The 2013 Washington County Fair in Abingdon, Va., will be held Sept. 9-Sept. 14, 2013. They have already announced their entertainment for this year. And I think if I go at all, it will be on Tuesday night to see John Michael Montgomery. Although that pretty much depends on who the Monday night WXBQ Radio [...]Tags: Abingdon, entertainment lineup, greene county fair, mystery guest, summer fairs, Uncle Kracker, WXBQ
This article isn’t what you usually see on Country’s Chatter. It is not a review of Jo Dee Messina’s show in Abingdon, Va., last night. We did that earlier today. This is, however, as important as that review. And I think everyone in the entertainment business who does not understand this needs to. The part [...]Tags: Abingdon, country music, entertainment business, management teams, press photos, public relations firms, tennessee press association
Last night I went to the Washington County Fair in Abingdon, Va. It was the last night of that fair, and pretty much the last night of ‘fair season’ in this area. I’ve always liked Jo Dee’s music, and I was anxious to hear her sing the songs she made famous. I was also very [...]Tags: Abingdon, Chris Autry, jo dee messina, Josh Matheny, Josh Shults, Marshall Richardson, Rick Taylor, Robby Vaughn, Va.
I think it is going to take me at least three posts to tell you about Jo Dee Messina’s show in Abingdon, Va., on Saturday night. The show itself was wonderful. There is no doubt that Jo Dee’s vocals are still strong, and her music timeless. But that’s all I’m going to tell you tonight. [...]Tags: Abingdon, great stuff, invitation, jo dee messina, no doubt, saturday night, sunday evening
If there is anyone out there who hasn’t seen Kellie Pickler since she and Simon Cowell exchanged comments about Calamari during season five of American Idol, then you haven’t really seen Kellie Pickler. I saw her tonight at the Appalachian Fair (Gray, Tenn.). This is the third time I have had the pleasure of seeing [...]Tags: Abingdon, appearance, audience, country music performer, recollection, Simon Cowell, six years