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Reginas mayor met with PM Trudeau in Ottawa Monday
POSTED DATE:May 16, 2022

Boy, 14, facing charges after gun allegedly fired at group of teens: Regina police
POSTED DATE:May 16, 2022

Possible rule changes coming for public alcohol consumption in parks: Sask. govt.
POSTED DATE:May 16, 2022

Rising fuel costs a challenge in search for missing Sask. boy
POSTED DATE:May 16, 2022

Sask. government ramps up development on potential hydrogen hub
POSTED DATE:May 16, 2022

Teens bear sprayed at a playground in Regina
POSTED DATE:May 16, 2022

Copycat mass shootings becoming deadlier, experts warn after Buffalo attack
POSTED DATE:May 16, 2022

Passenger, cargo trains collide in Spain; 1 killed, 85 hurt
POSTED DATE:May 16, 2022

NY teen found dead after 13 years; SC sex offender charged
POSTED DATE:May 16, 2022

1 killed, 5 hurt in California church shooting: authorities
POSTED DATE:May 15, 2022

Red River is receding, more than 2,000 evacuees still displaced by Manitoba flood
POSTED DATE:May 15, 2022

Buffalo gunman had threatened high school shooting, official says
POSTED DATE:May 15, 2022

Justice advocate David Milgaard, once wrongfully convicted of murder, has died
POSTED DATE:May 15, 2022

At least 10 dead in mass shooting at Buffalo supermarket
POSTED DATE:May 14, 2022

Hundreds ordered to leave homes in Kenora, Ont., as floodwaters continue to rise
POSTED DATE:May 14, 2022

Curfew for young people after Milwaukee shootings injure 21
POSTED DATE:May 14, 2022

Gas prices continue to soar for weekend drivers, experts predict no immediate relief
POSTED DATE:May 14, 2022

Choose to see: YWCA Regina launches sixth annual sexual assault awareness campaign
POSTED DATE:May 13, 2022

Gas prices reach 1.88 in Regina
POSTED DATE:May 13, 2022

Sask. man accused of sexually assaulting care home residents over 17-year period
POSTED DATE:May 13, 2022

19 COVID-19 deaths reported in Sask., 321 in hospital
POSTED DATE:May 12, 2022

Sask. residents warned to be on the lookout for financial scam
POSTED DATE:May 12, 2022

Saskatoon police canine officers charged in dog bite incidents
POSTED DATE:May 12, 2022

Calgary police release new photos, video of deadly road rage suspect
POSTED DATE:May 12, 2022

Court of Queens Bench decision sheds new light on child abduction case
POSTED DATE:May 11, 2022

1,300 bushels of grain stolen from south Sask. property: RCMP
POSTED DATE:May 11, 2022

Children hospitalized near Montreal after eating suspected cannabis candy
POSTED DATE:May 11, 2022

Approximately 100,000 commercial birds euthanized in Sask. due to avian flu
POSTED DATE:May 10, 2022

Acute hepatitis cases reported in Canada as outbreak affects children globally
POSTED DATE:May 10, 2022

RCMP members now included in veteran license plate eligibility
POSTED DATE:May 09, 2022

Crown seeks direct indictment for 1 of 4 accused in Coutts, Alta., border blockade
POSTED DATE:May 09, 2022

Thousands of fake toonies have been seized in Canada. This is how to tell if you have one
POSTED DATE:May 09, 2022

More than two years since the pandemics start, nearly 1 in 4 Canadians still report high anxiety
POSTED DATE:May 08, 2022



   


    Date: May 10, 2022
    Posted By: Connor Willson




Carrie Underwood is heading back to her stomping grounds.

ABC’s “American Idol” announced late Sunday (May 8) that the Season four winner-turned country sensation would be returning to Idol. The eight-time GRAMMY winner will appear live on the upcoming episode to mentor the top five singers fighting for the championship title.

America has sent breakthrough contestants – Fritz Hager (22), Huntergirl (23), Leah Marlene (20), Nicolina Bozzo (18), and Noah Thompson (20) into the next round and has provided them a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn from Underwood.

“Well, here’s a dream come true! ✨#AmericanIdol icon @Carrieunderwood will mentor the Top 5, live from the home of her Las Vegas residency “REFLECTION” at @resortsworldLV! Who better to help our hopefuls earn a place in the Grand Finale?” the “American Idol” official Twitter account shared following the Mother’s Day episode.

