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Nov. 2 is a huge day for country music. The 50th Country Music Association Awards are airing, and it's already shaping up to be a blowout celebration. Carrie Underwood, Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert, Reba McEntire, Willie Nelson, and Dolly Parton are just a few of the superstars who appear in the video for "Forever Country," a medley of several of the genre's biggest hits. John Denver's "Take Me Home, Country Roads," Parton's "I Will Always Love You" and Nelson's "On the Road Again" are all featured on the track. Check it out, and mark your calendar for Nov. 2! Related Stories:The Ultimate Country Music Wedding Playlist »
- Maggie Pehanick
The country music family is alive and well. Even though Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert are no longer romantically linked, the talented artists didn't hesitate to participate in a special single honoring the 50th Annual Cma Awards. In the song and music video just released, dozens of artists come together for a mashup of John Denver's "Take Me Home, Country Roads," Willie Nelson's "On the Road Again" and Dolly Parton's "I Will Always Love You." "When I first heard about it, it was hard to wrap my mind around it," Miranda admitted. "How many people are on three songs? How long is it? It's not very long of time to fit a lot of things »
The video for the all-star "Forever Country" mash-up opens on a green field, panning to sun-dappled woods and a glimpse of Nashville's Honky Tonk strip before Brad Paisley appears in a roadside café, singing the words of a classic: "Almost heaven, West Virginia…" For Paisley, one of the 30 acts lending talent to "Forever Country," the project was personal. "'Take Me Home Country Roads' is my state anthem," Paisley tells People of the John Denver tune that was blended with Dolly Parton's "I Will Always Love You" and Willie Nelson's "On the Road Again" for the new song »
- Eileen Finan
Shane McAnally was nothing short of terrified when he stepped into the studio to begin a project that, on paper, looked a little crazy. The challenge of melding three iconic country song - John Denver's "Country Roads, Take Me Home," Dolly Parton's "I Will Always Love You" and Willie Nelson's "On The Road Again" - into one new piece of music to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Country Music Association Awards, was "a very scary process," McAnally tells People. In fact, when a mash-up was first proposed as a way of marking the anniversary, McAnally, who's »
- Eileen Finan
Something old will be something new on country radio tomorrow and we can't wait. In celebration of this year's 50th anniversary of the Country Music Association's Cma Awards, thirty of Nashville's most famous voices have transformed three iconic country songs - John Denver's "Take Me Home, Country Roads," Willie Nelson's "On the Road Again," and Dolly Parton's "I Will Always Love You" - into one epic mash-up that will premiere Friday on radio stations across the country. The concept behind the new single, "Forever Country," sounds a little crazy (and maybe even sacrilege?) but with producer Shane McAnally »
- Eileen Finan
Returning for the second half of its second season Sunday, Fear the Walking Dead followed Nick down the long and perilous road to Tijuana. Yes, go ahead, you can say it. “How long and perilous was it?” It was so long — 100 miles — and so perilous — Madison’s son was attacked by everything from sharpshooters to cacti — that, at times, it didn’t look like he was going to make it. Did he? If you don’t already know, read on and find out.
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In this episode of CriterionCast Chronicles, Ryan is joined by David Blakeslee, Arik Devens, and Mark Hurne to discuss the Criterion Collection releases for May 2016.
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- Ryan Gallagher
Jack White knows which direction his obsessions with American folk, blues and country steered him as an artist. "When you get back to Howlin' Wolf, Charley Patton, Robert Johnson – it basically begins there, and that's the best it ever was and the best it's ever going to be," White declared Thursday night onstage at the Sundance Film Festival, following a preview of the ambitious six-hour American Epic documentary series for PBS.
Here at Flickering Myth over the past few months we’ve kept you updated about Sheltered, the post-apocalyptic, disaster management game from Team17 and Unicube, with the last major update being in December 2015 titled “Danger”.
Well appearing on the servers now is the latest major update dubbed “Bloodlines” and in this new bunch of shiny stuff you can expect to see a new scenario, more quests, numerous changes and a whole massive heap of bugs fixes too. Take a look below at the full list of what you’ll find within the Bloodlines update and also whilst you’re down there have a look at the “Beneath the Surface” Developers Diary too.
Sheltered – Bloodlines update contents:
New Scenario: Family Ties – A new scenario has been added which on completion allows the players to locate and recruit additional family members New Quests
o The Sickness
o The Doll
One Direction left the pop-music world the same way they entered it: clutching each other on an X Factor U.K. finale, hoping for an encouraging word from career dad Simon Cowell. The difference: In that moment, broadcast mid-December, 1D were in control of what would happen next. After five years and five albums, they chose to pull the plug on the world’s biggest boy band, at least for now. Last year was pretty dramatic for the lads. They released Made in the A.M., their first album without Zayn Malik, and one many Directioners assume is their last. In their final public performances, de facto heartthrob Harry Styles stepped back, while the outgoing bro bunch — Liam Payne, Niall Horan, and Louis Tomlinson — found their own ways of standing out. Even still, there was no Zayn, and the guys appeared tired. Anyone who went to the last few dates of »
- Maria Sherman
10 items from 2016
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