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When it came time to sing the line “not bad for a girl goin’ nowhere” in her hit “Girl Goin’ Nowhere,” Ashley McBryde couldn’t get the words out during her duet with Terri Clark at her induction into the Grand Ole Opry on Saturday. “Wow,” she said to Clark, “you do it.” McBryde says the moment of her induction into the Opry “is the biggest of my life.” She has some other big moments still to look forward to, including the GRAMMYS in February where her album “Lindeville” is nominated for country album of the year, and “Never Wanted To Be That Girl,” with Carly Pearce, is up for country duo/group performance honors.
Jelly Roll put on a tour-de-force final concert of his tour on Friday night, with Michael Buffer introing the multi-genre star to a sold-out crowd at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. He was joined on stage during the show by Chris Young, Sam Hunt, half of Shinedown, and more. The singer also gave the crowd the first live performance of his new single “Need A Favor,” which was released earlier in the day. Jelly Roll has been at number one on Billboard’s Emerging Artists chart for 16 straight weeks, the second-longest time spent by an artist at the top of that chart.
December 13th is the Day of the Horse. Miranda Lambert's horse Gibson is a Gypsy Vanner. Long manes and feathering on their legs are characteristics. Miranda also has Welsh Cob ponies. 'Ran has taken her ponies into the show ring and has even won some ribbons. Check out Gibson in her video for "Settling Down."