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Miranda Lambert wants to help you find a Christmas present for your pooch

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ABC/Image Group LAIf you’re looking for a holiday present for your pup, Miranda Lambert wants to help you.

Her full line of MuttNation pet products are now available from Tractor Supply Company, both in stores and online. That includes four styles of beds with matching collars and leashes, plus toys, bandanas and water bowls.

In the spirit of the season, Miranda’s giving all the money she makes to her MuttNation Foundation to help rescue shelters.

“We’re so thankful to our friends at Tractor Supply for the support they’ve given MuttNation since we first launched our partnership a few months ago,” Miranda says. “It’s really exciting to have such a great line of pet supplies and toys and to know that every mutt-lover’s purchase is helping another rescue dog find a loving home — and with over 1,800 Tractor Supply stores across the country, that’ll make a lot of happy pups,” she adds.

Miranda herself has eight rescue dogs, as well as horses, cats and rabbits.

Musically, she’s just released “Bluebird” as the second single from her new Wildcard album.

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Bring My Flowers Now: Tanya Tucker to headline CMT's 2020 Next Women of Country Tour

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ABC/Image Group LATanya Tucker will headline the CMT Next Women of Country: Bring My Flowers Now Tour in 2020, named after her Grammy-nominated song from her While I’m Livin’ album.

Brandy ClarkShooter JenningsAubrie SellersErin EnderlinHailey WhittersMadison Kozak, and Walker County will join Tanya for the run that kicks off February 5 in Vienna, Virginia.

Tickets for most dates go on sale this Friday, with more shows to be added in the coming weeks. You can find out more at both CMT.com and TanyaTucker.com.

The legend famous for “Delta Dawn” is the most-nominated country artist at next month’s Grammys, where she’ll vie for four trophies.

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Garth Brooks will spend 2020 in the "deep end of a dive bar," as his small-scale tour continues

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Copyright 8TEN, Inc.Garth Brooks isn’t done with his Dive Bar Tour after all.

Monday night during his weekly Inside Studio G update on Facebook, he revealed he plans to continue the trek in 2020, along with his Stadium Tour, admitting he loves doing the smaller dates too much to quit.

“You’re lucky enough to do stadiums, arenas…” Garth reflected, “[but] dive bars might be hittin’ right on the sweet spot for me!”

Garth played the sixth Dive Bar date last week in New Jersey, but was forced to cancel what was to be the seventh and final one because of winter weather.

The seven-time CMA Entertainer of the Year expects the make-up show at Six String in Foxborough, Massachusetts will be his first Dive Bar outing in 2020, also mentioning Kansas City, St. Louis, Denver and various spots “up and down the West Coast, the East Coast” as possibilities.

Meanwhile, the song that inspired the trek, Garth’s “Dive Bar” collaboration with Blake Shelton, is nearing country’s top ten.

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Luke Combs finishes on top after a "Beautiful Crazy" year

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ABC/Randy Holmes2019 was simply the year of Luke Combs.

The North Carolina native’s “Beautiful Crazy” was the most-played song of the past twelve months, according to Country Aircheck, helping Luke to cement honors as the publication’s top male artist and top overall artist as well.

Luke’s also the only person to land two songs in 2019’s overall top ten, with “She Got the Best of Me” finishing at number six.

Here’s the complete rundown of Country Aircheck’s Top Ten Songs of 2019:

1. “Beautiful Crazy” — Luke Combs
2. “Whiskey Glasses” — Morgan Wallen
3. “Girl Like You” — Jason Aldean
4. “This Is It” — Scotty McCreery
5. “Eyes on You” — Chase Rice
6. “She Got the Best of Me” — Luke Combs
7. “Love Ain’t” — Eli Young Band
8. “Best Shot” — Jimmie Allen
9. “Make It Sweet” — Old Dominion
10. “Rumor” — Lee Brice

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Keith Urban marvels at Eric Church's interpretation of his top-five hit, "We Were"

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ABC/Image Group LAKeith Urban‘s nearing the top of the chart with his latest hit, “We Were” — and this time, he’s taking one of his friends with him: Eric Church.

Ironically, the Aussie superstar had no idea The Chief helped craft the song when he recorded it.

“As soon as I found out he was a writer, the first thing I wanted to do is, I wanted to hear him sing that song,” Keith recalls. “’Cause in my head I heard it top to bottom, and so I called him and I said, ‘Would you come in some time and do a version?'”

“At the end of the summer, he came by and we spent a couple of hours at Sound Emporium Studios,” he continues, “just hearing him sing the song and do his own thing to it — changing all the phrasing, changing the melody, the odd lyric changing.”

In fact, Keith says Eric’s interpretation of “We Were” was different on every take.

“I sat there and watched him sing it several times back to back,” Keith recalls. “He never did it the same way twice — ever. And I said to him, ‘You change it every time.’ He goes, ‘Yeah. Why would I do the same thing twice?'”

“It’s just the way he rolls,” Keith explains, “because he’s a storyteller, you know? He’s an amazing songwriter, one of the best in town period.”

You can stream or download the version of “We Were” that features both Keith and Eric now.

Previously, the two pals and label mates topped the chart in 2015 with “Raise ‘Em Up.” 

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