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Christal's Country News - Friday, MArch 14th

by Christal Blue posted Mar 14 2014 9:09AM

Ray Price's final recordings are set to be released this spring. The album is titled Beauty Is… and it will be released on April 15 to online retailers, as well as Walmart and Cracker Barrel. The 12-track album will feature Ray's signature string and shuffle sound and will include duets with Vince Gill and Martina McBride. Price passed away in December of last year following a longtime battle with pancreatic cancer.

Getting ink done is nothing new for Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard, but his newest tattoo holds a very special meaning to him. Tyler recently got some ink on his right forearm that pays homage to his late father, and he actually enlisted celebrity tattoo artist Kat Von D of the hit TLC reality show L.A. Ink to tattoo the portrait of his dad. After the tattoo honoring his father was complete, Hubbard hopped on Instagram to thank Kat for the fresh ink and share a picture of them together. Tyler said in the caption for the photo, "Thanks @thekatvond for an awesome day and an amazing tat that makes me remember the best man I've ever known. #freshink #portrait." (Photo credit: http://instagram.com/thubbmusic)

Tim McGraw revealed his brand new music video for his current single "Lookin' For That Girl" last night on Extra. The video features a sleek James Bond vibe for the lead single from McGraw's forthcoming album. The release of "Lookin' For That Girl" comes on the heels of three consecutive one hits for McGraw, including his latest chart-topper "Southern Girl." Up next, Tim will take the stage at the 2014 NCAA March Madness Music Festival in Dallas, Texas on April 5 before heading to Las Vegas for the 49th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards the next day. Tim leads the pack this year with 7 nominations at the annual award show, including Album of the Year for his Two Lanes Of Freedom project. Then this summer, McGraw will kick off his headlining "Sundown Heaven Town 2014 Tour."

Tickets for the Watershed Music Festival went on sale yesterday morning and completely sold out within only 10 minutes of going on sale. More than 25,000 three day passes were sold for the third annual music and camping festival, which will take place in George, Washington on August 1st-3rd. The festival will be set against the backdrop of the picturesque Gorge Amphitheatre, which boasts sweeping views of the scenic Columbia River Gorge. This year's festival will be headlined by Tim McGraw, Lady Antebellum, and Jake Owen, with performances by Billy Currington, Eli Young Band, Joe Diffie, Randy Houser, Justin Moore, Kip Moore, Cassadee Pope, Chase Rice and Dallas Smith.

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September 14, 2014...........Looking for a singer/actor........

1.  Before this multiple Grammy Award-winner became a singer/actor, he was a radio dee jay.

2.  He is still another example of a pretentious singer who goes by only one name.

3.  We have to assume he is not a big fan of Fox News..............Bill O'Reilly in particular.

Answer:  Ludacris

In August, 2002, political pundit Bill O'Reilly called for all Americans to boycott Pepsi products.  Ludacris was a spokesperson for Pepsi.  O'Reilly said Ludacris' lyrics glamorized a "life of guns, violence, drugs and disrespect of women".  The next day, O'Reilly reported that Pepsi had fired Ludacris.
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