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The 2013 ACAs are finally here! See your favorite country stars hit the red carpet Live.
Fact: There’s no such thing as too many country music award shows, which is why we’re psyched for the 2013 American Country Awards, which pits some of the biggest names in country music against one another in an all-out melee of patriotic pride.
American Country Awards Live Stream — Watch The 2013 ACAs Online
But before the main event at 8 p.m., the honorees are hitting the red carpet, at which point we’ll get to gawk at all the beautiful people — while simultaneously judging those who seem to have dressed themselves in the dark.
And that’s only the tip of the red-carpet iceberg!
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- Hollywood Life Staff
Danica Patrick is trading in the race track for the rodeo for one night only, as a co-host for this year's American Country Awards with country legend Trace Adkins, it was announced on Tuesday, Sept. 17. The popular Nascar driver will help introduce acts like Reba McEntire, Blake Shelton, Rascal Flatts, and Uncle Kracker, as well as present awards to a few lucky Aca nominees, ranging from Taylor Swift to Miranda Lambert to Lady Antebellum. "I can't wait to see if I have what it takes to keep [...] »
It's night two of the knockout rounds on "The Voice," with coaches Blake Shelton and Usher pitting their teams against one another to see who'll make it to the live shows next week, after Adam Levine and Shakira put their teams through the paces last night. Who will make it through?
First Knockout: Team Blake - Savannah Berry vs. Justin Rivers
Performances: It's interesting that both chose a gender-flipping pop star's song to compete with. Justin's rehearsals reveal that he's bringing a much more straightforward version of Miley's track, while Savannah's really trying to something different with her spin on the Biebs.
In her performance, Savannah really presents a twist on "Alaylm," charming Bieber's mentor Usher even into singing along. Justin's performance is a slog. This song choice doesn't make any sense for him. »
Kid Rock wasn't afraid to show his Republican pride during the presidential election, but apparently that doesn't mean all of the Gop's policies sit well with the rocker. You may have heard that the musician has been planning to try and hook fans up by selling concert tickets for his tour this summer with Zz Top, Uncle Kracker and Kool & the Gang for just $20 (and beer for just $4), but he's running into some trouble due to ticketing fees and the fact that some states have outlawed paperless ticketing. And guess who was behind that idea? "That's one of the times I'm f--king embarrassed to be a Republican," he tells Rolling Stone. »
We're back with another installment of Radio 66.6! This week features the latest news, music, videos and tour dates from the likes of Black Sabbath, Every Time I Die, Rob Zombie, Stone Sour, Terror, Meshuggah, Kid Rock, Him, Marky Ramone's Blitzkrieg and more.
Don't touch that dial!
The artwork for Black Sabbath's 13 can be seen here. You also get a small taste of a new song. The album will be out in June.
Listen to a new Him song tilted "Tears On Tape" here. It's the title track from their upcoming album, »
- Alex DiVincenzo
Kid Rock is one rockin' recessionista. (That's a sentence we never thought we'd write, but there it is.) When the musician sets out for his tour this summer with Zz Top, Uncle Kracker and Kool & the Gang, fans will be able to nab tickets for just $20. "I think [from the fan's perspective] it's more the service charges, the fees, getting in there and not knowing what beers will cost, what they'll hit you for parking," Kid explained. "We're all fortunate to make as much money as we do, and I can surely take a pay cut and help out in these hard times." Here's how we see this announcement shaking out: Some will say that Mr. Rock clearly loves his fans and other »
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