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Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockDustin Lynch's new single, "Mind Reader," will be released to country radio on September 28. It's included on his latest album, Where It's At. Brett Eldredge will appear on ABC's The Chew on Friday, September 25. Sam ...

Don Henley Says Dolly Parton Was in the Hospital Just Before Shooting “When I Stop Dreaming” Video

Webster PRDolly Parton walked out of the hospital in Los Angeles a few months ago to film the video for her collaboration with Don Henley, "When I Stop Dreaming." During a keynote address at the Americana Music Festival in Nashville Thursday, Don says Dolly got up out of the hospital bed to shoot the clip. She told him, "I've got a medical issue, but I'm gonna be there."

Don says he guesses Dolly went back to the hospital after shooting the video. He goes on to say Dolly thanked everyone on set before leaving.

According to Dolly's rep, she's now in great health. Look for her to make several media appearances in the coming weeks to promote the NBC TV movie based on her childhood, Coat of Many Colors, premiering December 10.

"When I Stop Dreaming" is included on Don's new album, Cass County, due out September 25.

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Brantley Gilbert Honors Fallen Heroes with Massive Chattanooga Unite Concert

Valory Music Co.More than 80,000 people showed up to help Brantley Gilbert honor five fallen service members at Wednesday night's Chattanooga Unite: A Tribute on the River event.  The concert served as a tribute to the military personnel who were killed in a July 16 shooting at a military recruitment facility in Chattanooga.

During the show, Brantley told the crowd, "We all know why we’re here. We’re here to mourn and we’re here to grieve but we’re also here to celebrate the lives and the legacies of those we lost."

Family and friends of the fallen soldiers were on hand for the concert. Brantley told them, " We can’t bring your husbands, brothers or sons back, but hopefully we can make you smile tonight."

Trace Adkins, Colt Ford, Harry Connick, Jr., Jamey Johnson and Aaron Lewis also performed during the concert. Chattanooga native Samuel L. Jackson emceed the event. Donations from the concert have now topped $230,000 with proceeds going to The National Compassion Fund.

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