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Garth Brooks’ ‘Stadium Tour’ coming to Seattle’s Lumen Field

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Garth Brooks has added a Seattle stop on his Stadium Tour, and is set to perform at Lumen Field on Sept. 4. The Labor Day weekend concert will mark Brooks’ first date at Lumen Field, and his first time in Washington since performing three-days at the Tacoma Dome in 2017.

2021 Stadium Tour stops for Brooks include: Nashville, Tenn. (July 31); Kansas City, Mo. (Aug. 7); Lincoln, Neb. (Aug. 14); Cincinnati, Ohio (Sept. 18); Charlotte, N.C. (Sept. 25); Baltimore, Md. (Oct. 2); and Foxborough, Mass. (Oct. 9).

Tickets will go on sale for the Seattle date on Aug. 6 at 10AM PT via Ticketmaster. Tickets will cost $94.95, including all taxes and fees, with a limit of eight tickets per purchase.

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Willie Nelson signs on for the new docuseries ‘Willie Nelson and Family’

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Willie Nelson has signed on to participate in a new docuseries, called Willie Nelson and Family, which will focus on Nelson’s life and legacy. Nelson’s family and friends will also participate in the series.

Filmmakers Oren Moverman and Thomm Zimny are co-directing the project, and said in a statement: “Words like ‘honored,’ ‘excited’ and ‘humbled’ don’t come close to describing the way we feel about being entrusted with telling Willie’s story. And what a story it is! We are celebrating the music, the career, the long road, the family, friends and history … But more than anything, we are piecing together a narrative — one never before seen in its entirety — about an extraordinary man with a unique ability to bring people together. These days, we sure could use the healing powers of Willie Nelson.”

So far, no information has been released on how viewers will watch the docuseries. In the meantime, Nelson will be keeping busy, taking his annual Farm Aid benefit concert back to an in-person format for 2021, taking place in September. The singer’s traveling Outlaw Music Festival is also set to resume this fall, with artists including Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson, Yola, Gov’t Mule and Margo Price joining him on dates in late August and September.

Hold Onto Your Horses… There’s A Willie Nelson Docuseries In The Works

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Dwight Yoakam joins Carrie Underwood to perform together at CMA Summer Jam

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Carrie Underwood took to social media to share news about her dream-come-true collaboration during the first night of the 2021 CMA Summer Jam at the Ascend Ampitheater in Nashville.   Underwood’s special guest collaborator was the one and only Dwight Yoakam, and the two shared the stage to perform one his biggest hits, 1993’s “A Thousand Miles from Nowhere.” The song, which was written entirely by Yoakam, reached the second spot on the U.S. Hot Country Songs chart following its release.

Underwood wrote on social media alongside a photo taken during her and Yoakam’s performance:  “Never in a million years would I have thought I would get to share the stage with someone this cool! @DwightYoakam you are a LEGEND and, now, a friend as well! Thank you!” 

You can watch Underwood and Yoakam’s performance of “A Thousand Miles from Nowhere”  – here.

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Dolly Parton releases new song ‘Sent From Above’ to celebrate the launch of her new perfume

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Dolly Parton announced on social media the release of her new song, “Sent From Above,” the theme of her brand new fragrance, ‘Scent From Above,’ which is set to launch on July 28.

Parton said her venture into the beauty world was two years in the making. The ‘Scent From Above’ collection will be comprised of a mist and a body cream, and the fragrance includes, “fruited notes as bright as rhinestones dance,” “irresistible florals,” and southern fir and musk.

You can listen to Dolly’s new song “Sent From Above” – here.

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Carrie Underwood to release deluxe version of her of her holiday album ‘My Gift’

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Carrie Underwood announced that she will release a deluxe version of her hit Christmas album ‘My Gift,’ featuring three additional tracks — including two written by Underwood herself.

The special edition of ‘My Gift’ will include three new songs: “Favorite Time Of Year,” an original tune that first debuted as an Amazon Original exclusive; a live cut of “Let There Be Peace/Something In The Water,” which was a part of Underwood’s live HBO Max Christmas special from last year; and a never-before-heard performance of Michael W. Smith’s “All Is Well.”

Underwood said in a press statement: “My Gift is an album I’ve wanted to make from the beginning of my career. It’s been such a blessing to share this special music and I’m excited to share even more with the release of My Gift (Special Edition).”

