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Nashville News: July 12

July 13, 2017

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During his set in Atlanta, Georgia on Saturday evening, Luke Combs paused his rowdy, energetic show to make way for a special moment on stage. Earlier this year, Combs announced his brand new VIP Meet & Greet program established to benefit Camp Sunshine, a Georgia-based retreat for children with life-threatening illnesses. At Saturday night’s show, Combs invited Sally Hale, Executive Director of Camp Sunshine, to join him on stage where he presented her with a donation of $22, 235

Billy Ray Cyrus took to the streets of the Big Apple Monday night ahead of Tuesday’s highly-anticipated premiere of season two of his hit scripted series “Still The King.” As Cyrus paraded through the streets of Times Square dressed as Elvis with the infamous Naked Cowboy of NYC, he drew large crowds singing some of Elvis’ classic hits, in addition to his own

Forbes magazine has released their list of the Highest Paid Country Artists, and they’ve sure made a killing. Garth Brooks topped the list for the third year in a row, raking in a mere $60 Million followed by Kenny Chesney and Luke Bryan earning $42 Million. Here are the Top 5; 1: Garth Brooks, $60 million 2: Kenny Chesney, $42.5 million 3: Luke Bryan, $42 million 4: Dolly Parton, $37 million 5: Toby Keith, $34.5 million.....and Garth Brooks is set to return to Sioux Falls, S.D. for the first time in two decades. The singer will bring his the Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood to Denny Sanford Premier Center on Sept. 16

Loretta Lynn has released a statement about her stroke recovery process. She’s postponing the release of her new album, ‘Wouldn’t It Be Great’, but doing well with her recovery. Wouldn’t It BeGreat was scheduled for release on Aug. 18; however, Lynn has decided to postpone the album’s release until 2018 “because this record is so special for me”