Talk about aging gracefully… look at Jeff Cook! He looks better now than he did when I met him in Bristol, Tenn. more than 20 years ago. That was after a concert at Viking Hall. And of course, that was when he was part of the legendary country group Alabama. Jeff is on his own, [...]Tags: Alabama, american music awards, billboard charts, blue fiddle, Bristol, bristol tenn, fiddle, fiddle player, group, Jeff, Jeff Cook, Nashville, Review, sound, talk, Tenn.
Fourth annual Sprint Sound & Speed celebration – Randy Houser, Montgomery Gentry, Jason Michael Carroll, Julianne Hough, NASCAR drivers, and more!
Rodney Adkins and Julianne Hough are now scheduled to join the Friday night concert lineup for the fourth annual Sprint Sound & Speed Celebration in Downtown Nashville. The event will be held Jan. 9-10, with Montgomery Gentry headline the concert. The event is a celebration of music and motorsports. The two-day celebration brings together stars [...]Tags: Bristol, Celebration, country, country music artists, country music fans, country music hall, Country Music Hall of Fame, Dale Earnhardt Jr., event, Jason Michael Carroll, Josh Turner, Julianne Hough, Michael Waltrip, Montgomery, music, Nashville, Randy Houser, Richie McDonald, Rodney Adkins, sound, Tenn.
We all know that country music has singers, and country music has entertainers. Tonight at the Appalachian Fair in Gray, Tenn., I saw one performer wear both of those hats. Jake Owen does more than sing, he entertains. And he loves what he does. I got to the fair grounds around 3 p.m. I heard [...]Tags: Amos, appalachian fair, Billy Welch, Bryan Dixson, check, Chris Crumley, David Wallace, Fair, fair grounds, Gray, Heidi Newfield, Jake, Jake Owen, Josh, Josh Gracin, music, Myron, Myron Howell, Northeast Tennessee, Robbie Emerson, sound, stage, stage area, Tenn., WXBQ