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George Strait, Keith Urban to Be Inducted Into the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Two country music superstars are the latest to be inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Both George Strait and Keith Urban are among this year’s list of inductees to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, part of a cast of musical superstars that also includes Green Day, Depeche Mode, American Idol‘s Fantasia Barrino, the B-52s,…

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George Strait Praises Fans After Setting New Concert Attendance Record

George Strait is speaking out about his latest accomplishment. The King of Country Music just set a new record in the United States for the highest concert attendance, with 110,905 tickets sold for his show at A&M’s Kyle Field. “I’ve always said I’ve got the best fans in the world and Saturday night at Kyle Field in College Station,…

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George Strait Breaks US Concert Attendance Record With Kyle Field Show

George Strait has broken a record for concert attendance in the United States with his latest show. The King of Country Music headlined a show at Texas A&M’s Kyle Field, setting a new record for the largest single ticketed concert event in the history of the United States, with an astounding 110,905 tickets sold. Strait was joined by openers…

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George Strait Drops New Song, Shares Details of ‘Cowboys and Dreamers’ Album

George Strait just dropped a new song from his forthcoming Cowboys and Dreamers album. The King of Country Music released “MIA Down in MIA” as the first release from the new record, out on September 6. When releasing the song, Strait also spoke about his new album, which is being dedicated to three people close to him, who recently passed…

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George Strait Announces New ‘Cowboys and Dreamers’ Album

George Strait will soon have a new album to share with the world. The 71-year-old revealed he is working on a new record, Cowboys and Dreamers, while performing in front of more than 51,000 fans at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. “We got some new stuff, too, I’m gonna throw in throughout the night, because I broke down…

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George Strait Mourns the Loss of His Road Manager, Tom Foote

George Strait is mourning the loss of another close friend and co-worker. The country music legend, who recently lost both his longtime manager, Erv Woolsey, and band member Gene Elders, reveals on social media that his longtime road manager, Tom Foote, has also passed away. “We lost another one of our good friends and a huge part of our…

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Kenny Chesney Ties Record Held by George Strait With ‘Take Her Home’

Kenny Chesney has officially tied a record held by one of his biggest musical heroes. The Tennessee native has just scored his 61st Top 10 hit with “Take Her Home,” tying a record of the most Top 10 singles held by George Strait. “Take Her Home” is the debut single from Chesney’s latest BORN album, released last month. “When…

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George Strait Mourns the Loss of His Longtime Manager, Erv Woolsey

George Strait is mourning the loss of his longtime manager, Erv Woolsey, who passed away due to complications from surgery. Woolsey was 80 when he passed away. The country music icon shared a heartfelt post on social media, “My manager for around 45 years and most importantly my friend for even longer, Erv Woolsey, passed away this morning,” Strait…

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George Strait, Reba McEntire, Toby Keith + More Sign Guitars For Wounded Officers

George Strait, Reba McEntire and Toby Keith are just a few of the many artists who are supporting The Wounded Blue, a Las Vegas-based organization that supports injured and disabled police officers. The country singers, along with The Oak Ridge Boys, Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley, Chris Young, Blake Shelton, Jamey Johnson, Gabby Barrett, Aaron Lewis and Kid Rock, singed…

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