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Country Music Download Thursday 4/28

Tim McGraw stopped by ABC’s The View today, In addition to chatting about his acting career, being a father, his secret to a successful marriage, the superstar performed a song called “Better Than I Used to Be” from his upcoming album, Emotional Traffic. Check out his performance on my blog:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwLn0NpySIk

With all of the hype about the Royal Wedding, we got to thinking that we’re a lot more interested in what we’re calling “Country Music’s Royal Wedding”- the upcoming union of two of country music’s hottest stars, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton. So between now and the big day May 14, 2011 we’ll share some of the details with you each day.

For instance who will be the entertainment at such star studded event?

Neal McCoy is the only confirmed entertainer. Drinks by the way will be the couples drink of choice“Bacardi and Diet Sprite”

A few months ago we had a photo of HILLARY SCOTT and her boyfriend Chris Tyrell all wrapped around each other while swimming with a dolphin. 

 

 –They’re still together, so “Country Weekly” asked LADY ANTEBELLUM’S CHARLES KELLEY if he’s heard anything about a wedding.  He answered, quote, “You know what?  I don’t know. 

 

 –“I will say Hillary is definitely in love.  It’s a great thing to see.  You can tell she’s got butterflies in her stomach right now. 

 

 –“We’ll see what happens.  But DAVE (HAYWOOD) and I approve.  Her big brothers approve.  And that’s a good thing.”

 

 

 

WILLIE NELSON is bringing his annual Fourth of July Picnic concert to Fort Worth, Texas.  It was also there in 2004, 2005 and 2006.  Some of the other performers include Jamey Johnson, Randy Houser, Lee Brice and Craig Campbell.

Kellie Pickler took to her Twitter on Wednesday to announce that she’s releasing a brand new single to country radio. “We’re bout to ship my new single “Tough” to country radio,” the newlywed tweeted. “Hope yall like fiddle, steel, spoons, banjo….dirty country. ;-)”

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