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Amy Sciarretto has scribbled for Kerrang! Spin, Revolver, Alternative Press, Noisecreep, Spinner, ARTISTdirect and Teen People, to name a few, as well as Taste of Country, GuySpeed and more. Google her and you'll see she's an expert on rock, metal, pop, movies and lip gloss. She's also Roadrunner's publicist, an author, a green tea drinker, a Jer-Z native (born in South Jersey, currently residing in North Jersey), a Philly sports fan and a bulldog owner.
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Gloriana to Sing National Anthem at AFC Championship Game

If you're going to be watching football this weekend, and you're both an AFC and a country music fan, then we've got good news. Gloriana will getting into the mix. The trio will be singing the national anthem at the AFC Championship Game on Sunday, Jan. 20.

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Luke Bryan Learns How to Spin Basketball on His Finger Like Harlem Globetrotters

Luke Bryan is a man of many talents. The country singer and co-host of the upcoming ACMs is not only an amazing singer and incredibly funny, but he can also lay claim to being able to spin a basketball like a Harlem Globetrotter.

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Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles and Family Make the Move to Nashville

Georgia girl Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland has made some major life changes in the past few months. She and husband Justin Miller welcomed their first child, son Magnus Hamilton, on Dec. 6, 2012. They also decided to move their nest from Atlanta to Nashville, purchasing a farm in the area!

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Miranda Lambert Admits She Isn’t Always a Tough Girl, Is Protective of Alone Time With Blake Shelton

Miranda Lambert is one tough chick. She is the fastest girl in town, if you will. She doesn't strike anyone as insecure, since she oozes beauty, talent and confidence -- and she's also married to one of the most popular male performers in the country genre, Blake Shelton. Despite all of her blessings, however, in the February issue of Redbook the singer admits she can be unsure of herself here and there. In essence, she's human, just like the rest of us.

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Brantley Gilbert Gets Destructive in ‘More Than Miles’ Video

In his new 'More Than Miles' video, Brantley Gilbert shows that he has more than just musical talent -- he's also a rather skilled actor! The clip features performance footage of the singer spliced with plot scenes where he is the protagonist, an on-the-road drifter who gets a little destructive in his hotel room.

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Hunter Hayes Is Learning to Fly

Three Grammy nominations and the chart-topping success of his current single, 'Wanted,' aren't enough to satisfy Hunter Hayes. No -- the singer/songwriter/country phenom has soaring, plans and they include learning to fly. Cue that famous R. Kelly song! "I believe I can fly…"

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Oak Ridge Boys Perform for Ailing Former President George Bush by Phone

Serving one's country as president is certainly a high-pressure gig. But can come with continued "executive privilege" even after leaving office -- like having one of your favorite country groups perform for you on command when you're sick and need your spirits boosted. George H.W. Bush, who served as the 41st president in the 1990s, has been under the weather for about a month, so when his wife Barbara requested that the Oak Ridge Boys sing for him, they jumped at the chance.

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