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4 police officers that rescued an 18 month old from an icy Utah river said they heard voices saying “Help Me” when they showed up on the scene. Read more here

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Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockKeith Urban performs on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! Tuesday.  His fellow cast mates from American Idol -- Harry Connick, Jr., Jennifer Lopez and Ryan Seacrest -- are also slated to appear.

Mickey Guyton's postponed performance on ABC's Good Morning America has been rescheduled for Monday, March 16.

Country newcomer Kelsea Ballerini got a big thumbs up from Taylor Swift Monday. The pop superstar tweeted, "Driving around with the Kelsea Ballerini EP on repeat.. SO lovely." Kelsea posted a screenshot of Taylor's tweet to Instagram with the caption, "This just happened and I can't even."

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Brett Eldredge Planning for Decades-Long Music Career

Image Courtesy Warner Music NashvilleBrett Eldredge is on his way to scoring his third consecutive #1 hit with "Mean to Me," but the reigning CMA New Artist of the Year has his sights set far beyond just scoring the new big hit.

"I want to be like Willie Nelson when I'm 80 and still hopping on that tour bus and heading to the next town and singing, 'cause that's all I love to do," Brett tells ABC Radio.

Brett is going on the road with another road warrior, Darius Rucker, who has been touring for more than two decades as a country singer and with his rock band, Hootie & The Blowfish. That kind of longevity is inspiring for Brett.

He says, "To see people like Darius still out there plugging along, having fun with it every single day and still out making great music, that's awesome."

Brett begins performing on Darius's Southern Style tour May 14 in New Jersey.  In the meantime, Brett is almost finished recording his sophomore album. The lead single from that project is expected to follow "Mean to Me" at country radio.

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Luke Bryan Says Goodbye to Spring Break Shows with New Album, “Checkin’ Out”

Image Courtesy Capitol NashvilleLuke Bryan's new spring break album, Checkin' Out, is now on sale as he gears up for his final spring break shows in Panama City Beach, Florida. The two-day event at Spinnaker's Beach Club attracted more than 230,000 fans last year, and it isn't easy for Luke to say goodbye to the spring break celebration.

He says, "It’s always been one of the highlights of my year going down there and doing the show, just ‘cause it’s hard to turn down that much fun. It gives me a sadness to have to let it go. But we feel it’s time."

At age 38, Luke recognizes he's kept the spring break party going a lot longer than normal.

He says with a laugh, "I feel like I’ve done a lot better than my other buddies, because they certainly haven’t been going to spring break and partying with a bunch of college kids."

The crazy crowds at these shows have given Luke a creative boost, too.

Luke explains, "It's been amazing to be able to go down there and do the spring break shows every year and get inspiration for new songs and new tours and tour ideas and stuff like that."

Luke's final spring break shows take place Wednesday and Thursday.

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Chase Bryant Records Doobie Brothers Classic with Michael McDonald for Rediscovered Web Series

Image Courtesy Barry CantrellChase Bryant got to team up with Michael McDonald for a cover of The Doobie Brothers classic "Takin' It to the Streets." The collaboration was captured on camera as part of Kia's Rediscovered series on YouTube as a tie-in with the upcoming YouTube Music Awards. Michael actually surprised Chase in the studio as the young singer was recording the song.

Chase says, "To be able to say I got to work with Michael McDonald, whose music was the soundtrack to many years of my life, is something I’ll cherish for years, thanks to Kia. Great music never dies.”

The Rediscovered series also includes footage of Chase playing tour guide at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry House and historic Orbison Building near Music Row. Chase is the first country artist to take part in Kia's Rediscovered series, which pairs new acts with established stars for collaborations.

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