[Press Release] While in New York City to kick off the “CMT On Tour” last night (10/10), Republic Nashville’s hot country rock duo Florida Georgia Line celebrated a major career milestone – GOLD certification in the U.S. for their debut single, “Cruise.” The RIAA has acknowledged the Top 20 single for selling over 500,000 copies [...]Tags: CMT Tour, Florida Georgia Line, gold certification, Jake Owen
Darius Rucker unofficially kicked-off the 2010 CMA Music Festival on Monday, June 7 with his inaugural “Darius and Friends” St. Jude benefit concert. The event, which featured performances by Radney Foster, Randy Houser, Jamey Johnson, and Jake Owen, successfully sold-out the Wildhorse Saloon in downtown Nashville, raising $48,720 for St. Jude cancer research. Upon hearing [...]Tags: Cancer, Center, Danny Thomas, Darius, darius and friends, Darius Rucker, Dobie Gray, Foster, Friends, Jake Owen, Jamey Johnson, Jude, Memphis, music, Nashville, national cancer institute, pediatric cancer research, Randy Houser, Rock, surprise guest appearance, Tenn.
He has a sense of humor, he loves what he’s doing, he appreciates the fans who buy his CDs and come to see his shows. And they come from everywhere! At Joe Nichols show in Gray, Tenn., last night he had fans from Arkansas, Indiana, North and South Carolina, Virginia, and probably a few states [...]Tags: appalachian fair grounds, Arkansas, Gray, Indiana, Jake, Jake Owen, Jimmy, Jimmy Wayne, Joe, Joe Nichols, Josh, Josh Gracin, Marc Tragler, night, show, South Carolina, stage, talented musicians, Tenn., time, Virginia
Will the Nashville floods affect Music Fest? You can help flood victims by following Country’s Chatter on Twitter
With CMA Music Festival just around the corner, I’m sure a lot of people are wondering what affect the floods will have on this annual event. Before I get on to the reports coming out of Nashville about any affect the flood has had on CMA’s Fun Fest, I wanted to yell you how you [...]Tags: Alan Jackson, Billy Currington, Brad Paisley, Brown, Bucky Covington, Carrie Underwood, Chris Young, city of nashville, Clay Walker, CMA, CMA Music Festival, Craig Morgan, Cumberland River, Darryl Worley, David Lee Murphy, Emerson Drive, Festival, General Jackson Showboat, Gloriana, Gretchen Wilson, Jack Ingram, Jake Owen, James Otto, Jason Aldean, Joe Nichols, Joey, Josh Gracin, Josh Thompson, June, Keith Anderson, Keith Urban, Kellie Pickler, Kenny, Lee Brice, Lorrie Morgan, Magnolia, Mark Chesnutt, Mel Tillis, Messina, Mills Mall, music, Nashville, nashville businesses, Neal McCoy, opry mills mall, Pam Tillis, Patty Loveless, Perry, Rio, Riverfront Park, Rodney Atkins, Rory, Sammy Kershaw, Second Avenue, Tim McGraw, Titan Stadium, Zac Brown Band
Colt Ford coming to Appalachian Fair in August, “Chicken & Biscuits” CD review from Red Dirt Report, and still time to enter to win your copy of Colt’s new CD
For those of you in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia, who are starting to pencil in fair dates – here’s one for you. Colt Ford will be taking the stage at our Appalachian Fair in Gray, Tenn., on Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2010. And while area fair line-ups are starting to roll in, Colt’s night is [...]Tags: Andrew, Andrew Griffin, Andrew W. Griffin, Arkansas, B Thanks, C.W. McCall, Carolina Rain, Colt, country, Darryl Worley, dirt report, fine fiddle, Ford, Gray, hick hop, Ira Dean, Jake Owen, James Otto, Jason, Joe Nichols, Josh Gracin, Kevin Fowler, Kid, Nashville, Nice, North Carolina, Northeast Tennessee, Otto, Randy Houser, Rhett Akins, Rock, some heavy hitters, southwest virginia, Sunny Ledfurd, Tenn., Texas, This Way, Toby Keith, track, Trailer Park, Troy