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Eric Church has a love for “The Weight” the song by The Band seen in his many covers of the song throughout his tours. Church’s love for the song was on display again when he and Warren Haynes sang the song at recent live show. You could see the excitement on Church’s face as Haynes came onto stage which then poured over onto the crowd. We will have to see if Church brings this back as he and Hank Williams Jr. kick off the 49th CMA awards.


Greg Kinman shooting pumpkin
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Have you ever needed to carve a pumpkin, but you just wanted to target practice too? Well look no further, Greg Kinman has just the solution! A man from Middle Tennessee has combined the art of target shooting and pumpkin carving in his videos he will show you how to carve your pumpkin with your Henry Rifle. Now this isn’t the first time he has carved a pumpkin with a firearm, Greg Kinman has posted a few videos on his YouTube channel hickok45.



Reba covering Taylor Swift
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NBC’s Best Time Ever is known for its humor, but the latest show featuring Reba is one for the ages. Reba helped with the western theme of the show, and performing a cover of Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble” while Neil Patrick Harris and others performed an old western brawl. Reba has been busy lately, planning her Vegas tour with Brooks & Dunn starting in December!

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In last week’s episode of the Voice, Adam Levine showcased his new hairdo (a shaven head) that has since set the internet in a frenzy with the new look. Since then many people have been using this to make jokes about how Blake could “one-up” Adam. Ellen DeGeneres did this on her show that aired October 16th, Ellen and the powers of technology gave Blake a new hairdo.


1. Blake and Miranda Country


After four tumultuous years The King and Queen of Country are divorcing. Looks like the star of The Voice isn’t picking Miranda to be a finalist.

2. Jason Aldean and Jessica Usery

Jason Aldean and Jessica Usery

After 12 years of marriage the court docs sited “irreconcilable differences”. Translation: His wife couldn’t reconcile Jason dating former American Idol contestant Brittany Kerr. Oh, he married the differences part of the irreconcilable after the breakup.

3. Shania Twain and Mutt Lange

Shania Twain and Mutt Lange

Well maybe we should have known that this wouldn’t work. After all when you marry a man named “Mutt” …

4. Kenny Chesney and Renee Zellweger

Kenny Chesney and Renee ZellwegerKenny Chesney and Renee Zellweger

This marriage lasted 4 months there were rumors that Kenny’s middle name was really “beard” which he denied in a sixty minutes interview. He apparently didn’t understand what it was like to be married … for four months?


5. Leann Rimes and Dean Sheremet

Leann Rimes and Dean Sheremet

(where do these people get their names?) I guess Sheremet rimes with According to Sheremet the business ended up destroying them. It may have been the business or it may have been Leann’s affair with Cibrian…

Published July 20, 2015


Country music superstars Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton are ending their 4-year marriage.

Reps for the couple told the Associated Press: “This is not the future we envisioned. And it is with heavy hearts that we move forward separately. We are real people, with real lives, with real families, friends and colleagues. Therefore, we kindly ask for privacy and compassion concerning this very personal matter.”

Shelton filed for divorce in Oklahoma, according to TMZ, a move which may come as a shock to fans of the superstar singers, who began dating in 2006. They were last seen together in public on July 3 where they performed together at the Greenbrier Classic concert series in West Virginia.

The couple, who married in 2011, met while Shelton was married to his first wife, Kaynette Gern. They were paired to sing a duet of “You’re the Reason God Made Oklahoma” at the CMT’s 100 Greatest Duets Concert in 2005.

“I was a married guy, you know, standing up there going, ‘Man, this shouldn’t be happening,'” Shelton said of meeting Lambert at the duet concert on Lambert’s “Behind the Music” special on VH1. “Looking back on that, I was falling in love with her right there onstage.”

Shelton and Lambert maintained that they did not start dating until “The Voice” coach ended his marriage to Gern.

They became engaged after Shelton proposed at their Tishomingo, Oklahoma home in 2010. Shelton told Us Weekly at the time of the engagement that his union to Lambert would be his “last marriage.” They were married one year later in front of 550 guests including some of country music’s biggest stars. At the time, Lambert told Us Weekly, “I’m married to my best friend! Looking forward to a lifetime of laughter and love.”

The typically private couple shared a personal moment from their lives inShelton’s “God Gave Me You” music video. Lambert is seen 36 hours before their wedding telling the camera, “We made it through the unthinkable, we have made it through everything we can possibly make it through. I know we have a lot more trials and tribulations to go but I’m ready to join in with you on that journey.”

The couple shared another personal moment from Shelton’s life when they penned “Over You” in 2013 about losing his brother to a car accident when he was a teenager. They won Song of the Year for the emotional tune at the 48th annual ACM Awards in April 2013.

In January, Lambert gushed over her husband to Marie Claire.

“I’m not sunshine and roses. Blake’s the happiest person on the planet…He pulls me out of my darkness….literally, everything is the best about being married.”

A rep for Shelton told FOX411 the couple would not be releasing any further statements. A rep for Lambert did not return FOX411’s request for comment.


Published July 20, 2015

Which Country Music Artist Is This- (8)










1. This baby boy was born in Knoxville, Tennessee.

2. On Christmas, he received his first guitar which he named “The Terminator,” and taught himself how to play.

3. After graduating from high school and moving to Nashville, he became the resident performer at The Turf, a honky tonk bar in the city’s historic district.

4. He produced a co-directed a film for ESPN

5. He has sold over 30 million albums

Can you guess who this is?


It’s Kenny Chesney!