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Brad Paisley’s Second Job Starts Sunday
Brad Paisley’s Second Job Starts Sunday

Brad Paisley starts his new job on the ABC reality competition, Rising Star, Sunday.  Brad says he’ll be looking for creative ways to tell contestants their performances just were good enough. He’ll join judges Ludacris and Kesha and host Josh Groban on the new show that airs Sunday night at 8pm.

Blake Shelton has started filming season 7 of The Voice.  He says he’s really going to miss working with fellow coaches,  Usher and Shakira.  They will be replaced with Gwen Stefani and Pharell Williams for the next season and he has had a chance to get to know them yet.

Dierks Bentley has recorded the theme song for the new History Channel series, Biker Battleground: Phoenix.  The series will follow a group of highly competitive motorcycle builders in Phoenix and it will premiere July 1st.

Luke Bryan will play his first stadium show on his That’s My Kind of Night tour tonight at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh.  Lee Brice, Dierks Bentley and Lee Brice will open the show.  Luke has two more stadium shows scheduled, Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia in July and Soldier Field in Chicago August 31.

 

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