Meet The DJ's

Buck Geiger in the Morning


The newest member of the KKAJ team hails from San Diego, CA - With over 40 years in broadcasting, Chuck
is making Texoma his home, along with wife of 39 years Janis, and their two Pomeranian's Montana and Bear.

He enjoys Country music, concerts, outdoors, gardening, model railroading and trains, and visiting his children and
grandchildren when possible.

Chuck can be heard 6a-10a Monday-Friday and will continue the spirit, love, passion
and drive for the music and community that Win was famous for. 

Sam


(BIO COMING SOON)









 

ROB CARTER


Rob Carter's radio career began right here at 95.7 KKAJ back in 1984.

The Outdoor Life Network chose Rob to narrate some of their programming, including the shows "Northwest Hunter" and "Hunting the Country".

Rob has been nominated three times for Personality of the Year from the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters.

JIMMY GREEN


Jimmy joins us from our sister station, The Ranch, in Fort Worth.

After getting a broadcasting degree from UTA, he worked his way up in country radio, starting out as a promotions assistant and eventually becoming an on-air personality. 

He's a big fan of red dirt and classic country and has a huge passion for radio. 

He spends his downtime watching horror movies, playing guitar (badly), and going to local concerts.

IN MEMORIUM


Win Patton.

95.7 KKAJ Show Topics

LIVE ON THE LINE: Kevin Costner


Kevin Costner & Modern West will be kicking off their 2015 performing year in Ardmore on Friday and our news director, Kevin Kerr got a chance to chat with Costner a litle about Hollywood, the band, who his inspirations were, performing at the Grand Ole Opry (THREE TIMES) and living the life of not only an actor and musician, but also as a dad.
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All Things Win Patton


Help us celebrate the life of Win Patton by going back through some of his best moments through pictures, videos and interviews throughout the years.
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LIVE IN THE STUDIO: Dalton Domino


Win Patton had Texas artist Dalton Domino (seriously cool name, right?) in the studio Tuesday morning and talked about how Dalton got his song into Win's head.
PLUS, he played an exclusive track LIVE in the studio.

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Ardmore Native gets a hit with Rascal Flatts


Ardmore native Jaron Boyer is enjoying his life right now with a couple of his tunes moving up the Country Music charts.

Rascal Flatts curret hit "Riot" & Dustin Lynch's  "Hell Of A Night"  are 2 of his babies...
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LIVE IN THE STUDIO: Troy Cartwright


Watch a liver performance by Troy Cartwright in our studios and listen to Win Patton talk with Troy about songwriting, his writing inspirations, changes in his life since he began to perform and get his contact information in bonus clips!
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Win Patton's Top 5 Walking Dead Spinoff ideas


The Walking Dead returns this Sunday after a holiday hiatus. In honor of this and the impending release of the companion series, Win Patton has laid out his Top 5 ideas for potential Walking Dead Spinoffs.
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Live on the Line: Craig Wayne Boyd


Win Patton got NBC's The Voice winner Craig Wayne Boyd on the KKAJ lines earlier this morning to talk about his rise to stardom and the process of being on the show.
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LIVE ON AIR: Cody Canada


Win Patton had Cody Canada of Cody Canada & The Departed on the phone this morning to talk about his new record, "HippieLovePunk," reuniting with some old faces from the "early days" of his career and the inclusion of his own son on one of the album's tracks.
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Blake snags another The Voice winner in Craig Wayne Boyd


It seems Win has the magic touch, as last night, Boyd won the whole darn thing, giving Blake ANOTHER trophy-winning contestant in his corner!
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Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line headlinea ACC Awards


The American Country Countdown Awards aired last night live from Nashville's Music City Center on Fox and featured performances from Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line and Miranda Lambert, just to name a few.
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More than 5,000 presents collected for Children in Nashville by CMA


