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Country music star John Rich hosted a reception at his Nashville home on Wednesday night (June 12) to raise awareness and help with fundraising for a new mental health care facility that is being built at Fort Campbell.
Jay DeMarcus of Rascal Flatts joined Chip Esten ("Nashville'"s Deacon, pictured center) and friend Kevin Carter (right) for Tuesday night's (April 2) Waiting for Wishes, the 12th annual celebrity waiters dinner that brings together singers, athletes and actors to raise money for the Kevin Carter Foundation and Make-a-Wish Middle Tennessee.
Raising more than a million dollars for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, delivering medical supplies to Sudan, searching for missing people in Haiti following a devastating earthquake, mentoring Special Olympics athletes ... these are just some of many, many initiatives taken by Big & Rich to help people in need.
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While most country stars are keeping mum about tomorrow's (Nov. 6) election, there are a few voicing their opinions. When it comes to country music and politics, though, it appears the few stars who are sharing their voices are doing so for the right, with the exception of Willie Nelson.
Former "Celebrity Apprentice" rivals John Rich and Clay Aiken have engaged in a nasty Twitter spat. Earlier this week, the former "American Idol" runner-up took to Twitter to discuss the Republican National Convention, posting a comment that didn't sit well with the country star.
Hey baby, let's go to Vegas! And Louisiana ... and Canada ... and Alaska, Texas, L.A. and NYC! The Boot scoured pretty much all of North America to find pictures of some of the biggest country music news stories this week. Flip through photos below of Faith Hill and Tim McGraw making their big Sin City announcement, plus Miranda Lambert catches a big fish and Blake Shelton finds a little drinking
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In light of last week's tragic shooting during the opening showings of "The Dark Knight Rises" in Aurora, Colo., nationally syndicated program "CMT Radio Live With Cody Alan" will air a special tonight (July 27) in support of the victims and their families. The one-hour event will include numerous country guests and will broadcast live from Aurora o