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Clear Channel Media and Entertainment announced today the first-ever iHeartRadio Country Festival. Country music’s biggest superstars will hit the stage at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas on Saturday, March 29, to celebrate all things country.
Straight from the heart of Austin, the music of the iHeartRadio app will come to life with an extraordinary lineup including: Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line, Eric Church, Lady Antebellum, Hunter Hayes, Carrie Underwood, Jake Owen and Dan + Shay, with more to be announced. The iHeartRadio Country Festival will be hosted by nationally-syndicated country music personality Bobby Bones.
In today’s music, it is common to hear a remix of some of your favorite songs; even heartfelt power ballads have turned into dance hits with the help of some of music’s most talented DJs. And just when you thought DJ’ing couldn’t become anymore unique, enter Dee Jay Silver, the first DJ to be signed to a major Nashville record label. Dee Jay has played in premier venues in virtually every major market in the United States, Mexico, and Canada, but has ultimately found his home in Nashville. Whether he is touring with Jason Aldean and playing in sold out stadiums, performing on the American Country Awards, or remixing the work of some of country’s best known artists, Dee Jay is bringing his talents to the fans of country music in a myriad of ways. Dee Jay took some time out of his day of “bad television” while he recovered from the ACAs in Las Vegas to talk with me about his music, his favorite tour stop to date, and his future plans (which included getting back to Nashville stat!).
Thanks to the magic of satellite radio, fans wanting to be part of ZZ Top’s first-ever “La Grange Fest” in Austin, Texas will be able to listen in live tonight. It’s the next best thing to actually being there.
This will be the first time in the band’s 40 year career that they will broadcast a concert in real-time on radio. You can hear their concert live at 10:30 pm EST on Sirius/XM’s “Outlaw Country” channel. It’s the first year for ZZ Top’s “La Grange Fest” with a line-up that includes Lynyrd Skynyrd, Jamey Johnson, and Corey Taylor. The doors open at 5 pm tonight with the festival starting at 6.
Austin City Limits and KASE-Austin have announced their decision to postpone the “Susan G. Komen Concert For The Cure” in Austin, Texas. The charity concert was to feature Sara Evans and Gloriana. Concert organizers are asking fans to support the Central Texas wildfire victims by attending the Fire Relief Concert to be held on October 17th, which was the original date for “Concert For The Cure”. The Fire Relief concert will be held at the Frank Erwin Center and will feature George Strait and the Randy Rogers Band.
A future date for the concert will be announced. All tickets will be honored at the future date, but refunds are being accepted at the original point of purchase.