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You Could See Yourself on the CMA Music Fest Special
You Could See Yourself on the CMA Music Fest Special

CMA Music Festival: Country’s Night to Rock will air Monday night on ABC.  For the first time ever, Instagram photos are going to be incorporated into the show.  Artists and fans will have a chance to share photos from their Music Festival experience by using #CMAFest during the show.  Little Big Town will host the special.

Brad Paisley took his opening acts, Lee Brice and The Henningsens, go-karting recently. (Apparently he learned nothing from Jake Owen‘s recent accident) There was a minor accident.  Clara Henningsen, t-boned Lee Brice.  They were both wearing helmets but she hit Lee so hard his helmet flew off.  Nobody suffered major injuries but Clara said she was sore for about three days.  According to The Henningsens, video evidence does exist but they aren’t sharing it at this time.

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are heading back to Vegas.  The couple has announced they will return to perform at the Venetian, 10 select weekends between October and April.  Faith says they love to perform together but with two careers and three teenage daughters it’s not always easy to find the time.

 

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