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Eric Church takes over the Tivoli Theatre in Chattanooga, Tennessee this  Monday and Tuesday night to record his first-ever live album.  The project won’t be out until early next year, but Eric has put a lot of thought into trying to capture on the live album the small intimate  feel of his early days playing […]

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The Grand Ole Opry is 87 this weekend and do they have a birthday party planned!!! Today and Saturday there is a birthday party celebrating the 87th birthday of the Grand Ole Opry and country music’s biggest names are helping to cut the birthday cake in style!!   Steve Wariner, Rodney Atkins, Kelleigh Bannen, are […]

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Bluegrass and Country music icon Ricky Skaggs released his latest album, “Music To My Ears,” yesterday. The album is co-produced by Skaggs and songwriter Gordon Kennedy, who wrote the Eric Clapton classic, “Change The World.” “Music To My Ears,” includes new tracks as well as fresh takes on older Bluegrass standards. “Soldier’s Son,” brings together […]

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The National Hockey League continues with its 2012 pre-season lockout but Carrie Underwood is coveting the availability of her husband. Carrie’s husband, Nashville Predators’ Mike Fisher surprised her by dropping in on her Atlanta concert recently. Fisher and Underwood would not have had this opportunity together if the NHL pre-season were underway. Carrie is currently […]

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Jason Aldean’s 2011 album, “My Kinda Party”, was CMA Album of the Year, which hit the three million – sale mark. October 16th is the release date for his latest album, “Night Train” but Jason isn’t putting pressure on himself to match his previous success accomplishments. He senses there are others around him that are […]

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During my midday show this week, Elmer Aho played a song by Charlie Pride song entitled, “Wonder Could I Live There Anymore”. I am familiar with Charlie Pride and I looked up some career info on him and it was stated that Charlie was the second black country performer to appear on the. So who […]

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Yesterday’s blog on the Top 20 Toy List from the past century had me reflecting on childhood highlights with some of my favorite toys. One of these particular toys that I has was based on a kid’s Saturday TV show. Marionette shows these days seem quite cheesy but when you’re only 6 years old and […]

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Growing up in the 60′s and 70′s, my brother and I got some great toys for Christmas. Toys back then allowed you to use your imagination more, I think than what high technology warrants. The toys that I had from this list are shown in the photo gallery. Dr. Jeffrey H. Patchen, president and CEO […]

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Winchester, Kentucky native John  Michael Montgomery is coming home September 28th and 29th for a big 2 day country music festival to raise money for various non-profit and charitable community organizations. John Michael Montgomery Country Fest 2012 will feature John plus several other country music artists that have offered to help out with his event. […]

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Country music artist, Dwight Yoakam is preparing to release his 26th album of his career entitled “3 Pears” on September18th. Yoakam fans can preview a  track from the cd thanks to Rolling Stone. “A Heart Like Mine”, co-written with rock artist, Beck, can be previewed on Rolling Stone’s page.   Dwight Yoakam is an accomplished singer […]

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