The Music City Minute...
Happy birthday to Gary Allan, as the singer turns 45 today! He is currently making a statement with his new single, “Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain),” and the singer is happy to share the song’s message. Gary think it’s the perfect single just because of what it says. It’s a coming above the water song finally, so he thought it was perfect.”
Nominees for the 55th Annual Grammy Awards will be announced tonight on CBS. The show is being broadcast live for the first time ever from Nashville. The Band Perry and Dierks Bentley will perform together in a special tribute to Johnny Cash. Hunter Hayes and Luke Bryan are also slated to perform. The show, hosted by LL Cool J and Taylor Swift. The “Countdown to Music’s Biggest Night” begins at 10PM Eastern on CBS.
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Randy Houser will release his third album, How Country Feels, on January 22nd. The album's debut single, "How Country Feels," is a Top 10 hit and climbing on the country charts.
The Band Perry’ s new music video for their current single, “Better Dig Two” might be a little dark, but don’t let the sinister tone of the video fool you – Kimberly Perry admits it is really a love song.
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Kip Moore is giving his first live awards show performance on next week's American Country Awards. Although it’s a big step for the newcomer, Kip says he’s not really nervous. In addition to the performance, Kip is up for three awards -- Artist of the Year: New Artist, Single of the Year: New Artist and Music Video of the Year: New Artist.
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Darius Rucker has a busy week ahead. Tonight he'll perform "True Believers" on NBC's Tonight Show With Jay Leno, and on Saturday he'll appear on the American Giving Awards, which air at 8 p.m. on NBC. Don’t forget Darius's album True Believers comes out on January 22nd.