Photo Fabulous: Kate Kacey & Hazel, Urban/Aldean, Piven, Etc.

Kate & Kacey stopped by Hazel Smith’s kitchen last week to tape CMT’s "Southern Fried Flicks with Hazel Smith."

Kate & Kacey stopped by Hazel Smith’s kitchen last week to tape CMT’s "Southern Fried Flicks with Hazel Smith."

When country music superstar Keith Urban asked both Dierks Bentley and Jason Aldean to join him on stage for the 1975 Eagles hit "Take It To The Limit" at two separate tour dates in VA and KS, he wasn't prepared for his opening acts to have to think on their feet.  Each secretly devised last-minute "cheat sheets" to help them with the song that neither had previously performed live.  Bentley scribbled out the lyrics on his forearm with a Sharpie, and Aldean followed by taping the printed lyrics sheet to his mic stand with gaffe tape.   Once he realized what both acts were up to, Urban didn't let either get away without a little public humiliation in front of both sold out crowds.   Thankfully, the fans were more than happy to come to both Bentley and Aldean's rescue, creating an arena-wide sing-a-long.      For video clips of both, visit http://www.keithurban.net/?em5004=194014_-1__0_~0_-1_7_2009_0_0&content=from_the_road_blog

Keith Urban asked his openers Dierks Bentley and Jason Aldean to join him onstage for the 1975 Eagles hit "Take It To The Limit" at two separate tour dates, but each secretly devised last-minute "cheat sheets" to help them with the song. Bentley scribbled the lyrics on his forearm with a Sharpie, and Aldean taped the printed lyrics sheet to his mic stand. Once he realized what both acts were up to, Urban didn't let either get away without a little public humiliation in front of both sold-out crowds. Thankfully, the fans were happy to come to the rescue with an arena-wide sing-a-long. Click the photo to see the videos.

Actor Jeremy Piven of HBO’s hit show “Entourage” was in Nashville last night for the CMT red carpet premiere of his new film, The Goods: Live Hard. Sell Hard. The Emmy-winner then hit Lower Broadway for some serious honky-tonking at the famed Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge where he partied with a Music City “entourage” that included country duo Halfway to Hazard and Jaron Lowenstein of Evan and Jaron. Pictured: Front seat: Jeremy Piven, Chad Warrix (H2H); Back Seat: Jaron Lowenstein (behind driver’s seat), David Tolliver (H2H)

Actor Jeremy Piven of HBO’s hit show “Entourage” was in Nashville recently for the CMT red carpet premiere of his new film, "The Goods: Live Hard. Sell Hard." The Emmy-winner then hit Lower Broadway for some serious honky-tonking at the famed Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge where he partied with a Music City “entourage” that included country duo Halfway to Hazard and Jaron Lowenstein of Evan and Jaron. (Pictured) Front seat: Jeremy Piven, Chad Warrix (H2H); Back Seat: Jaron Lowenstein (behind driver’s seat), David Tolliver (H2H)

Actors Jeremy Piven ("The Kingdom," "Entourage") and Ed Helms ("The Hangover," "The Office”) were in town last night for the premiere of their new film “The Goods. Live Hard. Sell Hard.” Stoney Creek Records' Megan Mullins  and Black River artist Sarah Darling were among the artists attending the VIP screening put on by CMT. The Paramount Vantage release opens nationwide on Aug. 14. (Left): Mullins and Helms; (Right) Darling and Piven

Actors Jeremy Piven (“The Kingdom,” “Entourage”) and Ed Helms (“The Hangover,” “The Office”) were in town last night for the premiere of their new film “The Goods. Live Hard. Sell Hard.” Stoney Creek Records’ Megan Mullins and Black River’s Sarah Darling were among the artists attending the VIP screening put on by CMT. The Paramount Vantage release opens nationwide on Aug. 14. (Left): Mullins and Helms; (Right) Darling and Piven
Laura Bryna appeared on FamilyNet’s “Mornings with Lorri and Larry” show (in 15 million households nationwide) on Thursday July 9th where she performed her song “Hometown Heroes” and spoke with Lorri and Larry and unveiled the new cover of Southern Beauty Magazine which Laura adorns, and spoke with the new artist about her involvement with the Air Guard and their Media Campaign as well as Bryna’s work with the Make-A-Wish Foundation.  Lorri Allen, Laura Bryna and Larry Estepa on “Mornings”

Laura Bryna appeared on FamilyNet’s “Mornings with Lorri and Larry” show (in 15 million households nationwide) on July 9 to perform her song “Hometown Heroes” and unveil the cover of "Southern Beauty" magazine which she adorns. She also spoke about her work as the Air Guard's celebrity spokesperson as well as with the Make-A-Wish Foundation. (L-R): Lorri Allen, Laura Bryna and Larry Estepa

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