Following the shocking announcement, the “Crazy Angels” singer took to social media to confirm the news.

“Can’t wait!” the multi-platinum artist wrote.

Reality TV junkies and country music fans rushed to the comment section to share their excitement and to applaud Underwood for her successful career since scoring the Idol crown.

“SO cool that you STILL give back to AI after all your success! You are the PERFECT mentor for these kids because you’ve done it all and done it all RIGHT 👏” declared a follower. “Yay! Can’t think of a better mentor than someone who’s been there, done that! So looking forward to this @carrieunderwood!! 👸❤️,” said another.

Budding country competitor HunterGirl, Leah Marlene, and Nicolina Bozzo recently caught up with E! News’ Daily Pop to chat about Underwood’s upcoming appearance. Despite the friendly rivalry, they all agree that they are over the moon.

“I’m so excited, I’m losing my mind,” gushed HunterGirl, who recently wowed with a Lauren Alaina cover. “She was my childhood hero of all heroes. I have so many videos of me singing Carrie Underwood growing up. It’s crazy, I’m just so excited,” voiced Marlene.

It’s been nearly 17 years since Underwood graced the legendary Idol stage and host Ryan Seacrest announced her name as the winner of season four. Since the Oklahoma native knocked out runner-up BoBice in 2005, she catapulted to stardom.

With the victory in her back pocket, the country-pop star went on to dominate the genre. Now, Underwood has collected eight Grammy’s, has become the most decorated artist in CMT Music Awards history, sold over 66 million records worldwide, recorded 28 No.1 singles, released a Gospel LP, created a fashion line titled “Calia by Carrie Underwood,” and has earned her own Las Vegas residency.

Come June 10, the hitmaker will release her highly anticipated album, “Denim & Rhinestones.” Underwood penned 11 of the 12 tracks on the upcoming project and worked with frequent collaborators David Garcia, Hillary Lindsey, Josh Miller, Ashley Gorley, Josh Kear, and Chris DeStefano. Before the powerhouse vocalist drops her country collection, she will wrap up her residency in sin city on May 21.

Underwood will appear on “American Idol” Sunday, May 15, on ABC at 8 p.m.




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    Date: May 04, 2022
    Posted By: Lisa Wulff


Chris Janson teamed with Travis Tritt for a song on his new album “All In,” and now the men are taking their partnership on the road for their co-headlining Can’t Miss Tour.

“I’m really looking forward to the ‘Can’t Miss Tour’ with Chris this fall,” Tritt said in a statement. “Our high-energy performances complement each other so well. Audiences are going to be thoroughly entertained.”

Janson added: “Excited to be out touring with one of my favorites. It’s gonna be a rowdy fall, and I’m looking forward to it!”

Tritt joined Janson for his song “Things You Can’t Live Without” on “All In.” Janson co-wrote the uproarious banger with David Lee Murphy, Deric Ruttan and Chris Stevens, and Tritt told him it sounded like a track he would have had a hit with in the ‘90s. The compliment was music to Janson’s ears.

“I was like, ‘Exactly,’” Janson said. “That was the vibe that I wanted when we wrote it. I wrote it with David Lee Murphy and it’s par for the course. From day one, I said, ‘I’ve got to get Travis on this with me.’ It would just be so killer. Dream day, big win, it’s same thing I’ve always been saying. I asked and he said yes. Then it was, ‘Poof, off to the races.’”

The War Hippies, featuring Scooter Brown and Donnie Reis, will appear as special guests on the tour.

More tour dates to be will be announced in the coming weeks. For tickets and more information, visit www.TravisTritt.com or www.ChrisJanson.com.

