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The Lost Trailers Frontman Resigns

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Today, Jason Wyatt, lead singer of The Lost Trailers announced his resignation from the country duo.

Wyatt cites a resurgence of interest in restarting his solo career and a need to better focus on the growth of his music production, songwriting and artist development company, Jason Wyatt Productions. Rounding out the next chapter of his career, Wyatt has been signed on as a consultant and producer with American Country Star, the Nashville-based national music competition for aspiring country artists.

“I really appreciate these last few years with the Trailers,” says Wyatt. “I have loved playing to all of the great fans around the country. All I can say is stay excited… there’s a lot more to come.”

Wyatt is currently hard at work on his upcoming solo album currently slated for a 4th quarter 2014 release.

The Lost Trailers saw two Top-40 Country hits during the 2011-2014 tenure with Wyatt. The upbeat “American Beauty” was used in a featured montage to celebrate Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas and the fan favorite “Underdog,” was the group’s first single released with Wyatt as the band’s front man.


Outnumber Hunger LIVE to Air TOMORROW!

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Don’t forget to set your dvrs for tomorrow night’s Outnumber Hunger LIVE concert!!! Click here to find out where you can watch it, then tune in to see performances by Florida Georgia Line, Rascal Flatts, Justin Moore, Thomas Rhett and MORE!

Why You Should Visit the Newly Expanded Country Music Hall of Fame

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The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum celebrated a major milestone this week as it unveiled its 210,000-square-foot expansion, more than doubling the size of its iconic home in downtown Nashville.

The grand opening ceremony, made possible with support from Ford Motor Company and the Middle Tennessee Ford Dealers, took place in the museum’s Event Hall overlooking the Nashville skyline. Roof-raising performances by Country Music Hall of Fame member Vince Gill, the McCrary Sisters, Ricky Skaggs, the Valentines and Lee Ann Womack, accompanied by the Grand Opening All-Star Band, under the direction of Buddy Miller, served as soul-stirring reminders of the diverse musical family the museum exists to exalt, while Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam, Nashville Mayor Karl Dean, Museum Director Kyle Young and museum board Chairman Steve Turner each delivered inspiring commemorative remarks. The event drew hundreds of today’s music industry, government and community leaders, as well as original, longtime museum visionaries such as Country Music Hall of Fame member and board Chairman Emeritus Bud Wendell and enthusiastic members of the general public.

The celebration marked the final phase of the museum’s expansion—10,000 square feet of new gallery space—joining recently opened additions including the 800-seat CMA Theater, the Taylor Swift Education Center, a new home for the legendary and thriving letterpress operation Hatch Show Print and the Event Hall. The expansion also includes much-needed archival and library storage, allowing for even more robust cultivation of the museum’s treasured collection.

One of the Country Music Hall of Fame’s new exhibits lets you sing a song in a mini recording studio. Take a look at Big D & Bubba’s Executive Producer Patrick singing along to Taylor Swift’s “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.”   Seriously, watch it…it will make your day!

Martina McBride Tops Chart With Everlasting

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It’s so good to see her back on top!

Martina McBride’s Everlasting will debut this week at No. 1 on Billboard’s country albums chart, taking Luke Bryan’s Crash My Party and Florida Georgia Line’s Here’s to the Good Times out of the top spot!

Everlasting is Martina’s first first project on her own label.  The album features Martina performing 14 classic songs from the American songbook, ranging from Aretha Franklin’s “Do Right Woman, Do Right Man” to Gamble and Huff’s “If You Don’t Know Me By Now.” Kelly Clarkson and Gavin DeGraw lend their talents to the album as well.

CLICK HERE to order your copy of Martina’s “Everlasting.”

 

Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert Address Divorce Rumors

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I don’t understand why the tabloids just can’t leave these two alone!  Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert are once again addressing the nasty divorce rumors that have started swirling around.  And Blake and Miranda know the best way to handle those harsh tabloids…

Humor.

The country power house couple took to Twitter to properly address everyone’s concerns:

Blake and Miranda seem to be doing just fine.  So fine in fact they recently purchased a home in Nashville together.

 

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