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Big & Rich August 18th!

Chris Janson Live August 19!

Chase Rice Live!

Mug Holding Competition at the Fair!

Wine, Brew & BBQ!

Guitars & Cadillac's & You!

Enter To Win A Trip To See Garth Brooks At A Dive Bar!
Courtesy of Warner Music Nashville
Blake Shelton Is 'Super Pumped' To Be Sharing Gillette Stadium Bill With George Strait

Blake Shelton will join George Strait at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA tomorrow night (Saturday, August 17th). Although Blake opened for George on tour in the mid-2000s, he tells us he is just as stoked to share the bill with the superstar. "To be able to now flash forward many, many years to get that call that . . . I don't know if it was George himself. I like to tell myself it was that asked for me, but I'm just happy to be doing it, and we did one already and just like I hoped I got that invitation to go up on the bus and hang out with him and I literally don't remember leaving his bus, and it wasn't very long. It was just like, 'Really? (slurping noise) Oh, seriously George Strait? (drinking noise)' I was so excited I was just drinking my face off, let's be honest. I was super pumped about it and hopefully I'll get a chance to do that again in Boston."

George and Blake will be joined by Caitlyn Smith and Cody Johnson.

Today (Friday, August 16th), Blake releases a brand new single called "Hell Right" with his good friend Trace Adkins.

Courtesy of Sony Music Nashville
Luke Combs Having Hard Time Adjusting To Fame

Luke Combs went from zero to 100 with the release of his first chart-topping single, "Hurricane," back in 2016. He followed that up with five more consecutive Number One hits, setting all kinds of musical records in the process. Luke's in the midst of his sold-out headlining Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour, and while he's loving the way fans have embraced him and his music, he tells us he still struggles with being famous. "The hardest part has definitely been getting used to the fame part of it. I didn't love to go out to the bars or I didn't love to do this or that. I just loved writing songs and I loved playing those songs for people who loved to hear 'em, so definitely coping with the fame has been the hardest part but definitely the positives outweigh the negatives a thousand times over."

Luke will release his yet-untitled sophomore album on November 8th.

In June, he released a five-song EP called The Prequel, his first new music since his 2017 debut album, The One's For You.


Mom charged with trying to kill baby plans insanity defense
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — A Sioux Falls woman accused of trying to drown her baby plans to plead not guilty by reason of insanity. The Argus Leader reports an attorney for Julia Jacquelyn Alzoubaidi made the statement in a recent court filing before her trial scheduled for Septe...
August 16, 2019

One teen killed, 3 seriously injured in crash near Parkston
PARKSTON, S.D. - A 15-year-old has died and three other teens have suffered life-threatening injuries in a crash near Parkston. The South Dakota Highway Patrol says a girl driving a pickup truck was killed when she swerved to avoid a pothole, but landed in the ditch where the ve...
August 16, 2019

BH Steam & Gas Threshing Bee underway with antiques, tractor pulls, parades
STURGIS, SD -  It’s a family affair at the 51st Annual Black Hills Steam and Gas Threshing Bee underway this weekend near Sturgis, SD.  It’s a great place to see hundreds of antique tractors and steam engines at work. This year’s featured piece of mach...
August 16, 2019


The Highwomen: Redesigning Women

Luke Combs - Beer Never Broke My Heart

Lady Antebellum - What If I Never Get Over You

Carrie Underwood - Southbound

Tree or Branch?

Elephant Chasing Cycle Rider.

Hailstones the Size of Oranges Rain Down on Pescara in Italy

Should Police Use "MAN CATCHERS" Instead of Guns?

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