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lyrics back to the band all performance long.over the years, but also the bond between them and their loyal legion of fans, who sang thethe Franklin Theatre underscored not only the success the group has enjoyed on the chartsThis year marks five decades of performing for the group Exile, and Saturday night's show at
Legendary band Exile drew a packed house for a special concert at the Franklin Theatre in Franklin, Tenn., Saturday night (March 16). The band, celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, regaled hard-core fans with classic hits and some new material at the intimate show, which was recorded for an upcoming album and DVD project.
Trace Adkins’ 11th studio album, Love Will… is set for May 14, 2013 release on Show Dog-Universal Music. The album about the world’s greatest emotion will feature two-time Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter, Colbie Caillat, the esteemed Harlem Gospel Choir and Rock/Country veterans, Exile. Fans can pre-order Love Will… via online retailers on April 2nd. All who pre-order on iTunes will immediately receive an instant download of “Watch The World End” featuring Colbie Caillat.
The band Exile will launch its 50 Years In Music tour Tuesday, Jan. 29, at the KCI Expo Center in Kansas City, Missouri. Projected to extend into April 2014, the tour will highlight Exile’s enduring impact on pop and country music since its founding in Richmond, Kentucky in 1963.
One of the more successful bands in country music history is doing it all over again. Exile, who topped the Hot Country Songs chart repeatedly in the 1980s, recently dropped an EP entitled "People Get Ready." It's their first new release in over two decades -- and the first since 1987 to feature J.P. Pennington, Les Taylor, Sonny LeMaire, Marlon Hargis and Steve Goetzman. Get your copy at iTunes!
EXILE HEADLINED THE STARS GO BLUE FOR COLON CANCER BENEFIT AT THE COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME’S FORD THEATER.
Exile headlined last night’s The Stars Go Blue for Colon Cancer benefit at the Country Music Hall of Fame’s Ford Theater. Money raised from the event benefits The Blue Note Fund which provides financial assistance to those going through treatment who are in need. Grammy-nominated producer/musician Charlie Kelley created the event and the fund after recovering from colon cancer at age 40.
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Did you miss Exile's collaboration with Trace Adkins? Don't fret! GAC will be re-airing the premier of their show "Hit Exchange" and you can tune in at the following times: Tuesday, May 15, 10 pm; Wednesday,May 16, 2 am.
You can also check out this great video on GAC of Exile & Trace performing "Kiss You All Over" together: Click here. Enjoy!