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  • Nashville Party Nashville Party Behind her electric blue eye shadow and the glitter and condom cannons, Tik Tok singer, Ke$ha, encouraged her fellow Nashville natives to see her show for another motive. The musician gave away free tickets to her 2011 show in her hometown to those who registered and volunteered for Hands On Nashville. "When I was growing up in Nashville I always had to sneak into shows," Serbert said. "...I want to give you an opportunity to come for free. All you have to do is just help out our hometown. Sign up right now so we can party and I can’t wait to see you guys on the 31st of July!"
  • Grammy Nominations Concert 2012 Grammy Nominations Concert 2012 Taylor Swift and L.L. Cool J touched their fans hands before preparing their announcement of the next performing artist at the 2012 Grammy Nominations Concert at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn., in December.
  • Ke$ha the "Cannibal" Ke$ha the "Cannibal" Nashville--Pop artist Ke$ha crawled on the stage floor while singing her song, "Cannibal." While performing, the singer pulled out a fake, prop bloody heart out of one of her crewmember's chest, ate it and stared at the crowd in the Municipal Auditorium on July 2011.
  • For the love of Dinosaurs For the love of Dinosaurs Kesha Serbert points to a fan dressed as her favorite animal. "This one here is a dinosaur. I like dinosaurs," said Serbert and then pointed to a fan named Cody in the moshpit, as the attendees shouted his first name. "Cody are you 18? Bring him up on stage. We're going to sing about pears." Serbert sung "Grow a Pear" to the fan and the crowd.
  • Move Like Levine Move Like Levine Adam Levine shows his moves during the postshow of the 2012 Grammy Nominations Concert when performing "This Love."
  • Dirt Road Diaries Dirt Road Diaries Dressed in all black, Bryan prowled the stage restlessly as he sang. The country star delivered a high-octane and crowd-pleasing rendition of one of his biggest hits, "I Don't Want This Night to End." A shower of glitter confetti dropped on the audience when Bryan held out his microphone and encouraged them to sing part of the final chorus.
  • House Party House Party Sean Foreman, of American electropop duo 3OH!3 (pronounced three-oh-three), asked his crowd of 1,600 Western Kentucky University college freshmen if they had a couch he could crash. He and bandmate Nathaniel "Nat" Motte then performed their song, "House Party."