Something’s Going On
Released March 31, 2017
Jesus And Jones
Lit Watered Down
Still A Soldier
Trace Adkins, Jimmie Allen, & More to Lead Thousands Oak Benefit Concert
Several in Nashville’s artist community will unite on Feb. 11 in Thousand Oaks, California, for an evening of music, titled ACM Lifting Lives Presents: Borderline Strong. The event aims to support victims and families of the shooting that occurred at Borderline Bar & Grill on Nov. 7, 2018; the shooting killed 12 people and injured approximately 15 others. Net proceeds from the event will benefit the Ventura County Community Foundation’s Conejo Valley Victim’s Fund. Hosted by Charles Esten, the one-night-only concert will feature Trace Adkins, Jimmie Allen, Charles Esten, Cassadee Pope, Tyler Rich, Runaway June and more to be announced at the Fred Kavli Theatre in the Thousand Oaks Civic Center. “We are deeply grateful to ACM Lifting Lives for standing with the victims and survivors of this devastating tragedy. While we know that financial support cannot begin to alleviate the pain of this horrific event, we hope these funds will offer some basic aid and support during these difficult times of transition and recovery. Thank you to everyone working to ensure that those touched by this tragedy are assisted in every way possible,” said Vanessa Bechtel, President & CEO of the Ventura County Community Foundation. “ACM Lifting Lives is honored to present this evening to raise much needed dollars for all directly impacted by this tragedy,” said Lyndsay Cruz, Executive Director of ACM Lifting Lives, the charitable arm of the Academy of Country Music. “Our family of country music artists and industry representatives will always respond to the call for help during these times of need. We look forward to this very special evening where we can, once again, experience first-hand the healing power of music which is at the core of the ACM Lifting Lives mission.”
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Blake Shelton Announces Friends & Heroes Tour with Special Guest, Trace Adkins
From his team members on The Voice to veteran country artists, Blake Shelton has a history of demonstrating his support for the people in whom he believes; when he realized that fans across the country needed to hear music from his friends and heroes, he decided to bring them all out on the road. “Friends & Heroes 2019” will kick off on February 14 in Oklahoma City, Okla. and will span 18 dates across the country (full list below). Very special guest Lauren Alaina joins Shelton for the run along with special appearances by country icons the Bellamy Brothers, John Anderson and Trace Adkins.
Tickets and VIP experiences (information below) for “Friends & Heroes 2019” will go on sale November 9 at 10:00 a.m. Blake Shelton Fan Club members and American Express® Card members can purchase tickets before the general public beginning Friday, November 2 at 10:00 a.m. local through Thursday, November 8 at 10:00 p.m. local. Click HERE for more information.
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Trace Adkins addresses his online imposters
Trace Adkins knows how to lay down the law, so he took his power to make a statement shutting down all the fake accounts pretending to be him through social media. After hearing about several incidences with his fans about online requests and money scams, the country singer went on the record to say he only uses his verified accounts for all news related to him on the Internet. He also confirmed that he never uses the direct message feature spread throughout social media, and doesn’t plan to start communicating with his fanbase in that way any time soon. Click HERE to view his statement.
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