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    Date: Aug 22, 2021
    Posted By: Connor Willson
Don Everly, half of country rock-and-roll duo The Everly Brothers, has died. He was 84.

The Los Angeles Times confirmed Everly’s death via a family spokesperson on Saturday night (Aug. 21), reporting that he died at home in Nashville. A cause of death was not cited.

“Don lived by what he felt in his heart,” read a statement given to the outlet. “Don expressed his appreciation for the ability to live his dreams … with his soulmate and wife, Adela, and sharing the music that made him an Everly Brother.”

Everly was born in 1937 in Kentucky and was raised in a musical family with his brother Phil. The pair began writing and recording music in the mid 1950s and released their self-titled album in 1957 before signing with Warner Bros. Records in 1960. They went on to achieve hits such as “Bye Bye Love,” “All I Have to Do is Dream” and “Problems.”

The Everly Brothers released 21 studio albums in addition to numerous live and compilation albums, while Don Everly released several solo records including Sunset Towers and Brother Jukebox.

The group was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1986 alongside Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley and Chuck Berry; Don was inducted into the Musicians Hall of Fame in 2019.

His brother Phil died in 2014 of pulmonary disease at the age of 74.

Additional hits of the The Everly Brothers include “Cathy’s Clown,” which charted in 1960 on the Billboard Hot 100 for five weeks in the top position, and “Bird Dog.”

Don Everly is survived by his mother, Margaret; his wife Adela; his son, Edan, and his daughters Venetia, Stacy and Erin.


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    Date: Jul 22, 2021
    Posted By: Connor Willson
Luke Combs has stepped in to pay the funeral costs for the three men who died during this year’s Faster Horses Festival in Brooklyn, Michigan. The news was first confirmed by WoodTV.com’s sister station WLNS. A representative for Combs has confirmed the news to CMT as well. Combs headlined Faster Horses Festival’s Friday, July 16 concert.

According to a statement from the Lenawee County Sheriff’s Office (reported by WXYZ Detroit), five men were found unresponsive in their travel trailer at a campground by US-12 and Brooklyn Highway in Woodstock Township, Michigan. Three of the men were pronounced dead at the scene, while two others were hospitalized and treated for acute carbon monoxide poisoning.

Woodtv.com lists the names of the deceased as Dawson Brown, Kole Sova, and Richie Mays.

On Monday, July 19, Faster Horses Festival posted a statement on their social media pages, saying, “All of us in the Faster Horses Festival Family are deeply saddened by the tragic losses this weekend, as confirmed by the Lenawee County Sheriff’s department…Our hearts are broken for the families, friends and loved ones.”

Faster Horses Festival took place July 15-17, 2021. Other headliners for this year’s festival included Thomas Rhett and Jason Aldean.


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    Date: Jul 02, 2021
    Posted By: Connor Willson
As many of us will be celebrating Canada Day, many of us are in mourning after the discovery of hundreds of bodies in unmarked graves at former schools for Indigenous children.

For decades, families were forced to send their children to boarding schools to assimilate them, in what a national Truth and Reconciliation Commission found in 2015 was an effort to wipe out their cultures. With the discovery of the bodies at three schools in Western Canada, most of them children, many members of Indigenous communities and their leaders say that it’s inappropriate at this moment to celebrate the country behind the system.

“Celebrating Canada Day is being seen as inconsiderate to all the children’s lives that were lost and we encourage everyone to consider the price these children had to pay at the hands of the Canadian government,” Chief Bobby Cameron of the Saskatchewan Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations said in a statement.

Today we remember, honor all the lost children and all the suffering to all the families affected by this tragedy! We acknowledge that the Indigenous community has suffered and continues to suffer and grieve!

Lets Build A Better Canada, learn from the mistakes of the past, treasure that ALL LIVES MATTER!


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    Date: Apr 04, 2021
    Posted By: Connor Willson
Wishing you nothing but smiles, sunshine, and lots of sweet treats this Easter day.


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    Date: Feb 10, 2021
    Posted By: Connor Willson
Florida Georgia Line will perform songs from their upcoming album Life Rolls On during their upcoming global livestream concert in an effort to raise money for Nashville businesses affected by the Christmas Day bombing.

On Wednesday (Feb. 10), the country duo announced that they partnered with Amazon Music to bring their new album, which comes out Friday, to life for Life Rolls On From The FGL House on Feb. 17. CMT’s Cody Alan will host a QA session before the event, which will livestream from FGLs eponymous restaurant and bar in downtown Nashville.


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