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Media Asked Not to Ask Questions About Guns and Politics at CMA Awards


The media has been asked not to ask any questions about guns or politics at the CMA Awards after the mass shooting in Las Vegas. Media outlets who ask questions about guns or politics run the risk of having their credentials revoked. The following statement was issued to media outlets: …

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No Charges Filed Against Kirt Webster


Metro Nashville Police will not file sexual assault charges against Kirt Webster due to the expiration of the statute of limitations. Kirt Webster was accused by former country singer, Austin Rick of sexual assault. Austin Rick claims Webster committed sexual assault on numerous occassions from 2007-2008. The statute of limitations …

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John McEuen Leaves Nitty Gritty Dirt Band


John McEuen has announced he will be leaving the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. McEuen helpled found the group in 1966. McEuen left the band in 1986 and rejoined the band again in 2001. McEuen gave the following statement as to why he is leaving the group again: “As a catalyst …

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Christmas 4 Kids Performers Announced


A few of the performs for the Christmas 4 Kids concert have been announced. Hunter Hayes, Brett Young, and Lindsay Ell have been confirmed as performers. Proceeds from Christmas 4 Kids allow children to go on shopping sprees to buy Christmas presents and visit with Santa. The event will take place at …

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Merle Haggard Museum to Open in Nashville


A museum dedicated to the life and career of Merle Haggard is set to open soon in Nashville on Third Avenue South. The museum will feature Haggard’s personal items, instruments, and clothing worn on stage by Haggard. The Merle Haggard Museum does not have an official open date. A restaurant …

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