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Dierks Bentley’s Seven Peaks Festival: 10 Best Things We Saw

Dierks Bentley’s Seven Peaks Festival: 10 Best Things We Saw
Labor Day weekend’s inaugural Seven Peaks Festival was all about the details. “Attention to details — that’s everything,” Dierks Bentley, the festival’s headliner and de facto presenting artist said Saturday afternoon while lounging in “Dudeville,” the backstage area for he and his band. “The devil’s in the details — isn’t that what they say? As a fan, you go to something like this and you notice things.”

Bentley was on “detail detail” all weekend, as anyone who peeked at his Instagram could tell — he joined Clint Black and Brothers Osborne onstage,
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How Aretha Franklin Influenced the Country Music of Dolly Parton, Tammy Wynette

How Aretha Franklin Influenced the Country Music of Dolly Parton, Tammy Wynette
In 1975, Kitty Wells traveled to Capricorn Studios in Macon, Georgia, to record Forever Young, an album of country, rock and soul songs. Wells was 56 at the time and was looking to modernize her sound and image, just a bit. She hadn’t had a Top Ten country hit in more than a decade and was best known — to most younger fans, she was perhaps only known — for “It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels,” a country chart-topper from 1952 that, as she later explained, “was just the women getting back at the men.
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Thomas Rhett To Kick Off 127th Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign

Academy of Country Music’s Male Vocalist of the Year Thomas Rhett will perform Live at At&T Stadium during the nationally televised halftime of the Dallas Cowboys game against the Los Angeles Chargers on Thanksgiving Day, kicking off The Salvation Army's annual Red Kettle Campaign.

Donations to the iconic campaign help provide shelter and meals for the homeless and hungry, and Christmas toys for millions of children, in addition to numerous other social service programs The Salvation Army provides year-round.

“Watching the Cowboys game is such a tradition on Thanksgiving Day,” said Thomas Rhett. “It’s all about being together with family and friends, but this year is going to be a little different for us. I’m pumped that we get to pack up the whole family to go to Dallas for the halftime show… it’s going to be blast and helping do it for a
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Weepy Winners, Celeb Selfies and Jay Z: Everything You Didn’t See on TV at the Cma Awards

Weepy Winners, Celeb Selfies and Jay Z: Everything You Didn’t See on TV at the Cma Awards
The 50th annual Cma Awards were made for TV, which means you had the best seat to watch three-plus hours of unforgettable performances. But there still was a lot of show TV viewers didn’t get to see that occurred off-camera, backstage, and amid the star-studded audience. Here are some of the fun scenes that escaped the TV cameras.

Commercial breaks turned into massive (and very brief) celebrity cocktail parties.

Well, without the actual cocktails (if you don’t count the flask that Cam’s husband, Adam Weaver, was swigging from). The stars just couldn’t seem to sit still
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The 2016 Cma Awards: Everything You Need To Know About Country’s Biggest Night

The 2016 Cma Awards: Everything You Need To Know About Country’s Biggest Night
This article first appeared on EW.

Country music is having a moment. With Blake Shelton charming audiences on the Voice, Jana Kramer heating it up on the Dancing with the Stars dance floor, and even mainstream pop stars like Lady Gaga wanting to get in on the fun (her latest No. 1 album Joanne was country-inspired), it’s impressive that for as fresh as country feels, the Country Music Awards are celebrating their 50th anniversary this year. Read below to find out all you need to know about this special anniversary edition of the CMAs.

So, when and where is this happening?
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Ivana Trump Addresses Donald's Manhood, Immigrant Policies and Issues Her Verdict on Melania as a Potential First Lady

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Ivana Trump Addresses Donald's Manhood, Immigrant Policies and Issues Her Verdict on Melania as a Potential First Lady
Ivana Trump is speaking out about her ex-husband Donald Trump's campaign for the White House in a revealing new interview with the New York Post. Ivana, who was married to the 69-year-old from 1977 to 1992, and shares three of his five children, publicly - and privately - supports the Gop frontrunner, and helps advise him on policy, she claims. "We speak before and after the appearances and he asks me what I thought," Ivana, 67, sais. Likely, her support comes from past experience: she said that Trump considered a presidential run decades ago. "Probably five years before our divorce, Reagan or
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Stacey Dash Calls Donald Trump a 'True Conservative,' Backs His Approach to National Security

