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Christal's Country News - Monday, July 28th

by Christal Blue posted Jul 28 2014 9:28AM
Tickets to see Garth Brooks on his first comeback tour date in Chicago in September were in such high demand, Brooks had one show planned but now nine more shows have been added. Garth has shattered his previous ticket sales for Chicago. It will be the first time Brooks has played Chicago in 17 years. On October 21-26 and December 18-19, 1997, he set a personal record in Chicago when he sold 141,717 paid admissions. "The Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood" will begin September 4 at 7:30pm. Subsequent dates in Chicago are September 5th,6th, 11th, 12th, 13th, and 14th – with some dates hosting an early and a late show at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois. (Photo Credit:  www.theboot.com )

Brad Paisley and his wife Kimberly Williams-Paisley have been together for more than a decade with two boys and according to Brad, their happy marriage will stand the test of time. When asked about the secret to a long marriage, Brad says "I don’t know if there’s a secret. I think you have to have the same sort of priorities and outlook. You’re sharing a car. You’ve got to want to be going to the same place. You have to decide early on that failure’s not an option and that you’re going to evolve together. You’re going to change. We’ve been together now for a decade. You’re going to change. I’m so different than the total hillbilly she met."

It was bound to happen, the fan that Tim McGraw slapped at the Atlanta concert a few weeks ago is now considering legal action and wants a personal apology from McGraw. The female fan's lawyer, Eric Hertz, told TMZ that the she feels "humiliated" after the incident and wants an apology from the country star. Her lawyer adds that she was not trying to harm McGraw when she touched his leg during the show, which took place at Aaron's Amphitheatre at Lakewood. He adds that the show had an "interactive environment" that she was responding to.

Several people at a Keith Urban show in Mansfield, Massachusetts fell ill and emergency workers were called to the scene where officials said alcohol consumption was the likely cause. Ambulances arrived from six cities to help at the Saturday night concert at the Xfinity Center, just outside of Boston. At about 9 PM, Mansfield fire officials declared a mass casualty incident at the concert venue, which typically indicates a large number of people with potential illnesses or injuries. It’s being reported that officials requested help for a 16-year-old boy with an unspecified injury who was unresponsive.

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