Lady A Is A Crossover Success, Thank Rascal Flatts?

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Lady Antebellum Achieves Dixie Chicks’ Type Success
Lady Antebellum, make that Grammy award winning Lady Antebellum, has scored a second week aboard Billboard’s charts with their album Need You Now. That hasn’t been done by a country act since the Dixie Chicks in 2006. Let’s just hope they don’t get all political and stuff on us now…or they might end up as Court Yard Hounds. 
Miranda Lambert Headlining “Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars Tour
Miranda Lambert is big time now, headlining her own tour which kicks off March 18 in Beckley, West Virginia. Opening for Miranda is David Nail, Randy Howser, James Otto and others. Where is Beckley, West Virginia anyway, and do they shoot you if you have a pink guitar there?
Rascal Flatts’ Jay DeMarcus Says They Made Taylor Swift What She Is Today
Well, not quite that arrogant, but here’s his quote to The Boot, "Not to sound boastful ... but I think there was a movement that was started with us and Keith Urban, that paved the way for country to cross over a little more easily, with the pop-flavored country music that we know today." Well, Taylor has had a #1 hit on the pop charts, and Rascal Flatts hasn’t. So there Jay.
Jimmy Wayne Has A Warm Place To Sleep On His Walk
Jimmy Wayne is in Oklahoma now as he walks across the country to raise awareness for homeless teens and families. Hiscall, Inc. of Dickson, Tenn. has provided an RV to follow Jimmy and give him a warm place to sleep at night. He also has a sports medicine graduate driving the RV who helps him avoid injuries. Best of all he doesn’t have to lug a big backpack around now. Woof on Jimmy Wayne. We’re proud of you!
Men In Black Celebrate Luke Bryan’s “Do I” Hit
Well those men in black are actually Luke, along with Lady Antebellum’s Dave Haywood and Charles Kelley. The trio actually wrote the song together. It rose to #2 on Billboard’s country charts and was certified gold. Luke Bryan says he’s thankful every day for the song. I wonder if it qualifies for some record for shortest song title or something?