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Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com Stacey Dash made her political allegiances clear on Thursday during an interview with Fox News at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Maryland. When asked by Jesse Watters if presidential candidate Donald Trump is really a "conservative," Dash responded, "I believe he is a true conservative." She added, "He's strong on national security." Dash, who made a appearance at the Oscars last Sunday, noted that it was her first time at the conference, speaking with Watters just ahead of the network's Gop Presidential Debate. The actress and Fox News correspondent previously told
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Stacey Dash Calls Donald Trump a 'True Conservative,' Backs His Approach to National Security

  • PEOPLE.com
Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com Stacey Dash made her political allegiances clear on Thursday during an interview with Fox News at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Maryland. When asked by Jesse Watters if presidential candidate Donald Trump is really a "conservative," Dash responded, "I believe he is a true conservative." She added, "He's strong on national security." Dash, who made a appearance at the Oscars last Sunday, noted that it was her first time at the conference, speaking with Watters just ahead of the network's Gop Presidential Debate. The actress and Fox News correspondent previously told
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Nascar For Trump! Racing CEO and Drivers Endorse Republican Candidate

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Nascar For Trump! Racing CEO and Drivers Endorse Republican Candidate
Just a day before some Southern states send in their Super Tuesday ballots, Donald Trump has added some heavyweight endorsements to his campaign. Nascar CEO Brian France, along with retired race car driver Bill Elliot and his son Chase have endorsed the billionaire businessman for president, making a show of their support at Trump's rally on Monday in fronts of thousands, CNN reports. "You know about his winning in business and success. I'm gonna tell you, he wins with his family," France said about the Gop front-runner. "That's how I judge a winner." While France showed nothing for support at the rally,
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Acm Presents: Superstar Duets pairs up country music legends on CBS

On Friday, May 14, at 9pm Et/Pt, CBS airs Acm Presents: Superstar Duets! This two-hour country music special features an unprecedented lineup of legendary performers playing alongside this year’s Acm Award nominees and other chart-topping artists at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas. Performers include Dierks Bentley, Clint Black, Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney, Eric Church, Alan Jackson, Miranda Lambert, Patty Loveless, Ronnie Milsap, Kip Moore, Reba McEntire, Darius Rucker, Keith Urban, Dwight Yoakam, Alabama, Brooks & Dunn, Eli Young Band, Florida Georgia Line, Lady Antebellum and The Band Perry. Here’s the list of performers that were scheduled for the show’s taping … Continue reading →

The post Acm Presents: Superstar Duets pairs up country music legends on CBS appeared first on Channel Guide Magazine.
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Why 'Celebrity Apprentice' still works

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Why 'Celebrity Apprentice' still works
When "The Celebrity Apprentice" returns to NBC Sunday night, before moving to its Monday night timeslot, it will have been off the air for almost two years. It was a season that was in limbo, and then was finally filmed, and then was in limbo again. Why delay the show so long? Its ratings, which have fallen both since it was a huge hit in its early years and since it morphed into a celebrity-only version of itself? Donald Trump's constant stupidity eruptions? NBC's sudden lack of need for two hours of reality TV filler every week? It's unclear. However, based on the way NBC treated the show over the past 18 months, this could be the last "Celebrity Apprentice," either forever or for another several years, unless its new timeslot, absence, and cast draw more viewers. If the show is cancelled, some people will celebrate its demise, but its cancellation would be unfortunate.
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Watch two Real Housewives shove pie into each other's faces on 'Celebrity Apprentice'

Watch two Real Housewives shove pie into each other's faces on 'Celebrity Apprentice'
When it comes to Celebrity Apprentice, having two Real Housewives shove food in each other’s faces is kind of the money shot…although I suppose season 2’s Clint Black would argue that it is hard to top the time he come up with an ad for Tide insinuating he liked to use detergent to masturbate while reading Donald Trump’s book (and no, I did not just make that up). The point is, this is the next best thing. Also, I should never use the words “Clint Black,” “masturbate,” and “money shot” in the same paragraph ever again.
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Greatest Series Finales: The Larry Sanders Show’s “Flip” embraces and critiques finale excess

The Larry Sanders Show, Season 6, Episode 11, “Flip”

Written by Peter Tolan and Garry Shandling

Directed by Todd Holland

Aired May 31st, 1998 on HBO

For TV series following a show-within-a-show, one of the most popular ways to structure the finale is during the production of the final episode of the fictional series, and a great example of that is The Larry Sanders Show’s “Flip”. From the opening behind-the-scenes prep for main character Larry’s (Garry Shandling) goodbye show to the show itself to the final moments in the calm of the deserted studio, “Flip” works wonderfully, both as a satisfying finale itself and as an entertaining and incisive commentary on farewell episodes in general.

