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Monday, 19 March 2018 06:23

Sarah Kay's Nashville News, Week of 3/19/18

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Friday, 3/23

Blake Shelton to open another restaurant…
Sugarland’s new music is full of hope…


Blake Shelton is opening up another Ole Red entertainment venue in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. 
He says, “Gatlinburg is one of my all-time favorite places. This part of the country is full of people who love good food, great music, family and most importantly, a good time. That’s what Ole Red is all about, and I can’t wait to give my fans another place to have fun in Gatlinburg.” 
The new venue will open in the spring of 2019. The Nashville location is slated for a May opening. 

Sugarland's new album -- their first since 2010 -- is full of songs of hope. 
Jennifer Nettles tells Rolling Stone, "So in coming back together, and the music that we have written, it's become really clear to me that we are making music that people need to hear right now. Not just as Sugarland, but in the world. I think the messages and the themes that are in this music will be healing." 
No date has been announced yet for the album's release. Their 2018 Still the Same tour launches on May 4th in Oklahoma and stops at the Covelli Centre in Youngstown on July 13th.


Thursday, 3/22

Brett Young was almost on The Voice…
Tim McGraw is hydrating… 

Brett Young was almost on The Voice. Producers from the reality competition show gave him the opportunity to go through the audition process. He ultimately did not go through with it after taking the advice of a friend to just go to Nashville and give it a go. It sure seems to have worked out just fine for Brett.
Next for him, he is set to tour with Thomas Rhett’s Life Changes Tour.

Tim McGraw gave us a scare when he collapsed on stage earlier this month in Ireland, which was attributed to dehydration.
Now it appears he is taking much needed time off and he is sharing what he is doing on Instagram. He posted a picture of himself indulging in one of his favorite activities, spearfishing, in a pretty underwater shot. He caption read, “Hydrating.” Well played, Tim McGraw, well played.


Wednesday, 3/21

Jason Aldean may get into the restaurant business…
More performers added to the ACM Awards 

Jason Aldean might be the next country singer to get into the restaurant business. 
Plans have been filed with the city of Nashville for a venue named Jason Aldean's Kitchen and Rooftop Bar to be located on Lower Broadway. 
If it all works out, Jason's venue will be among those owned by singers including Dierks Bentley, Blake Shelton, Alan Jackson, Florida Georgia Line and John Rich.

Kenny Chesney, Lady Antebellum, Blake Shelton and Keith Urban are the latest artists added to the performance lineup for the ACM Awards. 
They join already joined performers that include Jason Aldean, Kelsea Ballerini, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Miranda Lambert, Maren Morris, Bebe Rexha and Thomas Rhett. 
The 53rd ACM Awards, hosted by Reba McEntire, will air live from Las Vegas on April 15th on CBS.


Monday, 3/19

Chris Stapleton has his first #1 as an artist…
Jason Aldean gears up for his new album’s release… 

Chris Stapleton has several number-one singles under his belt as a songwriter, but as of this week he has his first number one as an artist!
"Broken Halos" has reached the top of the Mediabase Country Airplay chart this week.  The first number-one for Chris as a songwriter was Josh Turner's "Your Man." He has written some of the biggest songs in country music, including "Never Wanted Nothing More" by Kenny Chesney, "Drink a Beer" by Luke Bryan and "Crash and Burn" by Thomas Rhett.

Jason Aldean is gearing up for the release of his new album Rearview Town. The album gets its a name from a song on the project that Jason calls one of the best songs he’s ever recorded.  

The 15-track record also includes "Drown the Whiskey," which features Miranda Lambert. 
Rearview Town comes out on April 13th.

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