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  KAT COUNTRY NEWS
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Florida Georgia Line Deliver 'Most Country' Album To Date

Florida Georgia Line's fourth studio album, Can't Say I Ain't Country, arrives at stores and digital retailers today (Friday, February 15th). The project includes their chart-topping hit, "Simple," as well as their latest release, "Talk You Out of It." As we previously reported, among the 19 tracks are collaborations with Jason Aldean, Jason Derulo and newcomer Hardy.

The album takes its name from the project's second track, and while some may think Can't Say I Ain't Country is a statement to FGL's haters, Brian Kelley tells us that's not the case. "It's a bold statement until you hear the song. The song is a lot more light-hearted and fun and shows more of our personality, but it's not necessarily a fire back or rebuttal or an answer. It's just very necessary for us to put that out there. That's who we are, that's who we were, it's who we'll always be, and it really does round off the record nicely. It is our most country record probably, for sure, thus far. A lot of the songs have a little bit of a 90s country element, a little bit of a vibe there but there's still something for everybody."

FGL are celebrating the releaase of Can't Say I Ain't Country today with the iHeartCountry Album Release Party followed by Spotify's Hot Country Live presents Florida Georgia Line Concert at the Wiltern in Los Angeles on Tuesday (February 19th). They head to The Ellen DeGeneres Show to perform on February 21st.

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Chase Rice Plans Number One - Or 'Number Whatever' - Party For Latest Hit

Chase Rice is making his way up the charts with "Eyes On You," a song he co-wrote for his latest album, Lambs & Lions. The song is a fan favorite, and a real contender for a Number One hit, as far as Chase is concerned. Regardless of where it ultimately lands on the charts, Chase tells us exclusively that he's planning a big celebration for the song. "A number whatever party. That's what I'm calling it. Whatever happens with 'Eyes On You' . . . It's at 15 or 16 right now and hopefully it goes all the way to Number One. To me, it deserves it. The song is a big song. The team deserves it. Me and my band and crew deserve it. We deserve a Number One song and we're not really gonna settle for anything less, and if the radio gods don't come through and give us a Number One song I don't care. We're gonna celebrate like it's Number One anyway cause it is. It's a Number One song. At the end of the day, it is, so we're gonna have a big party at the house and hopefully we can put a Number One by that. If we can't, we're still gonna have a party."

Chase will release Lambs & Lions (Worldwide Deluxe) on March 1st. The project features the original album’s 10 tracks, including his "Eyes On You," as well as re-imagined versions of "On Tonight" and "Eyes On You," and two new songs -- "Love Me Like You Don’t" and "25 Wexford St.," which takes its name from an Irish pub’s address.

  LOCAL NEWS

Police warn of mail scam targeting Rapid City residents
RAPID CITY, S.D. - The Rapid City Police Department has received several reports of a scam targeting residents through the mail. In these reported instances, a person has received an envelope containing instructions and a check made out to their name. The recipient is instructed...
February 16, 2019

Judge keeps most Keystone XL pipeline work on hold
BILLINGS, Mont. — A federal judge in Montana has largely kept in place an injunction that blocks a Canadian company from performing preliminary work on the stalled Keystone XL oil pipeline. U.S. District Judge Brian Morris on Friday denied a request by Calgary-based TransC...
February 16, 2019

Mental health problems continue to stall case against woman charged with vandalizing Belle Fourche school
BELLE FOURCHE — The case against a Belle Fourche woman arrested in relation to vandalism that played out over the course of three days last August and culminated in her alleged arson of her home continues to be in limbo after her psychologist told the court Tuesday that she...
February 15, 2019

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