Husband-and-wife duo, Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis, will release a new 13-song album, Cheater’s Game, on Feb. 12.
The Premium Records project, produced by Brad Jones, features seven new songs in addition to six remakes paying tribute to Don Williams, Razzy Bailey, Hayes Carll, Dave Alvin and Robert Earl Keen. A nationwide tour will follow, including a stop at Nashville’s 3rd and Lindsley on April 25. Full list of tour dates here.
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Season 12 American Idol judge Keith Urban announced 12 of his favorite songs from 2012 via a web posting on Dec. 30.
“Impossible to narrow it down to 12 without leaving out equally great songs for 2012….BUT in no specific order, here we go!! 12 songs that lodged in my head and inspired me this year,” said Urban.
“Springsteen” (Eric Church)
“Somebody That I Used To Know” (Goyte)
“Dirt Road Anthem” (Jason Aldean)
“Pontoon” (Little Big Town)
“Wide Awake” (Katy Perry)
“I Love It” (Icona Pop)
“Fastest Girl In Town” (Miranda Lambert)
“Cruise” (Florida Georgia Line)
“I Knew You Were Trouble” (Taylor Swift)
“Titanium” (David Guetta feat Sia)
“Doom and Gloom” (Rolling Stones)
“Brother” (Matt Corby)
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Four members of The Zac Brown Band (Zac Brown, Clay Cook, Jimmy De Martini and John Hopkins) are scheduled to sing the national anthem for the 2013 Discover BCS National Championship game between Notre Dame and Alabama on Monday (Jan. 7).
The event, which determines this year’s NCAA football champion, will be held at Sun Life Stadium in the South Florida. ESPN will broadcast the game at 8 p.m. ET.
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