Jeffrey Remz | July 24, 2014
The words coming from Reba McEntire are simple enough - "Pray for Peace," which she sings over and over on a song posted on her Facebook page and web site.
The accompanying video, which clocks in at 4:07, shows people from around the world from London to Katy, Texas to Las [...]
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Jeffrey Remz | July 23, 2014
The Americana Music Association's annual shindig is one of the best festivals out there. I've been to it a few times and always enjoyed it. The fest is a great chance to see lots of the musicians that we cover. Not to mention a whole slew of special performers at the awards show at the [...]
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Jeffrey Remz | July 11, 2014
Garth Brooks was just about jumping out of his skin on Thursday to announce that he was back.
Of course, it came as no surprise that he was going to launch a worldwide and release new music.
The tour dates will be announced text week with a gentlemen in Atlanta the first to know where the [...]
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Jeffrey Remz | July 9, 2014
Taylor Swift is an optimist. We figured that out - at least when she's not singing about relationships - a long time ago.
That's what Swift wrote in a piece published in the Wall Street Journal on Monday. Swift laid it out, saying she was "one of the few living souls in the [...]
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Jeffrey Remz | July 8, 2014
Five big concerts for Garth Brooks in Ireland, a country that has held particular meaning for the singer, are not happening.
Aiken Promotions announced Tuesday that all five shows slated for Croke Park in Dublin at the end of July with more than 400,000 people attending were canceled due to a [...]
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