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Tim McGraw and Trace Adkins coming to Great Jones County Fair

Tim McGraw and Trace Adkins coming to Great Jones County Fair

Tim McGraw, known for his songs "Humble and Kind," "Live Like You Were Dying," "Shotgun Rider," and "I Like It, I Love It," was last at the fair in 2015. Trace Adkins was last at the Great Jones County Fair in 2007. Adkins is known for his songs "You

Coming up at the Cumming Country Fair & Festival: Trace Adkins, football night

Coming up at the Cumming Country Fair & Festival: Trace Adkins, football night

Coming up at the Cumming Country Fair & Festival: Trace Adkins, football night. Fair. From staff reports. Updated: Oct. 10, 2018, 2:25 p.m.. Time is winding down on the 2018 Cumming Country Fair & Festival, which began on Oct. 4 and ends Oct. 14, but

Trace Adkins Showcases Veterans in 'Still a Soldier' Music Video

Trace Adkins is shining a spotlight on veterans in his music video for "Still a Soldier" -- and ET has all the details.

ET has teamed up with Wounded Warrior Project to bring fans the story behind the touching video, which features a real-life Army veteran, Specialist Bryan Gerwitz, standing before an unsuspecting crowd at one of Adkins' concerts and receiving a huge hero's welcome.

"It's a tip of the hat to all those veterans that I've worked with over the years," Adkins tells ET. "I didn't prompt the audience. I didn't tell them we were shooting a video -- nothing."

"I just really appreciate all of them," he adds.

Wounded Warrior Project connects warriors to peers and communities, empowering them to live life to the fullest and embody the logo of one warrior carrying another.

Источник: Entertainment Tonight

Fatal rampage through crowd at Trace Adkins concert in Scott County leads to plea deal

A food vendor accused in a vehicular rampage that left a monster truck driver dead at a crowded festival featuring country music star Trace Adkins maintains he was the victim but announced Monday he wasn’t willing to take his chances with a jury.

Billy Jason Carson, 45, of Cleveland, Tenn., struck what is known as an Alford plea to charges he twice drove into a crowd at a 2015 Memorial Day weekend festival at the Trails End Campground in Huntsville and intentionally slung Indiana monster truck driver Tony Farrell, 50, from his vehicle and ran over him.

An Alford plea means Carson did not admit guilt at a hearing Monday in Scott County Criminal Court but instead conceded 8th Judicial District Assistant District Attorney General David Pollard had enough evidence to prove his case against Carson.

Источник: Knoxville News Sentinel

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