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Miranda Lambert shows off her acting skills in her new video for "Mama's Broken Heart." Miranda plays both a prim-and-proper lady and rebellious tart, with a 1960's-era theme. Miranda takes her frustrations out on a plate of food in one scene, when she has trouble "hiding her crazy." "Mama's Broken Heart" is the fourth single released from the singer's critically-acclaimed Four the Record album.
Interested in seeing fictional country stars perform in a real concert? There is word that the producers of ABC's "Nashville" are considering taking some of the shows stars on the road. Series creator Callie Khouri revealed to The Hollywood Reporter "If we can get it together, we're definitely going to do it." The two biggest stars on the show, Connie Britton (Rayna James) and Hayden Panettiere (Juliette Barnes), aren't on board yet. But Charles Esten (Deacon) says he is "down." A source inside the show says Sam Palladio (Gunnar), Clare Bowen (Scarlett) and Jonathan Jackson (Avery) are also ready to sign up to hit the road.
Kenny Chesney’s new album, Life on a Rock (featuring his single, “Pirate Flag”), hits stores on April 30th. But it's the album that almost wasn't. Kenny says he wrote the songs for himself and his friends, never intending for it to be an album. He says he wrote about moments he didn't want to slip away and realized a lot of people have the same feeling.
Jake Owen recently went through the Master Cleanse juice fast to get rid of toxins in his body. Jake said he gave up beer and fast food and drank nothing but a mix of purified water, lemon, maple syrup and cayenne pepper for more than a week. The body cleanse had a surprising effect. "I find more clarity in how to talk to people. Like, how to get on their level and encourage them as opposed to directing them."
Little Big Town has scored their second consecutive No. 1 single, with "Tornado." The accompanying video, starring actor Jonathan Schaech ("That Thing You Do"), scares their kids. "It's scary, and I will have to say compared to 'Pontoon' -- our children loved watching the 'Pontoon' video," says Karen Fairchild. "This one, the fans seem to love, but our kiddies don't like to watch this one that much."
Toby Keith is a BMI Million Air. His songs have played on radio more than 80 million times. Toby was recognized by the performance rights organization Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI) for several of the songs he wrote reaching more than 15 million plays on the radio. Specifically, "How Do You Like Me Now," "Beer for My Horses," "She Never Cried in Front of Me," "God Love Her," "I Love This Bar" and "Who's Your Daddy." The BMI "Million-Air" Award is a mark of respect and praise for the longevity and resilience of a songwriter's music. All totaled, Toby has reached more than 80 million airplays with songs he has written. At an average of 3 minutes each, that is 456 years of continous airplay.
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