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Country Icon Lynn Anderson Dies

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Country legend Lynn Anderson has passed away. The singer, who was best known for “(I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden,” died yesterday of a heart attack while at Nashville’s Vanderbilt Hospital after being admitted for pneumonia. Lynn was 67 years old.

I had the pleasure of sitting next to Lynn Anderson on a flight to Las Vegas several years ago. She was a pleasure to chat with, and such a sweet person.

Lynn Anderson was truly a trailblazing legend and her peers in the both the performance and business community are sharing their personal memories of the icon.

“I was shocked and heartbroken today in learning of Lynn’s passing –and am praying God’s peace and love for Casey, Lisa and the entire family. I’m reminded of a lyric from “Rose Garden”…Along with the sunshine, there’s got to be a little rain sometime. For all of us in the creative musical family in Nashville that loved her—as well as a world of Lynn’s fans around the world—this is that rainy day.” – Brenda Lee

“Lynn is blooming on God’s Rose Garden now. We will miss her and remember her fondly. May she rest in peace.” – Dolly Parton

“I’m going to miss a good friend, Lynn Anderson. My thoughts & prayers are with her family. She was one of my favorites. Love you Lynn.” – Crystal Gayle

“I was lucky enough to sing with her once on the Opry. Rest in peace Lynn.” – Martina McBride

“I am extremely surprised and saddened by the news of Lynn Anderson’s passing. She and I had so much fun over the years teasing people and telling them we were brother and sister or sometimes even man and wife when they would ask. I could always get a rise out of her when I would say, ‘Actually, Lynn is my mother!’ Trust me, she always had a sharp comeback! Rest in peace my talented and special ‘kin.’ Love you always.” – Bill Anderson

“I’m extremely saddened to hear of the passing of the great Lynn Anderson. She was not only a legendary country music artist, but she was a very sweet lady. She was extremely nice to me and always a pleasure to talk with. She will be missed by fans and all who knew her!” – Travis Tritt

“We’ve lost another Icon in country music. I had the chance to share the stage with Lynn Anderson on numerous occasions.. Condolences go out to her family and all the fans who loved her.” – Tracy Lawrence

“Lynn Anderson sure made her mark in country music! Watching her sign for fans at CMA Fest showed the devotion she continued to have with her fans. I’m so honored that my family and I got to meet and talk to her on different occasions. She will be missed.” – Ashton Shepherd

“We lost a sweet friend today. RIP Lynn Anderson. Now you have a heavenly rose garden” – The Martins

“An international star who never abandoned her country roots or love for Nashville, Lynn Anderson was among the first women in country music to find a home on pop radio. How appropriate it is that her last album, a venture into the world of gospel is titled ‘Bridges’. She will be missed by her many friends and fans. My condolences to her family, including her partner of 45 years, my brother, song writer Mentor Williams.” – Paul Williams

“God’s choir grew greater today when my friend music Legend Lynn Anderson left to perform on the greatest stage of all.” – TG Sheppard

“Thoughts & prayers going out to Lynn Anderson’s family.” – Kix Brooks

“We lost a Great Country singer today. Lynn Anderson will be missed!” – Neal McCoy

“I’m really, truly sad to hear that Lynn Anderson has passed. She was really something.” – Chely Wright

“She was a lifelong friend through both of our struggles and all of our victories. I know she’s singing glories with Jesus now. She will be greatly missed.” – Lulu Roman

“God bless Lynn Anderson who passed away. 67 is too young. Thank you for the great music.” – Blair Garner

“Country music has lost a true legend in Lynn Anderson. It was a pleasure working with her and being able to call her a friend. Rest well my friend among the ‘Rose Garden'” – Eddie Robba – Catch This Music

“Shocked at the sad news. Lynn Anderson was a true Champion and ambassador for Country Music and my friend taught me to ride cutting horses.” – Storme Warren

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Chase Rice’s “JD and Jesus Tour 2015″ Tickets ON SALE TODAY

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Country music maverick Chase Rice has been teasing his widespread fan base with a series of social media posts about his fall headlining tour for weeks, and finally today, July 31, they will have the chance to get their hands on tickets to see the “ferocious” (The Tennessean) performer in his element. Tickets for select dates on the JD and Jesus Tour 2015 will go on sale to the public today starting at 10:00 a.m. local time at

With major stops that include Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Pittsburgh and New York City, the JD and Jesus Tour 2015 is slated for 24 shows and more to be announced in the coming weeks. Rice will be taking Big Machine Records’ raucous Nashville trio The Cadillac Three on the road for most dates, and chart-topping Black River Entertainment artist Kelsea Ballerini will join as a special guest at Rice’s Nov. 12 show in Atlanta.

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Jerrod Niemann Breaks Country Thunder Attendance Record

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Fans are clearly clamoring for more from Jerrod Niemann, as he helped draw a record crowd at Country Thunder Festival in Twin Lakes, Wisconsin the same week he set a personal milestone at country radio.

The Kansas native joined with other country stars to spur an attendance record at Country Thunder when 34,182 fans attended Thursday, the first day of the festival. Niemann is on the road the rest of the summer playing select festival and solo dates.

“Blue Bandana,” which Niemann produced with friend Jimmie Lee Sloas, is the first taste of the innovative singer-songwriter’s fourth album. In addition to being Mediabase’s most-added new song at country radio, the single had the biggest impact week of Niemann’s career with 83 adds at both Country Aircheck- and Billboard-monitored stations, surpassing Niemann’s previous career-best impact week of 72 for his now-platinum multi-week No. 1 “Drink to That All Night” from 2014 album High Noon.

Fans can now purchase “Blue Bandana” on iTunes and check out the lyric video on to see what all the excitement’s about.

Fans can join the party by visiting And those wishing to go all in can join Niemann’s Dehydration Nation fan club at

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Craig Campbell Debuts “Tomorrow, Tonight” Music Video

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Craig Campbell’s sexy single “Tomorrow Tonight” has a brand new music video.

Filmed in Nashville, TN and directed by Chris Hickey, the accompanying music video brings the flirtatious lyrics to life. Playful texting shown on split screens precedes a romantic rendezvous between Campbell and actress, Sulivan Mellencamp.

“I had to break out my acting skills for this one,” said Campbell. “It definitely shows a side of me that has not been on camera yet. I’m excited for everyone to finally see it!”

“Tomorrow Tonight” is currently climbing the Country radio charts and marked the singer’s biggest first-week add date ever (6/8). Produced by Jeremy Stover (Justin Moore) and co-written by Campbell, Justin Wilson and Vicky McGehee, “Tomorrow Tonight” is the lead track for his third studio album — and forthcoming debut project on RED BOW Records.

For tour dates and more information on Craig Campbell, visit

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