Country News: Randy Travis, Craig Morgan and Hurricane Relief
Randy Travis has filed another lawsuit, this time in federal court, to block the release of the video of his 2012 DWI arrest. According to theboot.com his lawyers are saying it would be a violation of federal medical privacy and disability laws. In 2013 Travis pleaded guilty and received two years’ probation and a $2,000 fine.
Country star and Army vet will add business owner to his resume. Morgan is opening ‘The International Harvester’ at his farm in Dickson, Tennessee. Theboot.com explains the products he will sell will be from reclaimed, re-purposed, and recycled materials. Each item will come with a personalized note from Morgan and his wife explaining the items significance. He started working on the store as a way to deal with his 19 year old son Jerry’s death.
The Hand in Hand Hurricane Relief concert held last night raised more than $44 million. During the telethon Apple donated $5 million and other businesses each gave $1 million. According to abcnews.com NBA star Chris Paul also said that the NBA Players Association, which donated $500,000, would match any professional basketball player's donation up to $20,000.
Luke Bryan will release a new album this fall and theboot.com he can’t wait to share it with his fans. Bryan has not released the title of new project but dies say it will be out sometime after Thanksgiving but before Christmas.