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Miranda Lambert Announces Tour Dates – CMT.com


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Miranda Lambert Announces Tour Dates
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In addition, she and Ronnie Dunn will announce the Academy of Country Music award nominations on Tuesday morning (Feb. 1). She is also scheduled to perform

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Miranda Lambert Coming to St. Augustine Amphitheatre – First Coast News

Miranda Lambert Coming to St. Augustine Amphitheatre
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One of country music's brightest stars will be shining locally in April, and tickets go on sale this week. Miranda Lambert has announced the St. Augustine
Miranda Lambert at Amphitheatre April 15St. Augustine Record


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LADY ANTEBELLUM’S “STARS TONIGHT” AND “NEED YOU NOW” SCORE BIG ON SUPER BOWL SUNDAY

By Mary Hilliard Harrington/Tyne Whitten, The Greenroom

 

Nashville, Tenn. – January 31, 2011 – GRAMMY award winning trio Lady Antebellum has been hand-selected by Westwood One to kick off the official NFL pre-game radio coverage of Super Bowl XLV on Sunday, Feb. 6 beginning at 3:00P CT.  Broadcasting on over 640 radio stations, the coverage will feature a special version of the fan favorite song “Stars Tonight” mixed with highlights from the Packers’ and Steelers’ winning seasons. 

Immediately following football’s biggest game, Lady A’s smash hit “Need You Now” will be part of the highly anticipated Super Bowl episode of Fox’s Emmy award winning musical comedy Glee.   Both songs were penned by the award-winning singer/songwriters.

The trio will be tuning in from Nashville before heading to Los Angeles for the GRAMMY awards next week where they are slated to perform and are nominated for six awards (Album of the Year and Best Country Album of the Year for NEED YOU NOW, Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Country Song and Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with vocals for “Need You Now”).

For more information and a full list of upcoming appearances, visit www.ladyantebellum.com.

Country Music Legend Doc Williams Dies at the Age of 96 – WTRF


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Country Music Legend Doc Williams Dies at the Age of 96
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Along with his late wife, Chickie, Country Music's Royal Couple, gave northeastern country music fans their own precursors to Johnny Cash and June Carter.

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Country Music Hall Of Fame And Ford Motor Company To Hold Community Day – All Access Music Group

Country Music Hall Of Fame And Ford Motor Company To Hold Community Day
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DEALERS are looking forward to offering this exciting opportunity to enjoy the COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM's premier educational experiences.
Free day at Country Music Hall of FameThe Tennessean (blog)

Country Music Hall of Fame traces roots of American musicColumbia Daily Tribune

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