‘My Gift (Special Edition)’ is set to drop on September 24, a day shy of the original album’s 1-year anniversary. Watch a teaser video for the deluxe album: here.

Unwrap Carrie Underwood’s ‘My Gift (Special Edition)’ on Sept. 24

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Ingrid Andress to launch headlining ‘Feeling Things’ tour of U.S. and Europe

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Ingrid Andress has announced dates for a headlining tour kicking-off September 27th in Boston, running through 2022 with a trip around western Europe. Georgia Webster will serve as the opening act on the U.S. leg of the trek.

Andress’ will tour in between her supporting dates on Dan + Shay’s ‘The (Arena) Tour,’ which runs simultaneously this fall. Starting January 2022, Andress will head to Europe, where she’ll perform in Dublin, Paris, Berlin, and Copehagen and more. The trek wraps up February 5th with a performance at Krosset in Oslo, Norway.

Tickets go on sale this Thursday, July 29th.

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Scotty McCreery to release new album ‘Same Truck’

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Scotty McCreery announced on social media he will be releasing his new 12-track album “Same Truck” on September 17th.

Following the positive fan reaction to his new song “Why You Gotta Be Like That”, Scotty decided to move up the album announcement, saying, “It’s gratifying to learn that my fans are so excited about my upcoming new album that they sought out pre-order information before it was ready to be announced….and got it. Thanks to Triple Tigers and the retailers for coming together quickly so we could make this official album announcement. I can’t wait to share this music with everyone.”

Scotty shared: “My last album was about me as a young man getting ready to get married. Same Truck is me three years later, taking a moment to acknowledge where I am now as a 27-year-old, happily married man, sharing both what I’ve learned and where I want to go.”

You can take a listen to “Why Gotta Be Like That” – here.

You can pre-order/save “Same Truck” – here.

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Cole Swindell celebrates his tenth No. 1 hit “Single Saturday Night”

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Cole Swindell is celebrating his 10th No. 1 hit with “Single Saturday Night,” which has earned more than 122 million streams since its release.

Swindell shared about the song: “I knew it was something I wanted to record. I was missing the road and the live shows and wanted my fans to have new music from me. Once we put it out, their reaction was so big it pushed us to release it to country radio. I can’t thank country radio, the fans, and my team enough for making this my 10th No. 1 song. Still hard to believe! I can’t wait to see everyone out on the road.”

“Single Saturday Night” is the first single released after Swindell’s previous album All of It, which featured the hit songs “Break Up In The End” and “Love You Too Late.” He is also scheduled to open for Thomas Rhett on his Center Point Road Tour, which launches Aug. 20 in Bangor, Maine.

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Carrie Underwood and Jason Aldean team up for “If I Didn’t Love You”

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Jason Aldean has released a brand new duet with Carrie Underwood called “If I Didn’t Love You,” the lead single from his forthcoming 10th studio album. The song was produced by Jason’s longtime friend and collaborator Michael Knox, co-written by his bandmates Kurt Allison and Tully Kennedy alongside John Morgan and Lydia Vaughan.

“If I Didn’t Love You” marks the first time Aldean and Underwood have released a duet together.  Aldean said: “We were pretty close to finishing up this album, but this song came in and we knew we had to record it. I went ahead and put my vocals down while we asked Carrie in the meantime. Luckily she loved the song and it was kind of like a rocket from there. She did her thing like only Carrie can…and I don’t know how, but she made it sound even better than what we expected. It’s a really special song to start this album.”

Check out Carrie and Jason’s new single “If I Didn’t Love You” – here.

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Dustin Lynch shares two new songs, ‘Pasadena’ and ‘Not Every Cowboy’

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Dustin Lynch just dropped two new songs, “Not Every Cowboy” and “Pasadena.”

The Tennessee native’s last album release was 2020’s Tullahoma. As for a new album, Dustin said: “I don’t know if we’ll get an album completed for this year. That is a goal of mine. I would love it, and I think we’re getting closer, but as you guys know, I don’t like to put the bow on top until it’s perfect. I’m working toward that goal, and I guess we’ll have a crumb trail leading to it ’til then.”

Take a listen to the new tracks here: (Not Every Cowboy) and (Pasadena).

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