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AOL.com asked Kid Rock if he’ll ever take the plunge and record a full-blown country album.  He doesn’t see it happening, because he’s too lazy.

 

–He said, quote, “I enjoy music too much to narrow it down and say I’m just going to do a country album.  Plus, the artists have to do so much stuff in country, and I’m a lazy butt.  I don’t want to have to sign autographs and go talk to radio about my single.

 

 

 

BROOKS & DUNN was one of the most successful acts in country music history.  So it’s interesting to hear RONNIE DUNN compare and contrast those days with his career as a solo artist.  He said, quote, “In September, we had eight semis and six buses.

 

 

–”I’m down to one bus and a horse trailer now.  And I love it!  I really enjoy playing venues and staying under the radar, tightening up the band and getting a sound and a vibe of just how this solo thing feels.  The few dates that we’ve played are a blast.”

 

Brad Paisley is part of an all-star lineup that will celebrate the 4th of July by performing on NBC’s Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks special. The show will also feature a performance by superstar Beyonce and will be hosted by Nick Lachey. (Pronounced LA-SHAY)

Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks will air on Monday, July 4th, beginning at 8pm Central.

Little Big Town covers Adele’s smash hit “Rolling In The Deep” in the latest installment of their “Scattered, Smothered & Covered” series! Where they cover tunes from other genres. Check it out on the blog:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded

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