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Oak Ridge Boys
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Oak Ridge Boys Talk Hopeful Hall of Fame Induction, Friendship with Kenny Rogers and the Story of ‘Elvira’

The Oak Ridge Boys have survived all the changes in country music with a large and loyal fan base that still keeps them on the road today. It's amazing that these four guys, who've been together since 1973, still have a busy touring schedule and just became official members of the Grand Ole Opry. On top of that, on September 19, they are releasing a new collection of music through Cracker Barrel stores titled 'It's Only Natural.'

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Jean Shepard
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Jean Shepard Discusses Hall of Fame Induction and Being a Pioneer for Women in Country Music

Jean Shepard is a new member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, receiving the highest honor in country music. Ms. Shepard, now 77, broke through in 1953 with the No. 1 hit 'A Dear John Letter,' a duet with Ferlin Husky. Alongside Goldie Hill and The Davis Sisters, the Opry legend was one of the first female artists to have a No. 1 hit that year, and she is the only living artist from that year's chart toppers, which included Hank Williams, Sr., Marty Robbins and Jim Reeves.

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Ronnie Dunn
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Ronnie Dunn Regrets Passing Up Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert’s Wedding Invitation

Ronnie Dunn recently admitted that he wishes he had attended Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert's wedding, but he says "I was busy doing stuff for the new record." The 'Bleed Red' singer tells WGNA, "I hear it was fun! Janine, my wife, was razzin' me yesterday. She says, 'I wanted to go so bad!'" The honky tonk legend adds that he regrets passing up the invitation after learning what was on the menu: "I heard they had deer, or venison, all kinds of fresh kill."

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Toby Keith
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Toby Keith’s ‘Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue’ Helped Bring POW Patrick Miller Home on This Day

April 13 marks a day of celebration and inspiration, and is a reminder that many men and women are still serving overseas. On this date in 2003, Private First Class Patrick Miller was rescued while being held captive in Iraq. Miller turned to Toby Keith's song 'Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue' for strength and hope.

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