The Can’t Miss Tour tour dates are:
Oct. 7: Huntington, WV Mountain Health Arena
Oct. 8: Youngstown, OH Covelli Centre
Oct. 9: Allentown, PA PPL Center
Oct. 13: Jonesboro, AR First National Bank Arena
Oct. 14: Grand Prairie, TX Texas Trust CU Theater
Oct. 20: Highland Heights, KY BB&T Arena
Oct. 22: Corbin, KY The Corbin Arena
Oct. 23: Charlotte, NC Bojangles’ Coliseum
Oct. 27: Clearwater, FL Ruth Eckerd Hall
Oct. 28: Estero, FL Hertz Arena
Oct. 29: Pompano Beach, FL Pompano Beach Amphitheater
Nov. 5: Richmond, VA Altria Theater
Nov. 11: Tupelo, MS BancorpSouth Arena
Nov. 19: Atlanta, GA Gas South Arena




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    Date: May 01, 2022
    Posted By: Dakota Cloutier


Naomi Judd, whose family harmonies with daughter Wynonna turned them into the Grammy-winning country stars The Judds, has died. She was 76.

Her daughters, Wynonna and Ashley, announced her death on Saturday in a statement provided to The Associated Press.

Today we sisters experienced a tragedy. We lost our beautiful mother to the disease of mental illness, the statement said. We are shattered. We are navigating profound grief and know that as we loved her, she was loved by her public. We are in unknown territory.

Naomi Judd died near Nashville, Tennessee, said a statement on behalf of her husband and fellow singer, Larry Strickland. It said no further details about her death would be released and asked for privacy as the family grieves.

The Judds were to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame on Sunday and they had just announced an arena tour to begin in the fall, their first tour together in over a decade.

The mother-daughter performers scored 14 No. 1 songs in a career that spanned nearly three decades. The red-headed duo combined the traditional Appalachian sounds of bluegrass with polished pop stylings, scoring hit after hit in the 1980s. Wynonna led the duo with her powerful vocals, while Naomi provided harmonies and stylish looks on stage.

They also made a return to awards shows when they performed at the CMT Music Awards earlier this month.

Honored to have witnessed Love Can Build a Bridge just a few short weeks ago, singer Maren Morris posted on Twitter on Saturday.

This is heartbreaking news! Naomi Judd was one of the sweetest people Ive ever known, singer Travis Tritt posted on Twitter, noting that he had worked with Judd several times on screen and during performances.

Country music lost a true legend ... sing with the angels, Naomi!!! Were all sending up prayers for the Judd family today, singer Carrie Underwood wrote on Twitter.

After rising to the top of country music, they called it quits in 1991 after doctors diagnosed Naomi Judd with hepatitis C. Wynonna continued her solo career.

The Judds hits included Love Can Build a Bridge in 1990,Mama Hes Crazy in 1984, Why Not Me in 1984,Turn It Loose in 1988, Girls Night Out in 1985, Rockin With the Rhythm of the Rain in 1986 and Grandpa in 1986.

Born Diana Ellen Judd in Ashland, Kentucky, Naomi was working as a single mother and nurse in Nashville, when she and Wynonna started singing together professionally. Their unique harmonies, together with elements of acoustic music, bluegrass and blues, made them stand out in the genre at the time.

We had a such a stamp of originality on what we were trying to do, Naomi Judd told The AP after it was announced that they would be joining the Country Music Hall of Fame.

In an interview with the AP in March, Naomi Judd said she was already deep into preparation for the upcoming tour and was looking forward to the Hall of Fame induction.

To have all the incredible opportunities that Ive had, being reminded of all that just makes me very humbled and I just want to bask in the moment, Judd said.

Wynonna Judd remarked that throughout their lives, their music had kept them together.

Music is the bridge between mom and me, and it it bonds us together, she told the AP. Even in the not easy times.

The Judds released six studio albums and an EP between 1984 and 1991 and won nine Country Music Association Awards and seven from the Academy of Country Music. They earned a total of five Grammy Awards together on hits like Why Not Me and Give A Little Love, and Naomi earned a sixth Grammy for writing Love Can Build a Bridge.

The Judds also performed at the halftime of the 1994 Super Bowl, along with Travis Tritt, Clint Black and Tanya Tucker.

The Judds sang about family, the belief in marriage and the virtue of fidelity. Because Naomi was so young looking, the two were mistaken for sisters early in their career. She was also known to prefer flashy stage outfits, full of sparkles and rhinestones, over casual boots and cowboy style clothing.

They first got attention singing on Ralph Emerys morning show in early 1980, where the host named them the Soap Sisters because Naomi said she used to make her own soap.

After the success of Mama Hes Crazy, they won the Horizon Award at the 1984 CMA Awards. Naomi started her speech by saying Slap the dog and spit in the fire!

