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George Strait Announces Final Leg of Tour
George Strait Announces Final Leg of Tour

If you want to see George Strait live, your time is almost up!  George held a press conference today to announce the final leg of his Cowboy Rides Away tour.  It will begin in January and will stop in 26 cities.  There will be a different opening act each week.  Some of the artists that will join George include, Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert, Eric Church, Merle Haggard, Little Big Town, Chris Young, Martina McBride and more.  George will stop in Chicago on March 8, he’ll be in Nashville on March 21 and the tour will wrap up at AT&T Stadium in Dallas on a date to be announced later.

There are reports that Taylor Swift will team up with Jennifer Lopez to record a duet for JLo’s new album.  It won’t be the first time the two have performed together.  Lopez joined Taylor on stage at the Staples Center back in August to perform Jenny From the Block, one of Taylor’s favorite songs.

Keith Urban performed at 3 legendary Nashville honky tonks Friday night to play songs from his new album.  He surprised the 3,00 fans at Tootsies, when Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler joined him on stage.  Keith will release his new album, Fuse, tomorrow.  To help promote the album, Keith will perform on the Today Show, tomorrow morning.  Don’t forget to set your DVR before you head to work!

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