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.
One change in Washington County Fair schedule … and a look at the tentative line-up for the Appalachian Fair in Gray, Tenn.
I found out recently that Randy Houser will not be at the Washington County Fair in Abingdon, Va., this year. He had been scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 18. After canceling, the fair has filled Randy’s empty spot with Luke Bryan. As for the Appalachian Fair in Gray… I spoke to the folks at the fair [...]Tags: band, Colt, Danny, Danny Gokey, David Nail, Fair, Gray, greeneville tenn, Luke Bryan, Perry, Randy, Randy Houser, Rodney Adkins, Tenn., Va., Washington County, washington county fair, washington county fair in abingdon va, year
Someone laughed at me recently on Twitter, when I referred to The Band Perry as “the kids”. They are kids, and to that I can only add – very talented kids! They are singers, songwriters, and though I haven’t have the opportunity to see them life yet, my guess is they are also great entertainers. [...]Tags: Ala., band, Bill Hagy, Bristol, country, fest parade, greeneville tenn, Kimberly, MySpace, Neil, Northeast Tennessee, Perry, Reggie Neel, Reid, talented kids, Tenn., Tennessee, Va., video
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
I guess there’s always a fair somewhere. Around here we have them in July, August and September… in Greeneville, Gray and Knoxville, Tenn., Abingdon, Wise and Lebanon, Va., and Maggie Valley, Cary and Charlotte, N.C., just to name a few of them. I start getting really excited about fairs sometime around the beginning of May. [...]Tags: Ariz., Arizona, arizona daily star, article, Charlotte, E. Burch, Fair, Ferris, Gray, Jake, Jake Owen, Jason Aldean, Knoxville, Lebanon, Maggie Valley, N.C., Owen, Pima County, pima county fair, quot, stage, Tenn., Tucson, Va., Washington County, washington county fair, washington county fair in abingdon va, Waylon Jennings, Wise