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Monday, 17 July 2017 06:38

Sarah Kay's Nashville News, Week of 7/17/17

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Thursday, 7/20

Chris Janson’s second album is coming soon…
Tim and Faith like having new opening acts…

Chris Janson’s second album Everybody will be available on September 22nd, It will include his latest single “Fix a Drink” along with the other four songs on the recently-released Fix A Drink EP.
The title of the album was inspired by those who influenced the songs on the new project: everybody. Chris says we can expect real, relatable country songs. Everybody is the follow-up to his 2015 album Buy Me a Boat.

You get a new show almost every time you see the Soul2Soul Tour with Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. They have new opening acts coming and going and that’s exactly what they wanted.
Tim said, “We wanted somebody different every weekend, because it kept it fresh for us as much as anything, but you want people who have inspired you along the way somehow.”
Openers include the Brothers Osborne, Devin Dawson, Brent Cobb, Eric Paslay and a handful of others. Maggie Rose will open when they stop at the Q in Cleveland on August 17th!

 

Wednesday, 7/19

Tim and Faith have a clothing line…
Kenny Rogers is saying goodbye to the road with his friends…

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have designed a line of clothing with Lucky Brands that celebrates their career milestones and America's heritage. 
Faith says, "The collection has a very modern take on a vintage feel, and the clothes incorporate so many elements that reference specific moments on our path in the industry."
The 17-piece collection includes jackets, T-shirts, jeans, hats, tote bags and special-one-of-a-kind pieces with lyrics to their songs embroidered them. Faith's favorite in the collection is a denim jacket with "Respect Your Mama" written on it. 
Pieces range from $40 to $149.

Kenny Rogers is gathering some of his closest friends to celebrate his retirement from the road. 

All in for the Gambler: Kenny Rogers’ Farewell Concert Celebration will bring together the likes of Dolly Parton, Alison Krauss, Jamey Johnson, Little Big Town, and more to honor Kenny's 60 years in the music business.  The all-star show on October 25th at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena will be taped and broadcast at a later date. More performers will be announced shortly.

 

Tuesday, 7/18

Dylan Scott scores his first #1…
Kellie Pickler is back with season 3 of I Love Kellie Pickler…

Dylan Scott is busy celebrating his first number-one, after "My Girl" reached the top of the Mediabase Country Airplay chart over the weekend.

"My Girl" was inspired by Dylan's wife. The couple are expecting their first child later this year.

Kellie Pickler and her husband Kyle Jacobs return for a third season of I Love Kellie Pickler on CMT. 
Kellie says, “This show is about laughter and love. It’s all positive and all about our family and friends and our crazy adventures. We just want to be a bright light and make people laugh and feel good.”
Some of Kellie and Kyle's adventures this season include a trip to Alaska, house hunting and her performances.
The new season starts August 3rd.

 

Monday, 7/17

Jay Demarcus of Rascal Flatts is headed back to the movies…
Toby Keith to release The Bus Songs…

Jay DeMarcus of Rascal Flatts is set to produce the movie All Shook Up, the true story of two boys searching for a nuclear bomb buried in a marsh off the Georgia coast. 
He says, "I love the movie-making business. I always enjoy the process, and I learn more and more every time I do a new project. It's another fun, creative outlet."
No word on when the movie will come out. 

Toby Keith will take fans inside his tour bus with the release of The Bus Songs. 
The collection features 12 songs -- some new, others re-recorded or recorded live. It comes out on September 8th. 

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