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Rascal Flatts are taking on another project; they have started the Rascal Flatts Restaurants Group! They will be opening their first themed restaurant in Phoenix, Arizona. It will be complete with a state-of-the-art soundstage, an indoor/outdoor bar, retail space and there will be no problem fitting it all in the 14,000 square feet the building […]

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Taylor Swift will be performing an acoustic concert for a college of high school that wins her latest contest. As part of the “VH1 Storytellers” series airing on VH1, Taylor is giving colleges in the continental United States the chance to win either a concert from her or a $10,000 grant for their music program […]

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The free weekly L’Anse Lakefront Concerts series will feature “The Derrell Syria Project” on Thursday, August 23 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the band shell at Lakefront Park on Broad Street in L’Anse. Attendees should bring a lawn chair. This event can be found along with a whole bunch of other community events at […]

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A Great Vacation

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I was able to take a little vacation this past Wednesday through Sunday and I went to the Eli Young Band Concert and Drummond Island! First of all, my sister and brother showed their pigs at the fair and did great! That night I was going to the Eli Young Band Concert at the U.P. […]

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The NBC hit show “The Voice” has added some changes for the season 3 premiere. Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Cee Lo Green joined reality-TV produced Mark Burnett, social-media expert Christina Milian and host of The Voice Carson Daly at a press conference in Malibu to talk about the changes. One new feature […]

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Dierks Bentley’s annual Miles & Music for Kids motorcycle ride and  concert has more stars. Sheryl Crow, Chris Young, Brantley Gilbert, Cadillac Black and Craig Campbell have been added to the Nashville set list for Sunday, October 14th. With 12 events in seven U.S. cities, Dierks has already raised over $2 million dollars for the […]

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You can ride in a vintage 1929 Ford Tri-Motor Airliner restored by the EAA. This plane is making an eight stop tour this year and it is at the Sawyer International Airport today. This plane was the world’s first mass-produced airliner built by the Ford Motor Company. This exact aircraft was also Eastern Airlines very […]

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American Idol season 10 winner, Phillip Phillips, has made country music news on with his latest hit single “Home.” The hit went from #89 on the Billboard Hot 100 to #9 after being played during women’s gymnastics in the Olympics. People seem to love the song and even though it may not be called country, […]

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The U.P. State Fair, going on at the Escanaba fairgrounds, is getting bigger and even better! Now that the state doesn’t fund the event, it seems like it is doing even better with more buildings being added and more attractions. My family has brought our camper down and camped out at the fair for 13 […]

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Well when you’ve been in the country music scene for 60 years it is hard to experience something new, but Dolly Parton does have another recent first under her belt. “An Evening with Dolly” is Dolly’s newest live DVD album. It was released in April at the Cracker Barrel Old Country Stores and it has […]

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