Did you notice Faith Hill sporting a mouth full of braces at last week's CMAs? She had them as a kid . . . but decided to go for round two about four months ago. (Taste of Country)
Rascal Flatts and Hayden Panettiere will be co-hosting the third annual "CMT Artists of the Year" special. It airs December 8th, on CMT of course. (Hayden plays Juliette Barnes on the ABC series "Nashville".)
Jason Aldean announced the first leg of his "Night Train Tour". It'll kick off February 21st in Bossier City, Louisiana . . . hitting a total of 23 cities through May. Jake Owen and Thomas Rhett are the openers. You can grab details at JasonAldean.com. Jason is still finalizing dates for the second leg. We already know it'll include stops at Chicago's Wrigley Field and Boston's Fenway Park.
Easton Corbin has spent the last few months driving a Dodge Ram truck that will be auctioned off on December 29th . . . as part of Ram Jam 2012. Proceeds from the auction will go to the Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund . . . which provides scholarships to families of our military heroes.
86-year-old Country Music Hall of Famer Ray Price is one tough hombre. He confirmed to the "San Antonio Express-News" that he has pancreatic cancer and underwent six months of chemotherapy. And yet, Ray STILL has concert dates scheduled through next June is planning to record a new album later this month.
Aaron Lewis is the NRA Artist of the Month for November. Here's his well-written speech about that. Quote, "I love what NRA Country stands for. I love my family. I love this country and the rights and freedoms that this great nation gives to each of us. I am Aaron Lewis and I am NRA Country." (NRA Country)