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Florida Georgia Line Releases New Single and Video
Florida Georgia Line Releases New Single and Video

Florida Georgia Line is kicking off their Dirt Campaign today.  Their goal is to raise $100,000 for Habitat for Humanity.  The duo also released their single of the same name today and they will perform it tonight on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and tomorrow on Live! with Kelly and Michael.

Taylor Swift wrote an article for the Wall Street Journal about the current state of the music industry.  You can read what she has to say here.

Jimmy Wayne is releasing an autobiography titled, Walk To Beautiful.  The book will tell the story of his childhood spent in foster homes and his country music career.  It will be available on October 7th.

Carrie Underwood is getting closer to heading into the studio to begin working on her next album.  She says her fans will see a “new version” of Carrie.  She’s not doing anything crazy but the album will definitely have a different sound.

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