Carrie Underwood And Brad Paisley Win Copyright Infringement Case

Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley had been accused by Amy Bowen or (Lizza Connor as she is known professionally), for stealing integral parts of her song to put into their own duet. The song in question, "Remind Me," topped the charts for Underwood and Paisley and sold over two million copies. Bowen's song of the same name was used in a songwriter's workshop in 2008.

Justin Moore Reprimands Disrespectful Fan In Audience

Justin Moore called out a rowdy fan at his recent Chicago, Illinois concert. Allegedly the male fan threw an object at a female fan. Moore having witnessed the alleged incident stopped singing to ratify the situation. Moore pointed to the accused wrong-doer and said, "Hey, hey, hey! Look at me!"

Miranda Lambert To Meet Vet Whose Sign Made Her Cry On Stage

Miranda Lambert will reportedly have a special meet and greet with a soldier who held a sign up at a recent show and brought her to tears. She made headlines when moved to tears during a recent show in Hartford, Connecticut and recently revealed that it was the sign that made her break down. Looking into the audience she saw the man holding a sign.

Jason Aldean To Withhold They Don't Know From Streaming Services For One

In an effort to boost album sales, Jason Alden has decided to keep his new album, They Don't Know, off of streaming for the first month of its release. If fans want to hear the new album upon its initial release, they will have to purchase a copy. Aldean explains, "A new album is just like anything else."

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