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Americana Awards announce nods

Rosanne Cash, Jason Isbell and Robert Ellis are the top nominees at this year’s Americana Honors & Awards.

Nominees were announced Monday during a live SiriusXM concert event in Nashville, Tenn. Cash, Isbell and Ellis are each nominated for top honors artist, album and song of the year at the Sept. 17 awards show at Ryman Auditorium. Rodney Crowell, Cash’s ex-husband, rounds out the artist of the year category.

Cash’s 2013 album “The River and The Thread” is her follow-up to 2010 Americana album of the year “The List.”

Spears extends Las Vegas residency

Britney Spears is going to hit you one more time, Las Vegas. A bunch more times actually.

Caesars Entertainment said Sunday that the singer is adding more than 30 dates to her Las Vegas residency. “Britney: Piece of Me” will now play shows in October through December and February. Shows have also been added in August and September.

Tickets to the new shows go on sale Friday.

The Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino says the first round of shows in August and September sold out.

Eminem apologizes to mom in video

Eminem gave his estranged mom quite the Mother’s Day gift, releasing a music video for an apologetic song that depicts her struggles raising the rebellious rapper.

The Detroit rapper released the video for “Headlights” featuring fun.’s Nate Ruess on Sunday. The song, released on Eminem’s 2013 album “The Marshall Mathers LP 2,” is an extended apology to his mother Debbie for the difficulties he caused her over the years.

Eminem has had a very public feud with his mother since early in his career.

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