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Zac Brown Band Extends “The Owl Tour” With 2020 Dates

Zac Brown Band Extends “The Owl Tour” With 2020 Dates

Zac Brown Band has extended its The Owl Tour with 20 dates in 2020. The tour takes its name from ZBB’s 2019 album, The Owl. ZBB’s 2020 trek will kick off on Feb. 28 in Moline, Ill., with additional stops in Toronto, Las Vegas, Nashville and more. Tickets will go on sale to the general…More

Watch Lady Antebellum Team With Halsey for Powerful Medley at CMA Awards

Watch Lady Antebellum Team With Halsey for Powerful Medley at CMA Awards

One of the highlights from the CMA Awards on Nov. 13 was the cross-genre collaboration between Lady Antebellum and indie pop star Halsey. The collaboration kicked off as the artists joined forces on “What If I Never Get Over You,” a current Top 10 single that is featured on Lady A’s new album, Ocean. With…More

Watch Reba McEntire’s “Fancy” Performance at the CMA Awards

Watch Reba McEntire’s “Fancy” Performance at the CMA Awards

Co-host Reba McEntire threw it back to 1990 for her performance of “Fancy” on the CMA Awards on Nov. 13. Reba recorded “Fancy” for her 1990 album, Rumor Has It. Released as a single in 1991, “Fancy” reached No. 8 on the Billboard Country chart. Watch Reba’s performance below. photo by Curtis Hilbun, AFF-USA.comMore

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‘The Crown’ still looks regal as Olivia Colman assumes the throne

‘The Crown’ still looks regal as Olivia Colman assumes the throne

“The Crown” ushers in a new cast, but the Netflix historical drama’s compelling and regal formula — exploring the obligations and indignities associated with the seemingly sun-drenched life of the British Royal Family — remains the same, and indeed has only deepened as the principals advance into middle age. While Olivia Colman, fresh off her…

Everything you need to know before watching season three of ‘The Crown’

Everything you need to know before watching season three of ‘The Crown’

Practice your curtsy. “The Crown” returns to Netflix on Sunday, with Olivia Colman taking her seat on Queen Elizabeth II’s throne as the series’ new star. The 10-episode run, set between 1964 and 1977, will showcase tension inside Buckingham Palace and tackle turmoil on the outside, introducing many viewers to a volatile period in British…

There are more LGBTQ characters on television than ever before

There are more LGBTQ characters on television than ever before

A record-breaking number of LGBTQ characters will appear on broadcast television by the time this year’s season is over. A total 10.2% of regular characters in the 2019-2020 broadcast television season are reported to be LGBTQ, according to GLAAD’s “Where We Are on TV” report. That’s up from 8.8% the prior season. The latest tally…

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