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Cam Prepares to Burn Down the House on First Headlining Tour

Tuesday, 2:00 PM

Arista NashvilleCam will soon be bringing her “Burning House” to a city near you! Once the California native wraps her summer trek with Dierks Bentley, she’ll embark on her very first headlining tour, named for her breakthrough hit.

The Burning House Tour will stop in a dozen cities around the country, with Cam promising more than just a concert when she hits the stage.

“I’m so over the moon… I’m creating a world for our fans to come escape to every night -- a magical setting… You’re in for a ride, that’s for sure,” she promises. “There’ll be sharing stories behind fans’ favorite songs and dancing and singing together like the crazy family we are. It’s going to be an unforgettable adventure!”

Here’s the complete itinerary for The Burning House Tour, which closes with two shows in Sin City with Kelsea Ballerini:

10/27 -- Chicago, IL, Joe’s Bar on Weed Street
10/28 -- Medina, OH, The Thirsty Cowboy
10/29 -- Philadelphia, PA, The Trocadero Theatre
11/10 -- New York, NY, Highline Ballroom
11/12 -- Boston, MA, Paradise Rock Club
11/17 -- Tulsa, OK, Cain’s Ballroom
11/18 -- Des Moines, IA, Wooly’s
11/19 -- Bloomington, IN, The Bluebird
12/1 -- Columbus, OH, The Bluestone
12/2 -- Shelby Township, MI, Coyote Joe’s
12/3 -- Springfield, IL, Boondocks
12/9 -- Las Vegas, NV, Orleans Showroom
12/10 -- Las Vegas, NV, Orleans Showroom

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Carrie Underwood Gives "Somethin' Bad" the Football Treat...

Tuesday, 10:00 AM

Arista NashvilleIf you’re a fan of Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert’s number-one hit from 2014, “Somethin’ Bad,” you’ll want to check out its new incarnation as the theme for Sunday Night Football.

You can hear the complete recording of the retooled “Oh, Sunday Night” at NBCSports.com now, but you’ll have to wait until the show’s September 11 premiere to see Carrie’s new open. A dozen NFL stars join the American Idol winner for the clip, including Super Bowl MVPs Eli Manning and Von Miller.

NBC rolled out a tiny snippet during the Olympics, in advance of its big debut next month before the New England Patriots take on the Arizona Cardinals.  

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Country Star Trivia

Tuesday, 10:00 AM

Comstock/Thinkstock The track "Can't Be That Wrong" from Dolly Parton's new Pure & Simple album bears a striking similarity to the icon's second single from the Rhinestone soundtrack, which made it all the way to number 10 on the chart in 1984. Can you name it? ANSWER:  "God Won't Get You."

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Florida Georgia Line Dig Their Roots, Premiere New Video ...

Tuesday, 5:00 AM

ABC/Heidi GutmanThe title of Florida Georgia Line's new album is Dig Your Roots, and they celebrated its release Monday night in New York City at a place where Americans come to explore their own roots: Ellis Island, the gateway for some 12 million immigrants to the U.S. from 1852 to 1954.

Journalists were transported by ferry to the island where they were greeted by Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelly and glasses of the duo's Old Camp Peach Pecan whiskey.  The guests were then treated to the premiere of the video for "May We All," featuring Tim McGraw. 

In the clip, Tyler and B.K. are brothers who race cars. Tim plays a mechanic who lets B.K. drive his car because he has a broken arm.  B.K. wins the race and Tim continues to let him drive.  But at one race, B.K. flips Tyler's car which catches fire.  B.K. desperately tries to pull Tyler out, but as he's dragged away, the car bursts into flames.  B.K. breaks free, runs to the car and pulls Tyler from the wreckage.  "Did I win?" Tyler asks.  "Yeah, brother. We all did," responds B.K.

At the event, the guys also received a plaque marking the success of their single "H.O.L.Y.," which has spent 16 weeks at #1. 

"This is just completely humbling," B.K. told the crowd.  He called making Dig Your Roots the "most challenging of times, the most exciting of times and the most creative of times," adding, "We grew a lot throughout the process."

Noting how hard it is to show all the facets of their personalities on one record, B.K. said, “We both really feel like we're just getting started letting y'all in."

By the way, if you watch the video using Google Cardboard, you can watch it in "360-degree virtual reality."

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