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Kenny Chesney Returns with “American Kids”

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Kenny Chesney knew – when he took a year off – when he came back, he wanted his music to hit a whole new level; but he also wanted to make sure he was speaking to the people who have always invested their lives in his music. The result? “American Kids,” a multi-tempo celebration of the spirit of young America that packs not one, but two hooks and an innovative lyrical scan.

“When I heard it, I knew I was gonna cut it,” says the man whose won 4 consecutive Academy of Country Music and 4 Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year Awards. “It was unlike anything I’d ever heard – and I listen to a lot of songs. The rhythms, the images, the way the melody moved… It just grabs you and holds on, but even more importantly, it feels really good.”

Written by Rodney Clawson, Luke Laird and Shane McAnally, Chesney heard the song on a writing trip with McAnally, whose also written Chesney’s #1s “Come Over” and “Somewhere With You.”  While evoking iconics of a certain generation, the song also embraces the in-the-moment lifestyle of today’s teens and 20-somethings with complete abandon. And with a chorus that contains the line – “a little messed up, but we’re all alright” –  Chesney once again brings the indomitability of the human spirit to the forefront.

“Hey, life is hard,” Chesney says. “People work long hours, have all kinds of stuff going on in their personal lives. But if there’s one thing I’ve seen over the last ten years, looking out at the faces in the crowd: you can’t keep my fans down. These are people who no matter what are in love with life, and they’re gonna find the good times no matter what.

“It’s not a perfect world. We are all a little screwed up, but we’re all okay. I love the idea of the screw up as part of it, because honestly it makes the parts that’re great, that much better. You appreciate those things that much more.”

“American Kids,” which ships to radio on June 20, will be available for purchase at digital retail on Monday, June 23.

Again co-producing with Buddy Cannon, Chesney is putting the finishing touches on his 16th studio release. With an emphasis on great songs, pushing the boundaries without betraying who he is, the man deemed “The King of the Road” by The Wall Street Journal is looking forward to playing a lot of the new songs on the road in 2015.

– Posted by Country Girl  CMTT

VideoJukebox Ft Tommy Brandt hosted by Laura Dodd

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This week Laura features A very special show as Laura conducts interviews by your favorite Country Stars Tommy Brandt and Tommy Brandt II

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Show Running time round 30 minutes

Video Jukebox produced by NBN Television Studios Nashville

 

 

A Few Top Photos That Are Sure to Make You Cry

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These powerful images range from touching to tragic, but together they will move you to tears

1. A surgeon rests after a performing a successful heart transplant operation that lasted 23 hours. His assistant sleeps in the right corner.

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2. The inside of an Auschwitz gas chamber shows scratches from struggling victims of the Holocaust.

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3. Lizzie Van Zyl  was a child inmate of a British concentration camp who died during the South African Boer War. The British incarcerated her in a concentration camp where she died of starvation after being refused enough food or water for months.

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A surgeon rests after a performing a successful heart transplant operation that lasted 23 hours. His assistant sleeps in the right corner.

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The inside of an Auschwitz gas chamber shows scratches from struggling victims of the Holocaust.

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A firefighter pauses to give water to a thirsty koala in 2009, when the devastating Black Saturday bushfires rolled through Victoria, Australia, killing 173 people.

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4. Eight-year-old Christian Golczynski accepts the American flag for his father, who was shot during his second tour in Iraq, just weeks before he was to return home.

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A surgeon rests after a performing a successful heart transplant operation that lasted 23 hours. His assistant sleeps in the right corner.

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The inside of an Auschwitz gas chamber shows scratches from struggling victims of the Holocaust.

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A firefighter pauses to give water to a thirsty koala in 2009, when the devastating Black Saturday bushfires rolled through Victoria, Australia, killing 173 people.

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Eight-year-old Christian Golczynski accepts the American flag for his father, who was shot during his second tour in Iraq, just weeks before he was to return home.

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5. An embracing couple found in the rubble of a collapsed factory in Bangladesh.

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A surgeon rests after a performing a successful heart transplant operation that lasted 23 hours. His assistant sleeps in the right corner.

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The inside of an Auschwitz gas chamber shows scratches from struggling victims of the Holocaust.

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A firefighter pauses to give water to a thirsty koala in 2009, when the devastating Black Saturday bushfires rolled through Victoria, Australia, killing 173 people.

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Eight-year-old Christian Golczynski accepts the American flag for his father, who was shot during his second tour in Iraq, just weeks before he was to return home.

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An embracing couple found in the rubble of a collapsed factory in Bangladesh.

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Leao sits for a second consecutive day at the grave of his owner, who died in a devastating landslide in Rio de Janiero.

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After serving in Iraq for seven months, Terri Gurrola is finally reunited with her daughter.

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An Afghan offers tea to a thirsty soldier.

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A resident of Cuttack City, India, saves three kittens during the treacherous floods of 2011.

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6. A man falling from the World Trade Center on 9/11.

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Rhon’s Early Morning Inspiration For Thursday

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Rhonnie Scheuerman’s Early Morning Inspiration For All Who May Be In Need Of Some

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Let My comforts delight your soul. The world presents you with a multitude of anxieties-too numerous for you to count. Everywhere you turn, you see problems and trouble. In the midst of this mess, look to Me for help. Whisper My Name, Jesus, thus reactivating your awareness of My Presence. Your perspective changes dramatically as My Presence comes onto the screen of your consciousness, lighting up your worldview. My comforts can soothe your troubled heart and delight your soul.

If the world were perfect, you would never experience the pleasure of receiving comfort from Me. Instead of letting problems discourage you, use them as reminders to seek Me-My Presence, My Peace, My Love. These invisible realities are available to you any time, any place, and they provide Joy that no one can take away from you. So come to Me when you are weary and burdened; I will provide rest for your soul.

In the multitude of my anxieties within me, Your comforts delight my soul. -Psalm 94:19 nkjv

Therefore you now have sorrow; but I will see you again and your heart will rejoice, and your joy no one will take from you. -John 16:22 nkjv

Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. -Matthew 11:28-29

 

Kacey Musgraves to Perform on “The Tonight Show”

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Grammy-winning country star, Kacey Musgraves, will perform the television debut of her tune, “The Trailer Song” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon tomorrow (June 12) at 11:35 pm ET on NBC.  Her current single, “Keep It To Yourself” can also be seen online here.

The following night (Friday, June 13) pop-superstar Katy Perry and Musgraves will join together in an all-new episode of the critically acclaimed series, CMT CROSSROADS, which will premiere at 10 pm ET/PT on CMT.

CMT CROSSROADS: KATY PERRY AND KACEY MUSGRAVES marks the 50th episode of the longest-running music series of the network and will feature exclusive collaborations of the stars’ hits, including Perry’s “Roar” and “Teenage Dream,” and Musgraves’ “Follow Your Arrow” and “Merry Go ‘Round.”

Kacey is currently on tour with Willie Nelson and Alison Krauss and in August she will hit the road with Katy on her Prismatic World Tour.

For more information on Kacey Musgraves and current tour dates please visit www.kaceymusgraves.com.

– Posted by Country Girl CMTT

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