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Image Courtesy Rick Diamond/WireImageKacey Musgraves begins her run of shows opening Katy Perry‘s Prismatic Tour Sunday night in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The two struck up a friendship after Katy tweeted about Kacey’s debut hit, “Merry Go Round.” They eventually shared the stage for an installment of CMT Crossroads earlier this year and ended up writing a song that could end up on a future Katy Perry album.

Kacey tells Billboard, “It’s loosely based on Dorothy’s version of The Wizard of Oz, her being in love with the Tin Man, but he didn’t have a heart. …read more

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Image Courtesy Sony Music NashvilleJake Owen‘s tendency to record sunny songs like “Beachin'” is all due to his childhood growing up in Vero Beach, Florida. He tells People, “It will always be home for me. It’s where all my coastal-living ways and beach ideas come from because that’s how I grew up. I literally grew up on the beach every day. I just like my feet in the sand.”

Jake goes on to say Vero Beach is his favorite spot in the whole world followed by Grand Cay in the Bahamas. He often goes …read more

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Image Courtesy Warner Music NashvilleIt looks like Brett Eldredge is making a hot and steamy video for his latest single, “Mean to Me.” In a short video posted to Instagram, Brett is clothed standing in a shower writing “Mean to Me” and drawing a smiley face in the steamed-up glass. The caption reads, “This was right after filming the shower scene…no seriously.”

We won’t know exactly how much skin Brett revealed in that shower scene until the “Mean to Me” video is released in the coming weeks.

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Image Courtesy Republic NashvilleFlorida Georgia Line was lucky enough to have a career-making song with their debut single, “Cruise,” which has been downloaded seven million times so far. So why didn’t they try to come with a song like “Cruise” to lead off their upcoming sophomore album?

Explaining why they chose to release their new traditional-leaning single, “Dirt,” Brian Kelley tells the Chicago Sun-Times, “I think a ‘Cruise’-type song would have been accepted, but just when you think you have FGL figured out, we wanted to go against the grain and change …read more

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Image Courtesy Woman’s DayTrisha Yearwood graces the cover of Woman’s Day magazine’s September issue, and shares a few tips on creating fun family dinners in the cover story.

Trisha and her husband, Garth Brooks, have been juggling their busy schedules, plus his three daughters’ school and extracurricular activities, for years now. The youngest is the only one left at home, but Trisha knows exactly how to get the two older college girls home to the dinner table.

Trisha tells Woman’s Day, “They live nearby, and if I send out a text that says, ‘Hey, it’s …read more

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Comstock/ThinkstockWhat year did Tim McGraw and Faith Hill tie the knot? ANSWER: 1996.

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Comstock/ThinkstockWhat year did Tim McGraw and Faith Hill tie the knot? ANSWER: 1996.

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Image Courtesy David McClister/UMG NashvilleCountry newcomer Sam Hunt is just now hitting the airwaves with his debut single, “Leave the Night On,” but country fans are already familiar with his songwriting. Sam was a co-writer on Keith Urban‘s recent hit, “Cop Car,” as well as on “Come Over” by Kenny Chesney and Billy Currington‘s current chart-topper, “We Are Tonight.” While listeners will hear some pop and hip-hop influences in Sam’s music, his songwriting roots are planted firmly in the country genre.

Sam says, “Even though musically I might experiment with a little more of a …read more

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Image Courtesy David McClister/UMG NashvilleCountry newcomer Sam Hunt is just now hitting the airwaves with his debut single, “Leave the Night On,” but country fans are already familiar with his songwriting. Sam was a co-writer on Keith Urban‘s recent hit, “Cop Car,” as well as on “Come Over” by Kenny Chesney and Billy Currington‘s current chart-topper, “We Are Tonight.” While listeners will hear some pop and hip-hop influences in Sam’s music, his songwriting roots are planted firmly in the country genre.

Sam says, “Even though musically I might experiment with a little more of a …read more

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ABC/Jon LeMayThree adults in their 20s, charged with disorderly conduct in June after police said they threw beer bottles and shouted expletives at security officers outside Taylor Swift‘s Rhode Island mansion, have had the cases against them dismissed.

TMZ reports that the trio — Tristan Kading, Michael Horrigan and Emily Kading — paid 100 dollars each to a crime victim’s fund. As a result, they’re in the clear.

After the incident, Tristan Kading told TMZ that the three had been drinking at the time of the incident and had no beef with Taylor.

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