Two of the most impressive names in all of country music have risen to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. King George Strait and Mr. Garth Brooks were called out by several of their peers, and they both made good on the dare.
George Strait may have hung up his touring hat, but his live show can live on forever in a soon-to-be released live album. On Sept. 16, Strait will unleash 'The Cowboy Rides Away: Live From AT&T Stadium,' a 20-track live album recorded at his very last concert.
Country biggest stars continue to do good, taking a stand against ALS! Carrie Underwood, Jennifer Nettles and Zac Brown Band are the latest to contribute to the Ice Bucket Challenge, both donating money and dumping water on their heads for our enjoyment.
Josh Gracin was taken to a hospital after family and police tracked him down last week. The singer had written what many thought was a suicide note, posting it to his private and public Facebook pages on Aug. 14. Over the weekend, his team released a statement to fans.
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