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Justin Moore Picks Stewart Over Danica at Daytona

Posted on 22 February 2013 by Bill West

Carl Edwards and Justin Moore

Edwards and Moore / Photo: Justin Moore

Country music singer songwriter Justin Moore is ready to take on Daytona.    The Valory Music Group star is headed to the big race to support a special concert to honor heroes and officially launch Crown Royal’s search for the individual who will receive naming rights to the 2013 Brickyard 400. Every year the whisky brand names the July race after a deserving hero through its “Your Hero’s Name Here” program.  Head to CrownRoyalHeros.com for more.

Hear The Full Justin Moore Interview – Click Here

 Justin Moore’s Nascar Connection

Justin Moore is also ready to get into the new NASCAR season.   He names Carl Edwards as a good buddy and featured him in a recent video for the hit “Bait a Hook”  See it HERE

As for his race picks, “My picks… whoo.. I’m a Carl Edwards fan we’re kinda rootin for him… but he got a little dinged up in practice yesterday, I don’t know what the situation with the car is, but my gut tells me Tony Stewart, his cars been really good this week, Danica being on the pole is an example of that but he’s always had this race elude him for whatever reason.  He’s always ran good at Daytona and other races so I think he gets the ever elusive 500 win this week.”

Moore’s New Country Song and Tour

Moore’s been busy lately.  He just ended a run as the opener for Eric Church’s tour, earned his second Gold certified album and – off the success of his latest number one radio single “‘Til My Last Day” – announced his first headlining tour dubbed Outlaws Like Me.

He says his new single is called “Point Of View” and it’s another love song.  ”I’m excited this song’s a tough, rockin’, tempo love song.” He say, “Hopefully you guys are ready for it as well.”   Look for it as part of a new album expected this summer.

While at the Daytona 500 Justin will kick off the entry period, submit the first official nominations for the Crown Royal Search and do a show with his biggest songs in the Crown Royal footprint (in the Fan Zone outside the track) on race day at 10 a.m.

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Brantley Gilbert On the Road in 2013

Posted on 01 December 2012 by Bill West

Photo Flickr/TNCOUNTRYFAN

Brantley Gilbert‘s is jumping back into his headlining tour… its called the Hell on Wheels Tour and he has just added a few more dates.

New opener – Somethin Bout a Trucks’s Kip Moore with him. Look for additional names to be added as well.

The full concert schedule will be released soon. Here’s the dates so far:

1/31 Kansas City, MO Independence Events Center
2/1 Lincoln, Neb. Pershing Center
2/2 Mankatoo, Minn. Verizon Wireless Center
2/8 Corbin, KY The Corbin Arena
2/9 Morgantown, WV West Virginia University Coliseum
2/15 Augusta, GA James Brown Arena
2/16 Chattanooga, TN UTC McKenzie Arena

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Urban Ticketed For Too Much Fun – Video

Posted on 14 November 2012 by Bill West

Leave it to the You Gonna Fly Hit maker for finding a crazy way to announce a new tour.

Keith Urban teams up with Little Big Town and Dustin Lynch for this light hearted YouTube video to make the news official:

a 2013 Tour.   He’s jumping all around north America.  No ticket details yet.  Stay tuned.

Here’s Urban’s Dates So Far:

Keith Urban 2013 Tour Dates:

7/18 – Cincinnati, Ohio
7/19 – Twin Lakes, Wisc.
7/20 – Monticello, Iowa
7/25 – Charlotte, N.C.
7/26 – Raleigh, N.C.
7/27 – Atlanta, Ga.
8/4 – Detriot, Mich.
8/8 – Baltimore, Md.
8/9 – Canadaigua, N.Y.
8/10 – Boston, Mass.
8/16 – Houston, Texas
8/17 – Dallas, Texas
8/22 – Birmingham, Ala.
8/23 – St. Louis, Mo.
8/24 – Indianapolis, Ind.
9/12 – Cleveland, Ohio
9/13 – Pittsburgh, Pa.
9/14 – Philadelphia, Pa.
9/21 – Mountain View, Calif.
9/22 – Sacramento, Calif.
9/27 – Los Angeles, Calif.
9/28 – San Diego, Calif.
9/29 – Phoenix, Ariz.
10/4 – Tampa, Fla.
10/5 – West Palm Beach, Fla.

