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Granger Smith Announces New Album, ‘When the Good Guys Win’

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Granger Smith has announced details about his upcoming album, When the Good Guys Win. Smith says in a press release: “Each of these 14 tracks fills an important space and it is my hope that they take you on a ride through peaks and valleys, from light-hearted to painfully honest and …

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Country Stars Performing at Joe Walsh’s Benefit Concert

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Keith Urban and Zac Brown Band have signed on to perform at Joe Walsh’s benefit concert for VetsAid on September 20 in Fairfax, Virginia. VetsAid is a nonprofit organization that raises money to benefit veterans and their families. Walsh says in a press release: “I had to do something and rock …

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Natalie Stovall Announces Her Audition for The Voice

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Natalie Stovall took a break from touring with her band, The Drive, to audition for The Voice. The singer/songwriter made the announcemnt to her fans on Twitter. Stovall posted:“Y’ALL. It’s been SO HARD to keep it a secret. But FINALLY, I can tell you I auditioned for @NBCTheVoice!!! #TeamStovall #TheVoice.” In addition to …

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Kane Brown Addresses U.S. Senate About Rental Housing Crisis

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Kane Brown went to capitol hill yesterday to addresss the U.S. about the rental housing crisis across the U.S. Low income families are facing a difficult time finding affordable housing and making ends meet as housing costs have risen across the country. Brown told the Senate: “We lived in eight or …

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Troy Gentry’s Official Obituary

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Average Joe’s Entertainment has released Troy Gentry’s official obituary and it reads as follows: Troy Lee Gentry passed away Sept. 8, 2017, in Medford, N.J., at the age of 50. He was born April 5, 1967 in Lexington, Ky. He was preceded in death by his parents, Lloyd and Patricia …

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Investigator Details the Moments Before Troy Gentry Helicopter Crash

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In an interview with People an investigator with the National Transportation Safety Board has given details about the helicopter crash that killed Troy Gentry. Bryan Rayner, the investigator, told People: “Not long after takeoff, the pilot announced over the airport frequency — which was being monitored by a number of people …

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Troy Gentry Funeral and Public Celebration Details

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A public celebration honoring the life and career of Troy Gentry will take place in Nashville on September 14 at the Grand Ole Opry at 11 AM. The celebration will be livestreamed on Grand Ole Opry’s website. A private funeral will follow the public celebration. The family is requesting that …

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Chris Young’s ‘Losing Sleep’ Track Listing

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Chris Young has finally shared the track listing for his upcoming album, Losing Sleep. Young co-wrote all ten tracks on the album. Losing Sleep is set to be released October 10. The full track listing can be found below. Chris Young’s Losing Sleep Track Listing: 1. “Losing Sleep” – Chris …

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Margo Price Announces New Album, ‘All American Made’

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Margo Price announced her upcoming album with a lengthy Instagram post. All American Made is set to be released October 20. Her full post and track listing can be found below. “I’m so excited to share what the band and I have been working on this past year. My full-length …

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Dustin Lynch Plans Hurricane Harvey Benefit Concert

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Dustin Lynch is planning a concert to benefit people affected by hurricane Harvey. The benefit concert is set to take place in Dallas on September 12. Lynch says in a press release: “The spirit of Texas, and of country music, is to help your neighbor — to pitch in when others …

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