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Image Courtesy CMAReba will headline a benefit concert in Gallatin, Tennessee, on Sunday, November 30 to fund lung cancer research at Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center in Nashville. The show is organized by Dawn Sears, who is currently battling lung cancer. She is a member of The Time Jumpers western swing band along with Vince Gill.

Tickets for the benefit show are now available at DawnSearsandFriends.com.

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Image Courtesy McClister/UMGSam Hunt plays Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium Friday night opening for Kip Moore on the CMT on Tour: Up in Smoke trek. Charlie Worsham is also on the bill, and Sam has had a blast getting to know those guys in the past few weeks.

Sam tells ABC News Radio, “We all get along so well. They have good people on their team, and we have good people on our team. I think good people just get along together.”

A lot of that bonding has taken place at the pre-show meals backstage.

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Nashville Notes

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Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockDan + Shay will perform on NBC’s Today show on October 23.

Dustin Lynch appears on GAC Top 20 Countdown Friday.

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Image Courtesy Republic NashvilleFlorida Georgia Line has had a jam-packed week in New York City promoting their just-released album, Anything Goes. While the duo is having a blast sharing their new music with fans, the crazy schedule can get stressful. That’s why FGL’s Tyler Hubbard will probably break out his yoga mat at some point this weekend to blow off some steam.

Tyler and his fiancée, Hayley, often post photographs on Instagram of their yoga practices, which is something Tyler would’ve never done before they got together.

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Image Courtesy Webster PRTanya Tucker‘s career is the subject of a new exhibit opening November 14 at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

“Tanya Tucker: Strong Enough to Bend” will feature several of Tanya’s stage costumes, including a few custom-made Nudie’s Rodeo Tailor designs from her career. Tanya’s custom Harley Davidson motorcycle painted in her own special hue of pink will be on display along with an enlarged reproduction of her Rolling Stone cover from September 1974. A container of Tanya’s salsa rounds out the exhibit.

The Tanya Tucker exhibit will run through May 2015.

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Image Courtesy Warner Music NashvilleCharlie Worsham is starting to choose which of the 30 songs he’s written for his sophomore album will make the final cut. Fans can expect the music of Charlie’s home state, Mississippi, to heavily influence the follow up to his 2013 debut, Rubberband.

Instead of trying to keep up with every other male singer on country radio today, Charlie tells The Tennessean, “I want my compass to be my heart and the fact that I grew up in a state that gave us Elvis Presley and B.B. King and Marty Stuart and …read more

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Image Courtesy Arista NashvilleCarrie Underwood sings about the transformation of being baptized as a Christian in her new single, “Something in the Water.” Looking back on her own baptism a child in Oklahoma, Carrie tells Billboard, “It really was just kind of a wonderful day.”

She says, “I wanted to do that. I had gotten saved, and that was the next step, you know. That was kind of what we had always been taught. I just remember being so proud that day.”

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Image Courtesy Show Dog/UniversalToby Keith and Vince Gill are among the nominees for possible induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2015.

Other nominated non-performing writers include Bobby Braddock, who wrote George Jones’ “He Stopped Loving Her Today” and Billy Currington‘s “People Are Crazy,” and Bob McDill, who wrote Alan Jackson‘s “Gone Country” and Alabama‘s “Song of the South.”

The Songwriters Hall of Fame honors composers and lyricists whose work has had an impact around the world. Voting among the Hall of Fame’s members is underway now through December 15. The inductees will be announced following the …read more

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Image Courtesy BBMA/Dick Clark/ABCEurope’s biggest country music festival is getting even bigger in 2015. Luke Bryan and Lady Antebellum will headline the C2C: Country to Country Festival, returning to London and Dublin on March 7 and 8. This year, the festival expands to Stockholm, Sweden and Oslo Norway on February 28 and March 1, respectively.

Florida Georgia Line, Brandy Clark, Jason Aldean, Brantley Gilbert and Kip Moore also are slated to perform at this year’s C2C: Country to Country Festival. Go to C2C-CountrytoCountry.com for ticket information.

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Country Star Trivia

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Comstock/ThinkstockWhat is the title of Trisha Yearwood‘s #1 debut hit? ANSWER: “She’s in Love with the Boy.”

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