Thanks to the overwhelming generosity of the Country Music industry and fans, the holidays will be a little brighter for children in Middle Tennessee. CMA collected more than 5,000 toys that will be distributed to deserving children by the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Foundation this year.
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Paisley and Friends debut 'My Country Nation" Youtube Channel


The new YouTube channel My Country Nation is taking country music fans into homes, on the road and even into the woods with some of the format’s newest, biggest and brightest stars.
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Garth says YouTube is 'The Devil'


Garth Brooks is known for his stance against digital media. We were even confident here at KKAJ that his latest album title, "Man Against Machine" was a direct feeling toward technology.
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Trace Adkins kicks off Christmas Tour


Trace Adkins hasn’t written his letter to Santa yet, but he has been thinking about Christmas. Especially since his Christmas tour is kicking off tonight in West Point, N.Y.
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Frankie Ballard will not jump out of a plane for No. 1 'Sunshine and Whiskey'


Frankie Ballard just notched his second straight No. 1 song with “Sushine & Whiskey” and now has to figure out some appropriate way to celebrate the milestone. While his Warner Music labelmate Brett Eldredge does high-adrenaline stunts like jumping out of airplanes, Frankie says he prefers buying “fancy s--t.”
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Jason Aldean, Eric Church, Carrie Underwood and Brett Eldredge set to perform on


Not only did Jason Aldean, Eric Church, Carrie Underwood and Brett Eldredge score nominations for the new American Country Countdown Awards, these finalists have also signed on to perform at the inaugural event taking place Dec. 15 in Nashville.
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Tickets for Garth Brooks live in Tulsa now on sale


With Garth Brooks announcing tour dates one city at a time, there's no telling where his next location might be, or if he'll even be in the neighborhood again during his travels. So Oklahoma residents, Tulsa may be your one shot!
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Main Street Trick or Treat/KKAJ Costume Contest 2014


The little Goblins and Ghouls turned out in force for the 2014 KKAJ Costume Contest and Main Street Ardmore Trick or Treat.

LIVE ON AIR: Win and Wade Bowen in the morning


Our own Win Patton took a phone call from the one, the only, Wade Bowen on Tuesday and talked a little bit of shop, new album, new music, new Wade, and got a little preview of what will come for our Black Friday Bash coming Nov. 28.
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Kenny Chesney shares intimate new song 'Til It's Gone'


Kenny Chesney took the stage at Athens, Georgia’s historic Georgia Theater to share a surprise night of music – classics, covers and new songs – with the No Shoes Nation.
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Josh Abbott comes clean with new 'Tuesday Night' EP


He hasn’t completely given up tacos and beer, but Josh Abbott made a lot of healthy changes before the release of the Josh Abbott Band’s Tuesday Night EP. And, according to Josh, they were much needed.
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2014 AMA nominees announced


Nominees for the 2014 American Music Awards were announced on Good Morning America today (Oct. 13). The Artist of the Year category was expanded to 10 nominees this year, including a bid for country crooner Luke Bryan, who will face some stiff competition against fellow nominees Beyoncé, Pharrell Williams and Katy Perry, among others.
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Junior Brown debuts 'Breaking Bad' spinoff song


Any Breaking Bad fans out there?
Well, for those that love Saul and all his sleezy lawyer antics, get ready for some excellent news regarding his upcoming spinoff series.
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Women destroy Paisley in new video for 'Perfet Storm'


Apparently, a lot of women are destroying a lot of men just by wearing T-shirts. That's the impression I get watching Brad Paisley's new video for "Perfect Storm" which premiered Tuesday.
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Carrie Underwood sets 2014 record with 'Something in the Water' release


We all knew Carrie Underwood's new single was a special one that was going to leave quite an impression on the hearts of all her fans, but I don't think anyone realized just how strong that mark would be.
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Tim McGraw sits on top for 15th time


Country music icon Tim McGraw claimed his 15th No. one album debut on the Billboard Country Albums chart this week with the release of Sundown Heaven Town(Big Machine Records). The multi-platinum selling artist’s latest chart-topper received high praise from critics, while his new single, “Shotgun Rider,” shoots up the charts.
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Garth breaks his own record... again


