Miranda Lambert Launches MuttNation Pet Product Line
Miranda Lambert has long been an advocate for animals, and now the singer-songwriter has launched MuttNation Fueled by Miranda Lambert, a collection of pet products from Petmate. The collection will include bedding, collars, leashes, toys, apparel, accessories and more.
“I am really excited to see all our hard work and great product now available, I hope y’all love it as much as we do. I know my dogs do!” Lambert says. “I really hope that we can raise awareness to the joy of adopting a shelter pet through our MuttNation product line.”
Pre-orders are available at petmate.com.
Florida Georgia Line Preps Video Premiere For “May We All,” Featuring Tim McGraw
Florida Georgia Line will release the premiere of their new video, “May We All,” as a “mini-movie” for the second single from their upcoming album Dig Your Roots. The clip was directed by TK McKamy, and shot over two days at Tennessee National Raceway in Hohenwald, Tennessee.
The video will premiere on the FGL YouTube channel Monday (Aug. 29) at 8 p.m. ET. The duo acts out roles as ultra-competitive, race-car driving brothers and share the screen with actor and country star Tim McGraw, who also sings on the track. Leading up to the premiere, fans can get a sneak peek at all the high-speed action with unique behind-the-scenes virtual reality content going live on the FGL YouTube channel on Wednesday (Aug. 24).
“Working with Tim on the video was absolutely incredible,” says Kelley. “Watching him show up pretty much in character the whole time, ready as can be and giving advice – his spirit is amazing and we took notes all day. It is really crazy because we grew up on Tim and having him on the song feels like his stamp of approval.”
Hubbard adds, “We always like to mix things up and push ourselves to do new things. Going full speed ahead with a video that is a mini-movie with more acting was a challenging and fun ride. We can’t wait for the world to see it!”
Ray Stevens Set To Begin Construction Of Nashville Entertainment Venue
Ray Stevens has taken the next step in prepping his previously announced 27,000-square-foot entertainment venue, CabaRay, which is set to debut in 2017. Stevens received his building permit to begin construction on the facility, located at 5724 River Road in Nashville.
The live music venue will include a 700-seat showroom for live concerts. The showroom area will include a dining area, a full-service kitchen, bar areas upstairs and downstairs, ticket and management offices, restrooms and a gift shop. Parking will be available for about 275 vehicles and several tour buses. Stevens is developing the property with Parkes Construction Co. handling the construction.
“These things take time to move through the system,” says Stevens. “We hit a snag or two while waiting for approval to start building but I’m pleased to say that we’ve been cleared to begin construction on CabaRay!”
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