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Hunter Hayes debut self-titled album, has been certified Gold for selling over 500,000 copies.
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Luke Bryan’s “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye.” is on top of the charts again for the third straight week.
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Dierks Bentley and Josh Turner are both celebrating birthday’s today. Dierks turns 37 while Josh turns 35. Happy birthday guys!
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With her 11th American Music Award win Sunday night, you’d think Taylor Swift would feel at ease with delivering acceptance speeches. But she says she freaks out when they call her category, and she draws a blank every time she's at the podium.
It sounds like Garth Brooks may be planning a comeback! According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the country icon is planning a world tour near the fall of 2014 - which would be his first in 16 years. Garth’s last world tour was in November 1998, and he later announced his retirement in 2000, saying he would not return until all three of his daughters were out of high school. His youngest will graduate in May 2014. Garth completed his three-year run at the Wynn Las Vegas on Saturday (11/17), but according to the source he will return this winter for a Live From the Wynn special.