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Photoset: Larry Cordle, Montgomery Gentry, the Backstreet Boys and more (KY Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, Lexington KY)

The Kentucky Music Hall of Fame held a star-studded induction ceremony Friday night in Lexington, Kentucky. The legends honored in 2015 were (in photo above, from left to right) Larry Cordle, Clarence Spalding, Brian Litrell, Kevin Richardson, Eddie Montgomery, Troy Gentry, and Pete Stamper. 763 more words

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Trending Today: Justin Moore At Your House, Scotty McCreery Calls Drew, Lee Brice & More Added to ACMs Weekend

** Justin Moore is trending today as he’s launched his Gold Record Challenge contest, asking you to help him get his album Off The Beaten Path… 159 more words

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Lee Brice, Kelsea Ballerini to Play ACM Charity Motorcycle Ride & Concert

By Annie Reuter

What’s better than a motorcycle ride with your favorite country artists? A concert right after the ride.

Kelsea Ballerini, Lee Brice… 149 more words

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Trending Today: Kristian Bush Live Country Re Cap, Joe's Bar Wins ACM Awards, & Montgomery Gentry New Album

** Kristian Bush is trending today after having an amazing invite-only show for us last night at Joe’s Bar … his new solo album “Southern Gravity” is available everywhere now. 109 more words

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Hall of Fame videos

The Kentucky Music Hall of Fame Class of 2015 is Montgomery Gentry, Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson of the Backstreet Boys, Doc Hopkins, Pete Stamper, Larry Cordle, The Moonglows, and Clarence Spalding. 221 more words

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Montgomery Gentry Announce New Album 'Folks Like Us'

It has been three years since we’ve heard new music from Montgomery Gentry, and that’s all about to change this June.

On June 9, the country duo will release their new album  171 more words

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Montgomery Gentry Announce New Album 'Folks Like Us'

It has been three years since we’ve heard new music from Montgomery Gentry, and that’s all about to change this June.

On June 9, the country duo will release their new album  171 more words

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