Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Kenny's on TV, Keith's having words with him and Brad and Toby Invitation only!

Kenny Chesney will be all over TV in the next few weeks promoting the release of his new album, Hemingway's Whiskey. On Monday, his CMT Invitation Only special will debut, followed on Tuesday by an appearance on ABC's Good Morning America. On October 1st, he'll perform on the NBC's Tonight Show with Jay Leno and on October 4th, he'll appear on The Ellen Degeneres Show. Hemingway's Whiskey will be released on Tuesday (September 28th).

A Keith Urban fan wanted to know if his two-year-old, Sunday Rose knows her daddy's voice when one of his songs comes on the radio. "She does recognize my voice," Keith said, smiling. "But apparently she recognizes Kenny Chesney as her father, and occasionally, Brad Paisley is daddy, as well ... I'll be having words with both of those gentlemen at some point."

Toby Keith is the next superstar to take the stage when an all-new episode of CMT’s Invitation Only. Toby performs songs from his new album which is in stores October 5, including the title track ―Bullets In the Gun, ―Somewhere Else and his latest single ―Trailerhood. He also performs fan favorites including ―I Love This Bar, Good As I Once Was and more. Keith opens up during a question and answer
session with fans revealing why it was important for him to be a songwriter, his
political platform if he were to run for office and what songs are playing on his iPod

Congratulations seem to be in order for Bucky Covington and his girlfriend, Katherine Cook, who are reportedly engaged. Buckytown USA, a large fan site for Bucky,reports “Word from the St. Joseph’s show is that Katherine is sporting a sparkling rock aka a flashy diamond on her left hand and big smile on her face and even confirmed to several Buckaneers that she and Bucky are indeed ENGAGED!”

Much like she did in Valentine’s Day, Taylor Swift will make a cameo in the upcoming movie Todd vs. High School. Pictured above, Taylor was recently on set of the movie which centers around a genius student who returns to high school to get his degree. No official release date for the movie has been announced, although it was originally scheduled to be released this fall.

Shania Twain is set to release an autobiography next Spring. It will chronicle Twain's rise to prominence from her rural upbringing in Ontario. "There have been moments in my life I was concerned by the reality that tomorrow would never come," Twain said. "Recently I experienced one of those moments to an intensity that brought on a sudden urgency to document my life before I ran out of time, before I had the opportunity to share an honest and complete account of my life, in my own words." Twain's docu-series on OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network will also premiere in the spring.

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