Garth Brooks has beaten his own personal record for tickets sold in Florida. The record was previously set during his five shows played from Feburary 27th through March 4th in 1997 at the Jacksonville Coliseum. Those 56,243 paid admissions broke Elvis Presley’s 1975 record. Garth has now surpassed that number and is still selling.
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Fans, family happy to see Randy Travis out and about


Randy Travis has made a rare public appearance since having a stroke last year. KXII-TV reports Randy and his fiancee’, Mary Davis, showed up to the Four Rivers Outreach fundraising banquet in Denison, Texas, on Thursday.
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Florida Georgia Line announce 'Anything Goes' special edition at Target


Florida Georgia Line’s forthcoming sophomore album, Anything Goes, due out Oct. 14 on Republic Nashville, is certainly a big moment for the breakout duo with all the expectations that follow the kind of success they’ve experienced.
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Tim McGraw focuses on what's important in 'Sunday Heaven Town'


Tim McGraw’s latest album may be titled Sundown Heaven Town, but fans are no doubt ready for sunrise on Tuesday, Sept. 16, when the collection hits stores.
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The Bacon Brothers debut '493 Miles' off '36 Cents' album


When he's not running from Graboids or dancing in an abandoned warehouse, Kevin Bacon is still a busy man. Since 1995, he's been performing with his brother, Michael Bacon, in a group... The Bacon Brothers.
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Garth Brooks brings daughter on stage for final Chicago show


When Garth Brooks took the stage for his final Chicago show on Sunday night (Sept. 14), there was one more rookie in his backing band. She was in a red plaid shirt, skinny jeans and tan booties with her dark hair pulled back in a ponytail. She looked like a teenager because she is a teenager. His teenager.
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Charlie Daniels hosts fundraiser for the Journey Home Project


Charlie Daniels, always known as one of the industry’s most charitable stars, hosted a benefit dinner at the Palm restaurant in Nashville, Tuesday night (Sept. 9), to support the Journey Home Project, an organization founded by Charlie this year.
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Tearful Underwood tearfully accepts Special Achievement Award


Carrie Underwood shed a few tears Tuesday night at the ACM Honors ceremony in Nashville during an evening that also included acceptance speeches from Ronnie Milsap, Rascal Flatts and Kris Kristofferson.
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Miranda Lambert leads nods for CMA Awards


Once again, Miranda Lambert leads the pack of CMA Awards nominees. With nine nods this year, the "Automatic" singer ties her own record for the most of any female artist in the 48 year history of the awards.
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IN THE KKAJ STUDIO: Jon Wolfe


Jon Wolfe absolutely CRUSHED a exclusive performance of his potential new single, "This Singin' Thing."
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IN THE STUDIO: U.S. Rep. Tom Cole


U.S. Representative Tom Cole stopped by the Southern Oklahoma Radio Center on Wednesday to discuss issues up in Washington D.C. while Congress is on break. He covered a number of topics with our News Director, Kevin Kerr.
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Trisha Yearwood announces deal with Sony


It was only a matter of time before this announcement came.
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Willie Nelson, Neil Young holding concert to draw support on stopping Keystone L


The general public is split on the topic of the Keystone Pipeline project, but Willie and Neil are strongly on the side of the Native Americans, and will have a concert in September to draw more support.
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Reba has her fans 'Pray for Peace' in latest video


We posted an article not too long ago where Reba was asking fans to submit their videos for her latest music video. Now, it's a finished product!
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Strait's final concert to be aired as CMT special, released as live album


Did you go see George Strait at his final show in Dallas? If not, then you still have a chance to catch it!
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Paisley leaks another song from NASA


Brad Paisley is going out of this world with his next single debut!
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Taylor Swift is now officially a pop artist with upcoming album


