Founded and established by families who have faced childhood cancer themselves, Brighter Tomorrows exists to provide emotional, spiritual, and educational support by listening to, understanding, and supporting families touched by childhood cancer.
Ray Lunasin is raising $10,000 for Brighter Tomorrows by taking on the "Ironman 70.3 Triathlon", a long-distance triathlon consisting of a 1.2 mile swim, a 56 mile bicycle ride and a 13.1 mile run. You can support him here (click "here"), or by taking the kids to a movie, Saturday June 1st!
Tim McGraw won't have to worry about going back to court to face his former label, Curb Records. The Tennessee Supreme Court has refused to hear Curb's appeal of a lower court's ruling that the singer was free to sign with another label and continue his recording career.
Last year, the Tennessee Court of Appeals ruled to uphold a lower court's 2011 rejection of Curb Records' request for an injunction that would have prevented Tim from signing with another label.
Dissatisfied with the outcome, Curb took the case all the way to the Supreme Court, to no avail.
Tim's new album, Two Lanes of Freedom, was his first for Nashville indie label Big Machine Records. It was released on February 5th and debuted at Number One on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and at Number Two on the Billboard 200 all-genre albums chart, selling more than 106,000 copies.