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Cassadee Pope's ready to "Take You Home... to Nashville" for CMA Fest

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pfa Entertainment Media & MarketingCassadee Pope wants to “Take You Home… to Nashville” for CMA Fest this year.

This week, the “Think of You” hitmaker kicks off a contest to bring one lucky fan and a friend to Music City from June 7-10. The winner will get two round-trip airline tickets to Nashville, plus accommodations and passes to the nightly CMA Fest shows at Nissan Stadium.

You can enter online at CassadeePope.com, but you’d better hurry. A winner will be randomly chosen this Friday, and will also get the VIP treatment at Cassadee’s first fan celebration.

The contest takes its name from the Florida native’s new single, “Take You Home.”

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Girl Going Everywhere: Ashley McBryde maps out first headlining tour

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Warner Music NashvilleAfter opening for Eric Church, Chris Stapleton, Miranda Lambert and Luke Combs, Ashley McBryde is ready to head out on her own this fall.

Named for her debut album, the Girl Going Nowhere Tour cranks up September 5 in Atlanta, before Ashley reunites with Luke in October for shows in the United Kingdom and Scotland. The trek will wrap December 15 in Rochester, New York.

Fans can count on hearing Ashley’s breakthrough hit, “A Little Dive Bar in Dahlonega,” during her first headlining trek.

Here’s a look at the itinerary for the Girl Going Nowhere Tour, with tickets going on sale this Friday:

9/5 — Atlanta, GA, Terminal West
9/6 — Athens, GA, 40 Watt Club
9/7 — Greenville, SC, Blind Horse Saloon
9/8 — Rome, GA, Rome City Brewing Company
9/11 — Bardstown, KY, Mammy’s Kitchen
9/12 — Abington, VA, Washington County Fair
9/13 — Washington, DC, The Hamilton
9/14 — Lynchburg, VA, Phase 2 Nightclub
9/20 — Morrison, CO, Red Rocks Amphitheatre (with Little Big Town)
9/22 — Mountain Home, AR, Arkansas State University
9/27 — Nashville, TN, The Basement East
9/28 — Birmingham, AL, Zydeco
10/3 — Birmingham, England, O2 Institute
10/4,5 — London, England, Shepherd’s Bush Empire
10/7 — Glasgow, Scotland, O2 ABC
10/8 — Manchester, England, O2 Ritz Manchester
10/10 — London, England, Islington Assembly Hall
10/13 — Greenville, MS, Mighty Mississippi Music Festival
10/25 — Grand Rapids, MI, Elevation
11/1 — Oxford, MS, The Lyric Theatre
11/2 — Panama City, FL, The Barn at the Wicked Wheel
11/7 — Oxford, OH, Brick Street Bar
11/8 — Columbus, OH, The Bluestone
11/9 — Indianapolis, IN, Eight Seconds Saloon
11/10 — Rootstown, OH, Dusty Armadillo
11/29 — Columbia, MO, The Blue Note
11/30 — Little Rock, AR, Revolution Music Room
12/5 — New York, NY, Gramercy Theatre
12/7 — Philadelphia, PA, The Foundry at the Fillmore
12/8 — Lancaster, PA, Chameleon Club
12/12 — Warrendale, PA, Jergel’s Rhythm and Grill
12/13 — Buffalo, NY, Iron Works
12/14 — Cambridge, MA, The Sinclair
12/15 — Rochester, NY, Anthology

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Tropical cyclone development in and near the Gulf of Mexico over the next five days.

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We do have the potential of tropical cyclone development in and near the Gulf of Mexico over the next five (5) days.  Currently, there is no direct threat to the Middle Texas Coast.

The National Hurricane Center (NHC) is monitoring a weak disturbance across the northwestern Caribbean Sea.  There is a low chance (20%) for tropical cyclone development within the next five (5) days as this area for potential development moves into the central Gulf of Mexico.  This disturbance is expected to remain well east of the region and poses no direct threats to South Texas and the Middle Texas Coast at this time.

Unless major changes occur to the forecast, No additional briefings are planned at this time.

Although systems can and have developed before the start of the season, now is a good time to remind you that Hurricane Season officially begins June 1.

Additional Information Resources:

National Hurricane Center:
  www.hurricanes.gov
NWS Corpus Christi:  www.weather.gov/corpuschristi
New Local Tropical Webpage:  https://www.weather.gov/srh/tropical?office=crp

Sincerely,
Lara K. Beal
NWS Corpus Christi, TX

Jason Aldean to debut "Drowns the Whiskey" on "The Voice," minus Miranda

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ABC/Image Group LA Jason Aldean‘s new single, “Drowns the Whiskey,” will have its TV premiere during Tuesday’s season finale of The Voice. Since the song happens to be a duet with coach Blake Shelton‘s ex, Miranda Lambert, it’s pretty safe to assume someone else will be singing her part.

In fact, the two-hour episode will feature the Top 4 — Spensha Baker from Team Blake, Britton Buchanan from Team Alicia, Brynn Cartelli from Team Kelly, and Kyla Jade from Team Blake — pairing up with various stars to collaborate.

Kane Brown, who sang his current #1, “Heaven,” on the show last week, will return to recreate his chart-topping duet “What Ifs,” with Spensha Baker subbing for Lauren Alaina.

Julia Michaels, who has a hit right now with Keith Urban on “Coming Home,” guests on the episode as well, along with Jennifer Hudson, Ryan Adams, and others.

You can tune in to find out who wins Tuesday starting at 9 p.m. ET on NBC.

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Luke Bryan unveils "Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset" as "American Idol" crowns a new champion

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ABC/Craig SjodinLuke Bryan is set to unveil his new single, “Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset,” on tonight’s season finale of American Idol. He’ll also perform his most recent #1, “Most People Are Good,” with finalist Gabby Barrett.

In fact, every member of the Top 3 will be singing a country tune at one point or another. Caleb Lee Hutchinson will do the chart-topping “Wagon Wheel” with Darius Rucker. All three — including Maddie Poppe — will join pop star Bebe Rexha to recreate “Meant to Be,” the crossover smash she originally did with Florida Georgia Line.

Look for Luke’s fellow judges Lionel Richie and Katy Perry to sing as well, along with visiting superstars Nick Jonas, Patti LaBelle, and Kermit the Frog.

American Idol crowns its first winner since returning on ABC starting tonight at 9 p.m. ET.

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