Bev running around the Coronado Mall in a
Bev's 1st Bull Ride... YIKES!!!
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~~ Coming soon: You can shop at Miranda's place.
On Friday, Nov. 23, Miranda Lambert will officially open a store called the Pink Pistol in Tishomingo, Okla. (Miranda and husband Blake Shelton live on a farm outside the south central Oklahoma city.)
Miranda says, "We're having the Grand Opening the day after Thanksgiving, on Black Friday, only we're calling it Pink Friday. We're going to make it a tradition to turn the block pink every year at that time."
Miranda says the store will carry a little bit of everything..."antiques, gifts, boots, jeans and pretty much everything you can imagine."
The logo for the Pink Pistol is a pistol with wings. The catchphrase underneath reads: "For the Wild at Heart."
The store is located at 214 West Main Street in Tishomingo.
~~ George Jones is ill and has canceled a concert scheduled this week.
Jones was scheduled to perform today at Shooting Star Casino, Hotel and Event Center in Mahnomen, Minn. That concert had been rescheduled from April when Jones needed more time to recover from an upper respiratory infection.
Jones' management team said the 81-year-old singer has gotten a virus and is being treated by doctors.
Jones apologized to his fans for the inconvenience.
Shooting Star says there are no plans to reschedule the performance. Ticket-buyers will receive a refund in seven to 10 days.
~~Tim McGraw and The Mavericks debuted songs from their upcoming 2013 albums at a private Halloween show in Nashville on Wednesday.
During McGraw's preview of songs from "Two Lanes of Freedom", he was joined by R&B singer Ne-Yo.
~~ Gary Allan says he's disappointed with the way so many of his peers have crossed over into the pop world.
Gary tells The Boot, "I personally think it's a bad thing for all genres. The result is now you have to leave it on the country radio station for a few minutes to even decide if it is a country radio station. You never, ever had to do that. Back in the day we were all playing for [the country] genre. You didn't have to worry about being so politically correct ... there was a lot more variety. There was a lot more passion. Now it sort of has to be right down the middle so it doesn't offend, and I think the result is that it's all being whitewashed. "