Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Spring in Middle Tennessee....April 2016






Taylor Swift..at Coachella...Fangirling Her Boyfriend Calvin Harris...


Dixie Chicks Tour Again...First Europe

Translated from GERMAN to English:


Despite the excellent performance of the Dixie Chicks some criticism is allowed

The sound was great, just too loud. Simply too loud. Towards the end of the concert he was almost unbearably loud. It can not be but that the texts perish in guitar barrage. It is clear that the Dixie Chicks are not entertainers, but a few words to the audience, for example, announce the next song are always perceived as sympathetic. Ever lacked Song nomination completely. Either go the Dixie Chicks on the assumption that, all who attend the concert bought their CDs and know the songs or why they regarded that as incidental. The organizers could make a contribution with the designation of a byline on the video screens left and right of the stage. Technically bout no problem, the director could easily adjust it, but you'd want it.
Finally, please note that the two-hour concert with about 20 numbers offered a wide musical style width. Noticeably was the enthusiasm of the Dixie Chicks. Hopefully this keeps up for the rest of the tour.



Goalie for a Day..NHL Nashville

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Paisley/Fogerty at the Opry



BRAD PAISLEY WELCOMES FRIEND AND MUSIC LEGEND JOHN FOGERTY 
FOR SPECIAL SURPRISE PERFORMANCE AT TUESDAY NIGHT'S GRAND OLE OPRY



Rock & Roll Hall of Famer John Fogerty joins Brad Paisley on 
the Grand Ole Opry Tuesday night


Nashville- (April 13, 2016) – Grand Ole Opry member Brad Paisley surprised the audience at Tuesday night’s Grand Ole Opry, welcoming friend and Rock & Roll Hall of Famer John Fogerty for the music legend’s Opry debut. After performing three of his own hits, Paisley introduced the crowd to Fogerty,  saying to the audience, “We’re going to play some music and you’re going to know these songs, so sing along.” The crowd did just that, joining Paisley and Fogerty first on the American anthem “Lookin’ Out My Back Door” then on Fogerty’s 1985 hit “Centerfield.”

“I do want to tell you what an honor it is to be standing here,” Fogerty said between songs, to which Paisley assured him, “The honor is ours.”

Called back on the Opry stage for an encore after their first collaborations, Paisley laughed when asking Fogerty, “Do you know any more songs?” The pair then ended the night with a standing ovation performance of “Proud Mary.”

Among those coming soon to the Opry stage are Vince Gill, Montgomery Gentry, Rascal Flatts, Chris Janson, Kelsea Ballerini, David Nail, Lauren Alaina, Chris Young, Craig Morgan, Dustin Lynch, Charles Esten, and many more. Among artists scheduled to make their Grand Ole Opry debuts are Tara Thompson, Maren Morris and Brothers Osborne.