Posted Wednesday, April 17th 2013 @ 7am
Gary Allan, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Dustin Lynch, Sheryl Crow, Amy Grant and Journey’s Jonathan Cain will get their buzz on for a good cause at Nashville’s 14th annual Nashville Best Cellars Dinner. Proceeds from the April 29th event will benefit the T.J. Martell Foundation, which supports cancer research at the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center. A gourmet four-course dinner will be created by celebrated chefs, and the evening will offer world-class wines from private collectors. Newcomers Brett Eldredge and Charlie Worsham will headline the Tom Black After Party. Tickets for the dinner are $1200 each.
JASON ALDEAN says people think he and ERIC CHURCH are outlaws, just because their music is aggressive. Truth is, they're not trying to prove anything. He says, quote, "We're just partiers. We like to have fun, play music."
MIRANDA LAMBERT and TAYLOR SWIFT are in the May issue of "Elle". They're included in a feature honoring 12 of the Top Women in Music.
BRAD PAISLEY dropped the video to his non-controversial song "Beat This Summer". It's up on his YouTube channel.
Lonestar will release their first album since the return of original singer Richie McDonald. "Life As We Know It" comes out June 4. McDonald left the group in 2007 to pursue a solo career.
Justin Moore reveals he's recruited some celebrity friends to appear on the follow-up to the Outlaws Like Me album. Miranda Lambert guests on a duet, and he adds that more artists are lined up to make the collection.