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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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
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
Let’s dispel the myths, make visible the truth, and correct the wrong.
This will be a longer post and will include many citations, but it was great fun reading researching, and writing. 1,327 more words
My player is Jean Bartholomew.
As expected, the field has gone deep into the alternate list. Picked up Jean Monday afternoon. After adding a new Callaway driver to the bag, we caught up with Laticia Beck and Lisa Ferraro on the fourth tee for a little practice. 274 more words