Taylor announced her fifth album yesterday, and FINALLY declared herself a pop artist. *GASP!*
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Country Stars taking the ice bucket challenge for a good cause


Videos are popping up all over featuring Luke Bryan, Chase Rice, Dierks Bentley and other stars dumping buckets of ice water over their heads.
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Swift brings style, skill to 'The Giver'


Taylor Swift is back on the silver screen in The Giver, which premiered in New York City on Monday night (Aug. 11). Wearing a lovely, dual-toned gown by Monique Lhuillier, she walked the red carpet at the Ziegfeld Theater, posing for photos with co-stars Brenton Thwaites, Katie Holmes, Odeya Rush and Cameron Monaghan.
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BLake Shelton to be featured on Streisand's duets album


Barbara Streisand announced her duets album recently and made it official this morning as to who might be on the album, and includes one of our favorite country artists!
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Kacey musgraves announces 'Same Tour Different Park Trailer' tour schedule


She’s already toured with Lady Antebellum, Willie Nelson, Alison Krauss and a slew of fellow Texas artists and she’s just started as the opener on Katy Perry’s Prismatic World Tour, but Kacey Musgraves isn’t wasting any time announcing her first headlining tour.
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Is Taylor Swift teasing a new album?


Taylor Swift has revealed plans for a live streaming event that will take place Aug. 18, but fans are still in the dark about exactly what she's planning.
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Luke Bryan sets Gillette Stadium record


Luke Bryan broke the attendance record for a single-day country music concert at Gillette Stadium near Boston on Sunday night (Aug. 10) with more than 60,000 fans in attendance.
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Country music takes home awards at Teen Choice Awards


Unless you have young children, you probably didn't catch the Teen Choice Awards last night. Regardless, if you watched or not, Country music did represent well, bringing home four awards.
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LeAnn Rimes is back with new music, new show


When LeAnn Rimes returns to the spotlight, she does it in a big way. Not only is her new reality TV show, LeAnn & Eddie, airing weekly on VH1, but she has returned to the music charts as well with the release of her new remix album. 
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Big & Rich releasing new album in September


Saddle up your horses. Big & Rich are riding back into your city.
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Florida Georgia Line racks up Platinum, Gold certifications


Florida Georgia Line continue to rack up stunning platinum certifications from the Recording Industry Association of America.
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Blake pays homage to home with upcoming album


By now you've heard that Blake Shelton has a new album coming out in September. But one of the coolest parts (so far) is the cover.
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Danielle Bradbery is taking your cover song requests


For the next six weeks, Danielle Bradbery is taking requests on her Vevo channel for what songs her fans would like to hear her cover.
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Jake Owen to host 8th Annual ACM Honors


Jake Owen has been announced as this year’s host for the 8th Annual ACM Honors, an event that recognizes members of the country music community—both celebrities and executives—with musical tributes and special presentations.
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Urban pens plea for historic downtown preservation in Nashville paper


Keith Urban has written an editorial advocating the historic preservation of country music landmarks.
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'Roller Coaster' is role reversal for Luke Bryan and his guitar player


For nearly 20 years, Michael Carter has been playing Luke Bryan's songs. And now Byran is singing one of Carter's.
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You can live where Garth did... in Malibu... for a lot of money


Garth is about to hit the road for his first World Tour in a decade or so, and his wife, Trisha Yearwood will most likely be joining him. So what would the couple need with their Malibu home while they're on the road?
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Taylor Swift performing on this year's MTV VMAs


ENews! is reporting that Taylor Swift will be performing at this year's MTV Video Music Awards!
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Miranda Lambert making film debut in comedy


Miranda Lambert might be moving into the world of Hollywood acting. Deadline Hollywood released an article yesterday saying Lambert is collaborating on a female comedy script called "Something in the Water," penned by Trey Fanjoy, a noted country music video director, and screenwriter Cindy McCreery.
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Kellie Pickler getting animated in her next gig


