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Trisha Yearwood Lives Up to Her Culinary Reputation on the 4th, Before Garth Makes Her Nervous With Fireworks

Image Courtesy RCA/GwendolynHaving written three best-selling cookbooks and hosting a hit show on the Food Network, it’s no surprise that Independence Day at Trisha Yearwood‘s house sounds like it lives up to her culinary reputation. But the Peach State native says she tends to stick to family traditions, like her mother’s coleslaw.

“4th of July at my house is one of my favorite holidays just because it’s all of my favorite summer foods,” she muses. “My dad was the grill master, and he used to make barbecue chicken for the whole town of Monticello, Georgia. We don’t make it for …read more

Capitol NashvilleWith the release of their new song “Something Better” with EDM producer Audien, Lady Antebellum becomes the latest country band to join the Electronic Dance Music movement.

“I wanted to push boundaries,” the progressive house/trance artist told Entertainment Weekly. “The song lends itself perfectly to call and response vocals and anthemic harmonies. Lady Antebellum aren’t just some of the best voices in country music, but in overall music. It was a shot in the dark, but fortunately they felt as passionately about the song’s uplifting theme as I did. The result is …read more

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Big Machine RecordsEven though superstars Rascal Flatts will be working this 4th of July as an opening act, the guys in the band couldn’t be more excited about it, namely because they’re opening for the legendary Rolling Stones on their Zip Code tour.

“That was one you put on the bucket list and go, ‘OK, last resort.’ It’s a blessing. So, it’s gonna be incredible,” Gary LeVox says of the performance this Saturday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Jay DeMarcus admits getting the phone call from Mick Jagger was pretty surreal. “I’m gonna tell you what. They’re wrong. You can get some …read more

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Comstock/ThinkstockName Keith Urban‘s first hit on the Billboard Country Singles chart. ANSWER: “It’s A Love Thing” climbed to #18 in 1999.

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RCA NashvilleOn the 4th of July, remembering the soldiers who’ve fought for America’s freedom is especially important to Chris Young, having played quite a few shows for the troops overseas and also having several close relatives in the armed forces.

“You know, I’ve got a lot of connection to the military in my family,” he says. “My brother-in-law is still in the Marine Corps. My sister was a Marine. So, it’s important to me, and it’s something that for sure, I, one, take a lot of pride in trying to do that as much as possible. But two, it’s something that …read more

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UMG NashvilleFor newcomer Canaan Smith, Independence Day resonates with him in a special way, having grown up in a pivotal city in the Old Dominion.

“Williamsburg, Virginia’s a spectacular place for 4th of July ’cause it’s the birthplace of our nation,” he asserts. “Really started there. So, when we celebrate our independence, that’s a big place to do it and a great place to do it.”

The “Love You Like That” hitmaker says the city also lives up to its historic reputation when it comes to marking America’s birthday.

“We would do fireworks. They have a massive fireworks display. We …read more

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Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockDan+Shay recently joined Keith Urban for a rendition of his hit “Tonight I Wanna Cry” on tour. You can check out their rehearsal and performance on the duo’s YouTube channel.

You can now watch Lee Brice‘s new video for “That Don’t Sound Like You” on YouTube.

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Mercury NashvilleAs a kid growing up in Florida, Easton Corbin recalls it being impossible to get “the good fireworks” in his hometown. But he had a relative who always managed to solve that problem for him.

“Tallahassee’s near the Alabama border right there, so my uncle would go over to Alabama to get fireworks, and we’d all gather up at my grandma’s. And he’d bring all that stuff to my grandma’s and we’d horse around all day,” he remembers fondly.

But Easton’s quick to point out firework safety was always a major concern. “Of course, we didn’t blow off any limbs or …read more

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Michael Buckner/ACM2015/Getty Images for dcpFlorida Georgia Line‘s Tyler Hubbard commemorated a special anniversary Wednesday by getting married.

He married Hayley Strommel Wednesday night at Trail Creek Cabin in Sun Valley, Idaho, he tells People magazine.

The couple tied the knot on the two-year anniversary of their first kiss.

Hubbard comments, “There’s something about being able to call Hayley my wife and say that it’s official!”

“Marriage is forever and we’re just so happy to share our love forever,” he adds.

Hubbard’s band mate, Brian Kelley, served as his best man. He remarked, “We’ve kind of built a family, Hayley and myself …read more

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Warner Music NashvilleThis Independence Day, Cole Swindell is headed for the town that inspired the hit he co-wrote for Luke Bryan, “Roller Coaster.”

“I think I have a few days blocked off to go down to Panama City, maybe, and just relax with some friends,” Cole says. The summer hit was inspired by PCB’s Miracle Strip Amusement Park, and mentions one of the city’s main drags, Thomas Drive.

But after his trip to Florida’s Gulf Coast, Cole is looking forward to getting back to work. “Then it’s busy. Back out with [Jason] Aldean and Kenny Chesney, man. This is a big …read more

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