It look like Blake Shelton is making up with country's older generation of performers, one by one. Earlier this week, Merle Haggard became the latest classic country star to forgive the reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year for some comments he made about "old farts" in country music not being open-minded to change.
No genre of music tells a story like country music does. They're without a doubt some of the most powerful songs on the radio. They're even more powerful when they're about moms. With Mother's Day coming up this Sunday, I thought I'd share with you some of my favorite songs about moms.
Twitter has been around for years. But I'd like to argue that it's now the biggest social networking site on the internet. Not because there are a ton of people that use it. It's more about who is using it.
How cool is George Jones? He's so cool that he doesn't get caught up in all the wedding hoopla that many celebrities get caught up in. He takes his bride to Burger King for their reception! But I guess that could happen when it's your 4th marriage.
Earlier this year, Merle Haggard was honored at The Kennedy Center Honors beside others such as Oprah Winfrey, Paul McCartney, Bill T. Jones, and Jerry Herman. But along side his honor, The Hag had some good news to pass on to his fans.
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