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Your Chance to Win a 2015 ACM Awards ZinePak

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The Academy of Country Music and ZinePak have announced their fifth collaboration to bring country music fans the Official 2015 ACM Awards ZinePak, a limited-edition package spotlighting country’s biggest stars and brightest new talent. This year’s 50th Anniversary collection includes two compilation CDs, a 96-page magazine, an ACM Awards nominee ballot, and a window decal. The ZinePak will be available at Walmart stores nationwide beginning on March 24th, leading up to the LIVE broadcast from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX on Sunday, April 19th at 8:00 PM live ET/delayed PT on  CBS. It is currently available for pre-order here.

Disc One of the collection includes hits from ACM Entertainer of the Year nominees Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, and Florida Georgia Line. It also features tracks from ACM Awards nominees Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley and Blake Shelton, among others.

In addition to exclusive interviews with more than 25 artists, the magazine gives fans an inside look at the Academy, including the 50-year history behind the organization and the Awards. Fans will also have access to more than 15 exclusive videos powered by the free ZinePak All Access app, available for download in the iTunes App Store and Google Play.

The package, which is strictly limited to 50,000 copies in a nod to the anniversary of the ACM Awards, is currently available for presale at Walmart.com. It will be available in the music department in Walmart stores nationwide beginning March 24th. The first 1,500 fans to pre-order online will receive an additional window decal. Coors Light, a 20-year sponsor of the Academy of Country Music Awards, is sponsoring the ZinePak for a third year in a row, allowing the package to retail for the super-low price of $10.

Country Music Tattle Tale has your first look inside of the 2015 ACM Awards ZinePak and a chance for you to win a copy of your very own!

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Country Music Tattle Tale is giving away 2 copies of the 2015 ACM Awards ZinePak!  To enter to win please click the Enter to Win button below and fill out the entry form. Please remember that we only accept one entry per email address.  The contest ends Wednesday, April 1st so HURRY and ENTER NOW!

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Tim McGraw Narrates Documentary About Shaq

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Tim McGraw will be the narrator for a TV documentary about basketball star Shaquille O’Neal and LSU coach Dale Brown.

“I hope you didn’t come all this way expecting to hear a story just about basketball,” says McGraw in the film’s trailer. “About a team that couldn’t quite win the way everyone expected them to. I hope you didn’t settle in just to remember what it looked like when the player, bigger and better than all the others, ruled college basketball. And I hope you don’t think that just because one is white, and the other’s black … one’s a little younger, and one is a little older … one was a coach, and the other was a player … that two men couldn’t become very best of friends.”

“Shaq and Dale” will air on the SEC Network on April 13.

Luke Bryan and Alan Jackson Among Top-Priced Performers at 2015 Houston Rodeo

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The world’s biggest livestock and rodeo show returns to Houston tomorrow, and it’s reeling in big ticket prices on the secondary market. From March 3-22, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo will welcome some of music’s biggest acts, including Luke Bryan, Ariana Grande, Tim McGraw, Fall Out Boy and Eric Church. 20 total performances are scheduled over the rodeo’s three-week stay at NRG Stadium.

Across all 20 dates, the average price for Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo tickets on TiqIQ is $95.44, marking a price increase of 5.2% from last year’s average of $90.72. With country stars highlighting the bulk of the bill, Hunter Hayes, Justin Moore and Eric Church, will be among the cheapest artists to play this year’s rodeo. Luke Bryan, Alan Jackson and Pitbull serve as the three highest-priced performers on the secondary market.

Hunter Hayes is set to play on Wednesday, March 4, which will be this year’s cheapest individual day. March 4 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo tickets average at just $26, 72.7% below this year’s average, and get-in price starts at $3. Justin Moore will perform five days later on March 9 and secondary tickets average at $30 with a get-in price of $2. The opening day of the rodeo on March 3 will be headlined by Eric Church, who’s garnered a $31 secondary average. The rodeo’s cheapest ticket on March 3 is listed at $3.

The most expensive day of this year’s rodeo will be on its final day on March 22, when Luke Bryan is set to take the main stage. The average secondary price for March 22 Houston Rodeo tickets is $166.01 and the day’s cheapest ticket is $35. On March 7, Alan Jackson will perform to the tune of a $136.79 average ticket price and $34 get-in price. Pitbull will be the rodeo’s third most expensive performer on March 13. That day, the average price for Houston Rodeo tickets is $134.56 and fans can get in for $29 on the secondary market.

Four other days have seen secondary ticket price average over $100. Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton, Ariana Grande and Zac Brown Band will generate triple-digit averages on their respective days. Paisley will perform on March 21, Shelton on March  19, Grande on March 17 and Zac Brown Band on March 12, when tickets average at $104.47 and get-in price is $20 on the secondary market.

2015 will mark another memorable year at the Houston Rodeo. With Luke Bryan and Alan Jackson set to take the stage across the rodeo’s most expensive days, the secondary market has indicated that country music is alive and well in Lone Star State.

Tim McGraw Accepts Singing Challenge from Brett Favre

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Tim McGraw has accepted a challenge from buddy and Green Bay Packers legend Brett Favre on the new all sports social media site Sqor.

Brett challenged Tim to collect 10,000 followers to his page at Sqor.com by April 1. If Tim succeeds, Brett pledges to sing Tim’s song “Felt Good On My Lips” on video. If he fails to collect the 10,000 followers, Tim has pledged to wear Brett’s Packers jersey for 24 hours straight.

Follow Tim and watch him accept the challenge below:

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