The Carter Twins are doing things a little bit differently these days. We’ve still got Josh on vocals and guitar, and Zach on vocals and keyboard, but something is different now. They haven’t changed their music, they haven’t changed their style, they are still busy writing and doing shows, but one thing that has changed [...]Tags: benefit show, city of hope, CMT, form, Heart, keyboard, kingston, little bit, Memphis, music, Rutledge, single heart, site, song
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.
Thanks to the folks over at WXBQ, we’ve got the list of movies for this year’s Lakeside Cinema. As most of you know, the movies are shown outside, next to the lake, at Winged Deer Park, every Thursday night in June. Coca-Cola, Food City Kids Club, and Johnson City Parks and Recreation, along with WXBQ [...]Tags: Abe, Baltimore, cia spy, Dawn, dinosaur eggs, Johnson City, June, lakeside cinema, Leigh Ann Touey, Leigh Ann Tuohy, Manny, Memphis, movie, Oscar, Sandra Bullock, Sid, Tenn., Thursday, Tim McGraw, winged deer park, WXBQ
Randy Houser’s sophomore album set to release Sept. 14 – and Randy takes the stage at our Washington County Fair in Abingdon, Va. on Sept. 18
Randy Houser has been one of my favorite artists since I first heard “Anything Goes” on the radio. That was sometime back in April or May of 2008. I don’t remember the exact date that I first heard the song on the radio. I do, however remember the exact date I first heard this really [...]Tags: album, Bill Hagy, Brice Long, Cadillac, Chuck Yaraborough, Cleveland, Cliff Audretch, country, David Letterman, Dixie, Eastern North Carolina, Jerrod Niemann, Johnson City, Lee Ann Womack, Mark D. Sanders, Mark Wright, Memphis, Mississippi, music, Nashville, Northeast Tennessee, rabbit radio, Randy, Randy Houser, Randy Lewis, real country music, Reggie Neel, southwest virginia, Tenn., This Way, Va., Washington County, Waylon Jennings, WAYLON PROJECT, winged deer park
One of my readers put a comment on my post about Randy Houser and Chris Young being on the schedule at our Washington County Fair in Abingdon, Va., this fall. That comment was to tell me that we’re getting Jamey Johnson, too! How cool is this! I went to Jamey’s web site and checked it [...]Tags: Abingdon, appalachian fair, Asheville, Chris Young, comment, Fair, Florida, Georgia, Gray, Indiana, Iowa, Jamey, Jamey Johnson, Kentucky, Knoxville, Louisiana, Memphis, Miss., Missouri, N.C., Oklahoma, Randy Houser, Sept, Tenn., Tennessee, Va., Vicksburg City, Washington County, washington county fair, washington county fair in abingdon va