Friday, October 7, 2011

Country Music News Round-Up- Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Mallary Hope & More

  • The salvos that Hank Williams, Jr. and ABC/ESPN have been firing back and forth all week long over Williams interview comment comparing President Obama to Hitler finally came to a conclusion yesterday. There will be no more partnership after two decades of utilizing Williams’ song as the theme song for Monday Night Football.
  •  Mark November 9th as Faith Hill’s comeback night. The Country Music Association has announced that Mrs. Tim McGraw will premier her brand new single “Come Home” off of her upcoming 2012 album that night at the CMA Awards.
  • Mallary Hope had not one, but two big announcements this week. First of all, her song, “Georgia Peaches,” was announced as the second single to be released by American Idol runner-up Lauren Alaina. And Hope has released her next single as a solo artist called “Illusion.” You can listen to it HERE.
  • A possible freedom date has been set for Tim McGraw. A November 29 court hearing here will decide whether country music star McGraw can record any new albums during an ongoing legal dispute with Curb Records.
  • New music from Crystal Shawanda called “You Belong To Me.”

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