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Thomas Rhett's Biggest Challenge Recording Crash And Burn

Thomas Rhett says his latest single, Crash and Burn, is “the hardest song” that he sings. Talking to Pat backstage prior to his concert Friday night at Toyota Amphitheater, Rhett said the song was “challenging” from the moment he heard the demo. 186 more words

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Life's Little Enjoyments

I really think I need a life. Like really fast. I got over excited over a tweet today. Yup, how sad am I for getting over excited over a tweet. 1,459 more words

The Thing About Live Country Music

On Sunday evenings, a local radio station features live country music events. You get to hear some of your favorite songs live before you hear them in concert. 335 more words

Music

Audio Book Reviews: I Was Told There'd Be Cake and The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl

So, it has been so long since I posted anything; you, dear reader, are probably wondering if I even read anymore, or write–or since I haven’t been doing those two things–breathe. 479 more words

Books

Thomas Rhett's "Crash and Burn": Musical Insights

In the “Musical Insights” series, country artists share their thoughts on some of their most popular tunes.

The son of one Nashville’s most prolific songwriters ( 202 more words

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Go Backstage With Chris Stapleton On Tour!

We love Chris Stapleton in Chicago! Not only does he have a brand new solo album available everywhere (“Traveller”) but he’s written dozens of songs for other stars, including “Drink A Beer” for Luke Bryan, “Crash and Burn” for Thomas Rhett and “Never Wanted Nothing More” for Kenny Chesney. 33 more words

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Dear future missed home Christmases,

I lit a gingerbread candle today for sentimental reasons, and I am going to tell you all about it.

Some Christmases ago, seeing my friend Barbie come to work was a treat: I knew she was bringing me a fancy bag of gingerbread cookies with my name neatly printed on a piece of colored paper. 630 more words

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