Will Ferrell's hit Christmas movie 'Elf' is a must-see during the holidays. Not only is it funny, full of Christmas cheer and highly entertaining -- it also propelled Darius Rucker to record a duet with Sheryl Crow on his 'Home for the Holidays' album.
Trace Adkins has sold millions of albums and had more than 30 Top 40 singles, but music isn't his only creative outlet. The Louisiana native is also becoming a well-known actor; he's already starred in several hit movies, including the recent flick 'Moms' Night Out,' and says another role is on its way to theaters.
Eric Church received some bling for the holidays -- platinum bling, that is. The North Carolina native's latest album, 'The Outsiders,' has been certified platinum, signifying sales in excess of one million units.
In the latter part of 2006, Rhett Akins, Dallas Davidson and Ben Hayslip got together to write, not knowing that their lives would soon change forever. The three songwriters, christened the Peach Pickers because they all hail from Georgia, have become one of Nashville's most successful writing teams, penning Joe Nichols' 'Gimme That Girl,' Blake Shelton's 'All About Tonight' and Luke Bryan's 'I Don't Want This Night to End,' among others.
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