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Dierks Bentley Plans Powerful "Riser" Performance for NYC...

Saturday, 5:00 AM

CMAThis Independence Day, Dierks Bentley marks an item off his bucket list, as he’s set to perform on Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular.

“I've watched it many times and seen all the acts on there,” he recalls. “You know, I've had a chance to perform at the Capitol building, which is amazing, in front of the steps of the Capitol for the 4th of July, but I've never had a chance to do it in New York City.  So, this is a big deal and a huge honor to be part of it. It's going to be great.” 

When it comes to which songs he’ll sing, Dierks believes a couple tunes from his latest CD are only fitting. 

“You know, we'll probably do a little 'Drunk on a Plane' 'cause you know 4th of July around here, people are having a few drinks. And probably do ‘Riser.’ Yeah, the song, being in New York, the backdrop, I've heard is -- the city skyline is the backdrop. Think about all the city's been through in the past 15 years,” he reflects. “Yeah, it should be pretty powerful.”  

Brad PaisleyKelly Clarkson and Meghan Trainor are also set to appear on the show, which includes a 25-minute fireworks display complete with 50,000 pieces of pyrotechnics. You can catch the show live Saturday at 8 p.m. Eastern on NBC.

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Trisha Yearwood Lives Up to Her Culinary Reputation on th...

Friday, 5:00 AM

Image Courtesy RCA/GwendolynHaving written three best-selling cookbooks and hosting a hit show on the Food Network, it’s no surprise that Independence Day at Trisha Yearwood’s house sounds like it lives up to her culinary reputation. But the Peach State native says she tends to stick to family traditions, like her mother’s coleslaw. 

“4th of July at my house is one of my favorite holidays just because it's all of my favorite summer foods,” she muses. “My dad was the grill master, and he used to make barbecue chicken for the whole town of Monticello, Georgia. We don't make it for the whole town, but we do these ribs now that were a favorite of my mom that have kind of a thick, sweet sauce, and they're part oven and part grill, and they say 4th of July to me.”

For dessert, Trisha tries to “go for something red, white and blue,” but often serves strawberry shortcake with whipped cream. In the afternoon, she’s a fan of the swimming pool, ahead of the evening’s pyrotechnics.

“My favorite part is watching the fireworks. Since marrying Garth (Brooks), we shoot off our own fireworks, which makes me a little bit nervous,” she admits. “But we also watch the whole town. You can see downtown fireworks in cities surrounding from our back porch. So, it's pretty cool to just sit out and watch all the fireworks.”  

This Friday, the exhibit honoring Trisha, called “The Song Remembers When,” opens at Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

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Lady Antebellum Teams Up with EDM Producer for "Something...

Thursday, 6:00 PM

Capitol NashvilleWith the release of their new song “Something Better” with EDM producer Audien, Lady Antebellum becomes the latest country band to join the Electronic Dance Music movement. 

“I wanted to push boundaries,” the progressive house/trance artist told Entertainment Weekly. “The song lends itself perfectly to call and response vocals and anthemic harmonies. Lady Antebellum aren’t just some of the best voices in country music, but in overall music. It was a shot in the dark, but fortunately they felt as passionately about the song’s uplifting theme as I did. The result is simply my favorite thing I’ve ever done,” he says.

Clearly, Lady A’s Charles Kelley agrees. “The first time we heard the song we knew we wanted to be part of it. We were immediately drawn to its great melody and powerful lyric,” he recalls. “Working with someone like Audien puts us a little outside of our comfort zone, but as a band, we’ve always been up for trying different things.”

You might recall that the vocal trio did just that at last month’s CMT Music Awards, performing a mash-up of songs with EDM superstar Zedd. Earlier this week, Swedish DJ/producer Avicii also leaked a new track featuring Zac Brown Band.


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Rascal Flatts Get Satisfaction as Rolling Stones' Opening...

Thursday, 2:00 PM

Big Machine RecordsEven though superstars Rascal Flatts will be working this 4th of July as an opening act, the guys in the band couldn’t be more excited about it, namely because they’re opening for the legendary Rolling Stones on their Zip Code tour. 

“That was one you put on the bucket list and go, ‘OK, last resort.’ It’s a blessing. So, it's gonna be incredible,” Gary LeVox says of the performance this Saturday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Jay DeMarcus admits getting the phone call from Mick Jagger was pretty surreal. “I’m gonna tell you what. They're wrong. You can get some satisfaction,” he jokes, referring to the band’s iconic song.  “We're all huge Stones fans. So, it's a dream that you shoot for, but you never know that it would ever become a reality. So, to get that phone call was just like, ‘Are you kidding me?' Of course!"

“How did Mick sound on the phone when he called you? Was it like ‘Hey, Jay? Any chance you got the 4th of July off this year?’” Joe Don Rooney jokes, lapsing into a British accent. “No. My son is named Jagger, so I love the Stones,” he adds. 

 Rascal Flatts isn’t the only country act to take the stage with the Stones this year. Brad Paisley opened their Nashville date on the tour last month.

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