Underwood, Love And Theft, Randy Rogers Band

Love And Theft’s Brian Bandas, Eric Gunderson and Stephen Barker Liles recently spent the day in an abandoned Memphis brewery filming the music video for their debut hit single, “Runaway.” The shoot was directed by Kristin Barlowe. The shoot wasn’t without its challenges – Liles was suffering a bout of food poisoning. Also, the engine in the 1971 Mustang Mach 1 featured in the video had to be rebuilt that morning. The band’s CD launches Aug. 25. After opening shows for Taylor Swift in 2008, Love And Theft is currently on the road meeting country radio and promoting their debut single, “Runaway.” The band’s debut CD, World Wide Open, will release August 25th
Love And Theft’s Brian Bandas, Eric Gunderson and Stephen Barker Liles recently spent the day shooting a video in Memphis for their debut single, “Runaway,” with director Kristin Barlowe. The day wasn’t without challenges—Liles had food poisoning, and the engine of the 1971 Mustang Mach 1 featured had to be rebuilt—but everything turned out okay.

Carrie Underwood has scored a platinum digital certification for “All-American Girl” and gold digital certification of “Just A Dream.” All five of her singles from the nearly triple-platinum Carnival Ride have been certified gold or platinum for digital downloads.

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The Randy Rogers Band took time off from touring to hit the golf course together for their Inaugural For Sake Of The Shot Golf Tournament, presented by Bud Light. The event was held at The Bandit Golf Club in New Braunfels, TX on June 12. Randy Rogers Band and friends Wade Bowen, Kyle Park and Ryan Beaver hit the links for a four-man scramble, playing along side loyal RRB fans. The sold-out tournament raised $52,049 for charitable organization Camp Sweeney. A guitar signed by George Strait was auctioned off for $1,200, adding to the total.

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