Lee Brice’s single “I Drive Your Truck” is now certified Gold. The song was inspired by an NPR interview with the father of a U.S. soldier who was killed in Afghanistan. In May, Lee performed the song at the National Peace Officers Memorial in Washington DC, attended by President Obama.
“I Drive Your Truck” also reached number 1 on the country charts, the 3rd single from Lee’s album ‘Hard 2 Love’ to do so. ‘Hard 2 Love’ has been on the Billboard Top 200 for 50 weeks and Lee is on Brad Paisley’s Beat This Summer tour through August: http://leebrice.com/tour
Rodney set to entertain at Jekyll Island, Ga., Aug. 16-18.
Rodney Atkins is stepping up for United States military personnel as he headlines a cool weekend of fun and music, Rodney Atkins' America's Heroes Celebration Weekend, Aug. 16–18, in Jekyll Island, Ga. The three-day event is being held at the Jekyll Island Convention Center.
Rachel Holder hits the top of the Renegade Radio/Nashville.com Chart with with ”Five Days” (Curb Records). Kacey Musgraves holds at number two with “Blowin’ Smoke” (Mercury Nashville) and Brett Eldredge comes in at number three with “Don’t Ya” (Atlantic/WMN).
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Branson's Starlite Theatre has announced the addition of Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers to their lineup of stars for Fall 2013. The brothers will perform on select dates from September through December.