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Album Review: Crystal Gayle - 'Three Good Reasons'

1992’s Three Good Reasons was Crystal Gayle’s final major label album, released during the time that Capitol Nashville was known as Liberty Records. It was a last-ditch effort to get back on the radio. 613 more words

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Melbourne based screenwriter, novelist and one of Australia’s most successful playwrights on the international stage, Joanna Murray-Smith, has won the inaugural Mona Brand Award for Women Stage and Screen Writers which was presented in a ceremony at the State Library of NSW on 7 November 2016. 459 more words

Review - Garth Brooks' "Baby, Let's Lay Down and Dance"

Two years ago country music saw the return of one of its most popular sons. After nearly a decade of retirement from recording new music and touring, Garth Brooks made his big return in 2014. 790 more words


Album Review: Clay Walker - 'She Won't Be Lonely Long'

Clay’s first album in three years was released in 2010. It was mainly produced by Keith Stegall, with Doug Johnson taking the helm for a few tracks, but neither man shows his usual light hand. 431 more words

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Album Review: Clay Walker - 'Say No More'

Giant Records folded in November 2001, just two weeks after Clay Walker released Say No More, his sixth album for the label. Warner Bros. Nashville took over the promotional duties for the album almost immediately. 478 more words

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Cooking Reality Shows: Changing the Face of Gastronomy?

This month we are publishing Gastronomy, Tourism and the Media by Warwick Frost, Jennifer Laing, Gary Best, Kim Williams, Paul Strickland and Clare Lade. In this post, Jennifer discusses the rise of reality TV cooking shows and how they have influenced people’s interest in food and cooking. 783 more words


Why BIG Money Controls All Politics

…unless you are Bernie Sanders, which makes him even more amazing than he already was… Out-raising Clinton?  Impressive. Not to mention blowing the doors off all feeble Republican efforts. 625 more words