| Dolly Parton celebrates her Tennessee theme park's 20th Birthday with a big splash.
Dolly Parton threw a 20th birthday bash for her Dollywood theme park with a gala parade and the gift of a lifetime for her fans. Dolly marked the occasion by announcing the opening of 10 new rides for the park, located in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. But she also gave about 1,600 guess a reason to party for the next 20 years. The lucky fans received "platinum blonde super passes," good for 20 years of free admissions to Dollywood. "You were worth every penny of it and more to me," Dolly told the pleasantly stunned guest.
George Strait Sets A Personal Record Career High
George keeps racking up milestones with his latest single, "You'll Be There" which set a career high when it debuted on billboards top country singles chart. The song is about a religious man hoping to join those people he loves in heaven someday. This single beat his previous highest debut for 2001's "Run." George says his inspiration is his own God-loving father.
Garth Brooks Countdown
Garth countdown 3,381, that's the number of days left before Garth Brooks returns to country music, based on his public statements that he will end his retirement when youngest daughter Allie turns 18 on July 28, 2014.
Outstanding Mother Award goes to Reba McEntire
Reba McEntire was named outstanding Mother-Of-The-Year 2005 by the national mothers day committee. The award was presented May 5 in New York. This award is presented annually to contemporary lifestyle leaders of American society.
HERE IS THE LATEST TOP 10 COUNTRY HITS: (Results through April 16, 2005)
1. That's What I Love About Sunday (Craig Morgan).
2. Anything But Mine (Kenny Chesney)
3. It's Getting Better All The Time (Brooks & Dunn)
4. Gone (Montgomery Gentry)
5. Baby Girl (Sugarland)
6. My Give A Damn's Busted (Jo Dee Messina)
7. If Heaven (Andy Griggs)
8. Nothin' To Lose (Josh Gracin)
9. Homewrecker (Gretchen Wilson).
10. I May Hate Myself In the Morning (Lee Ann Womack)
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