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Luke Bryan On The Beach? Yes Please!
Luke Bryan On The Beach? Yes Please!

Luke Bryan has announced  a four day concert event that he is calling Crash My Playa.  It will include four nights of beachfront concerts from Luke, Florida Georgia Line, Cole Swindell with special guests, Dustin Lynch and Eric Paslay.  The all inclusive experience is happening January 23-27th. Get more details here.  Luke Bryan, palm trees, the beach and fruity drinks…sounds perfect!!

Alan Jackson will perform at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum on October 8 and October 22 as their 2014 Artist in Residence.  The shows will coincide with the new exhibit, Alan Jackson: 25 Years of Keeping It Country that will be open from August 29 until March of 2015.

Taylor Swift will be visiting Jimmy Fallon tonight.  She’ll be there to promote her new movie, The Giver, and will take on an alter-ego, named Natalie, for a skit Jimmy does called “Ew”.  The Tongiht Show airs at 10:35 on NBC.


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