Steve Nedved

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Be a Pepper: Jon Pardi invites you on a VIP trip to Vegas

ABC/Image Group LA You should soon start seeing Jon Pardi’s picture on more than three million cans of Dr. Pepper. It’s all part of a promotion to send two fans on a VIP trip to the ACM Awards in Las Vegas. You can enter online or by text, with all the details at PepsiMidAmerica.com/JonPardi. The lucky winner …

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Kane Brown books “Kimmel,” as he brings home more gold and platinum

ABC/Image Group LA Kane Brown‘s the proud owner of a growing collection of precious metal. His current single, “Heaven,” which is on the verge of breaking into the top 25, has just been certified gold. His previous release, “Used to Love You Sober,” has reached platinum status. Meanwhile, Kane’s first #1, “What Ifs,” has already gone …

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Watch now: Cam becomes the other woman in dramatic “Diane” video

ABC/Image Group LA You can watch a love triangle unravel in Cam’s dramatic new video for “Diane.” Shot in Los Angeles, the clip follows the narrative of the song, as Cam plays the part of the other woman who realizes she’s been having an affair with a married man. “It’s the apology so many spouses deserve, …

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“Do I Make You Wanna” tour? Billy Currington teams with LOCASH

UMG NashvilleBilly Currington is hitting the road with LOCASH in 2018. The “People Are Crazy” hitmaker will kick off his tour March 30 in Wallingford, Connecticut with the CMA Vocal Duo of the Year nominees.   Expect to hear Billy’s dozen number-ones on the sixteen-stop trek, including “It Don’t Hurt Like It Used To,” “Do I Make You …

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“I Can’t Even”: The new song from Luke Bryan’s “What Makes You Country” album you haven’t heard yet

Capitol NashvilleThere’s a new song from Luke Bryan’s What Makes You Country album you haven’t heard yet. But you’ll have to buy the vinyl version of the project to get it. The 16-track collection will be released March 9 as a double LP, adding the song “I Can’t Even” as a bonus cut. Luke’s latest …

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“Nashville” recap: “Beneath Still Waters”

CMTOn Thursday night’s new episode of Nashville on CMT, Daphne continues to voice her dislike for Jessie Caine, as the romance progresses between Jessie and Daphne’s stepfather, Deacon Claybourne. When Deacon invites Jessie over for dinner with her son, it seems Daphne and Jessie will remain at an impasse, until Jessie has an emotional one-on-one talk with …

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“Forever Words”: Brad Paisley, Kacey Musgraves, Alison Krauss and more breathe new life into the unfinished writings of Johnny Cash

Legacy RecordingsThe new Johnny Cash project, Forever Words, won’t be out until April 6, but you can sample the innovative album now, thanks to the track “Gold All over the Ground,” which is also on Brad Paisley’s Love and War record.   Forever Words was produced by John Carter Cash, the only son of the Man in Black and June Carter Cash. To create …

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Trent Harmon’s real-life heartbreak inspires his new single, “You Got ‘Em All”

Big Machine Season 15 American Idol winner Trent Harmon is back with an emotional new single called, “You Got ‘Em All.”  It was inspired by the news that his longtime girlfriend suddenly planned to move overseas in just a matter of days. “This past year has been tough,” the Mississippi native revealed. “I have had a few highs and …

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Dierks the designer: Arizona native launches Desert Son fashion line

Flag & AnthemThe Mountain may be the name for Dierks Bentley’s forthcoming ninth album, but he’s turning to the desert as inspiration for his new fashion line. The Arizona native is launching his new clothing collection, Desert Son, both in stores and online this month. Dierks created the clothes along with his longtime stylist, Annie Psaltiras, in partnership …

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“Luke-alikes” and lots of wine: Luke Combs, Michael Ray, Lauren Alaina, Midland and Carly Pearce are 2018’s New Faces

ABC/Randy HolmesWednesday night in Nashville, Carly Pearce, Michael Ray, Midland, Lauren Alaina and Luke Combs followed in the footsteps of superstars like Reba McEntire, George Strait and Tim McGraw, playing the New Faces show at Music City’s Omni Hotel. Since 1970, the closing show of Country Radio Seminar has predicted which artists will go on to find lasting success in the music business. In the 2018 …

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