The main characters each get a beat to react to the end of the show, as we as viewers expect. Artie, ever the picture of stoic calm, chokes up first in the wardrobe department and then later,
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Clint Black and Cracker Barrel's musical collaboration, details

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store and Clint Black announce the release of When I Said I Do, Black.s newest CD, which will be available on August 5 at all Cracker Barrel Old Country Store locations and online at crackerbarrel.com and select digital retailers. The release will feature 11 of Black.s favorites as well as three new recordings exclusively created for this album. From the press release .It.s truly an honor to join the Cracker Barrel family,. said Black. .It.s exciting to have new music available for the fans. I hope listeners love the new songs and enjoy rediscovering the ones we.ve previously released.. Black is an acclaimed singer, songwriter, musician, actor and entertainer who has sold more
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Flicka 3: Best Friends

In the third instalment of the children's equine saga, Toby (Clint Black) - accompanied by his jet-maned friend Flicka - arrives at Cherry Creek Farms for a job as stable manager for a tragedy-struck family. The horse-loving teenage daughter Kelly (Kacey Rohl) takes a shine to the canny colt... but there is a jealous friend to deal with as well as financial storm clouds gathering over the farm.
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Flicka 3 Movie Review, Trailer, Pictures & News

In the third instalment of the children's equine saga, Toby (Clint Black) - accompanied by his jet-maned friend Flicka - arrives at Cherry Creek Farms for a job as stable manager for a tragedy-struck family. The horse-loving teenage daughter Kelly (Kacey Rohl) takes a shine to the canny colt... but there is a jealous friend to deal with as well as financial storm clouds gathering over the farm.
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Which Original Song Contender Would You Like to See Performed at the Oscars?

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Thanks to a recent change in the rules, there will be at least five nominees for the Academy Award for Best Original Song this year--unlike the previous Oscars, which had only two. And as announced last week, those final five contenders will be selected from a list of 75 tunes written specifically for a film released in 2012. Among the songwriters who might have a shot at the little gold man are Katy Perry, Keith Urban, Adele, R.Kelly, Karen O., Beck, Fiona Apple, Clint Black, Jon Bon Jovi and Liz Phair. The question now is whether they will get to perform their nominated work at the Oscars (or if anyone will sing the original songs at all). Some years the ceremony completely excludes live renditions, or has a different singer perform the songs, which can be a shame if you’re a...

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Which Original Song Contender Would You Like to See Performed at the Oscars?

  • Fandango
Thanks to a recent change in the rules, there will be at least five nominees for the Academy Award for Best Original Song this year--unlike the previous Oscars, which had only two. And as announced last week, those final five contenders will be selected from a list of 75 tunes written specifically for a film released in 2012. Among the songwriters who might have a shot at the little gold man are Katy Perry, Keith Urban, Adele, R.Kelly, Karen O., Beck, Fiona Apple, Clint Black, Jon Bon Jovi and Liz Phair. The question now is whether they will get to perform their nominated work at the Oscars (or if anyone will sing the original songs at all). Some years the ceremony completely excludes live renditions, or has a different singer perform the songs, which can be a shame if you’re a...

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Bob Birch dies: Elton John and Billy Joel's guitarist commits suicide

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Robert Birch, a prolific guitarist best known for his work with legends Elton John and Billy Joel, has died, reports TMZ. Birch, who has played with John since 1992, was found close to his home, dead from a gunshot wound to the head.

Sources in law enforcement confirm that the wound appears to be self-inflicted. There was no evidence of drug use and no suicide note.

Birch, who played guitar on John's iconic "Candle In The Wind 1997" single about Princess Diana, has worked with Tina Turner, Stevie Wonder, Eric Clapton, John Mayer, Cher, Sting, The Backstreet Boys, The Spice Girls, Clint Black and more.

Birch is survived by his wife, Michelle, and their son, Jonathan. He was 56.
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