I found this video of Hank Williams Jr. on YouTube last night. We all know the shades of chrome and guitar of steel Hank that was "Born to Boogie", but if you are like me, you haven't seen him very often in his early years as an artist.
We all were given a nice surprise this morning at work. A Zeigler Buffet Ham for Christmas! One of our sales reps, Joy, passed them out. We were pretty excited. Just-a-Buck Justin also got a ham from Zeigler.
Last night was awesome at The Yellowhammer Inn at the monthly series "Yellowhammer Live". Shawna P and Adam Tyler Browne were the guest artist. Shawna is tremendous talent. I had only seen her on TV and YouTube until last night. She blew me away! Next months Yellowhammer Live promises to be a great night too.
Several years ago, during an on-air conversation between Scott Shepherd and myself, the confession that my mother had denied me the joy associated with cooking in an Easy Bake oven was revealed. Placing the small round pan into a tiny oven then hearing the ding signal my tiny c
Country Music has changed a lot over the years. There seems to be a lot more duos and bands than ever before. While listening to Brantley Gilbert's "Small Town Throwdown" this morning and taking note of the trailing conversation he has with Justin Moore and Thomas Rhett, I was reminded of a couple of country music legends.
Old news papers are cool. I'm talking about really old like 1910 old. Doing a little research yesterday, I found myself deep in the innards of Google's newspaper archive. This awesome feature of Google doesn't get much press but it should.
Kate Falcon, Victoria Camp and Savannah Coker make up the Alabama trio "Sweet Tea". They played Tips for Tuscaloosa last night at Billy's Sports Grill. Their ages range from 15 to 17 but their mad skills are beyond their years!
It's hard to believe that 1994 was 20 years ago. I was just one year out of high school! This morning, I stumbled on Billboards Hot Country Songs Chart. I was curious what country song was number one when I graduated.
Ohio Art's Etch-a-Shetch has been around since the 50's. Every kid I have ever know has had one. In my experience, the Etch-a-Sketch lasts FOREVER. My son Brody smashed his...somehow. We took a look inside.
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