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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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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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 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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