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Country Stars Remember Earl Thomas Conley, Including Blake Shelton, Trisha Yearwood, Chris Young & More

Country Stars Remember Earl Thomas Conley, Including Blake Shelton, Trisha Yearwood, Chris Young & More

After hearing the news that Earl Thomas Conley passed away on April 10, many country stars—including Blake Shelton, Trisha Yearwood, Chris Young, Toby Keith and more—shared their thoughts and remembrances of the great singer/songwriter via social media. My heart is absolutely destroyed today… I’m sad to report that Earl Thomas Conley passed away very early…MORE

Oak Ridge Boys Plan Two New Dave Cobb-Produced Albums, Including a Christmas Record

Oak Ridge Boys Plan Two New Dave Cobb-Produced Albums, Including a Christmas Record

The Oak Ridge Boys—Joe Bonsall, Duane Allen, William Lee Golden and Richard Sterban—are getting a jump on the Christmas season by announcing an upcoming holiday record that will be released this fall. Produced by Dave Cobb (Jason Isbell, Sturgill Simpson, Chris Stapleton), the new holiday collection follows the Oaks’ 2016 yuletide offering, Celebrate Christmas. In…MORE

Oak Ridge Boys Announce 29th Annual Christmas Tour

Oak Ridge Boys Announce 29th Annual Christmas Tour

The Oak Ridge Boys will once again celebrate the holiday season with their Shine the Light On Christmas Tour. ORB’s 29th annual holiday tour, which will take the group to 32 cities in 18 states, kicks off on Nov. 14 in Branson, Mo., and makes additional stops in Boise, Topeka, Nashville and more. “The Shine…MORE

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JULY 22, 2019

Some HUGE records were broken at the box office this weekend. “Avengers: Endgame” finally slipped past “Avatar” to become the highest grossing movie of ALL TIME worldwide. “Endgame” has made $2.79 billion globally.  As for this past weekend, the new “Lion King” movie was a MASSIVE success.  It made $185 million in its first weekend…

JULY 19, 2019

Popsicle might bring back its Double Pops because of JUSTIN BIEBER. He Tweeted at them to bring them back, and they said they will if they can get 100,000 re-Tweets.   Disney has put out 13 live-action adaptations so far, and “The Jungle Book” from 2016 has been the best-reviewed . . . followed by…