Naomi Judd was open about her health struggles, as well as severe depression and anxiety. In her memoir, River of Time, she described her diagnosis of hepatitis C, which she said she unknowingly contracted during her time as a nurse. She said that by 1995, her doctors had told her she was completely free of the virus.

In the memoir, she described feeling like she had lost her identity when she returned home after a 2010 reunion tour, isolating herself at her home and dealing with crippling panic attacks. She also said that she had been dealing with trauma from childhood sexual abuse. She was admitted to a psychiatric ward at a hospital and spent time in an outpatient treatment program.

Daughter Ashley Judd is an actor and humanitarian known for her roles in such movies as Kiss the Girls, Double Jeopardy and Heat.

Ashley Judd, right, and her mother, Naomi Judd, arrive at the LA premiere of Olympus Has Fallen, at the ArcLight Theatre, Monday, March 18, 2013, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)

Strickland, who was a backup singer for Elvis Presley, was married to Naomi Judd for 32 years.




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    Date: Apr 25, 2022
    Posted By: Emma Jackson


Kenny Chesney, country music’s favorite harbinger of summer, kicked off his stadium tour this weekend in Tampa, Florida, with a little help from Dan + ShayOld DominionCarly Pearce and 58,369 fans.

“After four years, we were together again — and we were going to squeeze every last drop and bit of passion out of every single song,” Chesney said in a statement.

Chesney’s Here & Now 2022 tour stretches through Aug. 27 and includes 40 stadium concerts.

The Luttrell, Tennessee, native kicked off the night with a seven-minute version of his hit “Beer in Mexico” and followed it up with “Reality,” “Til It’s Gone” and “Here and Now.”

“It’s a tsunami of love and energy sweeping right over us…,” Chesney told the crowd.

His band, complete with new drummer Nick Buda and guitarist Danny Rader, backed him up on his cleaner stage with new, cutting-edge video, as he ripped through “Out Last Night,” “Knowing You,” “Somewhere with You” and “How Forever Feels.”

The audience helped him sing “Summertime,” “Pirate Flag” and “I Go Back,” but truly tookover “American Kids.”

“I knew it was going to be good,” Chesney said in a statement. “But this was other level stuff – the way they filled the stadium with light from the moment ‘Anything But Mine’ started, the way they pushed back ‘Noise’ like they were singing for their lives, the relief and reassurance,” Chesney marveled after the show, “I could hear it in their choruses of ‘Everything’s Gonna Be Alright.’ If music holds people together, it also brings them together – and lets them release so much of what’s locked inside.”

Chesney’s set was two hours and 15 minutes of hit songs and memories made.

Other stops on his stadium tour are:

