Tyler Farr Headlining NRA Country’s Kegs and Eggs Fan Club Party June 11 in Nashville

Sony Music NashvilleTyler Farr is headlining NRA Country's 3rd Annual Fan Club Party, also known as Kegs and Eggs, Thursday, June 11 at Margaritaville in downtown Nashville. Newcomer Josh Dorr will also perform at the breakfast event, and fans will get to meet both stars after their respective acoustic sets.

The sign up for NRA Country's free Kegs and Eggs event is now live at NRACountry.com. The website also has details on how to enter a contest to win a trip to Nashville for the party.

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Country Star Trivia

Comstock/ThinkstockWhich female country star sang with Steven Tyler on the song "Can't Stop Loving You" from the 2012 Aerosmith album, Music from Another Dimension? ANSWER: Carrie Underwood.

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RaeLynn Debuts a New, Mature Look in “For a Boy” Video

Image Courtesy Joseph Llanes/BMLGRaeLynn debuts a mature, new look in her new video "For a Boy." It's a departure from the innocent style she had for her debut clip, "God Made Girls."

RaeLynn says of the new look, "My vision was a throwback to the Marilyn Monroe look with a modern feel. It was not only a blast to make but shows my fans, some of who have been growing up with me over the last few years, another side of who I am as I mature from a teen into a young woman."

On Wednesday, RaeLynn picked up a pair of CMT Music Awards nominations -- Female Video of the Year and Breakthrough Video of the Year -- for her "God Made Girls" clip. Voting is now open to the public at CMT.com, and the winner will be revealed on the 2015 CMT Music Awards Wednesday, June 10.

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“Nashville” Recap: “Before You Go Make Sure You Know”

ABCNashville wrapped up its third season with Deacon Claybourne's life hanging in the balance. He didn't actually tie the knot with his love, Rayna Jaymes, before he received a new liver, but they did recite wedding vows pledging to get married when he recovers from surgery.

Deacon had nightmares throughout the episode he wouldn't survive the transplant, and it looked like he was flat lining in the operating room. The doctor came out to tell Rayna he had some bad news about the surgery, but we won't find out what that news is until next season.

Juliette Barnes' post-partum depression continued as she lashed out at everyone in her path.  When her husband, Avery, called her out on ignoring her child in favor of the recording studio, things turned ugly. She ended up throwing a glass snow globe at Avery and the baby, but it missed them and broke against the wall.

Avery ended up leaving with the baby when it became clear Juliette was not going to take time off to get psychiatric help. Instead, she is signing up with Luke Wheeler's record label and tour in a manic effort to get her singing career back on course.

Closeted country star Will Lexington convinced his boyfriend, Kevin Bicks, to deny their relationship at a press conference. Intimate photographs of the couple hit the National Enquirer and threatened to derail Will's career. After seeing how sad Kevin was to deny their relationship, Will ended up coming out at the press conference. After that revelation, Will was able to tell Kevin he loved him for the first time.

On-again, off-again couple Scarlett and Gunnar are pursuing new relationships right now, but they came back together to write a song for Deacon. They ended up close to kissing after singing the song together, and that moment has been coming ever since the two of them sang "Longer" on stage together earlier this season. Sam Palladio, who plays Gunnar, thinks that performance served as a nod to the musical spark his character shared with Scarlett in season one.

Sam says, "It’s this sort of haunting, dark love song, that actually Gunnar springs on Scarlett in the midst of a show, which obviously throws her off the rails a little bit, and the repercussions afterward are quite exciting and dramatic. But that song was a particular favorite from this whole season, actually."

"Longer" is featured on The Music of Nashville Original Soundtrack Season 3, Volume 2, in stores and online this week. Nashville returns for a fourth season on ABC this fall.

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Nashville Notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockChris Stapleton's new album, Traveller, debuts at #2 on Billboard's Country Albums chart this week with more than 27,000 copies sold, according to Nielsen Music. That gives Traveller the best-selling first week of any country debut artist so far this year.

Eric Church has now sold out two shows July 30 and 31 to open Nashville's brand-new Ascend Amphitheater.

Zac Brown Band has teamed up with sandwich shop Jimmy John's to give the restaurant's patrons a free download of the song "Loving You Easy" from their latest album, Jekyll + Hyde.

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