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Burke/Triolo Productions/Thinkstock Singer/songwriter Mark Gray, who was perhaps best known for his 1985 hit “Sometimes When We Touch” with Tammy Wynette, died Friday at the age of 64.

Jason AldeanThomas Rhett and Lady Antebellum will headline the festival formerly known as Jamboree in the Hills July 13-15 in Belmont County, Ohio. This will be the 41st year for the gathering, which will now be known as Jambo Country.

Eric Church’s singles “Love Your Love the Most,” “Springsteen,” “Like Jesus Does,” “Talladega,” “Like a Wrecking Ball,” and “Creepin’” were all certified platinum during the month of November.

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