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Daily Roundup: Reba McEntire, Kenny Chesney + More

Reba McEntire celebrated her 57th birthday today and we’ve asked readers to decide the top song from the famous redhead. She wasn’t the only one in a celebratory mood however. Kenny Chesney recently revealed a drunk-dial that landed him a job. Check out those stories, plus find out which artist got married Vegas-style in today’s Daily Roundup.

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Dierks Bentley Seeks Prayers for Nick Malloy, Young Country Singer Hurt in Tragic Accident

Country singer Nick Malloy was trapped inside his vehicle after he drove off the road and slammed into an embankment on Wednesday morning (March 28) near Macon, Ga. The frontman for the Nick Malloy Band is a friend of Dierks Bentley‘s and has an EP that has caught the attention of a number of major artists in Nashville.

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Taylor Swift and George Strait Take Over No. 1 Slots on Country Singles Charts

Taylor Swift and George Strait split the No. 1 title this week, as their songs top the two main country singles charts. Swift’s ‘Ours’ takes the leading slot on Billboard, while Strait’s ‘Love’s Gonna Make It Alright’ snatches the No. 1 position on Mediabase / Country Aircheck.

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Dierks Bentley, ’5-1-5-0′ – Song Review

Every summer Dierks Bentley seems to have a song perfectly suited for speeding down a back country highway with the windows down and the stereo up. His uptempo songs have a Tasmanian Devil feel to them. Like ‘Free and Easy’ and ‘Lot of Leavin’ Left to Do’ before that, ’5-1-5-0′ is three minutes of reckless energy.

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Daily Roundup: Carrie Underwood, Ronnie Dunn + More

Carrie Underwood has never declared her political allegiances, but someone in politics is certainly claiming her… along with a handful of other country artists. That’s the top headline in the Taste of Country Daily Roundup, but by scrolling through you’ll also find Ronnie Dunn‘s thoughts on being a first time grandfather, Miranda Lambert‘s surprise guest at a show in Colorado and what Taylor Swift is doing to get your vote for the ACM Awards.

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Dierks Bentley Performs Bob Dylan’s ‘Senor’ on ‘Ellen’

Yesterday (March 13) Dierks Bentley made an appearance on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ to perform a song he contributed to the Bob Dylan tribute album, ‘Chimes of Freedom: The Songs of Bob Dylan Honoring 50 Years of Amnesty International.The curly-haired singer offered up his version of Dylan’s ‘Señor (Tales of Yankee Power)’ with progressive bluegrass band the Punch Brothers.

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Daily Roundup: Toby Keith, Kristin Chenoweth + More

Leave it to Toby Keith to have the perfect drink for St. Patrick’s Day. His recipe, and Kristin Chenoweth‘s performance on her hot new ABC television show top the Taste of Country Daily Roundup, but there are other big headlines including news on a new video from Jason Aldean, and new music from Martina McBride.

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Dierks Bentley Logs Millionth Mile After Canadian Tour

Dierks Bentley is a member of the million mile club. The singer just wrapped the Canadian leg of his 2012 Country & Cold Cans Tour in Winnipeg, Manitoba on Thursday, Feb. 23. Upon crossing the border to re-enter his home (or is that ‘Home?’) country of the U.S., “Old Goldie,” his tour bus, logged its millionth mile. Congrats to Bentley on all that hard work, making fans the grassroots way by hitting the road and playing shows. But more importantly, congrats to Old Goldie. It’s quite an accomplishment, even if we’re wondering if she needs a new transmission thanks to all those miles.

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The Band Perry Continue to Hold Down the No. 1 Chart Spot With ‘All Your Life’

For the second week in a row, the Band Perry are topping the country singles chart with their current hit, ‘All Your Life.’ Last week, the tune topped Billboard’s country singles chart, but were one slot shy of No. 1 on the Mediabase / Country Aircheck chart. ‘All Your Life’ is the second chart-topping tune for the Band Perry, who went No. 1 in December 2010 with their smash hit, the award-winning song ‘If I Die Young.’

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Daily Roundup: Kenny Chesney, Luke Bryan + More

Kenny Chesney had an unexpected visitor to his Nashville area home this week, but unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on one’s perspective) he wasn’t there to meet her. Luke Bryan is talking about new music, and video of Randy Travis‘s arrest has been released. All of these stories and many more made the Taste of Country Daily Roundup today.

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Daily Roundup: Miranda Lambert, Toby Keith + More

Two country stars had less that nice things to say about a couple of Grammy performances. Natalie Maines and Miranda Lambert both sounded off on Twitter, and one took aim at another very popular country artist. Read about that, the new Johnny Cash museum and Toby Keith‘s retirement in today’s Daily Roundup.

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Obama’s 2012 Campaign Playlist Features Zac Brown Band, Sugarland, Darius Rucker + Dierks Bentley

Much like former Democratic President Bill Clinton — who went on late night TV playing the sax — President Barack Obama is using music to connect with a potential pool of voters. With the 2012 election nipping at his heels as he seeks re-election, the commander-in-chief has released a 28-track playlist via Spotify for his upcoming campaign.

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