Gloriana’s Rachel Reinert Drew on Real-Life Betrayal to Perform Their New Single, “Trouble”

Image Courtesy Warner Music NashvilleGloriana's Rachel Reinert didn't have to get into character to sing the trio's latest single, "Trouble," since the song came from her real-life experience. Rachel co-wrote the song with band mate Mike Gossin about an ex-boyfriend who cheated on her about two years ago.

Rachel tells ABC News Radio, "We dated for a couple years. I ended up finding out that he was cheating on me, which I did suspect. He, of course, lied about it, which, shocker, right?"

Like anybody, Rachel can be nice and sweet, but it's a different story when a guy does her wrong.

"If you cross me, then then I'm gonna make you pay for it," Rachel adds.

Mike and Gloriana's third member, Tom Gossin, had a bad feeling about Rachel's ex-boyfriend from the start, though.

Says Mike, "We had suspicions about this guy, I'll leave it at that, that he was not the best fit for her."

It was Mike who suggested Rachel channel her anger about the cheating into a song, and that's how "Trouble" was born. He's now very proud of her for being open and honest about what she went through.

Mike explains, "The fact that she was cool enough to put down that wall and open herself up and put herself out there -- tell her story for people to hear and to relate to and hopefully help through a cheating situation, whether it's boy or girl, I think, is the best part of the whole situation."

Gloriana's new single, "Trouble," hits the airwaves soon.

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The Band Perry Teaches Master Class for Aspiring Musicians at Nashville’s Belmont University

Image Courtesy Splash! PRThe Band Perry recently gave a Master Class for aspiring musicians at Belmont University's School of Music in Nashville. During the hour-long event, The Band Perry's Reid, Neil and Kimberly Perry shared stories of playing shopping malls, campgrounds and campsites while trying to make it as performers. They also stressed the importance of a strong work ethic and a good support system for those trying to make it in the music business.

The sibling trio also took questions from the students in the audience before serenading them with an acoustic version of their signature hit, "If I Die Young."

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Miranda Lambert’s 7th Annual Cause for the Paws Event Raised More than $600,000

Image Courtesy Becky Fluke/SonyMusicMiranda Lambert's 7th Annual Cause for the Paws event raised more than $600,000 to help rescue dogs in need of forever homes. The event took place in Las Vegas in conjunction with Miranda's performance at the Route 91 Harvest Festival earlier this month. A VIP experience complete with a live and silent auction helped to boost proceeds.

Miranda says, "Getting to do what I love and help the cause that’s closest to my heart, and do it in Vegas; it doesn’t get any better.  With the money raised, I am looking forward to seeing lots of dogs find loving forever homes through adoption.”

The money raised will benefit Miranda's Mutt Nation Foundation and their ongoing projects, including the building of the Redemption Ranch, a new owned-and-operated shelter in Miranda's hometown of Tishomingo, OK opening November 22.

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Reba Explains How Little Big Town’s New Album, “Pain Killer,” Is Inspiring Her to Take Chances

Image Courtesy Starstruck EntertainmentReba is working with two of her closest friends, Tony Brown and James Stroud, to produce her upcoming studio album, but a new release from one of country's hottest acts has her thinking it's time to rock the boat and work with totally different people on future projects.

Reba says, "I did hear the new Little Big Town album. Yes.  So, yeah, now I’m considering it, yeah. I would love to kinda see what somebody else could do with me."

Little Big Town's just-released album, Pain Killer, really pushes the envelope when it comes to loud guitars and gritty song lyrics. Since Reba hasn't released an album since 2010, she wanted to work with familiar people on her next album.

Reba says, "It's comfortable, and it may be time for me to step out of comfort and go try some new stuff."

Look for Reba's new album to come out next year.

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Reba’s Father, Clark McEntire, Passes Away

Image Courtesy CMACondolences to Reba on the passing of her father, Clark McEntire. Reba's sister, Susie McEntire, posted the news on her Facebook page with the message, "I am going to miss you Daddy. May you rest quietly." He died Thursday night in Coalgate, OK.

Clark McEntire was born in Oklahoma on November 30, 1927 and went on to win the Rodeo World Championships in 1957, 1958 and 1961. He was inducted into the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame in 1979. He went on to play a major role in encouraging Reba to pursue a singing career when he told her she should sing the national anthem at the 1974 National Finals Rodeo. It was at that performance that recording artist Red Steagall discovered Reba.

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