APR 28, 2022
AUSTIN, TX
AUSTIN CITY LIMITS LIVE

APR 30, 2022
CHARLOTTE, NC
BANK OF AMERICA STADIUM

MAY 5, 2022
NOBLESVILLE, IN
RUOFF HOME MORTGAGE CENTER

MAY 7, 2022
ST. LOUIS, MO
BUSCH STADIUM

MAY 14, 2022
MILWAUKEE, WI
AMERICAN FAMILY FIELD

MAY 19, 2022
ORANGE BEACH, AL
THE WHARF

MAY 21, 2022
ATLANTA, GA
MERCEDES-BENZ STADIUM

MAY 25, 2022
CHARLESTON, SC
CREDIT ONE STADIUM

MAY 26, 2022
HUNTSVILLE, AL
ORION AMPHITHEATER

MAY 28, 2022
NASHVILLE, TN
NISSAN STADIUM

JUN 2, 2022
THE WOODLANDS, TX
CYNTHIA WOODS MITCHELL PAVILION

JUN 4, 2022
DALLAS, TX
AT&T STADIUM

JUN 8, 2022
CANANDAIGUA, NY
CMAC

JUN 9, 2022
CUYAHOGA FALLS, OH
BLOSSOM MUSIC CENTER

JUN 11, 2022
PITTSBURGH, PA
HEINZ FIELD

JUN 15, 2022
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA
VETERANS UNITED HOME LOANS AMPHITHEATER

JUN 16, 2022
BRISTOW, VA
JIFFY LUBE LIVE

JUN 18, 2022
PHILADELPHIA, PA
LINCOLN FINANCIAL FIELD

JUN 23, 2022
CINCINNATI, OH
RIVERBEND MUSIC CENTER

JUN 25, 2022
CHICAGO, IL
SOLDIER FIELD

JUN 29, 2022
BRANDON, MS
BRANDON AMPHITHEATER

JUN 30, 2022
ROGERS, AR
WALMART AMP

JUL 2, 2022
KANSAS CITY, MO
GEHA FIELD AT ARROWHEAD

JUL 9, 2022
BOZEMAN, MT
BOBCAT STADIUM

JUL 12, 2022
STATELINE, NV
LAKE TAHOE OUTDOOR ARENA AT HARVEYS

JUL 13, 2022
STATELINE, NV
LAKE TAHOE OUTDOOR ARENA AT HARVEYS

JUL 16, 2022
SEATTLE, WA
LUMEN FIELD

JUL 19, 2022
BEND, OR
HAYDEN HOMES AMPHITHEATER

JUL 20, 2022
BEND, OR
HAYDEN HOMES AMPHITHEATER

JUL 23, 2022
INGLEWOOD, CA
SOFI STADIUM

JUL 27, 2022
BOISE, ID
FORD IDAHO CENTER AMPHITHEATER

JUL 28, 2022
SALT LAKE CITY, UT
USANA AMPHITHEATER

JUL 30, 2022
DENVER, CO
EMPOWER FIELD AT MILE HIGH

AUG 6, 2022
MINNEAPOLIS, MN
US BANK STADIUM

AUG 10, 2022
COLUMBIA, MD
MERRIWEATHER POST PAVILION

AUG 11, 2022
SYRACUSE, NY
ST. JOSEPH’S AMPHITHEATER AT LAKEVIEW

AUG 13, 2022
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ
METLIFE STADIUM

AUG 18, 2022
COLUMBUS, OH
HISTORIC CREW STADIUM

AUG 20, 2022
DETROIT, MI
FORD FIELD

AUG 26, 2022
FOXBORO, MA
GILLETTE STADIUM

AUG 27, 2022
FOXBORO, MA
GILLETTE STADIUM




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    Date: Apr 22, 2022
    Posted By: Skip Wulff




It sounds like Dan + Shay are in for 10,000 headaches.

Dan + Shay and Justin Bieber are named in a lawsuit filed Thursday over copyright infringement of their chart-topping hit “10,000 Hours.”
People reported that International Manufacturing Concepts, Melomega music and Sound Gems sued Bieber, Dan + Shay, and others due to similarities in “10,000 Hours” to the 1973 song “The First Time Baby Is A Holiday,” written by Palmer Rakes and Frank Fioravanti.

The suit states the men “stole the core portion,” which includes the chorus, verse and hook from “The First Time Baby Is A Holiday.” “The First Time Baby Is A Holiday” was written in 1973, not registered until 1980, and was recorded in 2014 when it was re-registered because they slightly changed the song title.

“10,000 Hours,” which also includes co-writers Jessie Jo Dillon, Jordan Reynolds, and Jason “Poo Bear” Boyd, was released in 2019 and is from Dan + Shay’s “Good Things” album.

The suit alleges there are “unmistakable similarities.”

Reps for Bieber and Dan + Shay did not immediately respond to People’s request for comment.

Lawsuits aside, Dan + Shay are gearing up to help Kenny Chesney launch his Here And Now 2022 stadium tour presented by Blue Chair Bay Rum and fueled by MARATHON, Saturday at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium. Old Dominion and Carly Pearce will also join Chesney on tour.




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GRANGER SMITH
I KILL SPIDERS
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BOBBY BONES AND THE RAGING IDIOTS
EVERY DAY IS A GOOD DAY
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WALKER HAYES
WHAT IF WE DID
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PARKER WILLINGHAM
YOU GET ME EVERY TIME
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THE SCOTT BROTHERS
MY HOUSE
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LUKE COMBS
ONE NUMBER
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PEYTON DAVIS
NOWHERE AMERICA
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LAUREN ALAINA
IF THE WORLD WAS A SMALL TOWN
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CRAIG MORGAN
THIS OLE BOY
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KIP MOORE
MANS GOTTA DO
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