Artist Action (9/9/13)

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Craig Morgan

Craig Morgan has added several ticket packages to his upcoming 7th Annual Celebrity Off-Road Trail Ride & Concert this Saturday (9/14) in his hometown of Dickson, Tenn. Aaron Lewis and Tate Stevens as well as a number of motocross celebrities will join Craig for the event, which includes a motocross exhibition from several top competitors, followed by a group trail ride, lunch and an evening concert. Motocross stars participating this year include Destry AbbotFred AndrewsRandy Hawkins, Andrew ShortLarry Ward, and Ryan Villopoto. Proceeds will benefit Billy’s Place, which helps foster children in Dickson County and throughout Middle Tennessee. Additional information on ticket prices can be found at


Charlie Daniels

Charlie Daniels

Charlie Daniels’ “Scholarships for Heroes” charity benefit for The Task Force Dagger Foundation, which will take place this Wednesday, September 11 at The Palm in Nashville, has sold out. Emceed by Storme Warren, the evening will include a concert by Phil Vassar as well as a live auction. The Task Force Dagger Foundation provides assistance to wounded, ill, or injured soldiers and their families.





Jo Dee Messina

Jo Dee Messina is planning a Canadian run in October on the first leg of her new tour in support of her latest single, “Peace Sign.” The tour will take her through Saskatchewan, Alberta, and Manitoba on nine dates through mid-October.

2013 Canadian Tour Dates:

Oct 3 – North Battleford, SK – Gold Eagle Casino
Oct 4 -Swift Current, SK – The Living Sky Casino
Oct 5 -Yorkton, SK – Painted Hand Casino
Oct 6 – Melfort, SK – Kerry Vickar Center
Oct 8 – Grande Prairie, AB – Spurs Cookhouse
Oct 10 – Edmonton, AB – Cook County Saloon
Oct 11 – Whitecourt, AB – Eagle River Casino
Oct 12 – Regina, SK – Casino Regina
Oct 13 – Winnipeg, MB – McPhillips St. Station

Erin Enderlin, Photo: Amy Poché

Erin Enderlin, Photo: Amy Poché

• Erin Enderlin made her Grand Ole Opry debut on Friday night (Sept. 6). Erin’s two-song set included “Finding My Voice” and the title track of her new album I Let Her Talk. “I can’t believe I made it through without crying,” Erin said mid-performance. “This has been my dream since I was a little girl — to stand up on this stage where so many of my heroes have played. I’m just so proud and humbled to be here tonight.” Erin’s Opry performance was dedicated to her late grandfather H.D. Clinton, who, along with her grandmother Wanda Clinton, raised Erin on music played on the Opry stage. A Kickstarter campaign to fund Erin’s music video for “I Let Her Talk” runs through October 6.


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