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Civil Wars Tour Cancelled

Posted on 08 November 2012 by Bill West


What is up with The Civil Wars? They have cancelled the big upcoming tour stops saying “internal discord and irreconcilable differences of ambition” is the cause. The critically acclaimed and awards(grammy) winning duo, used divorce terminology (they are not married) but left out a lot of details. The big disclosure came via a lone post on their Facebook page.

We sincerely apologize for the canceling of all of our tour dates. It is something we deeply regret. However, due to internal discord and irreconcilable differences of ambition we are unable to continue as a touring entity at this time. We thank each and every one of you for your amazing love & support. Our sincere hope is to have new music for you in 2013.

 

What’s next for this group?  More music?

- Joy Williams & John Paul White.

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Jake Owen has Something Special on The Way

Posted on 29 October 2012 by editor


Jake Owen Photo:Wikepedia

Jake Owen’s “The One That Got Away” is already a big hit on the radio from his top selling album “Barefoot BlueJean Night”  and his new EP Endless Summer is tearing up the downloads and he’s ready to hit the Road with Florida Georgia Line on the CMT Tour.   But the BIG news these days for Jake and wife Lacey is that they are expecting their first child — a baby girl — later this month. 

Jake says that his parents are very excited about a grandchild, “Yeah, my parents — as most parents are — are very excited about havin’ grandkids. My mom has asked me for years, ‘When are you gonna get married? When are you gonna get married? I want grandbabies.’ And I told her that it just was gonna be…it’s gonna take the right person, and I really never thought I’d get married, but a lot of things in my life have happened when I least expected it, and Lacey came into my life at a time when I needed it most — and needed her the most, and thankfully she’ll be here with me ‘til my dying day.”

“My grandparents are super excited about being great-grandparents, my parents are excited about being grandparents, and I’m excited about bein’ a parent, so there’s a lot of cool feelings goin’ around the Owen household these days.”

Watch For Jake On the road with Florida Georgia Line:

10/10 Best Buy Theater New York City, NY 8/24/2012 SOLD OUT
10/12 Six Flags Great Adventure Northern Star Arena Jackson, NJ 8/24/2012
10/18 Royal Oak Music Theatre Detroit, MI 8/24/2012 SOLD OUT
10/19 The Arena Corbin, KY 8/31/2012
10/26 Coyote Joe’s Charlotte, NC 8/31/2012 SOLD OUT
10/27 Hobart Arena Troy, OH 8/31/2012
11/02 Cowboy’s San Antonio, TX 9/07/2012
11/03 Billy Bob’s Texas Ft. Worth, TX 8/27/2012
11/08 House of Blues Myrtle Beach, SC 9/14/2012
11/09 Wild Bill’s Duluth, GA 9/14/2012
11/10 Johnny Mercer Theatre Savannah, GA 9/14/2012
11/29 House of Blues Chicago, IL 10/05/2012 SOLD OUT
11/30 House of Blues Chicago, IL 10/05/2012 SOLD OUT
12/01 Val Air Ballroom Des Moines, IA 10/05/2012
12/05 The Midland by AMC Kansas City, MO 10/12/2012 SOLD OUT
12/06 The Myth St. Paul, MN 10/05/2012 SOLD OUT
12/07 The Rave/Eagles Club Milwaukee, WI 10/05/2012 SOLD OUT
12/08 The Pageant St. Louis, MO 10/05/2012 SOLD OUT

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Swift Announces 2013 Tour

Posted on 27 October 2012 by editor

Three nights in Nashville… BIG Stadiums… a Washington DC run. Taylor Swift announced to Katie Couric on ABC that she will be heading out on a 2013 Tour. The Red tour will accompany the smash CD/album by the same name.

It’s not a huge surprise but it is a highly anticipated announcements as the tickets will hit the box offices on November 16th.

Her biggest challenge is to live up to her stellar Speak Now Tour that wowed fans and critics alike.

