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Megan Pacella

Megan Pacella has been writing about all genres of music since 2007. Her work has been published in Fringe, Brite, Paste, Nashville Lifestyles and American Songwriter. Aside from spending a summer in New York City (where she met her fiance!), Megan has been living, working and playing in Nashville, Tenn., since 2003. When she's not blogging about country music, you can find her gardening, kayaking, hiking, drinking lots of coffee, and--most importantly--cuddling with her golden retriever, Gibson.
Kelly Clarkson
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Kelly Clarkson to Perform at President Obama’s Inauguration

Election season came to an end months ago (thank goodness), but President Obama hasn't been inaugurated for his second term just yet. On January 21, several celebs will descend on the White House to perform during the president's official welcome while the nation watches at home. An avid Obama supporter, Kelly Clarkson will be there to sing her heart out.

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Zac Brown Band
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Zac Brown Band to Sing National Anthem Before BCS National Championship Game

When the BCS National Championship game airs on Monday (Jan. 7), football fans are in for a real treat. Whether you side with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish or the Alabama Tide, you'll enjoy the pre-game entertainment, as Zac Brown Band is set to sing the National Anthem.

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Taylor Swift

Walk Off the Earth Deliver Awesome Vocal Cover of Taylor Swift’s ‘I Knew You Were Trouble’

Nobody can beat Taylor Swift at her own game, but if anyone comes close to creating a comparable cover of the country crossover star's hit song 'I Knew You Were Trouble,' it's the Canadian indie band Walk Off the Earth. The five-member group created a stunning remake of her new song from 'Red,' and it's quickly becoming a YouTube sensation.

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Natalie Maines
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Natalie Maines Completes First Solo Album

It's been quite a while since country music fans have heard new material from the Dixie Chicks, but that isn't going to stop the trio's lead singer Natalie Maines from singing. Maines has finished recording her first solo album, which will hit store shelves and digital retailers this spring.

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Jana Kramer and Brantley Gilbert
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Jana Kramer and Brantley Gilbert Buy a House Together

Things seem to be going well for Jana Kramer and Brantley Gilbert, as is evident by a rumored recent purchase -- and it's a big one.

The fellow country singers' romance has been heating up this winter, and apparently that's been topped by Kramer a

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Kelly Clarkson
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Kelly Clarkson Visits Sick Kids for Christmas

Always one to use her singing talents for the greater good, Kelly Clarkson stopped by Monroe Carrell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt on Dec. 21 to spread some holiday cheer. Clarkson sang a few songs and celebrated the season with patients and staff at the hospital in her hometown of Nashville.

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Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton
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Blake’s Special Christmas Gift for Miranda

Blake Shelton isn't the kind of guy who goes to the mall to buy his wife a few sweaters for Christmas. Instead, the popular country crooner tuned in to his creative energies to design a piece of jewelry that will appeal to Miranda Lambert's animal-loving side.

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Merle Haggard
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Merle Haggard Preparing in Case World Ends

While most of us are preparing for the holidays, a select few are concerned that on Friday, December 21, Mayan prophecies will come true and the world will end. Even Merle Haggard is trying to figure out what to do with his stock portfolio in light of the potential apocalypse.

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Justin Moore
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Justin Moore Turns Show Into Powerful Vigil for Connecticut Shooting Victims

Justin Moore must have had a tough time concentrating on his show in Jacksonville, Fla. on Friday night (Dec. 14). After a national tragedy struck Newtown, Conn. when a young man broke into an elementary school and killed 27 people, many children, Moore had to stop and weep with America.

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