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Happy Dwight Yoakam Day

What better way to start getting into a weekend mood than by celebrating US country legend, Dwight Yoakam’s birthday.  In the UK, outside of those with a nose for Americana, Yoakam is probably recognised more for his acting.   269 more words

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‘Glamburger': The world’s most expensive burger

You may have seen previous ‘world’s most expensive’ food items here, including America’s most expensive burgers. Now, London restaurant Honky Tonk, in partnership with… 125 more words

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Sick Of Ocean Drive Hostesses Shoving Menus In Your Face? So Are Beach Pols

It looks like Miami Beach pols are sick and tired of having all those Eastern European student visa holders on Ocean Drive interrupting their Saturday strolls. 341 more words

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'The Glamburger', World's Most EXPENSIVE Burger! HOLY MOLY! (VIDEO)

I am SALIVATING. Groupon has partnered with UK restaurant ‘Honky Tonk’ to create the world’s most EXPENSIVE burger.

This thing is aggressive on all ends. Besides looking like pretty much the most delicious thing to ever exist, it comes with a $1,700 price tag AND a hefty amount of calories– 2,618 of them to be exact. 120 more words

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Honky Tonk Serves Up £1,100 Glamburger

It’s being touted as the world’s (current) most expensive burger.  It carries a pricetag of £1,100.00, before service charge. It contains 2,618 calories and is formed predominantly from 220g of Kobe Wagyu beef.   431 more words

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Hoity Toity Honky Tonk

‘The first music genre to be commonly known as honky tonk music was a style of piano playing […] emphasizing rhythm more than melody or harmony; the style evolved in response to an environment where the pianos were often poorly cared for, tending to be out of tune and having some nonfunctioning keys.’  (Wikipedia)

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at the New England Shake-Up

Rockabilly is a musical genre tracing its roots to 50’s music and today having stylistic similarities to the likes of Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, and even Elvis. 307 more words

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