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Created: May 25, 2010
Justin Moore recently played a packed house in Indianapolis with a concert for WLHK/HANK-FM. Photo courtesy of The Valory Music Co.
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Created: May 25, 2010
Jimmy Wayne, a former foster care youth who rose to become a country music recording artist, was the honored guest of Assembly member Jim Beall recently in observance of May as National Foster Care Month. Jimmy went to Sacramento to speak with lawmakers on behalf Beall’s Assembly Bill 12, legislation that allows California to take advantage of federal law and draw down funds to help extend foster care benefits beyond age 18 to age 21. Jimmy also received a resolution in recognition of his work to raise awareness of the plight of homeless foster care youth.
"I'm grateful for Jimmy Wayne's support for AB 12," Beall said. "As someone who was in foster care, he can effectively explain how we can help youth overcome the problems they face as they leave of the foster care system. I think he's a tremendous advocate."
On Jan. 1, Jimmy embarked on his "Meet Me Halfway" campaign, a 1,700-mile journey on foot from Nashville to Phoenix, to publicize the challenges the homeless face, especially for at-risk kids and young adults. His walk is also raising money for organizations that benefit homeless youth.
"I support AB 12," Jimmy said, "because I know first hand the importance of having a support system. During my childhood, I was in and out of the Foster Care system, and at one point I was homeless. At 16, I was taken in by Bea and Russell Costner. They gave me a home and a foundation of love and support, enabling me to finish high school and attend college. Most foster kids aren't that lucky. Without anyone to care for them and help them, they 'age out' of the foster care system at 18, and often become homeless. Many do not have the means to support themselves. That's why I believe extending foster care benefits to age 21 is a priority. We can give these worthy young people the opportunity they deserve to become productive citizens."
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Created: Apr 21, 2010
On April 16, 2010, Alan was honored when the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce presented him with a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Alan, his wife Denise and their 3 daughters shared the experience with many of Alan's fans, who came out to support him. Alan's star is at 6801 Hollywood Boulevard, just steps from the famous Graumann's Chinese Theater, Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum and the Kodak Theater, the site for the Academy Awards. John Travolta, The Doors, Judy Holliday and Billy Graham's stars are all close by. CAMERA PRESS / Chris Ashford. Retna Ltd. More Alan Jackson Photos >>
Created: Apr 15, 2010
Jimmy Wayne filed the photo above from Texas as he continues his 1700-mile walk to Phoenix following the halfway celebration last weekend in Amarillo. Photo courtesy of The Valory Music Co. More Jimmy Wayne Photos >>
Created: Mar 31, 2010
The fans have spoken and have chosen Luke Bryan as Academy of Country Music (ACM) Top New Solo Vocalist, Gloriana as ACM Top New Vocal Group and Joey + Rory as ACM Top New Vocal Duo. Each act performs two of their hits and receives their trophy on ACM Top New Artists, a special premiering Thursday, April 1, 10 p.m. ET on GAC. For the first time, the special was filmed as part of a regularly scheduled Tuesday Night Opry at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry House and host Trace Adkins presented each of the first-time ACM winners with their trophies. The three winners will now compete for the overall ACM Top New Artist award which will be given out on the 45th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards broadcast live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on April 18. Voting for the Top New Artist takes place at www.VoteACM.com from April 1 until 8 p.m. ET on April 18. Pictured: Trace Adkins (l) presents the ACM award to Luke Bryan. 2010 Copyright Grand Ole Opry. Photos By: Chris Hollo, Hollo Photographics, Inc. More Trace Adkins Photos >> Upload Your Trace Adkins Photos >> More Joey + Rory Photos >>
Created: Mar 29, 2010