Kellie Pickler can sing like bird, dances like a ballroom champion (because she is one) and no doubt is going to be perfect in her next venture -- voicing a character in VeggieTales, the wildly-popular children's animated series.
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Garth Brooks announces Atlanta as second city on World Tour


Garth Brooks has confirmed Atlanta as the second city of his world tour with a Sept. 19 concert scheduled at the Philips Arena.
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Toby Keith tops Forbes list of top-paid country artists


Toby Keith tops Forbes magazine's list of country music's top-paid artists for 2014 with estimated earnings of $65 million.
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How does Miranda Lambert travel? In Style!!


Miranda Lambert has gutted the inside of her trusty ole tour bus and transformed it into a cottage on wheels just in time for her Platinum Tour. 
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Keith Urban councert results in numerous alcohol-related incidents


Keith Urban is such a remarkable entertainer, you just wouldn’t want to miss a second of one of his shows. But that’s exactly what dozens did during his Saturday (July 26) show at Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Mass., near Boston.
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Brad Paisley leaks preview for 'Moonshine in the Trunk'


Brad Paisley kept his fans entertained on Saturday night (July 26)—and not just the ones at his concert in North Dakota. Before hitting the stage, Brad took to his Twitter page to leak a short YouTube video of two-second clips of each song from his forthcoming Moonshine in the Trunk album.
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Timm McGraw reveals tracks for 'Sundown Heaven Town'


Tim McGraw is just weeks into his new Sundown Heaven Town Tour, and he is now ready to give fans even more.Tim has revealed his forthcoming new album, Sundown Heaven Town, will be released on Tuesday, Sept. 16.
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Garth sells out 10 shows in Chicago in three hours


Tickets for Garth Brooks' comeback tour went on sale Friday morning (July 25). As expected, what started as an onsale date for just one show -- the first stop on his worldwide tour on Sept. 4 in Chicago -- quickly turned into a ticket frenzy for 10 concerts. An estimated 180,000 tickets were sold in less than three hours.
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Blake boots Lambert for top album spot


Blake Shelton is probably serving his wife, Miranda Lambert, breakfast in bed this week to ease the sting of his Based on a True Story knocking her Platinum off the top of Billboard's country albums chart.
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Blake does 'Blake' at Wrigley Field


Blake Shelton was just being himself. That may have been bad news for the Nashville executives who booked his Saturday night show (July 19), but it was very well-received news for the capacity crowd at Wrigley Field.
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Gene Autry Rodeo names 2014 Rodeo Queen


Last week, we had the Gene Autry Rodeo Queen Candidates in the KKAJ studios for some insight into what made them love one of Oklahoma’s favorite sporting events. All three candidates went through the ringer selling tickets and collecting votes, and this morning we have a winner.
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Shania gets big Vegas honor


Shania Twain has been drawing raves for her Las Vegas production, Shania: Still the One, since the show premiered in December of 2012 at Caesars Palace. Now, she's received an official honor for...
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Tim McGraw: What really happened in Atlanta


There's a new video circulating of Tim McGraw trying to defend himself when a fan reaches out and grabs him during a concert. But the headlines that say things like "Tim McGraw Slaps a Fan" seem to have it all wrong.
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Keith Urban hologram mall tour hits Australia


Keith Urban might not get as much time as he’d like to spend with his fans in Australia, but now, thanks to a new hologram, things are different. Fans Down Under can now see Keith perform his latest single, “Somewhere in My Car,” virtually.
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Brett Eldredge cleebrates No. 1 'Beat of the Music' with a shark dive


Brett Eldredge found another unique way to celebrate a No. 1 hit. To mark the occasion of “Beat of the Music” hitting the top spot, he dove into shark-filled waters off the coast of the Bahamas, Wednesday (July 16).
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Little Big Town joins the new album wagon, announcing 'Pain Killer'


