August 14, 2012

Kidman Urban Updates 08/14/2012

It's been only a short while but we've got some great updates!

Nicole's The Paperboy has been chosen as a special selection for the Toronto International Film Festival this year. The screening will take place during the festival next month.

Meanwhile Nicole has been in Paris, in preparation for Grace of Monaco. Reportedly she has already done a photo shoot which probably ties in with Grace. However, she could be in France ahead of schedule to do pre-production makeup and costume tests. We'll have to see. Grace is scheduled to start filming sometime in September.

Nicole is part of a new campaign, Everyone Matters, which raises awareness for inclusion and tolerance. As an ambassador she's been chosen along with other celebrities like Sir Paul McCartney and Daniel Craig to spread the word. You can find out more at

Keith's been busy working on the new album and just did another night at the Grand Ole Opry. He did an acoustic set with hits old and new including "But For The Grace of God", "For You", and "Without You". He'll be back at the Opry Spetember 4th with the Bellamy Brothers but he couldn't have gotten warmer welcome that night with Bill Anderson proclaiming Keith as one of the nicest guys in the business.

Want more Keith and Nicole on your phone? There's a new game available called SongPop in both free and paid versions. You compete against others in identifying songs as quickly as you can in a wide range of musical categories. Keith is included in the modern country category as well as several "top hits" categories. Selections from Moulin Rouge, Birthday Girl, Happy Feet, and Practical Magic have shown up in the Movie Soundtracks and Animated categories! Check your phone's app store for availability.

And last but not least for some new tunes, STS highly recommends Jana Kramer's new self-titled cd. If you'd like Ashton Shepherd with a little less twang you might want to check her out. She's got some great songs including tracks co-written by Jerry Flowers ("I Hope It Rains") and Keith concert openers Gordie Sampson and Katrina Elam ("Over You By Now").


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