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Jason Aldean & Bob Seger’s CMT Crossroads to Premier on Friday

CMT Crossroads: Bob Seger And Jason Aldean

Legendary rock icon Bob Seger joins country superstar Jason Aldean on the CROSSROADS stage when CMT CROSSROADS: BOB SEGER AND JASON ALDEAN premieres Black Friday, November 28th at 10 p.m., ET/PT on CMT. The long-awaited pairing provides melodic magic for the all-new installment of CMT’s flagship music series.

The episode will feature the duo collaborating on chart-topping hits, and viewers will also take a look into the admiration Seger and Aldean share for each other and the impact their respective songs have on one another’s careers. CMT CROSSROADS: BOB SEGER AND JASON ALDEAN will re-air Saturday, November 29th at 2 p.m., ET/PT.
Watch Seger and Aldean take on the classic “Turn the Page” on today.

Bobby Bones Raises Big Bucks for St. Jude’s with the Help of Jason Aldean

Photo credit for all photos: Crystal K. Martel Photography

Photo credit for all photos: Crystal K. Martel Photography

On Tuesday, November 18th, Bobby Bones and The Raging Idiots played a special charity concert to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Two-time Academy of Country Music “Top Male Vocalist” Jason Aldean crashed the show held at Marathon Music Works in Nashville, helping raise more than $60,000 for the hospital. In addition, Country music singer/songwriter/guitarist Lindsay Ell performed with The Raging Idiots, and St. Jude patient Caleb served as guest announcer for the evening.

During a recent interview on The Bobby Bones Show, Aldean agreed to play a charity show with the band if they could raise $50,000 for Susan G. Komen. The program used any and all means to reach their goal – from putting Lunchbox in a room with a snake, to offering shirtless pictures of the guys to generate donations from listeners.

In the last three weeks alone, The Bobby Bones Show has raised more than $210,000 for St. Jude. With the help of listeners and the Country music industry, the program made a donation last week of over $150,000 in honor of co-host Amy’s mother Judy, who recently passed away from cancer. In the past 18 months, The Raging Idiots have raised more than $750,000 for various charities.

Jason Aldean, Eric Church & Carrie Underwood Added to ACC Country Awards

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Country music heavyweights Jason Aldean, Eric Church and Carrie Underwood, along with country’s newest star Brett Eldredge, will join previously announced performers Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line and Miranda Lambert on the inaugural AMERICAN COUNTRY COUNTDOWN AWARDS, airing LIVE from Nashville’s Music City Center on Monday, Dec.15th (8:00-10:00 PM ET live/PT tape-delayed) on FOX. Additionally, this star-studded group of performers are all finalists on the AMERICAN COUNTRY COUNTDOWN AWARDS, including Aldean, with four nods; Eldredge, with two; and Underwood and Church, with one each.

Hosted by Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, AMERICAN COUNTRY COUNTDOWN AWARDS is based on country music’s longest-running radio countdown show, “American Country Countdown with Kix Brooks,” and will honor country music’s biggest stars based on album sales and radio airplay. Presenters to be announced soon. Tickets to the event are on sale at

The Breakthrough Artist of the Year category, presented by Samsung GALAXY®, is the only fan-voted category. Fan voting begins on Nov. 24 and continues through Dec. 10. Fans can vote for their favorite Breakthrough finalist by including the following in a tweet: the artist’s Twitter handle, “Breakthrough Artist” and the hashtag #ACCAwards.
AMERICAN COUNTRY COUNTDOWN AWARDS finalists and winners, other than Breakthrough Artist of the Year, are determined based on statistics and radio airplay charts from Nov. 1, 2013-Oct. 31, 2014. The finalists for Album of the Year were based on album sales from SoundScan and the finalists for Artist of the Year were based on a combination of Mediabase airplay, digital data provided by Big Champagne and tour information from Pollstar. All other award categories were made up of those with the largest audience reach, according to Mediabase.

Brantley Gilbert & Justin Moore Pull Music From Spotify


Brantley Gilbert and Justin Moore are joining the ranks with Taylor Swift and Jason Aldean, pulling music from the popular streaming service Spotify.

Gilbert’s most recent album, ‘Just as I Am,’ and Moore’s latest, ‘Off the Beaten Path,’ are no longer available for streaming on Spotify, leaving just one single for listeners to consume as a teaser. According to Rollingstone, the Big Machine labelmates are taking a stand for fair compensation.

What do you think about artists pulling their music from streaming services?

Kenny Chesney Takes a Stand Against ‘Bro-Country’ in Billboard Cover Story


Kenny Chesney covers the newest issue of Billboard, and inside he takes a stand against the ever popular ‘bro-country.’

“Over the last several years, it seems like anytime anybody sings about a woman, she’s in cutoff jeans, drinking and on a tailgate — they objectify the hell out of them,” he says. “Twenty years ago, I might have written a song like that — I probably did. But I’m at a point where I want to say something different about women.”

Thank God! Thank you Kenny Chesney. Do you wanna know why he wants to say something different about women??? Cuz he’s not a 19 year old kid anymore… Kenny Chesney is a grown man who wants to sing about being a grown man. (Take notes Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean).

Instead, Chesney depicts a strong, independent woman in his single “Wild Child,” off his new album The Big Revival. It’s with this album that Kenny decided to become more than just the guy on the beach.

“I would listen to the songs I’d recorded, and they were good, but I felt like we were repeating ourselves.” It wasn’t until he found the first single, “American Kids,” and co-wrote “Wild Child” that, he says, “I felt the excitement I needed to feel when I decided to take a year off.” (Rocker Grace Potter, with whom Chesney recorded the hit duet “You and Tequila,” rejoined him on “Wild Child.”)

You can read more of Kenny’s interview with Billboard here.

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