The Zac Brown Band rips through a cover of a Queen song, Dierks Bentley raises over 300 thousand for kids! and Carrie Underwood officially releases the latest single off her new album.
I'm Michelle Pollino.
I'll bet you never heard Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" anything like this...
That's the Zac Brown Band who debuted the song at the iHeart Music Festival. The guys are gearing up for their own festival on October 11th and 12th in Charleston. Southern Ground is in its fourth year. Joining the band will be Gov't Mule, Blues Traveler and the Old 97's.
Speaking of events, Dierks Bentley was joined by Chris Young, Randy Houser, and Kip Moore and raised $335,000 for Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at the 9th Annual Miles and Music for Kids. Riders traveled from Columbia, Tennessee to Nashville's Riverfront Park.
And, Carrie Underwood has officially released her new single, "Something in the Water." The faith-based single is included on the greatest-hits album. "Greatest Hits:Decade #1" is due in stores December 9th.
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