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Rascal Flatts’ Jay DeMarcus to Produce Jennette McCurdy Songs
Rascal Flatts' bassist Jay DeMarcus is adding to his resumé by taking the helm to produce a handful of songs for Capitol Nashville's Jennette McCurdy, also known as Sam on Nickelodeon's popular series, 'iCarly.'
The two were spotted in the studio earlier this week, and Jennette, who recently hit the …
James Otto Celebrates a ‘Late Night’ Thanksgiving
While most folks are spending Thanksgiving in their homes surrounded by family and food, James Otto is in the Big Apple gearing up for his first appearance on 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.' The Thanksgiving night show is a special occasion for the award winning singer/songwriter in more w…
Taylor Swift, Sugarland, Faith Hill + More Give Thanks
Thanksgiving is all about counting our blessings with friends and family ... and stuffing ourselves into a food coma! Your favorite country stars are no exception. The Boot rounds up memories from some of our favorite artists, who share their favorite traditions and favorite foods of Thanksgiving...
Waylon Jennings Tribute Album Set for February Release
An all-star tribute album honoring the late Waylon Jennings is set to hit stores on February 8, 2011. 'The Music Inside: A Collaboration Dedicated to Waylon Jennings, Vol. I' features a host of country music's finest, including supergroup Alabama, who reunited specifically for the pro…
James Otto Gives Jay DeMarcus Paternal Props
James Otto became a new dad in August, when wife Amy had baby daughter Ava. In January, he'll also take on the title of uncle to brother-in-law Jay DeMarcus' new baby, when Jay's wife, Allison, gives birth to their daughter, Madeline Leigh...
Dierks Bentley, Sara Evans + More Take the ‘Wheel’
More than 12,000 fans packed the Lake Elisnore, Calif. Diamond this past weekend for the two-day Wagon Wheel Country Music Festival. Dierks Bentley, Lee Ann Womack, Sara Evans, James Otto, Randy Houser, Troy Olsen, Dwight Yoakam and more all entertained the fans with their own hits and a few classic…

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