TIM MCGRAW, FAITH HILL GET BIZ LOAN FROM PPP

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Nashville company called Road Dog Touring, Inc. was approved for a small business loan of $2 million to $5 million under the Paycheck Protection Program. The company owns the official website for country singer Tim McGraw and a joint official site with his wife, Faith Hill. A message inquiring about the relationship between Road Dog and the two stars has not been returned. The company said the loan would support 37 jobs, according to the data released by the Treasury Department.

KANYE WEST'S FASHION BUSINESS GETS PPP MONEY

WASHINGTON (AP) — Kanye West’s clothing-and-sneaker brand Yeezy got a loan of between $2 million and $5 million from the federal loan program to help small businesses get economic relief from the coronavirus pandemic. According to the information released by the Federal government this week, West received the money to help keep 106 people on the payroll. was able to score the loan because he employed 106 people in mid-February before the pandemic struck.

CHARLIE DANIELS SERVICES SET FOR FRIDAY

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Funeral plans are beginning to take shape for Charlie Daniels. The Tennessean newspaper reports there will be a funeral service in the town of Murfreesboro, with an open visitation in Mr. Juliet. The funeral will be 11 a.m. on Friday, with visitation set for the day before. Daniels died Monday of a stroke. He was 83.