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Carly Pearce

Carly Pearce Is Feeling the Frustration of Not Being Able to Tour

Playing live is a key component of how musicians earn their livelihood, and not being able to perform has been frustrating for many, including Carly Pearce . “I was talking to Kelsea [Ballerini] about this last night, and it would be so much easier, I feel like, if we had a light at the end of the... Read More
Granger Smith

Granger Smith Puts On Perfectly Executed Socially Distance Concert

Granger Smith hosted a 4th of July concert at Dell Diamond stadium in Texas over the weekend that included a perfect showing of social distancing. According to the stadium's website , the ballpark limited it's capacity to less than 25% and concertgoers were kept in marked socially distanced squares... Read More
Charlie Daniels

Charlie Daniels Dies at 83

All Access has reported that Charlie Daniels, best known for "The Devil Went Down to Georgia", passed away this morning at 83, from an alleged hemorrhagic stroke. Daniels passed away in Hermitage, Tennessee. A member of the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Grand Ole Opry, he is survived by one... Read More
Garth Brooks

Garth Brooks Cancels Facebook Concert To Quarantine

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood announced that they'll be quarantining for the next two week since someone in their camp might have been exposed to coronavirus. The announcement was posted on their social media account. The announcement also included the cancelation of the Facebook concert and... Read More
Fireworks

Lake Elsinore, Rancho Cucamonga Cancel Firework Shows

It's going to be awfully hard to find a fireworks show this Fourth of July. According to the Press Enterprise , Lake Elsinore, Rancho Cucamonga and Lake Arrowhead, joined Big Bear Lake in cancelling their fireworks show this week. The cancellations come after Gov. Gavin Newsom recommended cities in... Read More
Washington Redskins

NFL's Washington Redskins Reviewing Name Change

The Washington Redskins are close to undergoing a major change for the 2020 season and beyond. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Redskins are undergoing a thorough review of the team’s name. In a press release early Friday morning, Redskins owner Dan Snyder said, "This process allows the team... Read More
Scholarship

Four Inland Empire Students Win SCAG Scholarships

Four Inland Empire students are among 10 students from throughout Southern California who have earned $4,000 each in financial support, thanks to the Southern California Association of Governments’ (SCAG) 2020 scholarships. Mirabella Smith from Canyon Lake, Ysabella Sardillo from Apple Valley,... Read More
Brett Young

Brett Young Misses 4th of July on the Beach

As a Southern Californian, Brett Young spent many years celebrating the Fourth of July on the beach. “I used to spend every single Fourth of July down in Newport Beach, which is the neighboring city to Huntington where I grew up," he reminisces in a statement from his label. "And they closed down... Read More