The DIRT – 3.8.17

Blake Shelton’s Childhood Home For Sale:

Blake Shelton’s childhood home in Ada, Oklahoma, is on the market for a cool $250,000.

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Nash Country Daily reports that Shelton’s mother, Dorothy, put the ranch-style home up for sale after she had been renting out for a few years. The three-bedroom, 2.5-bath home boasts more than 3,000 square feet of living space, including a rustic great room, a living room with a fireplace and a spacious deck area. Check out pictures of the home here.


 

Tim McGraw: Wants his daughter to record an album

Tim McGraw’s daughter Gracie certainly showcased her singing skills on the duet “Here Tonight” from  his latest album, Damn Country Music.

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Tim hopes the 19-year-old will continue to spread her musical wings and release an album of her own someday. When E! News recently asked McGraw about his daughter potentially making her own music, he said, “I think she should make an album. I’m trying to talk her into it.” Then, when asked if he’d produce Gracie’s album, Tim said, “I don’t know that she’d let me produce that. She’s a better artist than I am a producer.”


JOEY FEEK: Solo Album to Be Released Next Month

A Joey Feek solo album will be released on April 7th.

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If Not for You is a collection of songs she recorded before Joey and Rory became famous.

Rory Feek writes in the album’s booklet, “It’s one of the great joys of my life to dust these songs off and bring them to life again. Not just the songs, but also the stories and the life of the special woman that these songs represent.”

Joey died a year ago on March 4th of stage four cervical cancer.


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