Taylor Swift 2013 Red Tour Dates:

3/13 – Omaha, Neb.
3/14 – Omaha, Neb.
3/18 – St. Louis, MO.
3/19 – St. Louis, MO.
3/22 – Charlotte, N.C.
3/23 – Columbia, S.C
3/27 – Newark, N.J.
3/28 – Newark, N.J.
3/29 – Newark, N.J.
4/10 – Miami, Fla.
4/11 – Orlando, Fla.
4/12 – Orlando, Fla.
4/18 – Atlanta, Ga.
4/19 – Atlanta, Ga.
4/20 – Tampa, Fla.
4/25 – Cleveland, Ohio
4/26 – Indianapolis, Ind.
4/27 – Lexington, KY
5/4 – Detroit, Mich.
5/7 – Louisville, KY
5/ 8 – Columbus, Ohio
5/11 – Washington, D.C.
5/12 – Washington, D.C.
5/16 – Houston, TX
5/21 – Austin, TX
5/22 – San Antonio, TX
5/25 – Dallas, TX
5/28 – Glendale, Ariz.
5/29 – Glendale, Ariz.
6/1 – Salt Lake City, Utah
6/2 – Denver, CO
6/15 – Toronto, Ontario
6/22 – Winnipeg, MA
6/29 – Vancouver, B.C.
7/6 – Pittsburgh, PA
7/20 – Philadelphia, PA
7/27 – Foxborough, Mass.
8/1 – Des Moines, Iowa
8/2 – Kansas City, MO
8/3 – Kansas City, MO
8/6 – Wichita, KS
8/7 – Tulsa, Okla.
8/10 – Chicago, Ill.
8/15 – San Diego, Calif.
8/19 – Los Angeles, Calif.
8/20 – Los Angeles, Calif.
8/27 – Sacramento, Calif.
8/30 – Portland, OR
8/31 – Tacoma, Wash.
9/6 – Fargo, ND
9/7 – St. Paul, MN
9/8 – St. Paul, MN
9/12 – Greensboro, N.C.
9/13 – Raleigh, N.C.
9/14 – Charlottesville, VA
9/19 – Nashville, Tenn.
9/20 – Nashville, Tenn.
9/21 – Nashville, Tenn.

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Colt Ford Tour

Posted on 26 October 2012 by editor


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Average Joe’s Entertainment’s Colt Ford is headed West on tour and he’s taking his label mate and fellow country boy JJ Lawhorn with him for the Answer To No One Tour, aptly named for their collaborated song “Answer To No One” on Colt’s latest album Declaration of Independence.  The 12 date tour starts this Friday, October 26, in Mesa, Arizona.

10/26 – Mesa, AZ
10/27 – Tucson, AZ
10/28 – San Bernardino, CA
10/31 – San Juan Capistrano, CA
11/1 – Bakersfield, CA
11/2 – San Jose, CA
11/3 – Sacramento, CA
11/4 – Springfield, OR
11/6 – Portland, OR
11/7 – Boise, ID
11/8 – West Valley City, UT
11/9 – Denver, CO

“I’m really excited to be headed back out West,” says Colt.  “I’m bringing my buddy JJ Lawhorn on the road with us.  We’ll be visiting a lot of great cities on the tour and can’t wait for it to kick-off!”
To top off the Answer To No One Tour, Colt and JJ have shot a video to coincide with the song, a tribute to all hard working American citizens.  Watch the video here.

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Luke Bryan Hits The Road in 2013

Posted on 18 October 2012 by editor

luke BryanLuke Bryan is finally ready to hit the big rooms with his headlining tour the “DIRT ROAD DIARIES TOUR.”

Arenas are a big step for Bryan who has been playing the rooms as openers for others in the past few years.  Now with the Country Girl Shakin it success he’s having he’s expanding his horizons.

Luke will be joined on tour by duo Thompson Square and Republic Nashville group Florida Georgia Line and will open in Evansville, IN on Friday, October 26Th. The first leg will take them through 20 cities.

Bryan added real drawing power to the Aldean Tour this past year so you can expect big crowds in 2013.

Luke Bryan’s Dirt Road Diaries Tour Dates

1/17  Evansville, IN Ford Center
1/18  Huntsville, AL Von Braun Center
1/19  Southaven, MS Landers Center
1/25  Estero, FL Germain Arena
1/26  Orlando, FL Amway Center
2/7  Uniondale, NY Nassau Coliseum
2/8  State College, PA Bryce Jordan Center
2/15  Toledo, OH Huntington Center
2/16  Grand Rapids, MI Van Andel Arena
2/17 Bloomington, IL US Cellular Center
2/21 Ft Wayne, IN Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
2/22 Louisville, KY KFC Yum! Center
2/23 Columbia, MO Mizzou Arena
2/28 Green Bay, WI Resch Center
3/1 Sioux City, IA Tyson Events Center
3/2 Moline, IL i wireless Center
3/14 Orange Beach, AL Amphitheatre at the Wharf
3/21 Florence, SC Florence Civic Center
3/22 Fayetteville, NC Crown Center
3/23 Charlottesville, VA John Paul Jones Arena

