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Miranda Lambert Sells Out Show At Nashville’s Third And Lindsley

Posted On July 21, 2015

Tickets for Miranda Lambert's intimate show at Nashville's Third and Lindsley are sold out. She announced the Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars Unplugged concert yesterday morning and tickets were gone an hour later. The one-night only performance will include special guest appearances from RaeLynn, Clare Dunn and Courtney Cole, along with songwriters Natalie Hemby and…

Songwriter Wayne Carson Dead At 72

Posted On July 21, 2015

Nashville is mourning the loss of the man behind several classics, including "Always On My Mind" and "The Letter." Wayne Carson passed away yesterday at the age of 72.  He'd been suffering from several health problems. Carson was a member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton Getting Divorced

Posted On July 20, 2015

(Undated)  --  Country music's hottest couple is calling it quits. Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert are ending their marriage after four years. According to TMZ, Blake actually filed for divorce in Oklahoma a while back and a judge will finalize the divorce today. Miranda and Blake married back in 2011 after  dating for more than four years.

Several Country Artists To Appear On Don Henley Album

Posted On July 20, 2015

Several country artists are making guest appearances on Don Henley's upcoming solo CD. Miranda Lambert, Merle Haggard, Dolly Parton and Martina McBride are among those being featured on "Cass County."  The album was primarily recorded in Nashville and Dallas, and will be released on September 25th. The title refers to the county in northeast Texas where Henley…

Darius Rucker Extends Southern Style Tour

Posted On July 20, 2015

Darius Rucker is extending his Southern Style tour into the fall. It originally kicked off in May and is on track to sell more than 700,000 tickets by the time the current leg wraps up. The summer shows have also included Brett Eldredge, Brothers Osborne and A Thousand Horses.  A Thousand Horses will stay on…