Daily Roundup: Sugarland, Kenny Chesney + More
The first ACM Awards were announced today and Kenny Chesney was amongst the country men called to pick up another trophy for his mantel. Sugarland is hoping to hear their name on April 1, but right now the duo has a bigger fight on their minds. Lawsuits involving the Indiana State Fair tragedy are reaching a fever pitch.
Read all the top country headlines, including our pick for ACM Song of the year in the Taste of Country Daily Roundup. Also included are a few stories from around the web, including the return of an all time great Jimmy Fallon character.
Today on Taste of Country:
Sugarland Refuse to ‘Bullied’ in Indiana State Fair Lawsuit
Kenny Chesney, Alan Jackson and Vince Gill Honored With Early 2012 ACM Awards
Who Will Win the 2012 ACM Award for Entertainer of the Year? – Readers Poll
George Strait Achieves 59th No. 1 Hit With ‘Love’s Gonna Make It Alright’
Skylar Laine’s Mom Worries Fame Will Change the ‘American Idol’ Contestant
2012 ACM Award for Song of the Year – Who Will Win?
Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman Protest Coal Mining in New South Wales
JT Hodges Hosts New Online Web Series for Fans
Before They Were Famous: Josh Kelley
Kelly Clarkson Announces Debut Country Single ‘Mr. Know It All’
Jake Owen, ‘Alone With You’ – Lyrics Uncovered
Sugarland Asked to Give Deposition in Indiana State Fair Stage Collapse Case
Lady Antebellum to Throw Prom Party for Tornado-Ravaged High School
Blake Shelton Bringing ‘The Voice’ Student Gwen Sebastian on Tour
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