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Blake Shelton “Healing in the Heartland” Benefit Concert to Feature Reba, Miranda Lambert & Vince Gill


As previously announced, Blake Shelton‘s “Healing in the Heartland: Relief Benefit Concert” will take place this Wednesday, May 29th at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City. It will be broadcast live on NBC at 9pm to benefit the United Way of Central Oklahoma. In addition to Shelton, the show will feature Miranda Lambert, Reba and Vince Gill, with more guests to be announced.

“Everyone has their way to help, and mine as an entertainer is to perform to help raise money and awareness for this tragedy,” Shelton said. “This is why I want to do this special and especially hold it in Oklahoma City, which is near ground zero.”

The show will also air on Style, E!, G4, Bravo and CMT. Tickets will go on sale Saturday, May 25 at 10 a.m. CT and can be purchased at the Chesapeake Energy Arena box office, all Ticketmaster locations, by phone at (800) 745-3000 and online at

Kip Moore, Vince Gill & Pam Tillis appearing on Nashville

Kip Moore.

ABC’s hit new series “Nashville” is really pumping up its country music cred. After already having country stars Chris Young and Brantley Gilbert have cameo performances on previous episodes, producers announced that Kip Moore, the legendary Vince Gill, and Pam Tillis will be part of the February 27th episode.  The episode follows the birthday of character Deacon, who is played by Charles Esten.

Kip, who is a fan of the show, shares on why he hopes fans don’t think the real Nashville isn’t as dramatic:

”I don’t think that everybody believes that’s exactly how Nashville is. Tell people to lighten up a little bit. It’s TV. You gotta put the drama in there, and you gotta do stuff entertaining for people.”

Check out the preview for “Dear Brother” below. Who do you want to see appear on the show next?

LISTEN NOW! Kelly Clarkson’s New Single With Vince Gill “Don’t Rush”


Just a little over an hour ago, 98 WSIX premiered Kelly Clarkson and Vince Gill‘s new duet “Don’t Rush.” Kelly took to Twitter to share her excitement over her new country song:

Kelly Clarkson (@kelly_clarkson): No, I’m totally not in my car waiting to hear my song Don’t Rush played 4 the 1st time on 97.9 in Nashville ….that would be embarrassing:)
Kelly Clarkson (@kelly_clarkson): Thank you @98WSIX for playing my new song Don’t Rush!! I sat in my car, in front of my house, just so I could hear it ha! I owe y’all!!

How cute is she?

If you didn’t already think Kelly was getting in tune with her country side – here’s your proof! Kelly has previously had country hit duets with a re-recording of her hit “Because of You” with fellow singer and good friend Reba McEntire, along with the smash “Don’t You Wanna Stay” with Jason Aldean. Kelly also recorded a country version of her single “Mr. Know It All” for country radio.

“Don’t Rush” is off her upcoming Greatest Hits – Chapter 1 album due out next month. Kelly is also nominated in the CMA Female Vocalist of The Year category for this week’s CMA Awards.

The song has somewhat of an older, but sexy country feel. Listen below to hear your first listen of “Don’t Rush”(Or if you’re like us, this is your 10+ listen because you can’t get enough of it…)

We just have one wish left: Make a country album, Kelly!

Kelly’s team has confirmed that the single will be available for purchase on iTunes starting tomorrow. What do you think? Let us know below!

Vince Gill’s the Big Winner at ICM Awards

Vince Gill.

The 18th Annual ICM Faith, Family & Country Awards rolled out the red carpet at Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony for Inspirational Country artists last night. Vince Gill was a big winner of the night, taking home two awards—Mainstream Inspirational Country Song and Mainstream Country Artist. Other winners included Chuck Day for Entertainer of the Year, Joyful Noise for Faith, Family and Country Movie and The Roys for Inspirational Bluegrass Artist.

Highlights of the evening included performances by Mac Powell, performing music from his new country album, as well as moving performances from Andy Griggs, John Berry, Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver and Crawford Crossing. Dr. Johnny Lee Cook was the recipient of this year’s Living Legend Award. Ronald McDonald was on-hand representing Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville—a portion of the proceeds from the week-long event were donated to the charity.

In addition to being aired on Total Living Network, Golden Eagle Broadcasting, TCT Television Network and NRB Network, Nashville’s News 2, WKRN-TV, the ABC affiliate in Nashville, Tenn., will be airing the awards this year for the first time. The 18th Annual ICM Faith, Family & Country Awards will air on Dec. 23 from 1pm-3pm.

VIDEO: Kelly Clarkson Takes Us to Church with a Vince Gill Cover


It’s no secret to the world that Kelly Clarkson can sing absolutely anything. It’s also no secret to the world that Kelly Clarkson absolutely ROCKS when she dips her toes into country music. Although we’re holding out hope that she eventually dips way more than her toes, for the time being, we’ll take what we can get.

