Photos From The Road: Aldean, Bryan, Newfield


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Members of the Turks Publishing Coalition roadtripped to Jason Aldean's recent show in Murray, KY. (L- R) manager Chris Parr, Steve Markland, S1's Pat Finch, Tim Hunze, Jason Aldean, Sam Ramage, Mike Sebastian, Clay Myers, Lynn Gann, and Billy Lynn.

- Capitol Records artist Luke Bryan became the first country artist to perform at a UCF (University of Central Florida) Homecoming concert, opening in Orlando, Florida for rapper T Pain this past Saturday. The audience was quite receptive to Bryan’s hits “All My Friends Say,” “Country Man,” current smash “DO I” and more.

Luke Bryan became the first country artist to perform at a University of Central Florida Homecoming concert, where he opened in Orlando, Florida for rapper T Pain.

 – On Saturday night, country stars Joe Nichols and Heidi Newfield, with the help of fast-rising country artist Derek Sholl and “Nashville Star” finalist Kacey Musgraves, helped to honor the brave, wounded and disabled warriors from East Texas who have served in Iraq or Afghanistan, at the “Country for Our Country” benefit concert in Tyler, Texas. Funds raised by the event will benefit Military Warriors Support Foundation (MWSF), and be used to support education for the wounded warriors, or their family members.    Emceed by radio personalities Big D and Bubba, the event took place at the beautiful Villa de Felicita in Tyler. Heidi Newfield with wounded warrior Jarrod Deas (photo by Jan Barton)

Heidi Newfield, Joe Nichols, Derek Sholl and “Nashville Star” finalist Kacey Musgraves, played at the “Country for Our Country” benefit concert in Tyler, Texas. Funds will benefit Military Warriors Support Foundation to support education for the wounded warriors, or their family members. It was emceed by radio personalities Big D and Bubba. Pictured: Newfield with wounded warrior Jarrod Deas. photo by Jan Barton

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