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Brad Paisley Can’t Beat The Winter Weather
Brad Paisley Can’t Beat The Winter Weather

Brad Paisley‘s Beat This Winter tour could not beat the winter weather last night.  He had to postpone a show he had scheduled in New York.  He’s not the only one effected, Luke Bryan had to cancel a show in North Carolina and Darius Rucker was forced to cancel a show in Hershey, Pa.  David Nail was scheduled to open for Darius last night.  He tweeted that his bus had run off the road and into the median.  All is well, Darius’ buses helped them out.


Luke Bryan is scheduled to perform in Pennsylvania tonight but says his wife, Caroline will meet him there so they can celebrate Valentine’s Day.  Cole Swindell, who is opening for Luke, is single and says he may have to go to Twitter to find him a Valentine.

Cole Swindell will make his national television debut next week.  He will make an appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman, Tuesday night, the same debut his self-titled debut album is released.

Taylor Swift wlll take her Red Tour to southeast Asia in June. She make stops in Singapore, the Phillipines, Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia.

Rascal Flatt’s Jay DeMarcus has filmed an episode of Drop Dead Diva.  No date has been announced for the episode but the Lifetime series will begin it’s final season in March.

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