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Info From Music Row with Leuck and Howe 02/14/2022

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Husband and wife team Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani teamed up over the weekend to headline night two of the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest in Los Angeles, and while they did team up for a couple of songs, for the most part they kept their sets separate. Mickey Guyton actually opened the show for both of them, performing songs like “Black Like Me,” “Different,” “Remember Her Name,” “All American" and more. Then Gwen took over with a hit-filled set that included “The Sweet Escape,” “Let Me Blow Your Mind,” “Rich Girl,” and “Hollaback Girl,” and her Talk Talk cover “It’s My Life,” as well as No Doubt songs “Sunday Morning,” “Underneath It All,” “Ex Girlfriend,” “Spiderwebs,” “Hey Baby,” “Just A Girl” and more. Meanwhile, Blake was a bit shocked that he was closing the night, joking, “Who in the hell had the idea for me to go on after Gwen Stefani?” adding, “The next part of the show is gonna suck compared to what you just experienced.” But Blake treated the crowd to such his as “Honey Bee,” “Neon Light,” “Hell Right,” “Sangria,” “Ol Red,” “Austin,” “God’s Country,” “Boys Round Here" and more, and brought out Gwen for “Nobody But You,” and “Happy Anywhere.” 

Lauren Alaina had a pretty great weekend. The singer was officially inducted as a member of the Grand Ole Opry Saturday, with Trisha Yearwood on hand to do the honors. “This is so awesome,” Lauren said as she fought back tears. “Since I was a little girl, I dreamed of this moment. Most little girls dreamed of their weddings. I dreamed of this. Hopefully, now I can have a wedding, too, and we’ll be set.” Trisha told Lauren during the ceremony, “A lot of people love you,” noting, “What I’ve gotten to observe is how genuine you are,” adding, “You’re exactly the kind of artist the Opry loves and wants and looks for.” Lauren was even surprised by a special message from Dolly Parton. “You and I have a lot in common,” Parton told Alaina. “We both started young. We love country music, and we love the Grand Ole Opry,” adding, “I want to wish you the best in your whole career. Good luck with the Grand Ole Opry. We love you!”


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