"Lights Out"-Who's There Film Challenge
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COWBOY NEWS Country Music Headlines
The Band Perry will be helping out Blake Shelton by mentoring his team on The Voice this week. Blake was one of the first stars to take the siblings out on the road with him, so when he asked for their help, they just had to say yes. The Band Perry talks about working with Blake Shelton on "The Voice." OC:...Team Blake!
TAYLOR SWIFT spent four-and-a-half hours visiting with patients on the pediatric cancer floor at New York City's Sloan Kettering hospital on Saturday. She spent a lot of time in the room of a 17-year-old girl named Shelby Huff . . . and told her how they almost ended up with the same first name. "My parents realized my name would be 'Shelby Swift', like 'she'll be swift'
WILLIE NELSON has joined the movement hoping to stop mountaintop removal coal mining. He recorded a video of "America the Beautiful" that features footage of mountains getting blasted and sludge seeping into rivers and streams.
Zac Brown Band, The Band Perry and Hunter Hayes contribute songs to an album of Elton John covers celebrating the 40th anniversary of his classic album Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. Here's a snippet of The Band Perry's version of "Grey Seal."
Also in stores today is Jerrod Niemann's High Noon, his third major label release, and Johnny Cash's previously unreleased album Out Among the Stars
Dierks Bentley's "I Hold On" has become his 11th chart-topper.
The song is a reflection of many things he holds dear -- the truck he and his now deceased father drove to Nashville for the first time; his old guitar,which is autographed by some of his idols; and the love he has for his family, his country and his faith.
What's Something You Figured Out as an Adult That You Should've Learned as a Child?
1. You have to be responsible for yourself.
If you're sick, you have to call the doctor and take care of it, because no one else will do it for you . . . and you can't hide from it and pretend you're fine in case it's more serious.
2. It's a smaller world than you think . . . remember that when you start burning bridges.
3. You're not going to succeed on your natural talent or intelligence.
You might get by, but no matter how AMAZING you are or how amazing people always SAY you are, you're going to have to work.
4. Not everyone is going to like you and it's not worth your time, effort, or energy to try to make someone like you or figure out why they don't.
5. Whatever stage of life you're in, you'll think it's impossibly difficult and everything you do is life-or-death . . . but when you get older and enter the next stage of life, you'll think back and realize how easy things were.
Four Myths Parents Tell Kids to Get Them to Eat
Here are four MYTHS parents tell their kids to get them to eat specific foods . . .
1. 31% of parents tell their kids that eating the crusts on their bread will give them curly hair.
2. 29% tell their kids that milk will make them strong. And sure, milk IS good for you, but just chugging milk while you sit on the couch playing video games won't make anyone strong.
3. 25% tell their kids eating carrots will help them see in the dark.
4. And 11% tell their kids that POPEYE is real . . . and eating spinach makes you strong.