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Faith Hill and the Dixie Chicks will join a star-studded cast for a televised benefit to raise money for the victims of last week's terrorist attacks Read More
A Roanoke, Virginia radio station decided to sell tickets and backstage passes to a Kenny Chesney concert to the highest bidder with the proceeds going to the Red Cross. Read More
Martina McBride's album, "Greatest Hits" arrives in stores today. For the next month, a portion of the proceeds from the album will be donated to the American Red Cross. Read More
Following is a list of addresses, phone numbers and website information to donate blood, money and supplies to help in the rescue mission and cleanup after Tuesday's terrorist attack disaster in New York and Washington D.C. Read More
Carolyn Mayer Beug, the director of Dwight Yoakam's videos "Ain't That Lonely Yet," "Fast as You," and "A Thousand Miles from Nowhere" died tragically when American Airlines Flight 11 crashed into the World Trade Center's North tower last Tuesday.Read More
I'm currently in my hotel room watching CNN inabsolute shock and horror over the events that took place Tuesday. Everysingle one of you has been touched by this tragedy in some form or fashion -some on a more personal level than... Read More
In a previous update on Scene and Heard, we reported that Clint Black's concert was to be rescheduled for September 28. Black's concert, the "Freedom for All" concert has been rescheduled for January 25. Original tickets will still be honored. Read More
Due to the President's declaration that today is a National Day of Prayer and Remembrance, the WB Network will not air the premiere of Reba McEntire's sitcom "Reba." New broadcast dates are scheduled to be announced next week. Also, Reba's scheduled chat on AOL -- originally set for Friday -- is also postponed and will be rescheduled in the next few weeks. Read More
Today, September 14, 2001, has been declared a National Day of Prayer and Remembrance by President George W. Bush.

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With the events that have transpired over the last few days, many events have been either canceled or postponed. Candlelight vigils and group prayer meetings are in full force across America in churches and public venues. However, some television stations are resuming their normal broadcasting schedule in order to bring some semblance of normalcy back to the viewing public. Read More
Some of country music's brightest stars were in New York City during Tuesday's terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, there for business as usual. Following is an update on some of the stars, as well as some reaction to the unfolding events. Read More
As we all know, Faith Hill is expecting a third child to add to the McGraw-Hill family. Read More
The New York Post talked to Billy Gilman, and in Friday’s edition, Gilman revealed his thoughts about his life, his career and his future. Read More
Reba McEntire, in Los Angeles working on her new sitcom for the WB network, will take some time out to perform at a charity dinner. Read More
Lee Ann Womack is scheduled to be a guest columnist in the November issue of Rosie O' Donnell's magazine. Read More
Kenny Rogers will be in Las Vegas on September 21, but not to sing. Read More
Give a hand to Blake Shelton. His debut song "Austin" continues to break records. Read More
Reba's got one premiering this fall and guess who might join her with their own show next year? Read More
John Marshall High School in Glen Dale, West Virginia held its 10 year reunion for the graduating class of 1991, and Brad Paisley was there -- with a couple of gate crashers. Read More
Blake Shelton's debut single "Austin" has remained in the number one position on the Billboard Hot Singles & Tracks chart for five consecutive weeks. Read More