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Josh Turner Releases New Music Video for “Lay Low”

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This week  Josh Turner released the brand new video for his latest single, “Lay Low.” Award-winning director Trey Fanjoy and Turner shot the music video at a 200-year-old cabin in Rock Island, Tenn. and perfectly captured the daydream mood of “Lay Low.”

Written by Ross Copperman, Tony Martin and Mark Nesler, “Lay Low” taps into a familiar sentiment about unplugging from the daily grind and reconnecting with each other.

I wanna drive until my cell phone
Runs out of range and every bar is gone
Cut through the woods another hundred miles
And disappear for a while

[Chorus:]
I wanna hear raindrops fallin’ down on an old tin roof
I wanna find a front porch rail and prop up my travelin’ boots
See your silhouette in that firelight
Feel your body lyin’ next to mine
Spend a few days together alone
And just lay low

I wanna end up nowhere on a map
A little cabin sittin’ so far back
Out in the country
Just the moon and stars
Are gonna know where we are

[Chorus]

Just lay low, slow it down
Girl, let’s go and get outta town
I wanna hear raindrops fallin’ down

[Chorus]

Just lay low

“Lay Low” is the first single off Turner’s upcoming 2015 album release on MCA Nashville. For more information, music and tour dates, please visit www.JoshTurner.com.


Garth Brooks Gets Emotional on ‘Ellen’

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Earlier this week, Garth Brooks paid a visit to The Ellen DeGeneres Show and performed his extremely emotional song “Mom.”

He also addressed the fan who inspired him at a recent show after she attended the very same day she underwent chemo for cancer.

Little Big Town Celebrates Gold with No. 1 Single “Day Drinking”

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CMA Vocal Group of the Year and the newest members of the Grand Ole Opry Little Big Town lands at No. 1 on this week’s MediaBase country chart with “Day Drinking,” the lead single off the group’s critically acclaimed sixth studio album, Pain Killer, released on Capitol Records Nashville. This single marks the first No. 1 as writers for Little Big Town’s Karen Fairchild, Phillip Sweet and Jimi Westbrook – also written with Barry Dean and Troy Verges. Additionally, the chart-topping tune makes the band’s fifth RIAA Gold-certified single with sales surpassing 500,000.

“This feeling will never get old,” exclaimed Westbrook. “Thank you so much to the fans and country radio for making our first song from Pain Killer such a success. No. 1…what more could we ask for? We are absolutely thrilled.”

Little Big Town’s follow-up single, “Girl Crush”, impacts country radio Dec. 15th. Rolling Stone calls their latest a “stop-you-in-your-tracks ballad. ‘Girl Crush’ takes the modern phrase and turns it upside-down to convey the classic country-song theme of unrequited love.” The New York Times takes note saying, “Little Big Town delivers one of the most devastating country songs in recent memory, a scorching and pained meditation on jealousy delivered with heavy resignation. While the Miami Herald states, “Karen Fairchild is a revelation on ‘Girl Crush.’”

Little Big Town has sold out multiple dates headlining The Pain Killer Tour with Brett Eldredge and Brothers Osborne. Only six dates remain on The Pain Killer Tour including stops in Chicago, Detroit and Green Bay. For more information, tour dates and music, visit www.LittleBigTown.com.

Bigger Venues Bring Big Demand For Garth Brooks Tickets On Secondary Market

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Garth Brooks is in the midst of his comeback tour that has garnered high demand on the secondary market. Through the end of February, Brooks has multiple dates scheduled in five different cities with more tour announcements expected to come. Since the comeback was first announced, Brooks has released information for tour dates a city or two at a time, never revealing too much of a future plan. The strategy has both helped and hurt ticket prices on the secondary market.

Across remaining dates, secondary market Garth Brooks tickets on TiqIQ have an average price of $283.48, however that varies greatly depending on the city and venue. Through the weekend, Brooks has three dates at the Greensboro Coliseum. The average price of those three shows is currently $208.73, 26% below the tour average.

His next stop is four shows at the Scottrade Center from December 4-7. Those shows currently have an average price of $232.27. That’s significantly more expensive than the following three shows from December 11-13 at Verizon Arena in North Little Rock, Arkansas that have an average price of $180.24.

The secondary market price for Garth Brooks tickets have also depended on how the dates have been announced. Brooks originally announced just three dates in January at the BOK Center in Tulsa, OK, but due to initial demand the amount of shows has grown to seven. That’s kept of of the original shows with a high average price at $381.13, but ranging all the way down to $167.22 at the same venue.

Brooks’ last announced dates have come for three shows at Boston’s TD Garden from January 22-24. With only three shows just recently announced, it’s likely there could be more shows announced at the venue. Currently, the average price for the three shows is $296.29 with the most expensive price $336.63 on January 23.

 

Ronnie Milsap to Bid Farewell to the Road with The Legend In My Time Tour

 

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He’s been performing since the mid-’60s and has given fans hits including “Stranger In My House,” “Smoky Mountain Rain,” “Almost Like A Song” and “There’s No Getting Over Me.” Now at age 71, recent Country Music Hall of Fame inductee Ronnie Milsap will embark on his final tour beginning Nov. 29 at the Country Music Hall of Fame.

“You get to a place where you still have your health, but you know it’s not given,” says Milsap. “I’ve been blessed with so many great songs, so many wonderful memories and stories – and some of the very best fans in the business. Before I get to a place where it’s not a celebration of the music, I want to go out and play all these hits for the people who love them as much as I do.”

Get tickets for that show here. The Legend In My Time tour will have a three-year run and is being booked now.

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