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Country Music To Get Its Day At The White House

09:01 AM Thursday 11/17/11 | |

Country music gets its due at the Obama White House next week.

The Obamas will play host to a string of country stars — legendary and contemporary — Monday at their seventh “In Performance at the White House” program.

  • The Band Perry

    CMA Music Festival, Nashville, Tenn.
    June 11, 2011

    (Jason Moore)

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Among those performing Monday night: Lauren Alaina, The Band Perry, Dierks Bentley, Alison Krauss, Kris Kristofferson, Lyle Lovett, Mickey, Darius Rucker and James Taylor.

Some of the performers also will take part in an afternoon workshop at the White House for 120 local students about the history of country music and its cultural significance.

The 2 p.m. EST workshop and the 7 p.m. EST concert will stream live on www.whitehouse.gov/live . The concert also will be broadcast by PBS on Nov. 23.


Comments

  1. LASCENE wrote:

    10:25 AM, Nov 17, 2011

    Will Barack dress up like a Chuntaro?

  2. hoofhearted wrote:

    09:20 AM, Nov 17, 2011

    Good, maybe those southern country cats can talk  some sense in to the man!