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    Carrie Underwood Dominates In One Of The Hardest Late Night Games

    Who knew Carrie Underwood was this competitive? One of the newer fan-favorite games that Jimmy Fallon plays on The Tonight Show is called “Name That Song Challenge.” He has only played this game with a handful of people, one being Blake Shelton back in March 2018. How To Play “Name That Song Challenge” Fallon’s house band, […] More

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    Kane Brown And Lauren Alaina Heat Things Up With Steamy ‘What Ifs’ Performance

    Is it hot in here or is it just Kane Brown and Lauren Alaina? While both artists are in relationships with other people, one would never know by watching their performance at the ACM Awards. Brown and Alaina have a long history as they were 13 and 12, respectively, when they first met at Lakeview […] More

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    Iconic ‘8 Seconds’ Wedding Dance-Off Will Make You Want To Boogie

    Nearly 30 years ago, bull rider Lane Frost died after a ride at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo. While riding a bull named “Takin’ Care of Business,” Frost dismounts after his 8-second ride, but the bull comes after him, goring him in the side. Frost suffered some broken ribs and a severed main artery. As a result of […] More

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    Route 91 Tragedy Moved Carrie Underwood To Sing This New Song

    Carrie Underwood‘s powerful new album, Cry Pretty is full of inspiration and love – but this one song, in particular, will shake you to your core. There is no getting around the fact that “The Bullet” is a tearjerker. For anyone who has lost someone to violence – it will stir up feelings we often try […] More

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    The Moving History Of ‘Taps’ As Told By John Wayne Will Give Y’all Chills

    Grab a tissue before you listen to this one. Country western icon, John Wayne, who is known for his fierce American pride tells the emotional history of “Taps,” a song that is played at every soldier’s funeral. “Taps” is also played at dusk every evening and during flag ceremonies and is a variation of an earlier […] More

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    Roger Miller’s Famous ‘Robin Hood’ Song Earns Delightful Remake From Eric Church

    In 1973, Walt Disney Productions reimagined the legendary tale of Robin Hood into an animated film. With all of the main players being portrayed as animals, the film offered a distinctly “Disney” take on the centuries-old tale. Sticking true to typical Disney style, the film had a musical element to it. The soundtrack featured seven […] More

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    Cop’s Jaw-Dropping National Anthem Is Pure Gold

    Mike Morgan of South Dakota’s Codington County Sheriff’s Office is a police officer – but that’s not all he does. In a recently released video, Morgan stuns coworkers and people around the USA with an off-duty performance of the national anthem. The video opens with Morgan standing in a courthouse hallway. He is noticeably excited […] More

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    Shirtless Luke Bryan Comically Censored By Fellow Country Star

    Known as one of the biggest hunks in country music right now, shirtless photos of Luke Bryan are treasured like fine jewelry. Many a country girl has gone a little bit wild after catching a glimpse of the “Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset” singer without a shirt. But one of Bryan’s tour openers wasn’t about to give […] More

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    Brother’s Traumatic Death Still Haunts Blake Shelton

    In 1990, Blake Shelton lost one of the most influential people in his life – now, he continues to remember the man who he once looked up to. When Shelton was only 14, his older brother, Richie, tragically passed in a car accident. The unexpected death is something Shelton still remembers and doesn’t believe he […] More

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    Carrie Underwood Shows Off Dance Moves In Flirty Video For “The Fighter” With Keith Urban

    Just before their performance at the GRAMMY Awards in 2017, Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood debuted the music video for their brand new single, “The Fighter.” The video opens with Urban playing the opening riff on his electric guitar interlaced with footage of a young girl on the bus putting in headphones. After the girl […] More

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    Jeff Foxworthy’s Hysterical Card Game Leaves Jimmy Fallon Doubled Over With Laughter

    On his own, Jimmy Fallon is known as one of the most hilarious hosts on all of late night television. But when you merge his talents with someone like Jeff Foxworthy, the result is comedic gold. For those of you who don’t know, Foxworthy is the voice behind all of those famous “You might be […] More

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    Aaron Tippin Makes Us Proud To Live ‘Where The Stars And Stripes And The Eagle Fly’

    Aaron Tippin has always been a proud American patriot. His 1990 debut single “You’ve Got To Stand For Something” became a popular anthem for soldiers fighting in the Gulf War. The song’s message of standing up for your personal beliefs really resonated with those in the war, and even peaked at No. 6 on the […] More

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