We believe music can be therapeutic, but medicinal? Maybe! We’ll find out on Oct. 21 when Little Big Town releases their new album, Pain Killer.
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Jerrod Niemann found his way into Garth's kitchen


Richie Brown was the biggest Garth Brooks fan Jerrod Niemann ever knew. They went to college together in Texas, and Niemann told me Brown would always tell him -- and anyone else who was listening -- I'm gonna write with Garth Brooks someday."
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Garth Brooks' comback tour will start in Chicago


On Monday afternoon, Garth Brooks revealed his comeback tour will kick off in Chicago, then this morning, he revealed it begins Sept. 4 at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Ill., just about 15 miles northwest of downtown Chicago.
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Carrie Underwood's 'Sound of Music Live,' 'The Voice' land Emmy noms


Carrie Underwood's 'The Sound of Music Live' and 'The Voice,' which features country music superstar Blake Shelton, both got Emmy nominations over the weekend, which puts country music right at the forefront of modern television.
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Garth Brooks announces new music, partnership with Sony, addresses world tour, I


True to his word, Garth Brooks is returning to the music business following a more than decade-long retirement from both touring and recording new music.
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Loretta Lynn to received Lifetime Achievement Award from Americana Music Associa


Loretta Lynn will add another honor to her career list when she receives the Lifetime Achievement Award for Songwriting from the Americana Music Association. The award will be presented at the association’s 13th Annual Honors & Awards ceremony, presented by Nissan, Sept. 17 at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.
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Dierks' Miles & Music brings him back to earth


For months now, Dierks Bentley has been high in the sky. His "Drunk on a Plane" has been taking off and climbing higher and higher on the country charts. But now it's time for Bentley to get down to work on his Miles & Music for Kids charity concert and motorcycle ride on land.
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Carrie Underwood performing with Jay Z, No Doubt, fun., others in free festival


Carrie Underwood, Jay Z, No Doubt, fun., the Roots and Tiesto will perform in New York's Central Park on Sept. 27 during the third annual Global Citizen Festival. The free event is part of a campaign to achieve a world without extreme poverty by 2030.
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IN THE KKAJ STUDIO: Kayla Adams


Win Patton had up-and-coming artist Kayla Adams in the KKAJ studios this morning and had a great time interviewing her.
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Lambert receives praise for recent weight loss, song writing


Miranda Lambert is turning heads lately with her music and her figure.  The Automatic singer has worked hard to lose weight and fans are definitely noticing.
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Brett Eldredge releases 'Mean to Me'


It's a big week for Bret Eldgedge, and now he's release audio for his ultra-romantic song 'Mean to Me."
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Did Shania Twain kill Mark McGrath?


Let me get this straight. Mark McGrath, lead vocalist of the '90s rock band Sugar Ray, once did a duet with Shania Twain. And now he's saying that country music is where pop stars go to die.
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Eldredge, Wynonna karaoke with ACM Lifting Lives Music campers


Brett Eldredge can remember being part of the ACM Lifting Lives Music Camp a couple of years ago as primarily a songwriter, before garnering No. 1 hits like “Don’t Ya.” Wednesday night, Brett once again participated in the camp, but this time as a better-known singer and entertainer. Brett and Wynonna Judd joined the ACM Lifting Lives campers for a fun evening of karaoke singing at Nashville club Winners Bar & Grill.
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Songs by Kenny chesney, Jake Owen to be featured in Broadway musical


For the first time in Broadway history, the New York Musical Theatre Festival is bringing country music’s biggest hits to the stage in a new production titled Somewhere With You.
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Trace Adkins inducted into Louisiana Music Hall of Fame


Trace Adkins has always sung the praises of his home state of Louisiana. This past Saturday, the state took its turn to honor its native son by inducting Trace into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame.
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Kip Moore calls out ticket scalpers


If you know anything about Kip Moore besides the fact that he’s a talented singer and songwriter, it’s that he’s as honest as the day is long. And his tolerance for things that are unjust or unfair, especially when it comes to his fans, is pretty limited.
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'Every couple has a song': You won't believe what Miranda and Blake's is!


