An arrest in The Band Perry's concert postponement. Patrick Stewart goes country and Chris Young is coming over this holiday season.
FOX's Michelle Pollino presents "FOX Country":
An arrest was made following statements that forced postponement of The Band Perry's Delaware concert over the weekend. Police say Dzmitry Papou turned himself in after seeing reports on the news. Papou and an accomplice walked into a Delaware welcome center Sunday to buy tickets, but found out they were sold out Sunday. The News Journal reports that they then allegedly threatened to jump the fence with guns. The show has been rescheduled for next month.
Patrick Stewart debuted a collection of cowboy classics on the Fourth of July. The X Men star sings 'Rawhide', 'Don't Fence Me In', 'Buttons and Bows' and other songs.
'Cowboy Classics' volume 1 and 2 are being sold through his website pstewsings.com, all proceeds go to International Rescue Committee.
And Chris Young took to Facebook to make a big announcement:
(Young) "I might as well just go ahead and say it, we are making a Christmas record. I am so excited, you guys know Christmas is one of my favorite times of the year. I have so many Christmas songs I want to do."
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