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Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockLady Antebellum's Hillary Scott shared her favorite Breakfast casserole recipe on Instagram Friday.

 

 

Sara Evans appears on ABC's The Chew on Thursday, March 26.

Blake Shelton played for more than 75,000 fans at the Houston Rodeo Thursday.

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Gary Allan Taps Into the Motown Vibe for Latest Single, “Hangover Tonight”

Image Courtesy CMAGary Allan found a song he really loved for his next album, but someone else recorded the Motown-inspired track before he could hit the studio. As a result, Gary met up with the writers of the song -- Chris Stapleton and Jesse Frasure -- to write another song with that soulful vibe he liked in the first song. That's how Gary came up with his latest single, "Hangover Tonight."

Gary tells ABC Radio, "I got together with 'em, wrote three songs and all three of 'em made the record."

"Hangover Tonight" is actually about a guy trying to keep his wits and moderate his drinking as he tries to get somewhere with his love interest. As for a real hangover, Gary admits it's more difficult to recover from a night of drinking now than it was in his younger days.

"Lord knows I can't drink or smoke like I could," Gary admits, "but for me, I gotta run through it. I gotta get up and exercise. Like, I can't chemical up or chemical down. That just builds on me. So, I have to get up and I have to sweat it out."

"Hangover Tonight" is the lead single from Gary's upcoming studio album, due out later this year.

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Gary Allan Taps Into the Motown Vibe for Latest Single, “Hangover Tonight”

Image Courtesy CMAGary Allan found a song he really loved for his next album, but someone else recorded the Motown-inspired track before he could hit the studio. As a result, Gary met up with the writers of the song -- Chris Stapleton and Jesse Frasure -- to write another song with that soulful vibe he liked in the first song. That's how Gary came up with his latest single, "Hangover Tonight."

Gary tells ABC Radio, "I got together with 'em, wrote three songs and all three of 'em made the record."

"Hangover Tonight" is actually about a guy trying to keep his wits and moderate his drinking as he tries to get somewhere with his love interest. As for a real hangover, Gary admits it's more difficult to recover from a night of drinking now than it was in his younger days.

"Lord knows I can't drink or smoke like I could," Gary admits, "but for me, I gotta run through it. I gotta get up and exercise. Like, I can't chemical up or chemical down. That just builds on me. So, I have to get up and I have to sweat it out."

"Hangover Tonight" is the lead single from Gary's upcoming studio album, due out later this year.

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Dierks Bentley Joins “Nashville” Cast Members for African Children’s Choir Benefit Concert

Image Courtesy Nino Munoz/Capitol NashvilleDierks Bentley and several cast members from Nashville are performing a benefit concert for the African Children's Choir this Sunday. The show takes place at 3rd & Lindsley in Music City in celebration of the choir's 30th anniversary.

Nashville's Connie Britton, Lennon and Maisy Stella and Charles Esten join Dierks on the bill along with pop/gospel star Amy Grant. Proceeds from the concert go to the African Children's Choir in their efforts to educate children and provide relief and development programs across Africa.

 Go to AfricanChildrensChoir.com for more details.

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Dierks Bentley Joins “Nashville” Cast Members for African Children’s Choir Benefit Concert

Image Courtesy Nino Munoz/Capitol NashvilleDierks Bentley and several cast members from Nashville are performing a benefit concert for the African Children's Choir this Sunday. The show takes place at 3rd & Lindsley in Music City in celebration of the choir's 30th anniversary.

Nashville's Connie Britton, Lennon and Maisy Stella and Charles Esten join Dierks on the bill along with pop/gospel star Amy Grant. Proceeds from the concert go to the African Children's Choir in their efforts to educate children and provide relief and development programs across Africa.

 Go to AfricanChildrensChoir.com for more details.

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Dierks Bentley Joins “Nashville” Cast Members for African Children’s Choir Benefit Concert

Image Courtesy Nino Munoz/Capitol NashvilleDierks Bentley and several cast members from Nashville are performing a benefit concert for the African Children's Choir this Sunday. The show takes place at 3rd & Lindsley in Music City in celebration of the choir's 30th anniversary.

Nashville's Connie Britton, Lennon and Maisy Stella and Charles Esten join Dierks on the bill along with pop/gospel star Amy Grant. Proceeds from the concert go to the African Children's Choir in their efforts to educate children and provide relief and development programs across Africa.

 Go to AfricanChildrensChoir.com for more details.

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