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Garth is being sued
Garth is being sued

After yesterday’s tragedy at the Boston Marathon many celebrities took to Twitter to offer concern and support for the victims and their families.  Lady Antebellum, Jake Owen, Brad Paisley, The Henningsens, Rascal Flatts, Jason Aldean and many others offered prayers for Boston.

Garth Brooks is being sued by a former business partner.  Lisa Sanderson, who worked with Garth for 20 years, is seeking nearly a half a million dollars in upaid salary and bonuses, claiming the superstar didn’t follow through on promises made when she began working with him.

Keith Urban is hosting his 4th All for the Hall event tonight in Nashville.  Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw and other stars will join Keith to raise money for the Country Music Hall of Fame.

The Band Perry will be performing their hit single, You Better Dig Two, tonight on the Dancing with the Stars results show.

Jason Aldean kicked off his Night Train tour Saturday night and his buddy Luke Bryan, who opened the show in Georgia, presented him with a 1976 cherry red Bronco.  Jason tweeted a picture.

 

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