song you want to submit a photo for. Fill out the information and click “Submit” at http://lyricvideo.bradpaisley.com/ “Southern Comfort Zone” is the debut single from Brad’s new album coming this April.
The Band Perry has created it’s fan club…. The Fans Perry! You can sign up to be a member at www.thefansperry.com. For $49.99 members get an official Band Perry fan club t-shirt, a stainless steel bracelet and an official membership card plus access to pre-sales and backstage meet & greets. In fact, one of the first chances to win meet & greets for The Fans Perry will be for next weekend’s Rascal Flatts concert on Jan. 19th. There is also a free Fan Club community which doesn’t come with the goodies, but allows you to get some exclusive information and photos.
Gary Allan's single, "Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)," is a signal to fans that he has come through the storm after his wife Angela’s suicide in 2004. Gary explains that going through therapy and songwriting helped him be able to talk about Angela and her death without falling apart. His message for anyone going through something similar: "Keep walking forward. It gets better." "Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)" is the first single from Gary’s next album, “Set You Free.” The single has moved up the charts so fast that the album will be released on January 22nd, two months ahead of it’s previously announced release date.
Ryan Seacrest has hinted that Keith Urban and Randy Jackson may be having some squabbles on the set of American Idol. The Idol host jokingly said in an interview last year that Keith and Randy “will not share a mirror I will tell you that.” And, when asked “Which judge is most likely to cry.” Ryan said Keith Urban, jokingly, because he sits between Mariah and Nicki. The new season of American Idol will premiere on January 16th on FOX.
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill could be extending their Soul2Soul show at The Venetian in Las Vegas. The show would go beyond the 10 weekends that was originally contracted. Las Vegas insider Robin Leach recently reported in his column in the Las Vegas Sun, “I am hearing very reliable rumors that The Venetian will soon confirm a contract extension for country superstars Tim McGraw and Faith Hill and their “Soul2Soul.” Tim and Faith are currently booked through April, but the pending contract extension does not specify how much long they would play Las Vegas.
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