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Peter Gros (of Mutual and Omaha’s Wild Kingdom) appeared on Kelly & Ryan this past week and brought along some baby animals you just have to see! Peter is a Wildlife Expert Co-host, Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom Environmental Conservationist A Word About the Animals:  The animal ambassadors appearing with Peter are licensed Both state and federal and fully insured. The animals are hand raised on bottles or have been rescued…
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Little Big Town delivered an emotional tribute to the late Glen Campbell by delivering a poignant rendition of one of his biggest hits: “Wichita Lineman,” during the CMA Awards. The live version  is now available http://strm.to/LBTWichitaLineman  and you can WATCH THE PERFORMANCE  too! (CLICK THE MORE button below to watch)   Little Big Town performed one of the most touching tributes at Wednesday night’s (Nov. 8) 2017 CMA Awards. The group, made up of Kimberly…
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Announcing the Lied Center IMPACT Award Winners The Lied Center of Kansas is proud to announce Black Violin and Deborah Woodall Routledge as the recipients of the 2017–2018 IMPACT Awards. This is the fourth season the Lied Center has recognized one artist or group for distinguished service to the performing arts and one USD 497 educator for distinguished service to arts education. “Black Violin and Deborah Woodall Routledge exemplify the…
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Ashley Campbell, Toby Keith and Dwight Yoakam will represent country in an all-star tribute to Grammy-winning hit-maker Jimmy Webb on May 3 at Carnegie Hall in New York. A Celebration of the Music of Jimmy Webb will feature additional performances by Amy Grant, Art Garfunkel, Billy Davis, Jr., Johnny Rivers, Judy Collins, Marilyn McCoo of Fifth Dimension and Webb himself. Proceeds from the night will support the Alzheimer’s Foundation in…
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The most anticipated moment of the 10th annual ACM Honors actually passed without controversy, as Miranda Lambert accepted the inaugural ACM Merle Haggard Spirit Award. Just before the event – held August 30th at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium – alt-country favorite Sturgill Simpson stoked fires with an uncompromising denouncement of the Academy of Country Music on Facebook, citing that the award merely exploited the legacy of Haggard, who died earlier this…
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