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Chris Stapleton, ‘What Are You Listening To?’ – ToC Critic’s Pick [Listen]

Chris Stapleton's debut single as a solo artist isn't timeless, but it's from a time that's poised to make a resurgence in the next few years. 'What Are You Listening To?' is what you'd get if Marvin Gaye came back to life and moved to Nashville. The singer's pedigree keeps it country, however.

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Blake Shelton Leads ‘The Voice’ Coaches in Rendition of Beatles Classic

Blake Shelton and his bromantic partner Adam Levine strapped on guitars and performed the Beatles' classic 'With a Little Help From My Friends' with a little help from their friends, er, co-coaches. The show's four mentors hit the stage together on Monday's (June 17) episode of 'The Voice.'

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Trace Adkins (Feat. Colbie Caillat), ‘Watch the World End’ – Song Review

There's an intentional darkness that lingers over Trace Adkins' new single 'Watch the World End,' a duet with pop singer Colbie Caillat. It's an effective love song that also succeeds in painting a vivid picture of the apocalypse.

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June 19th in Country Music History

1960: Loretta Lynn made her debut on the country charts with her first single release, "Honky Tonk Girl," on the Zero label.

1976: Country Music Hall of Fame member Eddy Arnold entered the charts with "Cowboy," his 100th country hit.  He was the first artist to accumulate a three-digit figure of hits on that chart.

1982: George Strait's first number one single, "Fool Hearted Memory," was released. George recently scored his 60th chart-topper.

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Taylor Swift Wins Her First MuchMusic Video Award

Taylor Swift is a worldwide sensation, and she proved that once again on Sunday night (June 16) at the MuchMusic Video Awards, when she won the award for Your Fave International Artist or Group.

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June 18th in Country Music History

Here are some events In Country Music History that happened on June 18th...

1915: A.P. Carter married Sara Dougherty in Virginia, starting the legendary Country music family that produced June Carter and Carlene Carter.

1973: Loretta Lynn appeared on the cover of "Newsweek" magazine.

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Gary Allan: “Pieces” Music Video

"Pieces" is Gary Allan's follow-up single to his #1 Country hit, "Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)." Both songs are featured on his latest album, "Set You Free." Gary and his band set up in a wind tunnel for the backdrop of his latest music video for "Pieces,"

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Jay Leno Parodies Taylor Swift’s ’22′ With ’63′ Video

Lately, it seems like all the cool kids have something to say about Taylor Swift's '22' music video. Most recently, Jay Leno took a stab at using the '22' video to mock his own climbing age with a '63' parody.

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Flag City Opry Tuesday Night in Edna

Hey! If you're around Edna Tuesday evenin' and lookin' for some good music and family entertainment, then check out the 'Flag City Opry'!

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June 17th In Country Music History

Here's a look at a few events in Country music history that occurred on June 14...

1963: the "Patsy Cline Story" album by Patsy Cline was released.

1988: Garth Brooks signed with Capitol Records.

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Toby Keith Oklahoma Benefit Set For Next Month

Toby Keith will be hosting his fundraiser for his hometown next month, and he's invited a few friends to help him out.  Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, and Ronnie Dunn will be joining Toby for his Oklahoma Twister Relief Concert, and more artists are expected to get on board.  The event is set for the Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium at the University of Oklahoma in Norman.  Tickets are priced at 25 dollars, and go on sale on June 21st.

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June 14th In Country Music History

Here are some of the events that happened on this day in Country music history:

1961: Patsy Cline suffered serious head injuries and a fractured hip in a car accident in Madison, Tennessee.

1977: the "Ol' Waylon" album by Waylon Jennings was certified Gold.

1980: Alabama's first hit, "My Home's In Alabama," made its chart debut.

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