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Blake Shelton leaves his “Country Music Freaks” touring partners with some amazing memories

  • 1:16 am Tuesday, March 20th, 2018 by Jake Stewart

And just like that, the final curtain has come down on Blake Shelton’s “Country Music Freaks Tour.”

We know, we know … it’s sad to think about, because what a lineup, right?

Trace Adkins, Brett Eldredge and Carly Pearce served as special guests on the tour, and it appears they, too, had a bittersweet weekend saying goodbye to all their friends and road family, especially newcomer Carly.

I can't believe it's the last night of the Country Music Freaks Tour. THANK YOU @blakeshelton [More]

George Jones’ widow hit with multimillion-dollar lawsuit

  • 12:37 am Monday, March 19th, 2018 by Jake Stewart

George Jones’ widow, Nancy Jones, is one of the defendants in a new $5 million lawsuit over the recent release of a previously shelved George Jones album. Cracker Barrel and Concord Music Group are also named in the lawsuit brought by Earl “Peanutt” Montgomery, who wrote and produced many songs for Jones. He was also a member of the late country legend’s band.

According to “The Tennessean,” Montgomery produced an album in the late 1970s featuring George performing with Roy Acuff’s Smoky Mountain Boys. He claims Jones gave him the rights to that album as a retirement package for his [More]


  • 9:42 am Thursday, March 8th, 2018 by ericarico11

So much fringe, so little time.  Lets be honest, fringe makes an outfit…especially at Rodeo.  It takes it a step further and let’s people know you are sassy.

I just love Ashley’s outfit!    Here is what she is wearing.   Her vest is Shyanne brand and is only available at Boot Barn.

I love the top she has under the vest soooo much.   The jeans are also Shyanne and look amazing!   But check out these boots!!!!

If shorts and fringe are your thing then check this out!!!!

I know……SOOOO CUTE!!!   The vest and shirt [More]

Dolly Parton will not speak out about politics, so don’t even ask

  • 12:56 am Thursday, March 8th, 2018 by Jake Stewart

If you thought you could goad Dolly Parton into speaking out about politics, think again.

At least that’s what ABC reporter David Wright found out during a recent sit-down interview on “Nightline” with the beloved international icon.

The reporter tried a few different angles but, alas, Dolly wasn’t having it. Not that she wasn’t gracious or witty in her refusal to discuss political matters, of course she was. She’s always 100% Dolly, even when she may be in the hot seat.

It’s just that politics simply aren’t her style. Period.

“I’m not being political,” she said matter-of-factly. “I don’t do politics. I’m not getting [More]

Ok so this dress is life

  • 9:48 am Wednesday, March 7th, 2018 by ericarico11

Yall this dress is so life……I put it on and felt like a million bucks.  Its soft, its flowy and its sexy but cute at the same time.

You can wear it off the shoulders like this or pull them up and wear like a regular dress.   Now I know you are like Erica, you do not take those boots off.  My FAVORITE BOOTS!  They are Corral boots and Boot Barn has them like this or in a square toe.  Perfect for Rodeo!

You can pair with a necklace, Boot Barn has tons of them or wear it without.   Its all about [More]

Native American Tribes Battle to Keep Texas Casinos Open

  • 12:44 am Monday, March 5th, 2018 by Jake Stewart

A pair of Native American tribes are locked in a legal battle with state regulators to keep their gaming centers open in Texas.

The Tiguas tribe operates a casino on its reservation near El Paso, while the Alabama-Coushatta nation runs a gaming center on its land near Livingston in East Texas, just 80 miles northeast of Houston. Both tribes have faced legal challenges from state gaming authorities who seek to shut down the casinos.

According to the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988, federally-recognized Native American tribes are allowed to offer “Class II” games, such as bingo and poker, without authorization [More]

Tim McGraw speaks out in support of gun control

  • 12:30 am Monday, March 5th, 2018 by Jake Stewart

Tim McGraw is keeping an eye on the issue of gun control in America, and he likes what he’s seeing from some giant retailers in the last few days.

In the wake of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, that claimed the lives of 17 staff members and students, Dick’s Sporting Goods pledged to stop selling assault-style rifles like the one the school shooter used in the attack. They also raised the minimum age for purchasing any firearm in their stores to 21 years old. Several other retailers, including LL Bean, Kroger and Walmart have followed Dick’s lead in raising the [More]

Easy, Breezy Rodeo

  • 7:26 am Wednesday, February 28th, 2018 by ericarico11

When it comes to Rodeo, you want to look amazing and feel amazing right?  Well this is the outfit for you!  And it wont break the bank either!  Boot Barn is hooking it up this Rodeo season….here’s how to get the look:

Ok let’s go head to toe……Boot Barn has the best selection of cowboy hats for men, women and kids.   Remember that until Easter you will need to get a felt hat, after Easter its straw…unless its a special event then its back to felt.  I know, I know…so many rules.   Or just be a rule breaker and wear whatever [More]

Two Texas country greats garner a gaggle of giggles with this hilarious Taylor Swift cover

  • 1:25 am Wednesday, February 28th, 2018 by Jake Stewart

Texas country musicians from Bob Wills to George Strait to Miranda Lambert and everyone in between have their own way of doing things, which is what makes the term “Texas Country” so exciting. But we’ve never heard a great Texas singer-songwriter perform quite the way Jack Ingram and Jon Randall did at the Texas Heritage Songwriters Association Hall of Fame Ceremony, held Feb. 24 in Austin.

The event was hosted by Ronnie Dunn and, in addition to awarding Eric Church his honorary Texas citizenship, Texas favorites like Maren Morris and Radney Foster honored inductees Buddy Holly, Mickey Newbury, Ray Wylie Hubbard [More]

Dixie Chicks’ Natalie Maines angrily weighs in on gun control

  • 12:18 am Monday, February 26th, 2018 by Jake Stewart

On the evening of Feb. 21, thousands of people of all ages entered the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida, to not only mourn the 17 victims of the shooting that had occurred the previous week at the state’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, but also to debate the always controversial subject of gun control during the CNN town hall billed as “Stand Up: The Students of Stoneman Douglas Demand Action.” As emotions raged from every angle, countless people watched CNN to not only witness history, but also to witness an incredible generation of students fighting to make a difference.

One of [More]

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