Monday, January 9, 2017

Country Star David Nail to Play Peoria


Country star David Nail is heading to Peoria with special guests Brooke Eden and Charlie Walker on Friday, April 7th at the SMG managed Peoria Civic Center Arena. The concert begins at 6:10pm.

Tickets are $28 and $11 and go on sale Friday, January 13th at 10am. Tickets will be available at the Toyota Box Office at the Peoria Civic Center, Ticketmaster.com, all Ticketmaster locations, or by phone at 1 (800) 745-3000.

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MIRANDA LAMBERT: Chicago Benefit Before Tour


A couple of days before Miranda Lambert begins her Highway Vagabond Tour on January 26th in Evansville, Indiana, she'll do a warm-up show at Joe's Bar in Chicago!

That date on January 24th will benefit Miranda's Women Creators Scholarship, which is awarded to a female student studying the music business at Nashville's Belmont University. 

Tickets are $50, but seats are strictly limited. A request form at Joe's website must be filled out. Reservations are being taken until Wednesday.

Friday, January 6, 2017

CornBelters Welcome Toby Keith


The Normal CornBelters, presented by the Illinois Corn Farmers, are excited to announce superstar Toby Keith to the Corn Crib on June 29, 2017!

Tickets go on sale January 13th at 9 am to the general public. Purchase your tickets now at www.normalbaseball.com, by calling (309)-454-2255 or by stopping by our Mid-Illini Credit Union Box Office during business hours located at The Corn Crib to reserve your seats!

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Monday, December 26, 2016

KELSEA BALLERINI: Engaged!


Kelsea Ballerini is engaged. On Christmas Day, she announced, "This morning, 9 months and 13 days later, he got down on one knee in the kitchen while I was burning pancakes and asked me to marry him. Loving him has been the greatest gift of my life. And now I get to do it for life. #HECALLEDDIBS."

She's been dating Australian country singer Morgan Evans since they hosted an Aussie awards show together in March. 


Wednesday, December 21, 2016

SHANIA TWAIN: New Album Coming in the Spring


Shania Twain will release her fifth album -- and first in 14 years -- this spring.

She'd been experimenting with songs and ideas on her electronic devices over the years, so when she went into the studio, she hit the ground running. Shania tells People, “I’m a very focused person in the studio. It’s not like it’s not fun, but the joy comes in watching the whole thing grow and getting locked into that creative mode -- that’s so indulgent for me.”

The new album will feature both melancholy and triumphant girl-power songs. No word yet on a title or release date.

Monday, December 12, 2016

OLD DOMINION: Scores Second Number-One Hit


Old Dominion have racked up their second number-one hit with "Song for Another Time."  Congrats boys!

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

MIRANDA, MAREN, LBT: Have Top Songs of 2016


Three country songs have made it onto Rolling Stone's all-genre list of the 50 Best Songs of 2016.

Maren Morris checks in at number-38 with "80's Mercedes," Miranda Lambert's "Vice" is at number-31, and Little Big Town's latest, "Better Man," checks in at number-23. 

FGL, SAM, SARA: Holiday Sweaters for a Cause


Looking for the perfect Christmas present for your favorite country music fan?

Florida Georgia LineSam Hunt and Sara Evans have created holiday-themed sweaters for a good cause. All money raised goes to Musicians On Call -- an organization that brings music to hospital beds of children, adults and veterans.

The sweaters go for $35. 

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Help Those Affected By Wild Fires In East Tennessee


  • The Red Cross is not looking for untrained volunteers, but is accepting monetary donations. You can make a $10 donation by texting "REDCROSS" to 90999.

Monday, November 28, 2016

JASON ALDEAN: Can't Believe He's Living the American Dream


Jason Aldean went from driving a Pepsi truck to being one of hottest stars in country music. Yet he still holds tight to his blue-collar work ethic.

He tells Rolling Stone, "I didn't get into this business to have this or make a ton of money. I honestly wanted to get up and go to a job and do something every day that I enjoyed. I enjoyed playing music and never in a million years thought it would turn into all this."

But Jason says there's no substitute for hard work when it comes to achieving the American Dream.