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The end of a Sunday Night Football era
The end of a Sunday Night Football era

Faith Hill tweeted this morning that after 6 years,  she will no longer perform the Sunday Night Football theme.  Faith says it was a difficult decision to make but it’s time to turn it over to someone else.

When Jason Aldean found out he was going to be performing at the University of Georgia’s Sanford Stadium, his first phone call was to his good friend, Luke Bryan.  More than 60,000 fans packed the stadium to see the Georgia natives perform the first ever concert at the venue.  Jake Owen and Thomas Rhett opened the show as well.

The battle rounds begin tonight on The Voice.  Sheryl Crow will join team Blake as mentor and Lady Antebellum‘s, Hillary Scott, will join team Adam.  The Voice airs at 7:00 on NBC.

Toby Keith and Aerosmith will headline Harley Davidson’s 110th anniversary celebration in Milwaukee over Labor Day weekend.  Toby will perform on Thursday, August 29th.

Jake Owen will give fans a look inside his home and talk about his family, including daughter, Olive Pearl, in the new issue of Country Weekly.  The new issue is on newsstands now.

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