Cole Swindell Salutes the Troops in “Ain’t Worth the Whiskey” Video

 Image Courtesy Jim Wright/WarnerCole Swindell is saluting the troops in his new video for "Ain't Worth the Whiskey."

The clip was shot at Nashville's Silver Dollar Saloon and features an appearance by Kyle Davis, a friend of Cole's who has served five tours of duty in the Middle East with U.S. Special Forces. Cole had Kyle join him onstage for a sing-along of "Ain't Worth the Whiskey." It's the latest single from Cole's self-titled debut album, available now.

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Luke Bryan Releases “Spring Breakdown” Video from New Album, “Spring Break…Checkin’ Out”

Image Courtesy Schmidt RelationsLuke Bryan's new video, "Spring Breakdown," is now live at Vevo. The clip features footage from his past six Spring Break shows in Panama City Beach, FL, as well as behind-the-scenes video of Luke recording the song earlier this year.

"Spring Breakdown" is included on Luke's new album, Spring Break…Checkin' Out, coming Tuesday. The project includes five brand-new songs as well as all the tracks from last year's Spring Break EP.

Luke will perform his final Spring Break shows in Florida this Wednesday and Thursday at Spinnaker Beach Club. More than 230,000 fans attended last year's shows.

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All Veteran’s Appreciation Night

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All Veteran’s from all branches of the military past and present are invited to The All Veteran’s Appreciation Night Dinner! This is a FREE dinner for Veteran’s and their families but seating is limited….to the first 450 people! Please RSVP number of attendees at 522-6371 by March 23rd. Thank you to all Veteran’s for serving […]

Country Star Trivia

Comstock/ThinkstockJason Aldean's fiancée, Brittany Kerr, was once a contestant on which TV singing competition? ANSWER: American Idol.

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Jason Aldean Introducing His Brand of Country Music to Europe

Image Courtesy CMAJason Aldean closes out his first-ever shows in Europe this weekend as the C2C Country to Country Festival wraps up. He's on the bill with Lady Antebellum, Brantley Gilbert and Florida Georgia Line at London's O2 Arena Saturday and Sunday, and Jason has had a blast playing tourist in between shows in Sweden, Ireland and Norway.

Before he left for the trek, Jason said, "I think it's fun to go see things and be a tourist and get to play for people who have never heard your music or seen a show or any of that stuff."

A big reason Jason wanted to tour in Europe is to introduce fans to his more aggressive style of country music.

"I still think there's a lot of misconceptions around the world about what country music is. Like, what today's country music is," Jason explains. "For us to be able to go, 'OK, this ain't your grandaddy's country music anymore. This is what it is.' And it's completely different than what, I think, a lot of people think."

In the future, Jason hopes to play more shows in Europe and possibly expand these package concerts to other continents, too.

Says Jason, "I think it would be huge, not only for me, but for country music in general."

Jason brings his tour back home to the U.S. March 26 with a show in Toledo, Ohio.

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