.@BrantleyGilbert Betrays His Home State of Georgia?
May08

.@BrantleyGilbert Betrays His Home State of Georgia?

Alright, maybe he didn’t betray Georgia, per se, but he will be singing about its neighboring state of Alabama on CMT on June 27th. Country music rocking bad boy, Brantley Gilbert, will be teaming up with “Sweet Home Alabama” artist Lynyrd Skynyrd for an upcoming installment of CMT’s Crossroads. While Brantley hasn’t had his turn to mash it up with another genre on the Crossroads stage before, Lynyrd...

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Drake White
Apr22

Drake White

Alabama native Drake White (Drake White and The Big Fire) started his musical endeavors as a teenager. However, it wasn’t singing and songwriting that was at the forefront of fourteen-year-old Drake’s mind. Rather, it was an education and a future in contracting. After high school, Drake headed off to college, attending Gadsden State Community College and Auburn University. During his time as an Auburn Tiger, Drake teamed...

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Country Songs to Belt Out in The Car – 7 Quick Clicks
Apr21

Country Songs to Belt Out in The Car – 7 Quick Clicks

We all do it. We get in our cars, turn on our radios or iPods and crank the music; especially when that one doosie of a number comes on that you just can’t help but sing and give your all to. Here is a list of country music songs that you just can’t help but belt out in your car. We think you’ll agree. 1. Man, I Feel Like A Woman – Shania Twain 2. Goodbye Earl – Dixie Chicks 3. Friends In Low...

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Lynard Skynard & Bad Company Announce “The 40 Tour”
Mar04

Lynard Skynard & Bad Company Announce “The 40 Tour”

  Lynyrd Skynyrd and Bad Company have announced The 40 Tour – a co-headline tour that takes the bands coast-to-coast for 12 dates.  Both bands celebrate significant 40th anniversaries in 2013, with Lynyrd Skynyrd having released their debut album on August 13, 1973 and Bad Company being formed that same year.  While the pair have shared the stage and Paul Rodgers has toured with Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bad Company and Skynyrd have never...

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