Lonestar's Party Heard Around The World To Be Televised
Starting with the nationally syndicated television show Daytime and the ever so popular Wendy Williams Show on April 28th, the ABCNews.com show What's The Buzz on April 30th, the Fox News Channel shows Huckabee on May 1st and Fox & Friends on May 3rd, Better TV on May 10th, and the new Emeril Lagasse Show on May 23rd. In addition to the performances, Lonestar will be featured in GAC's "On The Streets" segment beginning in late April and will be interviewed for the Fox Entertainment feed on May 3rd. The band will also make a very special appearance on PBS' National Memorial Day Concert, airing nationwide on May 31st.
Party Heard Around The World is Lonestar's 10th album. Known both for strong country roots as well as multi-genre crossover appeal that has led to a history of success on the country and the pop/rock charts, Lonestar has sold over 10 million album units since its 1995 debut. The Texas bred band has built an impressive list of hit singles on the country charts, including 10 #1s, while at the same time landing 9 Top 40 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Their 1999 album release, Lonely Grill, produced Lonestar's biggest crossover smash to date, the ballad "Amazed," which spent eight weeks at the #1 spot on the country charts as well as reaching #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The dual win made Lonestar the first country act since Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton's "Islands In the Stream" in 1983 to accomplish this career milestone. Lonestar consists of original members Dean Sams, Keech Rainwater, and Michael Britt, as well as lead vocalist Cody Collins who joined the group in 2007.
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