Kip Moore Rooting for the Seattle Seahawks Media-Shy Running Back Marshawn Lynch in NFL Playoffs

Image Courtesy MCA NashvilleAll eyes are on the NFL Playoffs this weekend as the Seattle Seahawks take on the Green Bay Packers for a shot the Super Bowl. Country singer Kip Moore has been paying close attention to the playoffs, and he's very excited to watch the Seahawks' media-shy running back Marshawn Lynch on the field Sunday.

The NFL fined Lynch $100,000 for not submitting to media interviews. Now that Lynch is granting interviews, he often answers every question with the same response.  Kip doesn't think Lynch's interviews matter at game time, though.

“I’m a huge fan of Marshawn Lynch," Kip says. "I know that he gets so much flak for how he’s so bad with the media, but there’s no one in the NFL that plays harder than Marshawn Lynch. I respect watching that so, so much. I have a feeling that Marshawn Lynch might run his way to another Super Bowl.”

The Indianapolis Colts are up against the New England Patriots this Sunday for the other spot in the Super Bowl. As for Kip Moore, his new single, "I'm to Blame," will debut on country radio next month.

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Chase Bryant Doesn’t Know Whether to Laugh or Cry When He Hears Himself on the Radio

Image Courtesy Broken Bow RecordsChase Bryant hears his debut hit, "Take It on Back," on the radio quite a bit now that the song is closing in on the top 10 at country radio. The thrill of hearing his voice coming over the airwaves hasn't gotten old for the newcomer, though.

"When you hear it, you ask yourself, 'Is the radio station playing this or am I listening to one of my mixes I've been working on?'" Chase tells Billboard. "To hear it on the airwaves is one of those feelings that you don't know whether to cry or what to do. It's just a great feeling."

Chase has shows lined up with Lee Brice this spring before hitting the road with Tim McGraw's Shotgun Rider tour over the summer.

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Chase Bryant Doesn’t Know Whether to Laugh or Cry When He Hears Himself on the Radio

Image Courtesy Broken Bow RecordsChase Bryant hears his debut hit, "Take It on Back," on the radio quite a bit now that the song is closing in on the top 10 at country radio. The thrill of hearing his voice coming over the airwaves hasn't gotten old for the newcomer, though.

"When you hear it, you ask yourself, 'Is the radio station playing this or am I listening to one of my mixes I've been working on?'" Chase tells Billboard. "To hear it on the airwaves is one of those feelings that you don't know whether to cry or what to do. It's just a great feeling."

Chase has shows lined up with Lee Brice this spring before hitting the road with Tim McGraw's Shotgun Rider tour over the summer.

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Garth Brooks Sells More than 140,000 Tickets for Nine Shows in Denver

Image Courtesy Pearl RecordsGarth Brooks is now playing a total of nine shows in Denver starting March 18. More than 140,000 tickets have already been sold for Garth's engagement at the Pepsi Center. Fans can still purchase tickets to all nine shows at AltitudeTickets.com/Garth or by calling 1-844-63GARTH.

Trisha Yearwood will join her Garth for the shows in Denver, which will wrap up on March 24.

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Garth Brooks Sells More than 140,000 Tickets for Nine Shows in Denver

Image Courtesy Pearl RecordsGarth Brooks is now playing a total of nine shows in Denver starting March 18. More than 140,000 tickets have already been sold for Garth's engagement at the Pepsi Center. Fans can still purchase tickets to all nine shows at AltitudeTickets.com/Garth or by calling 1-844-63GARTH.

Trisha Yearwood will join her Garth for the shows in Denver, which will wrap up on March 24.

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Dolly Parton Producing Series of TV Movies Based on Her Songs and Life Story

Image Courtesy Webster PRDolly Parton's biggest hits, such as "I Will Always Love You" and "Coat of Many Colors," have a cinematic quality to them, so it's only natural Dolly would strike a deal to turn her songs and life story into TV movies. Dolly plans to produce the projects for NBC.   

Dolly says, "We want to create projects for NBC that are both fun and inspirational with a family audience in mind.”

These projects reunite Dolly with Robert Greenblatt, the chairman of NBC Entertainment. He was a producer of Dolly's recent Broadway musical, 9 to 5.

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