It was all treats and no tricks for the Music Row throng that gathered Wednesday afternoon (Oct. 29) at Nashville's City Winery to celebrate the chart-crowning success of Lady Antebellum's recent single, "Bartender."
When you think of country outlaws, you probably think of the usual and rightful suspects such as Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard and Johnny Cash -- all defiant and definitive icons and legends.
Early Thursday morning (Oct. 30), Garth Brooks sent an email to his fans. First, he apologized.
In a cab in (the real) Nashville on Wednesday (Oct. 29) heading to the airport, I was telling a friend on the phone that my plane would land just in time for me to get home to watch this week's episode of (the fictitious) Nashville.
Haunted Houses of Mid Michigan.
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