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Since the band’s first hit single in 2003, “Chicken Fried”, Zac Brown has been sporting a crocheted beanie as his trademark look. However, Brown has recently undergone a metamorphosis and it wears well on the band’s front man! Zac has recently a new partnership with Universal’s John Varvatos Records, Big Machine Label Group and Republic […]

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Grammy, AMA, CMA and ACM award winning country music artist Lee Ann Womack has enjoyed an amazing career since 1997. Now the singer, at this phase in her career, will be making her music from the heart. Until recent, Womack has been under contractual commitments with MCA Nashville that have kept her from pursuing her […]

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On this date back in 1954, a young singer debuted his high energy rockabilly approach to performing at the Grand Ole Opry before a much conservative crowd. Elvis Presley performed “Blue Moon of Kentucky” but the show’s management wasn’t impressed with his hip-gyrating stage antics. So much so that someone told Presley not to give […]

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These days, when you hear that a couple has been married for 33 years, we let out a shout in celebration with the happy pair. Tomorrow, we let out a big, “Yea, Haw” for the release of a long over recording project between Grammy-winning artists Ricky Skaggs and his wife, Sharon White. The couple scored […]

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Last night I went out to the movies with my wife to see “When the Game Stands Tall”. Based on the true story of De La Salle High School football coach Bob Ladouceur, who leads his team to a record setting 151game winning streak. This movie is much more then “The Streak”, which is what […]

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Nashville is a city known for tourism and country music. This city holds many historic places of value, so that are preserved for its historical value, others in need if restoration. So is the case with RCA Studio A, located at 30 Music Row West. Built in 1964 by Chet Atkins and Owen Bradley, two […]

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With numerous social media outlets today, it easy to introduce entertainment to the public. Country star Jason Aldean has been taking advantage of YouTube this week. ‘Sweet Little Somethin’ is the latest single from Aldean’s new album, ‘Old Boots, New Dirt” slated for release October 7th. ‘Sweet Little Somethin’ is a rocker that definitely stomps […]

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Texas and Oklahoma are neighboring states; former homes to the newly signed recording artists, Maddie & Tae. Maddie Marlow and Taylor Elizabeth Dye grew up singing in their local neighborhoods, later meeting and sharing several trips to Nashville to write songs together. The two were eventually found by Big Machine Music. Their song, “Girl In […]

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The PBS TV show ‘Austin City Limits’ is honoring its 40th anniversary with an all-star prime-time special. ‘Austin City Limits Celebrates 40 Years’ will air on Friday, Oct. 3, as part of the PBS Arts Fall Festival. Jeff Bridges, Sheryl Crow and Matthew McConaughey will host the two-hour special, which will include performances by more […]

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While we were sitting in the midst of an all day rain fall, things were heating up in outer space yesterday. Scientists with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration say an “extreme” solar flare was detected, and geomagnetic storms remain in the forecast. The federal agency said the flare, near the center of the sun, […]

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