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Shelton was inducted Saturday night in front of a sold-out audience that included family, friends and fans. Fellow country star and "Hillbilly Bone" duet partner Trace Adkins took on the task of officially welcoming Shelton to the Opry. In so doing, Adkins presented Shelton with the Opry Member Award. Shelton also performed some of his hits at the Opry Saturday night. His set included "She Wouldn't Be Gone," which was the song fans voted to hear through an Opry Twitter campaign, and his most recent chart-topper "It's All About Tonight." "Home" was the first song Shelton performed as an Opry member.
Blake Shelton made his Grand Ole Opry debut in May 2001. Nine years later, on September 28th, 2010, he was invited to become the venue's newest member. The invitation came on the same night that the country music community came together to celebrate the reopening of the Opry House five months after flood damaged the home of the legendary music showcase. The Grand Ole Opry is celebrating 85 years of existence this year.
Monday, October 25, 2010
Toby Keith will be mixing it up with the WWE. The singer is set to be the guest host on tonight's "Monday Night Raw," airing on the USA Network. The wrestling stint is part of Keith's promotion for his new album, "Bullets in the Gun," which arrived in stores earlier this month. The CD, featuring the hit singles "Trailerhood" and "Bullets in the Gun," debuted at number one on both the Country Albums chart and the all-genre Billboard 200. Keith has also been supporting his album on the road. He has two more dates scheduled this year. The country star will be in West Point, New York on November 11th and in Atlantic City, New Jersey on November 12th.
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Taylor Swift is once again being recognized by the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. The country-pop singer-songwriter received the Songwriter/Artist of the Year title at the 40th Anniversary Hall of Fame Dinner & Induction Ceremony, which took place in Nashville Sunday night.
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Tuesday, October 19, 2010
TMZ Reports: Tom Bosley who famously played Mr. Cunningham on "Happy Days" -- died this morning at a hospital in Rancho Mirage, CA.
A rep for the Bosleys tells TMZ Tom "died of natural causes or specifically, from a brief battle with lung cancer."
He was 83 years old
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Brad Paisley can now add author to his lengthy list of career achievements. He's penning his first book -- "The Diary of a Player" -- which is scheduled for release in the spring. The book honors the country, blues, and rock and roll guitar greats who influenced Paisley and tells Brad's story on how he became the person he is today. The liner notes Brad wrote for his instrumental album "Play" sum up the essence of "The Diary of a Player." He wrote for the 2008 CD, quote, "When I was eight I got a gift from my grandpa. No coincidence that around that time I also got an identity. See, no matter how I have changed, learned and evolved as a person, the guitar has been a major part of it, and really the only constant."
Paisley is teaming with David Wild on the project. Wild is a contributing editor to "Rolling Stone" as well as an Emmy nominated TV writer and producer. "The Diary of a Player" will be published in May by Howard Books, an imprint of Simon and Schuster.
Monday, October 18, 2010
Country superstar Toby Keith will play a Veteran's Day show at Eisenhower Hall in West Point.
Keith's new album, "Bullets in the Gun," is out today and features a deluxe edition with live songs from his performance at the Fillmore in New York City.
The special performance, part of Keith's "American Ride" tour, is at 8 p.m. Nov. 11.