Artist Action: Rascal Flatts Get Bieber Fever

Jay DeMarcus tweeted this photo from the set.

>>Some fans may find it surprising that Rascal Flatts made a music video with Justin Bieber this week, but the real news maker was that the shoot is where Bieber chose to cut his famous locks. They were taping the video for “That Should Be Me” from Bieber’s Never Say Never—The Remixes soundtrack.

>>Eric Church is offering a free download of his new single “Homeboy” through tomorrow (2/24) at www.ericchurch.com. The song is from his upcoming third album and won’t be available for purchase until March 8. Fans have to retweet the message about his ACM nomination to get the download. He penned “Homeboy” with Casey Beathard.

>>Gloriana is letting fans in on the recording process with a new web series called “Studio Insider” at www.gloriana.com. Fans who sign-up for the series will get a first-listen to the album’s lead single, “Wanna Take You Home,” which was co-written by Tom Gossin, the band’s producer and Emblem Music Group label owner Matt Serletic, and Wendell Mobley.

Tim McGraw searches for his roots.

>>Tim McGraw explored his family tree on a recent episode of NBC’s Who Do You Think You Are? See more.

>>A deluxe edition of Keith Urban’s Get Closer is now available on iTunes. In addition to the CD’s eight original tracks, the deluxe version of the album features three new studio tracks and four live recordings from his “Love, Pain & the whole crazy thing” World Tour. The track “Georgia Woods,” written by Urban and Darrell Brown, is the iTunes’ free download of the week.

>>Blake Shelton is celebrating his third consecutive No. 1 single with “Who Are You When I’m Not Looking.” This hit marks Shelton’s eighth charttopper.

>>Jerrod Niemann’s song “How Can I Be So Thirsty” was featured on last night’s episode (2/22) of Glee.

>>Kellie Pickler visits The Ellen DeGeneres Show today (2/23) to chat about her wedding and share exclusive photos from the big day.

>>Springer Mountain Farms Bluegrass Nights at the Ryman will run June 23 through July 28 on Thursday nights. Among the performers will be Vince Gill, Ricky Skaggs, Sam Bush, Dailey & Vincent and Doc Watson.

>>Toby Keith has formed “Pros 4 Vets” with NFL superstars Tommie Harris (Chicago Bears), Roy Williams (Cincinnati Bengals), and Mark Clayton (St. Louis Rams). The non-profit will bring together lawyers, doctors and other professionals to provide free services for military members.

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