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Out Of Order 8 At 8: Blake Shelton Number 1 Again Tonight!

Blake Shelton is again most requested tonight on US99.5! Add the song you want in the comments below to get your favorite song on the US99.5 Out of Order 8 at 8 tomorrow! 39 more words

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This is terrifyingly (and hilariously) accurate!

Following is a mindblowing video showing how six recent bro-country hits ALL SOUND EXACTLY THE SAME.

In addition, the lyrics almost always involve a scantily dressed country girl (always named “Girl” and always dressed in cutoff jeans, daisy dukes, or tight ripped jeans), beer, a river or body of water, moonlight, a pickup truck with the tailgate down, more beer, said girl dancing on the tailgate, a horny guy, and enough beer to refill the aforementioned body of water should it dry up. 212 more words

Music Of The 2010s

Florida Georgia Line: "Lost a lot of respect for a great songwriter (Charlie Robison) today"

Florida Georgia Line Respond to Charlie Robison’s Sony Exec/Country Radio Blast

Respected songwriter Charlie Robison may not have been looking to start a feud with country duo Florida Georgia Line, but his comments about country radio and a statement made by a top label executive were sure to draw a response. 400 more words

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Out Of Order 8 At 8: Blake Shelton Back To Number 1 Tonight!

Blake Shelton is most requested again tonight on US99.5! Add the song you want in the comments below to get your favorite song on the US99.5 Out of Order 8 at 8 tomorrow! 39 more words

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Country 2 Country, Stockholm

What a weekend! Never thought I would get to se all those bands in Sweden, it was amazing. A big thanks to all that made it possible and I’ll hope it will happen again someday. 38 more words

Music

Win Tickets To See Luke Bryan & Florida Georgia Line At Levis Stadium

Luke Bryan’s Kick The Dust Up Tour with special guests Florida Georgia Line is coming to Levi’s Stadium on August 29, 2015!

Tickets go onsale Friday March 6th at 10am! 21 more words

Features

Week ending 2/28/15: #1 singles this week in country music history

1955 (Sales): In The Jailhouse Now — Webb Pierce (Decca)

1955 (Jukebox): More and More — Webb Pierce (Decca)

1955 (Disc Jockeys): … 64 more words

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