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  • WIN 98-5 weekend wildness

    Posted by PJ Lacey

    This weekend Larry Bagby at Firekeepers Casino Friday night  at 8 in the Bingo Room.

    Saturday the fun is at Wild Bull with Jessie Brown, get there before 8 for free cover.

  • Redhead to Kentucky Hall of Fame

    Posted by PJ Lacey

    Patty puts on a good show, Gerry's in love.

    Jamey Johnson will be inducted into the Alabama Music Hall of Fame in Montgomery, Alabama March 25th. Jamey says Alabamans aren't much different than anyone else, but "I think the musical background can be." Other inductees include Mac McAnally, Mac Davis and The Blind Boys of Alabama.

    Patty Loveless, Steve Wariner, John Michael Montgomery and the late Keith Whitley are among the inductees into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame next month.

    Patty Loveless

  • Post Patty Reuben soup

    Posted by PJ Lacey
  • Beats my freezer soup-
  • 1/4 cup celery, chopped
  • 1/4 cup green pepper, chopped
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 2 tablespoons flour
  • 1 cup beef stock
  • 4 ounces corned beef
  • 1 cup Swiss cheese, shredded
  • 3/4 cup sauerkraut, drained
  • 1/4 cup butter
  • 2 cups half & half
  • Melt butter in Dutch oven and saute chopped vegetables until tender, about 10 minutes. Add flour and stir over medium heat for about 5 minutes. Whisk in stock. Stir until smooth and thickened.

    Remove from heat and stir in corned beef, cheese and sauerkraut.

    Stir until cheese is melted and all ingredients blended. Melt butter in small saucepan and stir in Half & Half. Gently heat until warm to hot.

  • Chicks on the road with Urban

    Posted by PJ Lacey

    Wow! The Dixie Chicks return to the road after 4 years.  With the Eagles?  And Keith Urban.  The closest date so far, June @ Soldier Field.  Are you glad they're


  • Babies that boogie

    Posted by PJ Lacey

    by LiveScience that founds babies love a beat, and that dancing comes naturally to infants. The research found that babies respond to the rhythm and music tempo, and find it more exciting than plain ole speech. Anyone listening whose baby just doesn't like music? What's your baby's favorite song?

    My niece Lillie digs Lady Ga Ga and Dora the Explorer!


  • Smelly Detroit

    Posted by PJ Lacey

    Perfumes, colognes, and aftershaves are part of the ban for Detroit City Workers. This after a fed. lawsuit ruled in favor of a city workers lawsuit claiming a co-workers perfume made it hard for her to do her job.  The Lions are going to have to leave now! 

  • Justin Moore

    Posted by PJ Lacey

    As a kid he worked on his grandparents cattle farm. I was scared of the huge cows on my dads farm. When it was my turn to turn on the water for the trough, I ran after making sure all the cows were in the pasture.

  • Census sent

    Posted by PJ Lacey

    Got my census yesterday, me and Gerry are counted.  Poor Annie and Max, guess they don't count.

  • Dierks Road Trip

    Posted by PJ Lacey

    Saw sweet Dierks in Three Rivers before he had a zillion hits. He hung out with us at the Performing Arts Center in a class room.  Pre-parties rock!

     I don't see anywhere close on this line up yet?

    Dierks Bentley has announced a string of tour dates supporting his upcoming C-D, Up on the Ridge, starting April 21st in Portland, Oregon. Dierks and his band The Travelin' McCourys, along with Texas artist Hayes Carll, will crisscross the country for 24 shows in 30 days. -- Tammy Ragusa

    4/21 - Portland, OR - Wonder Ballroom

    5/7 - Portsmouth, NH - Music Hall

    4/22 - Boulder, CO - Boulder Theater

    5/8 - South Burlington, VT - Higher Ground Ballroom

    4/23 - Colorado Springs, CO - Arnold Hall Ballroom

    5/9 - Northampton, MA - CalvinTheater and PAC

    4/24 - Austin, TX - The Parish

    5/11 - Portland, ME - PortCityMusic Hall

    4/28 - Athens, GA - 40 Watt Club

    5/12 - Philadelphia, PA - Theater of the Living Arts

    4/29 - Greenville, SC - Blind Horse Saloon

    5/13 - Pittsburgh, PA - Mr. Smalls Theater

    4/30 - Wilkesboro, NC - Merlefest

    5/17 - State College, PA - State Theater

    5/2 - Knoxville, TN - Bijou Theater

    5/19 - Baltimore, MD - Rams Head Live

    5/3 - Charlottesville, VA - Jefferson Theater

    5/20 - Washington, DC - 6th and I Historic Synagogue

    5/4 - Athens, OH - Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium

    5/21 - Charlotte, NC - Coyote Joe's

    5/5 - New York, NY - Highline Ballroom

    5/22 - Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium

    5/6 - Foxborough, MA - Showcase Live

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  • Best Valentine gifts

    Posted by PJ Lacey

    Better hurry!  A Caravan Opinion Research poll shows 75% of women would dig a special dinner with their loved one instead of the traditional flowers or candy.  Hey, jewlery's cool too!

  • Stifle new artists

    Posted by PJ Lacey
    For more than 80 years, radio and the recording industry have enjoyed a mutually beneficial relationship: free play for free promotion. They now they want to impose a fee – a performance tax – on local radio stations.

    There's no question that a performance tax would financially hurt local radio stations, stifle new artists and harm the listening public who rely on local radio.

    See what you can do to support local radio and stop the performance tax at www.noperformancetax.org
  • Clarkson backs up Idol

    Posted by PJ Lacey

    Go Kelly - Idol's first winner will defend the show, or what else?  Sell jewlery on the border? Kelly Clarkson posted a blog Thursday firing back at Big Machine Records CEO Scott Borchetta, who slammed "Idol" earlier in the week while defending the GRAMMY performance by his artist, Taylor Swift.  Clarkson says, quote, "I understand you defending your artist obviously because I have done the same in the past for artists I like, including Taylor, so you might see why it's upsetting to read you attacking 'American Idol' for producing simply vocalists that hit 'the high notes.'"  Clarkson goes on to say that every artist, including herself, has bad performances once in a while.  She recommends Borchetta, quote, "Should simply take a break and realize that sometimes things won't go according to plan or work out and that's okay. "

    Newspaper critics panned Swift's Sunday night GRAMMY performance with classic rock legend Stevie Nicks.  "Los Angeles Times" critic Ann Powers called it "strikingly bad."  "The Washington Post's" Chris Richards said, quote, "A night with the charmed life of Taylor Swift: Give an incredibly wretched vocal performance, go on to win the biggest GRAMMY of 2010, anyway."  Swift picked up the GRAMMY for Album of the Year for "Fearless," as well as three other GRAMMYs.