All posts in July 2016

Loretta Lynn Recalls First Opry Memories

Loretta Lynn wrote what would become her debut hit – “I’m a Honky Tonk Girl” – when she was only 24. And as the legend goes, it only took her 20 minutes and a $17 guitar. But when she had the chance to perform that song on the Opry stage, Lynn told Billboard that she... Read more »

WYO Arts Calendar – Casper Star-Tribune Online

WYO Arts Calendar
Casper Star-Tribune Online
The Two Track Band will provide musical entertainment. ... LANDER: RiverFest Art and Music in the Park Aug. ... Animal Cracker Specialties, Scales and Tails Reptiles and Birds, Fair Animal Specialties Petting Zoo and Pony Rides, Twinkle Time, Sword ...

Hillary Scott & the Scott Family Offer Hope with Love Remains

Five years ago, Hillary Scott & the Scott Family couldn’t have predicted the gift they would give the world when they started recording demos of their favorite hymns. That project, which began as a thank you to loved ones for their support following the passing of Scott’s grandfather, became the family’s first Christian album, Love... Read more »

David Nail Announces Fighter Tour

Grammy-nominated artist David Nail launches the Fighter tour Sept. 7 in Madison, Wisconsin. The two-month tour includes stops at New York City’s Irving Plaza, the Route 91 festival in Las Vegas and the Beach Town festival in Vero Beach, Florida. The new show will include selections from his latest album of the same title, which... Read more »

Blake Shelton Spreads Anti-Bullying Message

After spending much of Thursday (July 28) on Twitter trying to explain what side he was (or wasn’t) on politically, and criticizing the media for spinning (or not spinning) things properly, Blake Shelton posted his best tweet of the day. He retweeted his girlfriend Gwen Stefani’s sweet video of an anti-bullying moment at one of... Read more »

All of the Celebrity Guest Stars on Still The King Season 1

If you’ve been watching Season 1 of Still The King, then you’ve probably had more than one “Hey, that guy looks familiar!” moments. The show has had some seriously amazing guests, and they just keep getting better. Check out all of the familiar faces who’ve had run-ins with Vernon Brown this season: Which celebrities would... Read more »

Ruthie Collins Shines in “Dear Dolly”

When the going gets tough for Ruthie Collins, she knows exactly where to turn in her heart and mind: Dolly Parton. In a beautiful love letter to the country music icon, Collins sings about Parton’s strong influence in her life and how it’s given her the strength and courage to keep on singing when times... Read more »

Americana Music Association Honors Jim Lauderdale with Wagonmaster Award

George Strait will present Grammy-winning artist Jim Lauderdale with the Americana Music Association’s Wagonmaster Award on Sept. 21 at the 15th annual Americana Honors & Awards show in Nashville. Named after the legendary Porter Waggoner, the prestigious lifetime achievement honor is reserved for individuals who are considered the most valuable contributors to the heritage of... Read more »

Chris Young Reveals His Toughest College Class

Generally, most college students hate those early morning classes, and Chris Young was one of them. As a working musician attending Belmont University, he spent most of his time after class performing late nights in bars, making any early morning class a pain in the neck. “I had like the worst time for music theory,”... Read more »

Miranda Lambert Nervously Performs ‘Vice’ for the First Time – Taste of Country

Taste of Country

Miranda Lambert Nervously Performs 'Vice' for the First Time
Taste of Country
Miranda Lambert was a little nervous to perform her new song Vice for the first time. She surely wasn't expecting what happened when she started singing.

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