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Country MX Download 2/7/12

Check out this preview clip of MIRANDA LAMBERT’S upcoming appearance on Wednesday’s “Law & Order:  SVU”.  It’s her first acting job and it’s not bad.  (–She also sat down for an interview about the episode.  You can see that here.)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jv5SwWXXXMA

And here’s video of Miranda and BLAKE SHELTON performing “America the Beautiful” at yesterday’s Super Bowl.  (–The song starts at the 0:52 mark.)

 

 

 

KEITH URBAN made a triumphant return to the Grand Ole Opry on Friday.  It was his first appearance since last year’s vocal surgery.  (–You can check out a “greatest hits” video from his appearance, here.)

 

 

COLT FORD’S fourth studio album, “Declaration of Independence”, is scheduled to drop May 1st.  So, he’s launching a tour to promote it.  It’ll kick off April 6th in Albany, Georgia.  (–Colt’s site has the dates.)

 

 

 

BILLY RAY CYRUS is writing a memoir.  And since he wants people to actually buy it . . . he’s promising to talk with “great candor” about his daughter MILEY CYRUS.  Will you care?  Anyway, the book is titled “Hillbilly Heart” and it’s supposed to come out next year.  (Full Story)

 

 

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