On Saturday, September 15th, KC took the stage in her new permanent hometown of Nashville to blow the roof off the Bridgestone arena. (Trust us, we were there.) Performing in the Capital of Music City, it was a shock to no one when she opted to cover a country song.

Dedicating the song to her guitarist’s deceased uncle, Clarkson literally took Bridgestone to church with a powerful rendition of Vince Gill‘s “Go Rest High on That Mountain.”

Check it out here:

Vince Gill Recieves Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Vince Gill.

Congratulations to country icon Vince Gill! He’s become the 2, 487th recipient of a Hollywood Walk of Fame Star. He’s part of the “Recording Category” and his star is right beside his wife, Amy Grant‘s, at 6901 Hollywood Blvd., near the Hard Rock Hollywood.

It’s a big moment not only for Vince, but for the Walk of Fame itself. Walk of Fame Producer Ana Martinez explains:

“We are proud to honor one of Country music’s most popular singers and we are so happy to say that we will be placing his star next to the star of his lovely wife Amy Grant.”

The Hollywood Walk of Fame holds 24 star induction ceremonies a year and is one of the biggest tourist attractions in the world. Who do you think deserves to represent country music with the next star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame?

Vince Gill Without A Record Deal

Vince Gill.

Who would have imagined the day that country music great Vince Gill would be without a major recording contract? Just a few days after performing at CRS for the Universal Music Group’s luncheon at the Ryman; it looks like he really has left his label home of over 23 years. The announcement was made by Vince himself:

“For the first time in 30 years, I don’t have a record deal. Don’t know that I want one. I’m just grateful for where I’ve been, and you’ve been a big part of where I’ve been and where I’m going. To my MCA family, it was really a sweet ride the last 23 years, and I appreciate everything you do.”

Vince might not have a major recording deal in place, but that’s not stopping him from touring. His next date is on March 2nd in Biloxi, MS at the Beau Rivage Theater. He returns to the Grand Ole Opry on March 16th. For a full list of upcoming Vince dates, visit his official website.

Vince Gill Added To Grand Ole Opry Lineup

Vince Gill.

The legendary Vince Gill has just been added to two Grand Ole Opry shows later this month. He’ll be performing at the historic Ryman Auditorium as part of the January 13th and January 21st line-ups. Vince will appear along-side Brett Eldredge, Del McCoury, Restless Heart and Ricky Skaggs on the 13th. He’ll be joined on the 21st by Emmylou Harris, Diamond Rio, Rodney Crowell and Craig Morgan. Additional artists are expected to be announced.

Tickets are on-sale now for both performances on the Opry’s official website. He’s offering his fans a $3 discount by using the code WEBFAN on check-out.

Marlee Scott Teams Up With Vince Gill For New Single

Marlee Scott. photo credit: Dexter Quinto.

Rising country artist Marlee Scott has announced plans to release a brand-new single this month. “Train Wreck,” which features guest vocals from the legendary Vince Gill, will be sent to radio January 23rd and will be available for purchase on iTunes on January 24th. The song, a co-write by Nashville songwriting veterans Marcus Hummon, Jedd Hughes, and Sarah Buxton, is the second single from Marlee’s upcoming album due out in the Spring. In addition to the country second single, a dance remix of “Train Wreck” will also be released late January.

Marlee has been hard at work on her debut U.S. album with producer David Kalmunsky, who produced the lead single “Beautiful Maybe” from the album.

“Train Wreck grabbed me right out of the gate the first time I heard it,” says Marlee.  “The Country/Rock groove and Bluegrass down-home Country chorus had me dancing around my condo!  It brings such a fun tongue-in-cheek outlook on what it’s like to fall for the wrong person, but you just can’t seem to get enough.  I love making people smile and chuckle and want to sing along, and ‘Train Wreck’ seems to do it every time.”

On working with Marlee on the single, and how he loves Canadian music, Vince said:

“Canada has had a great history of some of the best music I have ever heard.  My wish for Marlee is to be part of that rich history.”

Marlee filmed the music video for the single in December with director Roman White (Blake Shelton‘s “Hillbilly Bone,” Taylor Swift‘s “Fifteen,” Lady Antebellum‘s “Hello World”). She’s currently on a Canadian and American radio station tour promoting the new single. In 2011, she visited over 100 radio stations and still had time to make some major appearances along the way.

VIDEO: Vince Gill Performs Threaten Me With Heaven


Vince Gill stopped by AOL Sessions to perform his new single “Threaten Me With Heaven.” Watch his beautiful performance below and tell us what your favorite Vince song of all-time is: