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Brad Paisley & Kenny Chesney will honor George Jones
Brad Paisley & Kenny Chesney will honor George Jones

Happy Birthday Tim McGraw (46)!

Tim McGraw is being sued, again, by his former record label.  Curb Records has filed a new complaint against Tim for copyright infringement.  The complaint was filed yesterday and claims that Tim was still under contract with Curb when he recorded his latest album, Two Lanes of Freedom, meaning the songs actually belong to them.  Tim will kick off his Two Lanes of Freedom tour tomorrow night with Brantley Gilbert and Love and Theft.

The Henningsens will hit the road with Brad Paisley next Friday but before that happens, Clara is getting married and she’s very excited about everything that’s happening in the next couple of weeks.  Brian Henningsen says he’s more nervous about his daughters wedding than the tour.

Alan Jackson, Brad Paisley and Kenny Chesney will all pay tribute to George Jones at his funeral service tomorrow at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville.  CMT and GAC have announced that the will televise the service beginning at 10am.

Kristin Bell will be hosting the CMT Music Awards June 5th in Nashville.  She will have a co-host but she’s not saying who that is.

 

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