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by Kristi Lee // Tuesday, February 24, 2009 // Upfront, News // 0 Comments


Toby Keith

After headlines and amateur video surfaced about Toby Keith's confrontation with a fan who threw a beer onstage at his Kentucky concert last week, he hasn't said much on the issue. 

As Toby explains, he loves performing live so it takes a lot to get him riled up, and he's not concerned about his reaction:  


"Thank God we've got what we've got and we can come here every day and do what we do. So, you've gotta hate on me first... You wanna get me going, you've gotta hate on me first. It doesn't matter to me. I don't care. You know, it's pretty hard to go out there and say you pray the serenity prayer all the time and then back off and act like it really does matter to you, these other things. 'Cause you can ask the people closest to me my promoter, my booking agent, my manager, my band, people that are around me everyday - I really don’t care... [laughs] I really don't care."



by admin // Monday, February 23, 2009 // News, Upfront // 0 Comments


Sugarland will be spending the month of March on their first European tour, hitting seven countries in eleven days.  The tour will kick off at the U.S. military installation in Italy from March 6-8 followed by stops in France, Germany, the Netherlands, England, Ireland and Scotland. 

by admin // Friday, February 20, 2009 // News, Upfront // 0 Comments

cowboys stadium

Texas native George Strait will headline the opening of the new Dallas Cowboys' Stadium on June 6, along with Reba McEntire, Blake Shelton and Julianne Hough.  Tickets go on sale February 28 at 10am EST on www.ticketmaster.com

"I grew up in South Texas and have always been a Dallas Cowboys fan. I have a lot of great memories from playing the many shows we did at Texas Stadium, as well as watching America's team win their share of Super Bowls,” said Strait. “I am very excited about having the opportunity to do the first concert ever in the magnificent new Cowboys stadium and share this momentous occasion with all the incredible country music fans in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area."

The stadium is going to be the largest and most technologically advanced sports and entertainment venue around the world with a capacity of 80,000 to 100,000 people.  It's already scheduled to host the 2011 Super Bowl, the 2010 NBA All-Star Game and the 2014 NCAA's Final Four.  For more information on the stadium, visit the website

by admin // Friday, February 20, 2009 // News, Upfront // 0 Comments

rascal flatts

Rascal Flatt's rocked Madison Square Garden last Thursday (February 12) and set a record while doing it.  They are the first country act to sell out shows three consecutive years at the Garden, which comes to a grand total of 45,000 tickets sold.  Their next tour stop is with Jessica Simpson as the opening act in Boise, ID on February 25.