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Garth Brooks on Staying United as a Nation

Garth Brooks on Staying United as a Nation

Garth Brooks says the last thing we need to do as a nation right now is let them divide us . . . because that’s how countries fall apart.   This was on an episode of “Inside Studio G”.

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Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans Players Have Tested Positive for Coronavirus

Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans Players Have Tested Positive for Coronavirus

Just when it was starting to look a little more optimistic that pro sports could return, there’s this . . . A “small number” of Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans players have tested positive for the coronavirus. One of them is Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott.  He wasn’t happy that the news leaked . . . and he Tweeted, quote, […]

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Thomas Rhett on His Dad, Rhett Akins, Making Sure He Had a Normal Life Growing Up

Thomas Rhett on His Dad, Rhett Akins, Making Sure He Had a Normal Life Growing Up

Father’s Day is this Sunday.  Thomas Rhett is thankful that his dad  Rhett Atkins, made sure he had a normal life growing up.  And he plans to do the same with his kids. 

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Country trio Lady Antebellum dropped “Antebellum” from its name.

Country trio Lady Antebellum dropped “Antebellum” from its name.

The trio behind hits “Need You Now” and “Bartender” now identifies as “Lady A,” renouncing the term used particularly to describe existing before the American Civil War.  In a statement posted to social media, the band — featuring members Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood — said that when Lady A formed 14 years ago,  the group didn’t […]

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Garth Brooks Announces Drive-In Theaters Concert

Garth Brooks Announces Drive-In Theaters Concert

Garth Brooks was on “Good Morning America” yesterday announcing his Drive-In Theaters Concert.   (It’s a live concert that will be shown at 300 drive-in theaters across North America on June 27th.  All the venues will follow the local CD guidelines.)

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You Don’t Have to Be a New Artist to Win Best New Artist at the Grammys Anymore

You Don’t Have to Be a New Artist to Win Best New Artist at the Grammys Anymore

The Recording Academy announced some new Grammy rules yesterday, including this mind-bender:  You don’t have to be a new artist anymore to win Best New Artist. As of 2016, the rules stated that a Best New Artist nominee had to release at least five tracks or one album, but no more than 30 tracks or three […]

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Checkout The Corbette Jackson interview from The Shotgun Show Monday.

Checkout The Corbette Jackson interview from The Shotgun Show Monday.

Nashville artist and Newman, Georgia’s very own Corbette Jackson talks about his new song “Valdosta” that debuted on 99.5 Kix Country, upcoming tour and writing. (Shotgun) “I have a lot of music passed my way. Some good, some bad. But this song is great. Corbette is a versible performer that has got a sound that […]

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Checkout the interview “Shotgun” had Friday with Georgia’s very own Craig Campbell.

Checkout the interview “Shotgun” had Friday with Georgia’s very own Craig Campbell.

Craig Campbell joined “Shotgun” to talk about family, what he does on off time and his upbringing in Lyons, Georgia.

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Kane Brown has dedicated his new song to the movement against racism and discrimination.

Kane Brown has dedicated his new song to the movement against racism and discrimination.

Kane Brown has dedicated his new song to the movement against racism and discrimination. Produced by Dann Huff, “Worldwide Beautiful” dropped at midnight (Wednesday) and raises much needed funds for the Boys and Girls Club of America (BGCA) to advocate for justice and equality for millions of young people. It’s is an uplifting number which Brown has been […]

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Mickey Guyton Has a New Song Called “Black Like Me” . . . Will It Go #1?

Mickey Guyton Has a New Song Called “Black Like Me” . . . Will It Go #1?

MICKEY GUYTON released her song “Black Like Me” yesterday, and the timing is perfect.  Not only is the message real, but it’s something we NEED to hear and, hopefully, process.   She co-wrote it but it’s definitely her story.  Here’s the opening verse:  “Little kid in a small town . . . I did my best just to fit in . […]

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