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The 4th annual American Country Awards will take place on December 10th!
Trace Adkins has co-hosted the fan-voted awards show since its inception, and he has a new parter to share the hosting duties this year. He will be joined by NASCAR superstar, Danica Patrick!
“I can’t wait to see if I have what it takes to keep up with this racing superstar,” said Adkins.
Patrick is also looking forward to her co-host role. She shared: “I’m so excited to host the American Country Awards with Trace Adkins. I have no doubt he’ll be able to keep up with me. I’ve become a huge fan of country music since I came to NASCAR and have been fortunate to be in videos with Miranda Lambert and Colt Ford. This is going to be a really cool experience and I’m excited to be a part of it. It’s going to be a great show!”
Nominees, performers, and presenters will be announced soon.
The ACAs will air live from the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas at 8:00 PM ET on FOX.
Country star, and Celebrity Apprentice champion, Trace Adkins has just released the official music video for “Watch The World End With You” It’s the fan version of his first single from his new album “Love Will…” and features GRAMMY-winner Colbie Caillat. Trace took fan-submitted videos and pictures of what they think undying love means to them – and the result is a cute, heartfelt video with everyday people.
Check out the fan version of his music video below and let us know what you think – do you recognize anyone in it?
Show Dog Universal’s Trace Adkins has been named the Honorary Grand Marshall of the Memorial Day Parade in Washington, D.C. The Celebrity Apprentice winner will be part of the national celebration, which will air LIVE on multiple channels across the United States. The Parade starts at 2 pm EST on Monday, May 27th, 2013.
Trace was recently awarded the Crystal Cross from the American Red Cross for his fundraising for the organization during his time on the Celebrity Apprentice. By winning the reality competition, his charity of choice, which is the American Red Cross, was given $250,000 in addition to $700,000 he won throughout the show’s activities and competitions. He was given the award on Sunday night.
Trace Adkins is the first All-Star Celebrity Apprentice winner!
The live finale aired last night on NBC, and Donald Trump chose Adkins over Penn Jillette for the title after several weeks of competition.
The country star raised $1,554,072 for the American Red Cross, while the Vegas super magician raised $598,655 for Opportunity Village. Adkins now adds $250,000 to that total for being crowned the winner.
The celebrity apprentice is always fun to watch, but more importantly, the stars are all playing for charity and that’s what makes it great!
You’re hired, Trace Adkins. Congratulations!
It’s almost that time of year! Trace Adkins will be one of many performers appearing in this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The 86th annual Parade will kick-off the holiday season on November 22nd at 9AM throughout the streets of Manhattan.
Trace will be joined by other performers from music, film, sports, theatre and television, including: Flo Rida, Carly Rae Jepsen, Cody Simpson, The Wanted and more. The country superstar is expected to perform his hit “Just Fishin’.”
Stirrin’ Up Sweet Sensations, the new Domino Sugar float, features a magical take on holiday baking. The centerpiece of this 26-foot tall float is the giant cookie dough bowl and cookie press that dishes out confections. Three stories above the ground a giant spoon stirs the cookie dough in an equally colossal bowl. As it travels into the cookie press, the dough drops onto the turntable and finally into the oven. The treats will be shot down a ramp to the awaiting cars of the Cookie Express train which will deliver the cookies to the children in the streets. Trace is set to add his down home flavor to the mix.
The Parade will air nationwide on NBC from 9AM-noon.
Trace Adkins just released the live music video for his anthemic new single “Tough People Do” to YouTube / VEVO this week. It’s the lead-off single from his upcoming album on Show Dog Universal Records, which has been pushed back to a 2013 date. Check out the music video below and let us know what you think about Trace’s new video:
“Proud To Be Here” singer Trace Adkins has returned to NBC’s The Apprentice in the first-ever all-star season. The Showdog-Universal artist is one of several fan favorites brought back for a return to the series hosted by Donald Trump. Each celebrity will compete against each other to earn money for their favorite charities. Trace has chosen American Red Cross for his charity. He’s the only country artist on this season, however, former winner John Rich will appear as an advisor at some point in the season.
Trace previously competed in the first season of The Celebrity Apprentice. During his set last week on the Blake Shelton Cruise, he admited that because of his appearance on this new season his new album had to be pushed back to next year. His new album will feature his current anthemic single “Tough People Do”.
“All-Star Celebrity Apprentice” is produced by Mark Burnett in association with Trump Productions. Mark Burnett, Donald Trump, Page Feldman, and Eric Van Wagenen are executive producers. Sadoux Kim, Johnny Petillo, and Michael Dietz are co-executive producers.
The All-Star Celebrity Apprentice airs Sundays at 8 pm EST on NBC.
Trace Adkins‘ latest anthem “Tough People Do” has been rushed out to all digital retailers over the holiday weekend after his performance of the single at a charity concert in Tampa, Florida. He introduced the song as one “for all of us” and is his latest American anthemic tune to hit airwaves – on talk radio! The single has drummed up debate on if it was an American anthem or a political one.
Trace explained what the song meant to him in an interview with ABC radio:
“I’m just really proud of the song, and to me, the song just says — sometimes we need to be reminded of who we are, where we come from and what our history is. We’ve made it through tougher times than this.”
The song was a co-write by Chris DuBois, Jason Matthews and Joel Shewmake and will appear on Trace’s upcoming album. There’s no title or release date yet for his new album which will once again be on Show Dog-Universal Records.
“My grandma was the toughest old woman I ever saw in my life,” Trace told Mansfield. “She’d still work in the garden with an old push-plow until her late 70s. Just the toughest old woman I ever knew and, at the same time, the godliest creature that I ever knew. That’s the point of this song. That’s what we have in our DNA. That’s what we come from.”
Check out the lyric video of Trace’s new message. Do you agree with the song?
Show Dog-Universal’s very own Trace Adkins is getting quite a few hosting gigs this year. Not only will he be returning once again to host the American Country Awards on FOX this December alongside Kristin Chenoweth, but now he’ll be hosting a brand new NASCAR series on GAC.
“The Definitive” will air on Great American Country and will profile the lives of top NASCAR drivers, their careers, and some pretty neat footage, interviews, and exclusive pictures for its viewers.
“’The Definitive’ series is a favorite with our viewers. Teaming up with Nascar Productions ensures that the stories behind the drivers are told with heart and authenticity,” said GAC VP/Programming Suzanne Gordon.
The program will air weekly on GAC on Wednesdays, with the first episode premiering last night. Did you catch it?
Congratulations to Trace Adkins and his former team at Capitol Records Nashville! His greatest hits compilation “American Man, Greatest Hits Vol 2″ has just been certified platinum by the RIAA for selling more than one million copies since its release in 2007. The album featured some of his biggest hits at his former home like “Songs About Me,” “Ladies Love Country Boys,” and he recorded his hit “You’re Gonna Miss This” just for the album.
Trace will be joining us on-board the Blake Shelton Cruise this October! The Cruise will be the party of the year as the largest country music live event ever to set sail leaves from Miami for 7 nights of entertainment, live music, and fun with some of the biggest country music fans from around the world. Trace is one of many performers who will be on-board, and he’ll be performing twice at the main theater during the Cruise. There’s still limited rooms left on the cruise, so make sure to book your reservation before its too late! Make sure to mention Keepin’ it Country when you book your new reservation and we’ll send you a free gift! For more information, or to book your cruise, visit blakesheltoncruise.com. See you there!