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The Judds ruise into The Venetian Las Vegas for Nine-show Residency

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The Judds arrived at The Venetian® Las Vegas for their nine-show residency, Girls Night Out, in style – cruising up to the entrance bridge of the resort in a classic, cherry red ’57 Chevy. Upon their arrival, the mother-daughter duo was officially welcomed to the resort by Venetian and AEG Live executives before addressing the crowd of onlookers and fans.

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“Now we feel at home,” remarked Naomi. “We are so thrilled to be here at The Venetian.”

“As a daughter, it’s wonderful to be able to celebrate your mother,” added Wynonna. “This is a chance to celebrate her. You will hear all The Judds hits.”

Following the arrival, The Judds sat down with an intimate group of media in The Venetian Theatre to answer questions about the show.

Produced by AEG Live, Girls Night Out will mark the iconic and multi-platinum country duo’s first concerts together in nearly five years. Girls Night Out will boast an all-new show created specifically for the Las Vegas audience featuring a set list handpicked by Wynonna and Naomi. Performances will take place Oct. 7th, 10th, 13th, 14th, 16th, 17th, 21st, 23rd and 24th.

Tickets start at $59.50 (plus applicable fees) and are available at any Venetian or Palazzo Box Office, online at or by calling (702) 414-9000 or (866) 641-7469.

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Thomas Rhett Stops By ‘Ellen’ and ‘Jimmy Kimmel’ – Video

Yesterday, Thomas Rhett paid a visit to The Ellen DeGeneres Show to perform his hit single “Crash and Burn.” Later, he stopped by Jimmy Kimmel LIVE.

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Josh Thompson Embraces “Change” With Release of New EP

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In 2012, Josh Thompson was on the verge of releasing his sophomore album when a shakeup at his then record label RCA changed everything. The project was halted and he left the label, but he was able to hold onto the music until he found the right opportunity to release it. He ended up recording a different collection of songs for his second album “Turn It Up” in 2014 under the guidance of a new record label, Show Dog Universal. Once that relationship ended, Thompson knew he wanted to find a way to release the songs he’d previously recorded; that opportunity came this year through a partnership with ole Music.

“It’s the first second record that came out third,” chuckles Thompson.

On October 9, 2015, “Change: The Lost Record (Volume 1)” will be released digitally. It’s a collection of songs dear to Thompson; not only did he co-write every song, but he was also able to bring his buddy Justin Moore in to sing on the track “Livin’ Like Hank,” a road-warrior’s anthem.

“It was a perfect fit – he definitely knew where that song was coming from.”

The six-song collection is a snapshot of life for everyday Americans, with songs like “Work in the Mornin” and the gospel-infused “Gotta Go to Heaven.”

Although Thompson has had songs he’s co-written recorded by other artists, like “Church Pew or Bar Stool” by Jason Aldean, he tries not to write with a particular artist in mind.

“If it finds a home, it does the song justice.”

After all of the change he’s endured since the beginning of his career, Thompson is optimistic looking ahead. The second volume of the “Change: The Lost Record” is set to be released in early 2016, and he’s continually on the road sharing the new music with fans.

And if you’ve never heard his music before, he encourages you to listen to “Over Me”:

“Musically, it’s got a very deep pocket, it’s traditional in nature, and lyrically, it definitely defines who I am.”

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Track list:

  1. Same Ol Plain Ol Me (Rhett Akins, Ben Hayslip, Josh Thompson)
    2. Work In the Morning (Phil O Donnell, David Lee Murphy, Josh Thompson)
    3. Over Me (Phil O Donnell, Josh Thompson, Chris Wallin)
    4. Change (Phil O Donnell, Josh Thompson, Chris Wallin)
    5. Gotta Go to Heaven (Arlis Albritton, Cliff Cody, Josh Thompson)
    6. Livin’ Like Hank (Phil O Donnell, Rod Jantzen, Josh Thompson)
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Carrie Underwood to Celebrate Release of “Storyteller” NBC’s “Today”

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Superstar Carrie Underwood will celebrate the Friday, October 23, release of her new album, Storyteller, with a Citi Concert Series performance on NBC’s Today. 

Fans can look forward to a performance that includes Underwood’s co-written current smash single, “Smoke Break.”  On Monday, the song’s lyric video made its debut on and

Making the lyric video all the more fun, Underwood asked her fans to share images of what they like to do when they need a break.  In return, selected photos are highlighted throughout the video.

Produced by Jay Joyce, Mark Bright, and Zach Crowell, Underwood’s 13-song Storyteller album will be available at all music sellers on October 23 and also available in a Target-exclusive version with two additional tracks.  The album can be pre-ordered now on at

Carrie is at radio now with her record-breaking single “Smoke Break,” the first single released from her fifth studio album, Storyteller, out worldwide on October 23, 2015.

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