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Christal's Country News - Friday, April 18th

by Christal Blue posted Apr 18 2014 9:04AM
Glen Campbell recently entered a heath care facility after three years of battling Alzhemier's disease. The "Rhinestone Cowboy" singer revealed that he had Alzhemier's disease in 2011 and announced that he would hit the road on his "Goodbye Tour." The tour was filmed and is the subject of a documentary called Glen Campbell … I'll Be Me, which will premiere today at the 2014 Nashville Film Festival. (Photo Credit: blogs.indiewire.com )

Jason Aldean was in Nashville on Wednesday to celebrate the success of his single "When She Says Baby" at a number one party held at The Pour House near The Gulch. The song hit the top of the country chart in March and is Jason's 13th career number one single. Aldean was joined at the event by the song's writers Rhett Akins and Ben Hayslip, which made the celebration even more significant for him. Jason stood at the podium and said, "Having a number one is a huge deal, and getting to be able to share it with guys you consider your friends, that makes it even more special." "When She Says Baby" is the fifth single from Aldean's platinum-certified album Night Train.

Martina McBride's new album, Everlasting, has debuted atop Billboard's Top Country Albums chart this week, marking the singer's fifth number one on the chart. The big debut also makes McBride the first solo female artist to debut at number one the Top Country Albums chart with an independently released and distributed album in the chart's 50-year history. Everlasting also debuted at number 7 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart, marking Martina's sixth Top 10 debut and her highest since 2007. The album is McBride's first independent project on her new label Vinyl Recordings and features covers of iconic R&B and soul songs.

In recognition of National Record Store Day, Eric Church is set to release a double gatefold vinyl version of his album The Outsiders on Saturday, April 19. The vinyl package features two bonus tracks and will also include an exclusive album poster. This is Eric's second vinyl project in honor of National Record Store Day, which is observed around the world to celebrate the culture of the independently owned record store. Last year, Church released a vinyl version of his live album, Caught in the Act: Live, on Record Store Day. The Outsiders album was originally released in February and debuted at number one.

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