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Kenny Chesney has selected indie country act Old Dominion as an opening act on his 17 stadium dates for 2015's The Big Revival tour.
Justin Moore had a great 2014 with his ACM New Artist of the Year win in April and the arrival of his new baby, Rebecca Klein, in July. Justin wasn't so lucky when it came to catching big game on his hunting trips to Colorado and Wisconsin this year.
Randy Houser has hit the top 10 with his latest hit, "Like a Cowboy," which shows off his very impressive vocal range. The song is the most traditional-leaning track Randy has released in years, and he's glad to see "Like a Cowboy" become a hit at country radio following his big hits "How Country Feels," "Goodnight Kiss" and "Runnin' Outta Moonlight."
Keith Urban's 2015 calendar to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is now available for purchase at KeithUrbanFans.com. Keith's fans put the calendar together every year and have raised more than $850,000 for the cause since the first one went on sale in 2003.
Jason Aldean's latest single, "Just Gettin' Started," will fit in nicely on his 2015 tour set list next to the other uptempo hits like "Dirt Road Anthem," "When She Says Baby" and "Hicktown." In fact, Jason says he's built his career with those fun songs.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Stephen Collins has been keeping a low profile since news broke last November that he'd sexually molested more than one female minor in the past. Now the actor, famous for his role as Reverend Eric Camden on the long-running TV drama 7th Heaven, has released a statement detailing how he had inappropriate contact with what he says are three women decades ago.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Zak Williams says he is still grieving over the death of his iconic father, Robin Williams, earlier this summer.
(NEW YORK) — Most child experts agree that parents should monitor what their kids do online and Angelina Jolie is one of them.
(NEW YORK) -- The title kind of says it all: this is a movie about a battle, there are five armies involved, and it’s all pretty darn spectacular. Director Peter Jackson has crafted an epic ending to his Hobbit trilogy worth all the gold in Erebor, and then some. It may not be Oscar-worthy in terms of complexity, but it’s the best popcorn flick in theaters since Guardians of the Galaxy.