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Thinking Right About Pop Culture: Drive (for Daddy Gene)

What follows are programme notes for the “Conservative Song” segment of Radio Carpe Diem compiled by Luke Torrisi. The notes were produced for a recent broadcast, and form the basis of a live on-air discussion about conservative and traditionalist themes that can be inferred from items of popular music.  1,615 more words


Encore, 'There's a Power in the Blood'

Erlene suggested this hymn to start the day, and I hope you all don’t mind if I go again with this rendition by Alan Jackson–not ordinarily my kind of music, but this I like: … 7 more words


Scotty McCreery Does Classic Country Medley

I’m a HUGE Scotty McCreery fan, I mean, he has one of the most recognizable, deep, beautiful voices in country music today. I enjoy his covers and songs IMMENSELY… (If you were at my Pajama Jammie Jam, you heard him cover an R&B song even!!!) Well, Scotty gave us all a treat by doing a classic country medley… we’re talking Alan Jackson, Merle Haggard and more!


Album Review: Clay Walker - 'If I Could Make A Living'

Clay’s second album was released in September 1994. The engagingly bouncy title track was written by Alan Jackson, Keith Stegall and Roger Murrah, and charged to #1 on the country charts. 362 more words

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Throwback Throw Down: Best Cheating Song [POLL]

It’s time for a new competition between Scott, Heather, and Kelli. Check out their picks for best Throwback Cheating Song.

Scott’s Pick: Alan Jackson “Who’s Cheatin’ Who” 36 more words


Lyric Overload

Has anyone else ever thought about how weird it is that there are some days we can barely remember our name, but we can remember every lyric to a song we learned when we were 5? 1,388 more words


By Request, 'Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus'

Sweet and gentle, soothing to the soul–Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus, performed by Alan Jackson. Thank you, Erlene, for suggesting it.

The rest of you–well, hey, the hymn shop’s always open. 13 more words