Miranda Lambert recently did an interview with People Magazine for it's country special issue and went through a list of "Music that Changed Her Life." Most of them are just what you would expect her to have on her mp3 player... but her couple's song with Blake is WAAAAAY out there, yet so perfect for the two!
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Dierks Bentley takes on 'Chesney' role as tour headliner


Dierks Bentley is spending his summer on the road, headlining his RISER Tour. Although Dierks had played countless shows over the course of his career, he can’t remember ever having this much fun.
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Colt Ford wants fans to remix his song 'Crank it Up'


Did you ever hear a killer new song, but think to yourself, "I wish they would turn that electric guitar down and fiddle up," or "It would be cool if they brought the bass up and the drums down," or "I kinda hear a background singer, but it isn't loud enough"?
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Blake Shelton: 'Missing the Hell' out of Shakira and Usher


Blake Shelton has started filming the seventh season of The Voice. But he says it won't be the same without a couple of his fellow judges from last season.
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Kenny Chesney teases new song 'American Kids,' upcoming album


Kenny Chesney definitely deserved the yearlong sabbatical he took from the business, and we kind of suspected that when he came back, it would be with a bang.
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Miranda Lambert tops All-Genre album list for first time


It seems like all we've been putting up here lately has been about Miranda Lambert... but the woman has been crazy busy with the release of her latest album, "Platinum," which just happened to have taken the No. 1 spot on the all-genre Billboard Top 200 albums chart.
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'Darius & Friends' benefit concert/Celebrity Golf tourney raises $96,000


Darius Rucker returned to the stage of the Wildhorse Saloon in downtown Nashville on Monday, June 2 for his fifth annual “Darius And Friends” concert to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The concert, auction and golf tournament raised a combined total of $122,490 to help St. Jude provide the best care possible to children with cancer at no cost to their families.
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Lee Brice schedules new album, 'I Don't Dance'


Turns out, Lee Brice is a bit of a control freak. It’s OK, though. It means that his new album, "I Don’t Dance," will be worth the wait.
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Miranda Lambert celebrates 6th No. 1 single with 'Automatic'


Miranda Lambert wrote “Automatic” as a reminder to herself to slow things down, enjoy the moment and remember what it’s like to live more simply. Today, she’s enjoying some precious downtime at home, as the song becomes her newest Mediabase #1 single.
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Why Blake is doin' what Miranda Lambert likes


Right now, I think Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert are probably floating around on Lake Texoma somewhere. Why? Because, just like his song says, he likes doin' what she likes.
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Gilbert, Bryan rack up platinum album certifications


Brantley Gilbert scored his first platinum album while Luke Bryan continued his collection of multiplatinum awards during the month of May, according to a report issued Monday by the Recording Industry Association of America.
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George Straight's Final Tour Stop comes with rules and regulations


Anticipation continues to rise for reigning ACM and CMA Entertainer of the Year George Strait’s final tour stop at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas as the June 7 date approaches, but those attending the star-studded show will want to pack lightly for the event. Due to stadium security policies aimed at enhancing public safety, AT&T Stadium limits the size and style of bags allowed inside the 100,000-seat capacity venue.
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Rascal Flatts apologizes on TODAY for lip-syncing


OK, OK, so we all saw Rascall Flatts "perform" for the ACMs a while back, and we all are aware now that they were DEFINITELY lip-syncing. The guys took a lot of heat for it, but they FINALLY, OFFICIALLY apologized on the TODAY show the other day... and we gotta say, as long as they can back up what they tell us, then I think we can let this one slide.
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Carrie Underwood leads Linda Ronstadt Tribute


The Eagles' Glenn Frey introduced the tribute to Linda Ronstadt at the 29th annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction ceremony that aired May 31 on HBO, but it was Carrie Underwood who really did the honors.
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