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Tim and Kenny Talk

Posted on 07 June 2012 by editor


mcgraw_chesney_concertPEOPLE Country sits down with summer’s hottest touring duo, Tim McGraw and Kenny Chesney, who open up about their 21-year friendship.  A decade after they last toured together, the forty-something singers (Tim’s 45, Kenny, 44)  are combining their star power for this summer’s 22-city Brothers of the Sun stadium tour after scoring a hit with their duet “Feel Like a Rock Star” off Kenny’s new CD Welcome to the Fishbowl.  As they gear up for rehearsals, the longtime pals took time with PEOPLE Country to discuss their friendship and touring together.

 

What will it be like to go on the road together again?

KC:  As good of friends as we are, we’ve been on different paths for several years.  To be able to spend the whole summer together and reconnect is awesome.  One of the reasons there’s so much chemistry onstage is that Tim and I both grew up the same way; we both have a lot of the same heroes – George StraitBruce SpringsteenKeith Whitley – and we’re both competitive.

TM:  That’s a good thing.  It makes us elevate our game.

 

How did you two meet?

TM:  Tracy Lawrence and Kenny and I were running around town, playing clubs, when we crossed paths.

KC:  Tim and I met at Mack’s Café, a meat-and-three.  I ate there every day.

 

Where you competitive back then?

KC:  Not really.  Tim already had a record deal, and I was just trying to survive.

TM:  I had a record deal that wasn’t doing anything.  Tracy [Lawrence] had success before either of us, and we both watched him take off.

KC:  To me, Tim had made it.  I remember him telling me when “Indian Outlaw” hit, “If this song doesn’t hit, I might be in trouble.  I might be going back to Louisiana!”  Watching Tim’s success gave me something to shoot for as an artist.

 

What do you most admire about one another?

TM:  Kenny’s focus.  He’s very smart and has a grasp of the details of the things he wants to accomplish.

KC:  In being that focused and driven, you struggle with balance.  Tim has put out great songs, put on great shows, branched out into the movies, but he has a family, and he balances both worlds.  I can’t imagine how tough that is.  I mean, I just got a dog and I thought I was going to have an anxiety fit.  That’s just a dog!

TM:  Well, I appreciate that, but I have to step in and say my wife [Faith Hill] is the reason it’s balanced, not me.

 

Has Faith ever tried to fix Kenny up?

KC:  I don’t think Faith wants to be involved in that – she wouldn’t want to disappoint anyone!  There was one time she said, “Kenny, don’t you want a couple of these?” meaning kids.  And it was like, “Yeah…maybe…one day…”

TM:  Don’t wait too long, man!  You’ll be like Larry King!            (Cover StoryPage 52)

Much more on Tim and Kenny, including an exclusive photo of Kenny’s new dog, Pancho, is featured in the July 2012 issue of PEOPLE Country, which hits newsstands nationwide on Friday, June 8th.

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Kenny Chesney In The Fishbowl

Posted on 30 March 2012 by editor

Kenny ChesneyKenny Chesney has revealed the title and cover art for his new album, ‘Welcome ToThe Fishbowl,’ out June 19 on BNA Records. The news comes as Chesney gears up for the Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday, April 1, for which he has more nominations than any artist this year.

Chesney will be joined onstage for a special performance with Tim McGraw, with whom he is touring for the first time in 10 years this summer during the blockbuster, 20-stadium ‘Brothers of the Sun’ Tour, with Chesney and McGraw.

 

‘Welcome To The Fishbowl,’ Chesney’s 13th studio album, follows 2010′s platinum-certified ‘Hemingway’s Whiskey,’ which spawned four #1 singles. Chesney’s ACM nominations include Entertainer of the Year, Album of the Year for ‘Hemingway’s Whiskey’ (as both artist and producer), and Song of the Year for “You and Tequila” with Grace Potter.

 

The ‘Brothers of the Sun’ Tour, with Chesney and McGraw, kicks off June 2 in Tampa, FL and has already sold more than 600,000 tickets. The tour will hit stadiums across the country and will also feature Grace Potter & The Nocturnals and Jake Owen.

 

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