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Tim McGraw Gets His Own Slot Machine


Tim McGraw unveiled his own slot machine at the G2E Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas. The game is due in casinos next summer. Watch McGraw make a grand entrance as he drops from the ceiling, preceded by a group of dancing McGraws.

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Dolly Parton to Appear on ‘Jimmy Kimmel LIVE’ and ‘The Talk’ – DVR Alert

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On Monday, Oct. 3rd, Dolly Parton will be the lead guest and perform as part of the Outdoor Concert Series on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” her first-ever appearance on the late night program. In addition, earlier Monday morning, Dolly will appear as the featured guest on “The Talk,” where she will chat with hosts Sharon Osbourne, ‎Sheryl Underwood, Aisha Tyler and Julie Chen about her new movie, Dolly Parton’s Christmas of Many Colors – Circle of Love, the success of her most recent album “Pure & Simple” (which remains in the Billboard Country Albums Top 10 chart) and much more.

Just in time for the holidays, Dolly Parton’s Christmas of Many Colors – Circle of Love, premieres on NBC this Nov. 30th. The sequel to the critically-acclaimed film Dolly Parton’s Coat of Many Colors will be available on DVD beginning on Dec. 20th and digitally on Dec. 1st.
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Dan + Shay “How Not To” on ‘Jimmy Kimmel LIVE’

Last night, Dan + Shay performed “How Not To” on Jimmy Kimmel LIVE. Check it out!

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Dierks Bentley’s Unpredictable 2nd Sold-Out Night at Red Rocks

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Photo Credit: Ryan Silver and Zachary Belcher

On his first-ever two night stand at Morrison, CO’s iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre,  Dierks Bentley once again demonstrated his unique ability to transition effortlessly between commercial success and artistic diversity. Stepping onto stage for his second consecutive sold out night, Bentley eagerly delivered his biggest hits and one-time-only performances including surprise guest and friends The Travelin’ McCourys.

Photo Credit: Ryan Silver and Zachary Belcher

Photo Credit: Ryan Silver and Zachary Belcher

“We have a lot of stuff going on tonight that doesn’t happen anywhere else,” Bentley told the crowd. “Red Rocks brings everyone together…you can’t treat this like any other show. Besides having all my fans, friends and family here, right now is a full circle moment for me. After moving to Nashville to play Country music, I walked into the Station Inn and saw these guys singing George Jones, Johnny Cash and Merle Haggard songs – but they were playing dobros, fiddles, banjos and mandolins. It was because of them that I found a foundation to build my music on. I had to bring them out tonight…the one and only The Travelin’ McCourys! Let’s make Red Rocks ring with some Bluegrass music!”

Following No. one hits including “Different For Girls,” a personal slideshow of photos during “Every Mile A Memory” and fan-favorite album cuts like “Black,” Bentley launched into Kris Kristofferson’s “Bottle To The Bottom” with the simultaneously progressive and traditional Bluegrass band The Travelin’ McCourys. Together, they next took on Bentley’s chart-topper “Settle For A Slowdown” before genres collided with an unexpected treatment of Avicii’s “Wake Me Up.” For the summer tour’s closing night, Bentley invited band, crew, family, friends as well as tourmates Randy Houser and Tucker Beathard to take the stage and ended the night with The Travelin’ McCourys transitioning “Drunk On A Plane” into Del McCoury Band’s “Baltimore Jonny.”

“There’s no other feeling like this,” Bentley shared with fans. “There are some big moments that happen for Country artists, and I remember one of those…selling out the Grizzly Rose. I think it holds something like 1200 people. So we kept working hard and sold-out the Fillmore, it was amazing. And then, you get the call to play Red Rocks. Let me tell you it’s one of those shows you look forward to your whole life. To think we’ve played here six times now and two sold out nights in a row is unbelievable. Thank you guys!”

Known for “traveling his own path…Country music’s most relatable star” (Esquire) shows his depth and diversity as an artist with four CMA nominations in the Male Vocalist of the Year, Album of The Year, Vocal Event of the Year and Video of the Year categories. Bentley will bring the “foot-stomping, fist-pumping good time” (Arizona Republic) of his 2016 Somewhere on a Beach Tour to the Midwest beginning Oct. 13th to kick off the newly extended leg of the tour. For more information and a full list of tour dates, visit www.dierks.com.

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