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Last Update on April 21, 2015 07:06 GMT
STATESBORO, Ga. (AP) -- All three members of Migos are facing drug and weapon charges after authorities say they detected "a very potent smell" of marijuana coming from their two vans. The hip-hop group had hit the stage at Georgia Southern University Saturday when officers contacted the van drivers and searched the vehicles. Officers say they found guns, marijuana and another undisclosed drug. Quavious Marshall, Kirschnick Ball and Kiari Cephus were arrested as they got off stage. About a dozen other suspects who had been riding in the vans were also taken into custody.
DALLAS (AP) -- Willie Nelson is not only creating his own line of marijuana, he says it will be "the best on the market." Nelson has announced the Willie's Reserve line will be grown and sold in Colorado and Washington state, where recreational use of pot is legal. Nelson is collaborating with master growers for what he describes as "clean and consistent products." No word on when Willie's Reserve will be available.
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Margie Szaroleta (zar-oh-LEH'-tah), AP music correspondent
Country singer Willie Nelson is planning a signature line of marijuana. AP music correspondent Margie Szaroleta has more. ((opens with music))
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Willie Nelson featuring Snoop Dogg performing "Roll Me Up And Smoke Me When I Die."
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- If it seemed that Luke Bryan didn't get his full moment in the spotlight after winning entertainer of the year at the Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday, you're right on target. Bryan says even though he had just won the big award, he was given only 18 seconds to make his speech. He says Blake Shelton rushing the stage to celebrate with him was Shelton's way of cutting Bryan's speech short, because the show was already running long. Bryan says he wouldn't have wanted it any other way and calls Shelton's move a "perfect situation altogether."
<<CUT ..017 (04/21/15)>> 00:15 "at 18 seconds"
Luke Bryan says even though he had won the big award at the Academy of Country Music Awards, he had to rush his acceptance speech.
<<CUT ..018 (04/21/15)>> 00:16 "perfect situation altogether"
Luke Bryan says Blake Shelton crashed his acceptance speech out of necessity.
<<CUT ..019 (04/21/15)>> 00:13 "so Blake didn't"
Luke Bryan says he understands why Blake Shelton jumped on stage during his acceptance speech, just to keep the show from running too long.
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- If Blake Shelton ever takes a break from "The Voice," he thinks Luke Bryan would be an excellent replacement. He's just not sure that Bryan is as lazy as he is. Shelton says a musician has to give up touring to do the show, and after 15 years of being on the road, he was ready to sit in one spot for months at a time. Shelton keeps in touch with most of the people who have been on his team, so much that he feels like he's adopting half of them. Shelton says he can't be in the trenches with the contestants and just set them loose when the show ends.
<<CUT ..007 (04/21/15)>> 00:11 "as close with"
Blake Shelton says he tries to keep contact with singers from Team Blake on "The Voice."
<<CUT ..008 (04/21/15)>> 00:12 "TV show ends"
Blake Shelton says he doesn't cut loose the contestants he's mentored on "The Voice" after the cameras shut down.
<<CUT ..009 (04/21/15)>> 00:18 "accomplish their dreams"
Blake Shelton says it doesn't seem fair to him or the contestants on "The Voice" if the relationships they build end when the show ends. ((note length of cut))
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Blake Shelton says a coach on "The Voice" has to give up touring, and not a lot of musicians will accept that aspect of the job. ((note length of cut))
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- Randy Travis has written an open letter thanking fans for their support following his unexpected appearance at the Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday. Travis suffered a stroke two years ago and is unable to speak. He writes on his website his fiancee', Mary, reads every card and letter to him and they've gotten him through the darkest days. Travis says he still has a lot of music he wants to share, and while he works through therapy to regain his strength, he hopes his "songs of yesterday continue to touch your life in some way."
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- Jason Aldean is having a working honeymoon. Aldean married Brittany Kerr a month ago and he says they haven't had time for a proper honeymoon. She's been touring with him and he says they've gone all over the country and to Europe. Aldean says Kerr keeps him more focused and grounded and that's what he needs in his life.
<<CUT ..011 (04/21/15)>> 00:14 "it was cool"
Jason Aldean says his month-long marriage to Brittany Kerr is going well.
<<CUT ..012 (04/21/15)>> 00:12 "life for sure"
Jason Aldean says his new wife, Brittany Kerr, is touring with him.
<<CUT ..013 (04/21/15)>> 00:14 "be paid fairly"
Jason Aldean says he got involved in the music-streaming service Tidal out of loyalty.
<<CUT ..014 (04/21/15)>> 00:06 "getting paid fairly"
Jason Aldean says he didn't get involved in the Tidal music-streaming service to line his own pockets.