Nashville News: Friday, 5/15
Trisha Yearwood is the latest star to get an exhibit in the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Trisha Yearwood: The Song Remembers When will trace her journey from growing up in small-town Georgia to becoming one of the most influential women in country music.
The exhibit opens July 3rd and runs until the end of the year.
Top 5 Reasons You Should See a Movie By Yourself:
5. You will almost never have trouble finding a seat
4. You can claim both armrests
3. You don't have to share your popcorn with anyone
2. There will always be other SOLO movie goers
1. You can see whatever YOU want!!!!
Nashville News: Friday, 5/8
Miranda Lambert is the guest editor of the June issue of Country Living magazine. She's also on the cover.
Inside, Miranda says her favorite place to write songs is at the home she shares in Oklahoma with
Blake Shelton. She says, "I write best when I'm home on my porch with my guitar. There's something
calming about looking out at wide-open spaces and trees as far as you can see. The country is perfect for letting your mind
drift to a creative place."
Join WQMX’s Sue Wilson and WONE’s Tim Daugherty for Hope Walk to benefit Stewart’s Caring Place Cancer Wellness Center, this Saturday May 10th at the Fairlawn Community Center on Smith Rd in Fairlawn. Hope Walk: is a 2.3 mile walk and family event that raises money to make it possible for Stewart's Caring Place to offer services free-of-charge to those who have been touched by cancer. Registration details or make a donation to support Sue and Tim’s fund raising effort HERE
Nashville News: Wednesday, 4/29
Rapper Nelly is definitely making a country album.
Nelly has a pretty tight relationship with the Nashville music community, having collaborated
with Tim McGraw and Florida Georgia Line. His manager tells Billboard, "He may be one of the first hip-hop artists to jump into that space in an authentic way...so we think he has an opportunity to
grow that base even more."
The EP will be titled Heartland, but there's no word yet on a release date.
Nashville News: Friday, 4/24
Trisha Yearwood is an award-winning country singer and now she’s also
the author of a bestselling cookbook.
She recently released her third cookbook, Trisha’s Table:
My Feel-Good Favorites for a Balanced Life, and it debuted at No. 7 on the New York Times
bestsellers list! The cookbook revolves around her desire to lead a healthy, balanced lifestyle.
Most of the recipes focus on the lighter aspect of food, but there are a few “splurge” recipes, as well.
According to guys, these beauty blunders are major first-date turn-offs.
Sure, it seems shallow – but at least these guys are honest.
Wearing too much makeup: Guys want you to wear makeup so it looks
like you are barely wearing makeup. Makes sense. Studies have shown that
guys prefer a more natural.
Don't overdo the perfume either: Guys want to smell you when they lean in
close, not from across the room.
Really long fake nails: Apparently, guys love a nice, clean manicure, but really
hate fake nails. Sweet! Save your money.
Bad breath: This goes both ways! No one wants to lean in and
get a face full of dragon breath.
Nashville News: Friday, 4/17
Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum escaped injury when a tire on her bus caught fire
en route to the ACM Awards in Texas.
Also on the bus were Hillary's husband Chris, their tour manager and the bus driver.
Hillary wrote on Facebook, "Thanking God for our safety and the safety of all of those who
helped put this fire out and keep us safe."
Lady Antebellum, who are up for Vocal Group of the Year, are slated to play on
Sunday's show, which airs live on CBS.
Nashville News: Friday, 4/10
Miranda Lambert, Zac Brown, Jennifer Nettles, Kacey Musgraves
and Martina McBride appear on the DVD A MusiCares Tribute to Carole King.
The show was filmed at the 2014 MusiCares Person of the Year gala in Los Angeles.
Proceeds from sales of the DVD helps music professionals in times of financial,
medical and personal need.
The DVD comes out on June 23rd.