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Kendrick performs a tribute to legendary actress Shirley MacLaine while Brooks sings 'Allentown' and 'Goodnight Saigon' in honor of Billy Joel.
After releasing his chart-topping box set 'Blame It All on My Roots', the country superstar reveals that there'll be new music on his newly-announced world tour that kicks off next year.
The country star's 'Blame It All on My Roots' lands on the chart's top spot with 146,000, while the pop diva's self-titled album arrives at No. 4 with 107,000.
The country superstar announces his plan to go on a world tour in 2014 during his visit to 'Good Morning America' to promote his new release, 'Blame It All on My Roots'.
Brooks gushes over his wife of eight years during appearance on 'The Ellen DeGeneres show', saying, 'I never knew that everyday you could wake up and feel like this.'
The 'Friends in Low Places' singer is 'grateful' for media's attention after his daughter gave birth to a baby girl, but he and family request privacy.
The singers are joined by other musicians including Ronnie Dunn, Sammy Hagar, Willie Nelson and Mel Tillis at the event to raise money for the victims of the tornadoes that hit the state last May
The 'Red Solo Cup' singer will also be seen taking the stage alongside other country stars like Willie Nelson and Sammy Hagar at the concert, which will be held on Saturday, July 6.
The country music crooner is branded in the lawsuit as a 'paranoid, angry, deceitful and vindictive man who will turn against those closest to him on a dime.'
Besides the song tribute, the ACM honors the late TV/radio host by naming its Artist of the Decade award after him.
The husband of Trisha Yearwood couldn't hold back his tears when receiving the honor at the Sunday, October 21 event, in which he was welcomed by his personal hero George Strait.
Brooks joins Hargus 'Pig' Robbins and Connie Smith who will be inducted in 'Veterans Era Artist' and 'Recording and/or Touring Musician Active Prior to 1980' categories respectively.
The country singer husband of Trisha Yearwood is also awarded $500,000 in punitive damages after winning the lawsuit over the donation he made in honor of his late mother.
Expecting a building named after his late mother, Colleen Brooks, the country crooner was disappointed when the hospital said they would use it for something else.
The country icon reveals the reason why he sent a bouquet of flowers recently to Winfrey, saying that she has made a friend's dying wish come true and he wants to say thank you for that.