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Christal's Country News - Thursday, March 6th

by Christal Blue posted Mar 6 2014 9:27AM
The Reba McEntire Center for Rehabilitation in Denison, Texas has sustained extensive flooding after a pipe in the facility burst. Freezing temperatures in the area are believed to be the cause of the pipe breaking in the west end of the building that was part of the fire sprinkler system. The residential side of the building was not damaged in the incident and the source and extent of the damage is still being evaluated. The Reba McEntire Center for Rehabilitation is located at the Texoma Medical Center and provides comprehensive inpatient physical rehabilitation programs for people recovering from injury or illness. (Photo Credit: www.billboard.com)

After hitting store shelves last week, Dierks Bentley's new album, Riser, has earned the number one position on the Billboard Country Albums chart. With the release of Riser, Bentley has earned his fifth career debut in the top spot on the country charts. The new album is Dierks' seventh studio release and features his current Top 5 single "I Hold On." With a big album debut under his belt, Bentley will head across the pond for shows at Dublin and London's O2 arenas next week before launching his "2014 Riser Tour" on May 9 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Dierks will also hit the stage with pop rock band OneRepublic for an episode of CMT Crossroads. CMT Crossroads on March 21 at 10:00 PM ET on CMT.

Eric Church is slated to make his debut performance on the hit PBS series Austin City Limits. His performance will be taped on September 23rd and will be part of the program's 40th anniversary season. The show will be taped live before a concert audience at The Moody Theater in downtown Austin, Texas, and will air nationally on PBS on a date to be revealed later. Eric will join a long list of country artists who have performed on the hit show since its inception in 1976. Kacey Musgraves recently made an appearance on the show for its season finale in February.

The performers at this year's Watershed Music Festival have just been announced, and this year's festival boasts one of the most star-studded lineups yet. The event will be headlined by Tim McGrawLady Antebellum and Jake Owen, with additional performances by Billy CurringtonEli Young BandJoe Diffie, Randy Houser, Justin Moore, Kip Moore, Cassadee Pope, Eli Young Band, and many more. The three-day festival will take place on August 1st through the 3rd at the picturesque Gorge Amphitheatre in George, Washington.


 
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