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Miranda and Florida Georgia Line take home multiple CMT Awards
Miranda and Florida Georgia Line take home multiple CMT Awards

Miranda Lambert and Florida Georgia Line each won multiple awards last night at the CMT Music Awards.  Carrie Underwood’s Good Girl,  took home the biggest award of the night for Video of the Year.  Carrie dedicated her performance of See You Again to her home state of Oklahoma.  She was joined on stage by a Nashville church choir and received a rather lengthy standing ovation after her performance.

Justin Moore loves to cook in his free time and encourages his fans to bring their favorite recipes to his shows so he can try them.  You can share your favorites with Justin at the Champaign County Fair July 25th.

Children’s author, Sandra Boynton, has put together a new album that features country artists, Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker, Josh Turner and more.  Frog Trouble comes with an illustrated songbook and will be available September 3.

Rodney Atkins is reportedly engaged.  Country newcomer, Rose Flacon, posted a picture of herself with Randy and a beautiful diamond ring on her Facebook page.

 

 

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