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Miranda Lambert has been accused of threatening a fellow shop owner in her hometown of Tishomingo, Oklahoma. Shop owner Melanie Peden has filed a police report after she says Miranda threatened violence in her shop. Peden says that Miranda came into her store and had a foul-mouthed meltdown after she was accused of "stealing" her property. Peden says Miranda "had a complete meltdown and threatened to 'punch me in the mouth' if I kept talking." Peden continues in a National Enquirer story, "She's got a real anger problem and needs help. But I stood my ground and asked her to leave my store."
Blake Shelton is too busy to get with his buddies and watch the basketball tournament, he says, "My best friend that I grew up with, he has a ‘Gentlemen’s Start Your Livers’ weekend. It’s like a two week thing that he does for March or however long that goes on and I’ve never gone to it because I said, ’Man I don’t know much about Basketball.” Blake did play a few hoops in high school, and reveals he had a particular move on the court during his playing days. “Well, they use to call me ‘Hook Shot Shelton’ back in the day, back in high school,” Blake says. “When I’d play basketball I would throw a hook shot, I never make any, ‘Hook Shot!’ because you can do that when you are running away from everybody.”
Brad Paisley is raising some eyebrows with the titles of a couple songs on his new Wheelhouse album. The track list includes song titles like "Accidental Racist" and "Those Crazy Christians" along with "Death of a Married Man" and "Death of a Single Man." "Accidental Racist" addresses slavery in our nation's history. Brad's buddy, LL Cool J collaborates on the track, adding lyrics about racial harmony. "Brad's not afraid to express himself," the legendary rapper tells Parade magazine in a feature article on Wheelhouse. "What other country artist, or any artist right now, talks about slavery?"
Luke Bryan remains at the top of the country album chart with his Spring Break…Here to Party collection. The disc sold nearly 61,000 copies this week to land at number-one on the country chart and at number-three on the overall chart.
Gary Allan's song “Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain)” is showing up as tatoos on his fans' bodies. "I saw “Every Storm Runs Out of Rain” inked on people … some good ones, some bad ones.” Gary says he hears stories from people who connect with the song. “Somebody always corners me and tells me how I’ve inspired them or gotten them through something. And I usually laugh and say, ‘Well if you like my stuff that much that means you’ve been through a lot of stuff, so, sorry about that.”
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