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Kiefer Sutherland Announces New Tour

Kiefer Sutherland Announces New Tour

Kiefer Sutherland has announced a new tour in support of his sophomore album, Reckless & Me, which drops on April 26. The tour kicks off on May 29 in Austin, with additional stops in Nashville, St. Louis, Boston, New York and more. Tickets go on sale on April 26. Additional dates are expected to be…

Dan + Shay to Perform at 2019 Billboard Music Awards

Dan + Shay to Perform at 2019 Billboard Music Awards

Dan + Shay will perform “Speechless” at the Billboard Music Awards on May 1. The duo picked up seven Billboard nominations, including all-genre nods in the Top Duo/Group category and Chart Achievement. Additional artists who are slated to perform include Madonna with Maluma, the Jonas Brothers, Kelly Clarkson, Khalid, Sam Smith with Normani, Panic! at…

Jason Aldean Says Winning ACM Artist of the Decade “Came Out of Left Field”

Jason Aldean Says Winning ACM Artist of the Decade “Came Out of Left Field”

Earlier this month, Jason Aldean joined a select group of country artists who have been named ACM Artist of the Decade. Jason, who is a three-time ACM Entertainer of the Year and 14-time ACM Award winner, is now in the company of past winners Marty Robbins (1969), Loretta Lynn (1979), Alabama (1988), Garth Brooks (1998)…

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