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Lee Brice is off the market
Lee Brice is off the market

Lee Brice is officially off the market.  He and longtime love, Sara, over the weekend in Branson.  His friend Jon Stone tweeted a picture from the big day.

 

Faith Hill, Vince Gill, Kix Brooks and other country artists will record songs written by patients at the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’t Hospital at Vanderbilt.  The songs will be put on an album titled, Everybody Has a Story, that will be available May 14.  Proceeds will benefit the Julian T. Fouce Music Therapy Fund at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.

In the last 10 years, Toby Keith has played more than 200 USO shows and he’s getting ready to head out again.  He is getting ready to perform shows at military bases in the Phillipines, Guam and Hawaii.  After that, Toby will have one month to rest up for his Hammer Down tour with Kip Moore.

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