Look who brought Justin's brother in law home this evening!Justin Marshall
Posted by Sherry Fletcher Angel on Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Stars are just like you and me -- at least that's what we like to think. For Roho Hartmann it's reality.
Chris Lane, an Australian man who had recently accepted a scholarship to play baseball for East Central University in Oklahoma, was shot and killed by three Oklahoma teens Friday afternoon. According to the police, the teens did it simply because they were bored.
Toby Keith's Oklahoma Twister Relief concert was a huge success, with emotionally-charged performances buoyed by a collective effort to help out victims of the deadly May tornadoes in the Sooner state. Country fans did their part in showing up to the event, breaking attendance records at Oklahoma University’s Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium on Saturday (July 6).
It is the one thing that I brag about most: The listeners that we have in Western New York are extremely loyal and generous!
The results are in, and WYRK/Townsquare Media's "Pennies From Heaven" initiative raised over $8,000!! The money will be passed along to the victims of the violent tornadoes that ripped through Oklahoma back in May.
Before Ronnie Dunn steps on stage at Toby Keith's Oklahoma Twister Relief Concert this weekend, he wanted to spend some time with Oklahomans who have been impacted by the recent devastating tornado. On the Fourth of July, the star singer spent some time visiting with residents in Shawnee, Okla., even lending a hand wherever possible.
In an act of complete generosity and thoughtfulness, superstar Tim McGraw has postponed his concert at the Kansas Star Arena in Wichita, Kansas this weekend in order to ensure Toby Keith's Oklahoma Twister Relief Concert takes precedence in the country music fan community.
Toby Keith's Oklahoma Twister Relief Concert, which sold out in one hour, just announced another shining star has been added to its roster. And it's not just any country singer; it's 'Blown Away' hitmaker and Grammy-winning songstress, Carrie Underwood.
Toby Keith's previously announced concert to benefit the victims of the devastating Oklahoma tornado is looking like it will be a whirlwind of success. Not only does it have a slew of top-notch performers, it also sold out at an astonishing rate.
On July 6, Toby Keith will host a major effort to provide relief to victims of the tornadoes that ravaged parts of Oklahoma this spring. Big-name country stars like Willie Nelson and Garth Brooks have been on the list of performers from the get-go, but Keith recently added more names and sponsors to the mix.