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Ready for another concert in the car at the Bangor Drive-In?
Encore Drive-In Nights Launches With All New Performance by Blake Shelton With Very Special Guests Gwen Stefani & Trace Adkins Airing at Drive-In Theaters Across North America July 25 Including Bangor Drive In, Show Kicks Off All-New Summer Concert Features Starring The World’s Most Popular Entertainers
These all-new performances will be filmed exclusively for each one-night-only event, and include cinematic interviews and storytelling. The concert experience Tickets for the show will go on sale July 14 at ticketmaster.com/encore-blakeshelton. Tickets will cost $114.99 per vehicle.
Encore Live launched the series in response to overwhelming fan enthusiasm surrounding its June 27 ‘Garth Brooks: A Drive-In Concert Experience’ production.
Lady A, the country trio of Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott, have filed a lawsuit against Anita White, a blues singer who goes by the same name.
According to Billboard, the suit alleges that White is "attempt[ing] to enforce purported trademarks rights in a mark that Plaintiffs have held for more than a decade," and asks the court to affirm the band's right to the name.
The trio Lady A officially changed their name from Lady Antebellum to the shorter nickname, on June 11, amid national conversations about racism and inequality. As their suit — filed on Wednesday (July 8) in Nashville's U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee — explains, they have used the two names interchangeably as far back as 2006.
Carly Pearce has found an upside to the quarantine: As she works through her divorce from her husband Michael Ray, Michael Ray, all of that time at home, she says in a new interview, has "showed [her] a lot."
"I will say that I am grateful for quarantine," Pearce tells Lindsay Ell in Ell's Living wELL webseries. "You know how fast our lives are, you know how easy it is to kind of tap into who we are as artists and kind of ignore our actual hearts and our actual lives and things like that."
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