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Album Review: Lee Roy Parnell - 'Every Night's A Saturday Night'

Lee Roy Parnell released his fifth album, Every Night’s A Saturday Night, in June 1997. Parnell co-produced the project, his second release for Arista imprint Career Records, along with his touring band The Hot Links. 364 more words

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National Apple Dumpling Day: Get Trisha Yearwood's Recipe

There’s no better way to kick off fall than with apples – make that apple dumplings!

Wednesday (Sept. 17), is National Apple Dumpling Day and to celebrate, US99.5 is adding a little country twist to the delicious pastry by asking Trisha Yearwood for some help. 173 more words


Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood Concert

Let me back up a little to tell you just how I ended up so close to Garth Brooks!  My sister Kate received two Garth Brooks tickets for her birthday from her boyfriend.  777 more words


Review: Garth Brooks in Chicago!

While everyone was at the Rascal Flatts show in Tampa on Sept 12th, I took an 18 hour trip to Chicago to see Garth Brooks. When the tickets went on sale about a month ago, my cousin back home in Rockford, Illinois asked me if I wanted to go. 1,872 more words


Garth Brooks' Daughter Takes The Stage

When Garth Brooks took the stage for his final comeback show in Chicago, he brought out a very special guest. His teenage daughter, Allie. 182 more words


Trisha Yearwood Teams Up With Kelly Clarkson On New Single 'PrizeFighter'

Trisha Yearwood has teamed up with Kelly Clarkson and is poised to hit the airwaves with her brand-new single, a song called “PrizeFighter!” Trisha tells us that a million things went through her head when she first heard this song and she hopes that others will find it as inspiring as she did! 167 more words


Trending Today: FGL Records Music For Football, Zac Recipes, Garth Epic Final Show

** Florida Georgia Line is trending today as they’ve recorded a customized version of “That’s What’s Up” from their upcoming Anything Goes album. They recorded it for CBS Sports’ coverage of SEC football. 113 more words