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She's still "Perfect"! Though Evans had the flu, it didn't stop her from closing out the three-night event with a bang Wednesday, when she performed "Born to Fly" and "A Little Bit Stronger."
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Charles Kelley, Dave Haywood and mom-to-be Hillary Scott stormed the stage Tuesday to sing the appropriately titled "We Owned the Night" as well as their latest song, "Downtown." "Everyone likes to go downtown in New York City," Scott said of the new single from their upcoming album Golden.
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The Brooks amp Dunn star kicked back in his dressing room Wednesday after hosting and performing at all three nights of Nash Bash. He treated concert goers to hits "Red Dirt Road" and "Only in America," and even played bartender to singer Randy Houser, bringing him a drink on stage that night.
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"We're honored to be a part of history," Richie McDonald said Monday as the legendary group turned Roseland Ballroom into a massive sing-along with tunes like "Amazed," "Front Porch Looking In" and "I'm Already There."
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Everything was "Alright" as Rucker chilled out Wednesday before bouncing around the stage as he performed "Come Back Song" and "Wagon Wheel." He even treated the audience to the Hootie amp the Blowfish hit "Only Wanna Be with You."
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"It's about damn time New York City had a country radio station!" Houser, enjoying a cold drink in his dressing room, said at Monday's show. His song "How Country Feels" was the first ever played on Nash FM.
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Brice tuned up in his dressing room Wednesday before hitting the stage to perform "Love Like Crazy" – and for the ladies, it was!
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The "Small Town USA" singer, relaxing backstage in his signature white hat, was a big hit in a big town Tuesday. "This is to all the country girls in New York," he said before singing "How I Got to Be This Way."
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Closing out the second night of Nash Bash, Allan kept the energy strong with "Watching Airplanes" and, in a nod to Nash FM, "Nothing on but the Radio."
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The "Cowboys and Angels" singer rehearsed before wowing Monday's crowd with his hit song and a cover of Bruno Mars's "Just the Way You Are." He topped off his set with the N.Y.C. ode "Empire State of Mind" and later signed autographs for fans.
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The brother-sister-dad trio (let's not forget the eight other siblings in the Henningsen family) have written hits for The Band Perry ("You Lie"), but now they're taking center stage. Nash Bash was their first trip to New York City, and dad Brian along with sibs Aaron and Clara didn't disappoint with their song "American Beautiful."