On Tuesday, March 23, 2010, the Colon Cancer Alliance presented the 2nd Annual Stars Go Blue for Colon Cancer concert at the popular Loveless Barn in Nashville, TN. Hosted by Great American Country's Nan Kelley, the blue-themed festivities featured intimate and rare acoustic performances by some of country music's elite songwriters; Rodney Crowell, Gretchen Peters, Mike Reid, Barry Walsh and Peter Cooper, along with special guests Mike Snider, Wade Hayes, Bill Miller and Brandon Rhyder. Four-time Grammy nominee Charlie Kelley (and Nan's husband), who inspired and created the event, gave a special one song performance to close out the show. The packed crowd of industry insiders, esteemed doctors and cancer survivors munched on the Loveless Cafe's signature country fried fare while enjoying an incredible night of music including Mike Reid's well-known smash "I Can't Make You Love Me" and Bill Miller's moving rendition of "Amazing Grace." The evening was a blue ribbon success, raising over $30K for the cause. Pictured: Back Row: Bill Miller, Rodney Crowell, Barry Walsh, Wade Hayes, Brandon Rhyder, Peter Cooper, Colon Cancer Alliance's Communications Manager Tammy Ashton and Associate Director of Field Development Andrea Clay and Mike Snider. Front Row: Gretchen Peters, Nan Kelley, Charlie Kelley and Colon Cancer Alliance's Vice President Jasmine Greenamyer. Photo by Kay Williams, courtesy of Sweet Talk Publicity. More Nan Kelley Photos >>
Created: Oct 13, 2009
Keith Anderson helped out friend, Tennessee Titans linebacker Keith Bulluck, with his Vino Veritas fundraiser to benefit his Believe and Achieve organization, a nonprofit that helps educate and promote children who live in the foster care systems in middle Tennessee and New York state. Bulluck was raised in a foster family and Anderson grew up in a family that cared for foster children. Pictured (l to r:) "CSI Miami" actor Adam Rodriguez (he grew up with Bulluck in NYC), Bulluck and Anderson. Photo courtesy of Rubin Media. More Keith Anderson Photos »
Created: Sep 22, 2009
Randy Houser made a special stop last week at Victory Junction in Randleman, NC to lend his time and voice to the NASCAR-themed camp that caters to chronically ill children ages six to 16. Country music and NASCAR fans alike will have an opportunity to see just how much fun campers, and Houser, have on the 80 acre grounds when the 2009 Victory Junction PSAs begin airing on ESPN during select televised races this fall. "We were thrilled that Randy Houser took the time out of his busy schedule to stop by Camp today with his band," says Camp Founder Kyle Petty. Being big country music fans all of our lives, we all love his "old-school" style of music. Randy is such a genuinely engaging person, our campers and staff fell in love with him immediately. "With Victory Junction's 'Feel Your Heart Race' NASCAR theme, the connection with Nashville and country music is an easy one to make, being that we share many of the same fans. Randy bowled against some of our campers and drove against them in race simulators. Whether he won or lost, and he did both, he looked like he had the most fun of anyone there. Randy was kind enough to do a PSA for Camp to help spread our message of hope. We look forward to a long-term relationship with such a great and talented guy." "Victory Junction Camp was unbelievable," said Randy. "The Pettys have built a special place for kids to have fun and create memories that wouldn't be possible. I'm just happy they let me come hang out for the day!" Photo courtesy of randyhouser.com. More Randy Houser Photos »
Created: Sep 10, 2009
If you guessed this gentleman is Justin Moore's father, you'd be correct! The father and son recently spent time during a Wal-Mart in-store event for Justin's selft-titled debut album. More Justin Moore Photos »
Created: May 22, 2009
Created: Mar 18, 2011
Kenny Chesney takes a moment to relax before the first show of his 2011 Goin’ Coastal Tour which kicked off Thursday at Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach. More than 600,000 fans have already snagged tickets to catch Kenny live this summer. Also pictured with Kenny? Marley the swordfish, a tour mainstay. Photo courtesy of Sony Music Nashville.
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Created: Aug 1, 2011
GAC host Suzanne Alexander & Alan Jackson on the set of Top 20 Country Countdown. Photo by Christopher Coward.
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