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Garth Brooks to Re-Release “Friends in Low Places” with a New Twist


Garth Brooks very famous “Friends in Low Places” is getting a remake.  According to Billboard, who broke the story this morning,  Garth has re-recorded the 1990 classic “Friends in Low Places,” with some close friends who include George Strait, Keith Urban, Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line and Keith Urban.

Billboard also reported their source told them the new version includes the beloved mysterious third verse, not included on the original, but captured on Garths’ 1998 Double Live album.

Garths’ representative declined to comment, but in an Aug. 19 interview with Storme Warren of SiriusXM’s The Highway, he was asked what he had been doing during his tour hiatus. The singer coyly answered: “I’ve been revisiting old friends and making new friends.”

Garth returns to the road Sept. 17 for seven shows at Dallas’ American Airlines Arena

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Johnny Cash Tribute Hosted by Kid Rock to Take Over CMT Next Week

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CMT today announced an unprecedented weeklong tribute celebrating the enduring legacy of the Man in Black, Johnny Cash, hosted by super-fan Kid Rock. Timed to the 12th anniversary of his passing, the week will culminate with the premiere of “Johnny Cash: American Rebel,” an original documentary told through the unique perspective of his greatest songs.

“Johnny Cash Week” programming and specials will also include “Walk The Line,” the Oscar-winning film mirroring Cash’s life, back-to-back throwback videos, a Saturday morning video block hosted by Kid Rock, the ultimate country artist countdown and a Johnny Cash-inspired all-new “CMT Hot 20 Countdown.”

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Chris Young Performs on ‘Jimmy Kimmel LIVE”

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Chris Young made a return appearance to ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live Wednesday night to perform his latest smash, “I’m Comin’ Over.” The song, which Roughstock declares “among the best vocals of the year,” has amassed more than 5.7 million views for the steamy new music video. “I’m Comin’ Over” is the title track to his fifth studio album, releasing November 13th. View Young’s performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live HERE.

Chris Young will be kicking off his “I’m Comin’ Over” World Tour September 30 in Nashville, TN at the new Ascend Amphitheater. For a complete list of dates and to purchase tickets to catch the CMA, ACM and Grammy-nominated hit-maker on tour, visit

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Dierks Bentley Casts Real-Life Riser for Music Video

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Dierks Bentley has elevated “the most inspiring message of any song he’s ever done” (The Fresno Bee) with the raw music video for his powerful latest single, “Riser.” Premiering exclusively on The Guardian today, the true story follows the struggles of a formerly homeless mother of two named Amy as she rebuilds her life.

“I really wanted this video to reflect the ‘risers’ among us,” said Bentley. “So, when it came to casting, it was important to me that the storyline follow something real – no acting. The first thing I thought when I met Amy was you would have never known that she had been living out of her car with two kids and nowhere to go. Hearing her story is such a solid example that there are people we pass all around us every day who are going through tough times. It’s dedicated to all the ‘Risers.'”

With the help of Nashville non-profit Safe Haven Family Shelter, Amy was able to receive critical education, support and guidance that helped her make a successful return into her own home. Amy shares her story in more depth in this behind-the-scenes footage from the video shoot. To watch, click here:

One of country music’s most-respected and most-unpredictable careers, award-winning singer/songwriter Dierks Bentley continues to grow, as “his career skyrocketed to greater heights with the release of his seventh album, RISER” (San Jose Mercury News). After spawning three consecutive No. one hits with “I Hold On,” “Drunk On A Plane” and “Say You Do,” he follows with the “Riser” as the record’s latest release. Bentley’s six previous studio albums have sold more than five million copies, notched 13 chart-topping singles, earned 12 GRAMMY nominations, countless CMA, ACM and CMT nominations and membership at the Grand Ole Opry. Bentley is currently on the road selling out arenas and amphitheaters with his 2015 SOUND OF SUMMER TOUR, and recently sold-out his 10th Annual Miles & Music.

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