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THE 411 ON THE 6-1-5

Valory/BMLG's Thomas Rhett celebrated the chart-topping success of his newest album at this weekend's iHeartRadio Festival, Kelly and Ryan got cozy with Chris Janson this morning, LANCO felt less than cozy with HITS' Todd Hensley and Samantha Hissong last night and Women Walk The Line, a collection of essays telling women's stories in country music, is garnering serious acclaim.

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