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Week in Pictures #40

Wow, considering that it is now Wednesday this post is even more behind than normal – my excuse, as ever, is it that it’s been a very busy few days! 160 more words

The Week

Historic Homes and Honky Tonk

There are many historic homes in the Nashville area. This kind of sightseeing may or may not be of interest to Tim, but I will remind him that it will be my anniversary, too. 577 more words

Jerrod Nieman's Bad-Ass Song "Donkey" [LYRIC VIDEO]

“Donkey” – A track off of Jerrod Nieman‘s High Noon album -  gets my vote for the most bad-ass bro-country song in the first part of 2014. 163 more words

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Kansas City Stars

Ryan made a fine breakfast of fluffy, yellow scrambled eggs (a trick I have never mastered), creamy sausage gravy, flaky biscuits, and soft, fried potato wedges - we took care of the food straightaway, and Ryan and Ben headed out for a lumber yard to fix our loft bed, which had snapped after a previous attempt to make a cut-out for the bass drum road case.   983 more words

Business Tripping: Nashville & Podunk Pennsylvania

One expectation that this new job of mine has is that I travel occasionally.  Both my outings thus far have been training exercises rather than the absolute norm of my employment, but it looks like there are some other opportunities off on the horizon.   777 more words

Travelling

Taking this Show on the Road

A brief history of the band:

We started in spring 2012 as a trio – two guitars and a bass.  I was supposed to be sort of the co-lead singer with a fella named Scott, who is responsible for the bulk of our original catalog, and who happens to be a fine western swing guitarist, but who ultimately was unable to commit to the project.   1,061 more words

THOUGH THEY MAY NOT BE PRIM AND PROPER, RICHMOND’S THE SOUTHERN BELLES COMBINE A MELTING POT OF CLASSIC ROCK INFLUENCES WITH A MODERN TWIST

INTERVIEWED BY MARIANNA CAMPANO PHOTOS PROVIDED BY THE SOUTHERN BELLES AND MARK PETERSON

Members of THE SOUTHERN BELLES may be relatively young in age, but they are more steeped in the Richmond music scene than some of the oldest veterans. 967 more words

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