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Zac Brown Band Believes Drake White Is Grammy's Artist of...

Thursday, 6:00 PM

BMLGNewcomer Drake White isn’t up for a Grammy this year, but he still has a shot at participating in the festivities. The “Livin’ the Dream” hitmaker was nominated by recent tourmates Zac Brown Band to be CBS.com’s Artist of Tomorrow.

The Alabama native is one of three finalists, including singer/songwriter Bailey Bryan, who is endorsed by Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott, and Farina, who’s supported by rapper Wyclef Jean.

You can check out videos of all three contenders and the Grammy-winning artists who champion them before voting for your favorite at CBS.com. The winner will perform during the official pre-show online leading up to the 59th Grammys on CBS February 12.

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Dolly Parton's Celebrity Friends Line Up to Play Her "Smo...

Thursday, 4:23 PM

ABC/Brett OronzioThe list of celebrities pitching in to help Dolly Parton with her Smoky Mountains Rise telethon next week is growing.  Chris Stapleton, Chris Young, Big & Rich, Michael W. Smith, Amy Grant, LOCASH, Chris Janson and Montgomery Gentry join the roster of talent that already includes Reba, Kenny Rogers and Alison Krauss.

The three-hour effort will raise money for Dolly’s My People Fund, which is giving $1,000 per month to anyone who lost a primary residence in the raging wildfires early last week.

“I’m truly honored that these artists are giving their time and energy to help us raise money for everyone affected,” Dolly says. “I’ve got so many great friends in the industry, and I’m so proud that they were so ready to step up and help me help my people in the Smoky Mountains through this telethon…”

It's also gaining more national TV exposure, with AXS TV, RFD and The Heartland Network now joining Great American Country in airing the fundraiser. USAToday.com also will livestream the event.

Smoky Mountains Rise: A Benefit for the My People Fund starts Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET, and also will be simulcast on many radio stations.

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Tucker Beathard Rocks On, Books Opry Debut on the Heels o...

Thursday, 2:00 PM

ABC/Image Group LANewcomer Tucker Beathard may have just wrapped his second successful European tour this year, but the “Rock On” hitmaker is already looking forward to 2017.

“When I played in Europe a few months ago, it definitely felt like something clicked, but I definitely didn’t know just how much. The connection I felt with the fans over there this time was pretty intense,” he says of his return as a headliner.

“They had done their research since I’d played last time and it showed," he adds. "The songs they were asking me for, singing along to -- it was insane and fired me up to keep going until they kicked us all out of there!”

You can expect to hear Tucker’s new single, “Momma and Jesus” January 14, when he makes his Grand Ole Opry debut at the historic Ryman Auditorium.  On February 2, he heads out on The Devil Don’t Sleep Tour with Brantley Gilbert.

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Heroes & Friends Plan February Tribute to Randy Travis

Thursday, 2:00 PM

ABC/Image Group LAA host of country stars will come together February 8 to honor new Country Music Hall of Famer Randy Travis.

Alabama, Kenny Rogers, Rodney Atkins, Chris Janson, Jamey Johnson, Montgomery Gentry, Michael Ray, Ricky Skaggs, Tanya Tucker, and Josh Turner are just the first group of stars set to take part in 1 Night. 1 Place. 1 Time:  A Heroes & Friends Tribute to Randy Travis at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena.

Seen as one of the leaders of country music's New Traditionalist movement of the '80s, Randy has battled back from personal problems and a massive stroke in 2013 that made it difficult for him to walk and left him largely unable to speak. Part of the proceeds from the event will go to the Randy Travis Foundation, which works to fund both stroke research and rehabilitation.

Tickets go on sale Friday at 11 a.m. CT via Ticketmaster, with more stars to be added to the lineup as the event nears.

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