It seems like just a few weeks ago that we were congratulating Jake Owen and Lacy Buchanan on their wedding. In fact, it was just a few days before that we mentioned that the couple were engaged –when Jake popped the question at one of his concerts. Oh wait — all that was just a [...]Tags: appalachian fair, baby gift, baby news, child, com, congratulating, dad, doubt, doubt in my mind, family source, lacey, no doubt, permission, singer
Ricochet is bringing that GREAT show back to Erwin, Tenn., and YOU could win a free ticket to the show!
Last May, Ricochet put on a concert at Unicoi County High School in Erwin, Tenn. It was a fantastic show – without a doubt, one of the best I’ve seen anywhere. Did you read that show review? If you missed it, go back and check it out, by clicking here. Now, here’s some great news. [...]Tags: AcoustiX, concert, doubt, e mail, encore, fantastic show, June, mail country, News, Northeast Tennessee, Ricochet, simple e, southwest virginia, unicoi county high school
One of my favorite songs on the radio right now is “This is Country Music,” by Brad Paisley. It’s somewhere around the No. 5 spot on the charts, and I have no doubt it will continue climbing all the way up to No. 1. That’s a position Brad has been in before, with many of [...]Tags: album, appalachian fair, art, Brad Paisley, doubt, f3b, Feb, hershey pa, least five years, simple art, single, site, songs on the radio, way
Keith Urban will be releasing his new CD, Getting Closer, on Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2010. I haven’t heard the whole CD yet. But it’s Keith Urban, so I have no doubt that it will be everything we’re used to hearing from him. The first track is his current single, “Put You in A Song.” That [...]Tags: Amazon, Billboard, christmas wish list, doubt, everything, georgia woods, haven, Keith Urban, pencil and paper, rsquo, single, song, track, urban fan
FrunFest is over – and to say it went out with a bang would be a huge understatement. The final concert for this year was Zac Brown Band, with opening acts Levi Lowery (below right) and Nick Cowan (below left). The high school stadium had a capacity crowd of 14,000 – the largest in FunFest [...]Tags: capacity crowd, chicken fried, concert, concert history, country music fans, doubt, FrunFest, FunFest, Highway, local event, music, no doubt, shady spot, understatement