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Nashville Preds Pekka Rinne Retires After 15 Years: ‘This Decision Wasn’t Easy’

It’s the end of an era for Nashville Predators player Pekka Rinne, who just announced he is retiring after 15 years with the NHL. Rinne spent his entire year with the Predators, playing a total of 683 games. “For more than 15 years, I’ve been on a journey, an incredible, life-changing journey with the Nashville Predators that has taken…

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Jon Pardi to Headline Big Machine Music City Grand Prix Concert

The nightly concerts for the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix just got a lot more star power. Jon Pardi has just been announced as the headliner for Saturday night’s show, joining an impressive list of artists already announced as performers for the three-day event taking place August 6 to 8, including Danielle Bradbery, Justin Moore, Callista Clark, Riley…

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Big Machine Music City Grand Prix Announces Nashville Hotel Discounts

The Big Machine Music City Grand Prix is only a few months away, and thankfully there are plenty of generous hotel discounts being offered in the heart of Nashville to make the trip affordable. “We have partnered with a fantastic group of downtown hotels who believe in what the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix means to Nashville,” Chris…

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Charley Pride Honored by the Texas Rangers With Field Dedication

Charley Pride loved baseball almost as much as music, especially the Texas Rangers. The country music icon was part owner of the Major League Baseball team, which is why they honored him by naming their spring training field the Charley Pride Field. Introducing Charley Pride Field! You are greatly missed. pic.twitter.com/v46HyO2EQ3 — Texas Rangers (@Rangers) March 14, 2021  …

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Peyton Manning Reflects on ‘Great Friendship’ With Kenny Chesney

Peyton Manning and Kenny Chesney have been friends for a long time — long before either of them were household names. The former pro-football player and the country music superstar met while Manning was still playing for the University of Tennessee, and Chesney was a rising star, who was just beginning to make his mark in music. Amazingly, throughout…

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Jay DeMarcus Named Grand Marshal for SuperStart 188 at Daytona

 Jay DeMarcus helped make sports history over the weekend, when his own Red Street Records, a Christian music label, sponsored a NASCAR car. The car, driven by Natalie Decker, features Red Street Records’ own artist, Jason Crabb, on the cover of the car, along with the title of Crabb’s current single, “Just As I Am.” In honor of…

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Nashville’s 2021 Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Rescheduled For the Fall

Nashville’s annual Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon, which also includes a half-marathon, 5K and 6.15-mile race, is being rescheduled for the fall, due to COVID-19. The event was originally moved from April of 2020 to November, and then rescheduled for April 24-25, 2021. “After evaluating the current status and impacts of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic with local officials, we regret…

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Eric Church to Sing the National Anthem at Super Bowl LV

Eric Church is heading to the Super Bowl! The singer has been tapped to perform the National Anthem with singer Jazmine Sullivan. H.E.R. will sing “America the Beautiful.” According to People, the collaboration marks the first time two singers have shared the honor since Aaron Neville and Aretha Franklin sang the National Anthem together in 2006. The Weeknd will…

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Country Stars Join Advisory Board to Bring MLB Team to Nashville

Nashville is one step closer to getting a Major League Baseball team, thanks in part to several country stars. Darius Rucker, Luke Combs, Kane Brown and Eric Church are part of an advisory board, along with pop music superstar Justin Timberlake and former Titans player Eddie George, with the goal of making Music City the home of a new…

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Tennessee Titans Reschedule Buffalo Bills Game Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

The Tennessee Titans  will have to wait a little bit longer to play the Buffalo Bills, after another person within the organization tested positive for COVID-19. The game was originally scheduled for Sunday, October 11, but will now take place on Tuesday, October 13, as long as there are no more positive COVID-19 tests among players or staff. “Our…

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