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Remember back a few weeks ago when I said that Martina McBride was skipping a Christmas tour and just doing one show in Nashville this holiday season?
Yeah, turns out that was wrong.
Meh, it happens.
From a press release:
Superstar singer/songwriter Martina McBride will share her
favorite time of the year with music lovers across the country once again, as
she announces the 2013 Pandora Jewelry Presents Martina McBride: "The
Joy of Christmas" Tour. The 12-city tour will kick off in Huntington,
WV on Friday, November 29 and wrap up in Chicago on Saturday, December 21.
is such a fun and special tour to do," said Martina. "I love bringing Christmas
to life on stage and putting everyone in the Christmas spirit. My favorite part
of the show is the Q&A where I go into the audience. You never know what is
going to happen, and the spontaneity is something I really enjoy."
Caption: Brett Eldredge with USA Today’s Brian Mansfield, TV/radio personality
Storme Warren, AXS Live’s Ashley Eicher, friends, family, management, WMN staff,
and other lucky jumpers just prior to his first skydive in celebration of his
first No. 1 single “Don’t Ya.”
Powerhouse vocalist Brett Eldredge celebrated scoring his first No. 1 single, "Don't Ya," by jumping out of an airplane on Tuesday at Skydive Tullahoma in Tullahoma, TN. He was joined by family, management, WMN staff, TV and radio personality Storme Warren, USA Today's Brian Mansfield, AXS Live's Ashley Eicher and other lucky jumpers. "Don't Ya" is off of Eldredge's first studio album, Bring You Back, which was released August 6 on Atlantic Records.