Here are the top 5 stories for the past week just in cased you missed one.

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    The Mavericks Celebrate 25 Years With The “Twenty-Five Live Tour”

    Music Row Magazine says that Grammy award winning group  the Maverickswill be on tour in 2014 with their "Twenty Five Live" tour. Raul Malo, Paul Deakin, Eddie Perez, Jerry Dale McFadden and Robert Reynolds, will all perform together. The Mavericks started as a country group in 1989 and 2014 marks their 25th year as a group. How close will this tour come to us? Check out the schedule.

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    Jo Dee Messina Makes Her Come Back with a New Song “A Woman’s Rant”

    This new song from Jo Dee Messina is from her "Me" album, to be released March 8th. The entire project was a cooperative effort between Jo Dee Messina and her fans, who not only helped her pick the songs but financed the project as well. In the song, Messina decides to take on the man versus woman equality issue and is promising to have a talk with Eve once inside the pearly gates. I like "A Woman's Rant", it's up-tempo and she really lays down the law. Check it out and you tell me what you think.

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    Randy Rogers Band and Kyle Park to Play the 2014 Coleman Rodeo June 13 and 14

    The 77th Coleman Rodeo is coming June 12-24, and has just announced the headlining bands for the annual PRCA rodeo. The live entertainment will include the Randy Rogers Band on Friday night, June 13th and Kyle Park Saturday, June 14th.

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    The Judds - Shay's Spotlight Artist of the Week

    You might remember a mother-daughter duo called The Judds back in the late '80s-'90s. I was lucky enough to get to see them in concert and I have to say I was blown away. It was one of the best concerts I've ever been to.

    Shay Hill
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    Bride Makes Incredible Wedding Entrance Singing to Groom

    I've never walked down the aisle but I would imagine that I wouldn't have the presence of mind to sing, not to mention, I CAN'T sing. This bride, however, makes a most impressive entrance at her wedding.

     

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