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Shania Twain Debuts New Music at Her First Stagecoach

In her first ever Stagecoach, Shania Twain debuted new music and surprised the audience with guest performers Kelsea Ballerini and Nick Jonas.

“This is the party of the year for me,” Shania confessed. 460 more words


Michael Farn hails family fortunes after MK Lightning strike twice

They say that all’s well that ends well, writes Jon Boyle.

And after Milton Keynes Lightning shocked their rivals in the last three games of the season to win both the English Premier Ice Hockey League Cup and the play-offs, it’s no surprise that defenceman Michael Farn was smiling when Celebrate:MK caught up with him. 540 more words


Shania Twain Brings Out Nick Jonas at Stagecoach

By Jackson Dodd

Shania Twain keeps the surprises coming at Stagecoach.

Just after bringing country crooner Kelsea Ballerini on stage to perform “Any Man of Mine,” Twain had another surprise in store for fans. 70 more words


Kyoto 'Must See' - Kodaiji Night Illuminations

Kodaiji is one of Kyoto’s best temples, established in 1606 by Kita-no-Mandokoro in memory of her late husband, the feudal lord Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Kita-no-Mandokoro’s nickname was ‘Nene’, and the cobblestone street lined with traditional shops and restaurants that runs just below the temple bears her name ‘Nene-no-michi’ (Nene’s street). 297 more words


Shania Twain Brings Out Kelsea Ballerini at Stagecoach

By Jackson Dodd

Shania Twain is full of surprises.

During her set on day two of Stagecoach Country Music Festival, Twain invited Kelsea Ballerini to join her on stage. 65 more words


Brett Eldredge Brings Soul Back to Stagecoach [Setlist]

With the amps turned up noticeably louder, Brett Eldredge brought his country soul (and sparkling blue eyes) to Stagecoach 2017.

“Get ready to get sexy!” Eldredge warned early on in his set, which included hit songs like “Wanna Be That Song,” “Don’t Ya,” “Drunk On Your Love,” and “Lose My Mind,” a marked difference from the last time he played Stagecoach in 2012, when he “didn’t have any songs that anybody knew.” 186 more words


Carter Alan's Rock N' Roll Diary: April 30 in Classic Rock History

In 1977, Steve Miller released “Jet Airliner” as a single. It would become a massive hit. Miller didn’t write it though; who did? 214 more words