Blake Shelton's Political Incorrectness, Alan Jackson's A Fake

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Blake Shelton Says Whatever He Damn Well Pleases
If you’ve been following Blake Shelton on Twitter you know he speaks his mind pretty much these days.  Blake recently told The Tennessean newspaper that’s because he “finally got all my (expletive) paid off.”  Blake says he enjoys speaking his mind.  I’ll bet he doesn’t talk to Miranda like that though.  That would not be wise.
It’ll Be The Real Alan Jackson At A Faux Cracker Barrel
Some promotions just make me want to woof.  Cracker Barrel (a chain of combination restaurant/stores mainly along interstates with some awesome food) has introduced a line of Alan Jackson products like mugs, shirts, cd’s, etc.  Next week during what’s called CMA Week, because the 43rd Annual CMA Awards are November 11, they’re putting up a fake Cracker Barrel at 1st and Broad in Nashville and Alan will be there signing autographs, selling shirts, running the cash register and cooking.  Well, maybe not those last two…but the rest is true…well the restaurant’s false in a way. 
Joe Nichols’ Old Things New Scoring High
Critics are giving Joe Nichols’ new Old Things New release high marks, and it was the highest charting new country cd this week.  We’re only telling you this because we’re giving away 5 autographed copies of it free.  Just click here.
Billy Currington Is Going To Be In the Macy’s Parade
We’re not sure which float he’ll be carrying though.  Okay, he’ll be performing on a stage making it’s way through the parade route.
Chevy Salutes America’s Heroes Winner                                                  
Master Sergeant Bubba Beason of the United States Air Force has been chosen as “America’s Hero” in the “Chevy Salutes America’s Heroes” contest. Beason, a member of the 305th Maintenance Squadron, 305th Air Mobility Wing, McGuire Air Force Base, N.J., will be awarded a 2010 Chevy Equinox on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Tuesday, Nov. 10. Fittingly, Beason and his family will attend “The 43rd Annual CMA Awards” in Nashville, Tenn. on Veterans’ Day, Wednesday, Nov. 11.
Originally from Little Rock, Ark., Beason enlisted in the Air Force in 1991 and has received more than 20 major awards and decorations. Married to Angela, a mathematics teacher, Beason has two children, eight-year-old Christopher and three-year-old Alyson.
Preparing for his seventh deployment to the Middle East, Beason was nominated by his son Christopher, who wrote, “My dad goes because he cares about us. He wants to protect us and make sure that we have a safe place to live. My dad cares a lot about other people, especially the moms who have lost a child in this war; they are called gold star mothers. For the past two years he has organized runs here at the base to honor these moms. This summer my Dad planned a run across the state of New Jersey. He and a group of 23 other service members ran 140 miles, one mile for each New Jersey service member killed in the war on terror. I love my Dad and I hope that you will agree with us that he is our hero.”  Amen son.