HEAD COACH MIKE MUNCHAK (opening statements) Thank you all for coming. You know for 30 years of service, I was expecting a gold watch or something. I can’t tell you how excited I am, I feel like I hit the jackpot here standing here as the next head coach of the Tennessee Titans. It is […]
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The Bluegrass Ball w/ The Travelin’ McCourys Jeff Austin (Yonder Mountain String Band) Drew Emmitt(Emmitt-Nershi) And Head for the Hills March 10th & 11th at The Abbey Pub – Chicago, IL March 12th & 13th at The Old Rock House – St. Louis, MO Chances are if you’ve been to a bluegrass festival the memories […]
Shane Ownby, an upcoming artists and Nashville Local, started recording his new album back in September of 2010 at Cash Cabin Studios located in Hendersonville, TN, just outside of Nashville. His new project is being produced by Grammy award winning producer John Carter Cash, an accomplished producer, that’s worked with Rick Rubin on his father’s […]
We were out at 12th & Porter last night and had the pleasure of running into these great Artist. They were happy to sit down and talk with us. Jan. 13th, 2011 – Interview with Christen Cole at 12th & Porter. Jan. 13th, 2011 – Interview with Stefanick at 12th & Porter.
On Friday January 7th, Nashville Tennessee, received an open invitation to “Catch the Train” at The Rutledge for a rare and unique performance of unbounded creativity with John Carter Cash. The man of no creative limits has a true passion for being in the studio, Cash Cabin Studios in-particular, located in Hendersonville, TN on the Cash/Carter […]
BY JOE SHIVAK Nashville, TN ( 12/30)………….The Tar Heels of North Caroline beat the University of Tennessee Volunteers in the Music City Bowl at LP Field in Nashville in double overtime. The controversial finish left the entire UT football squad stunned and a partisan Tennessee crowd very upset. As the scoreboard clock ran out with […]
Fairgrounds Speedway’s All American 400 By: Rob Spires If the fat lady has truly sung for the Fairgrounds Speedway, then what a song it was. Acworth, Georgia’s T.J. Reaid and Bowling Green Kentucky’s Dillon Oliver claimed wins in the double header that Mayor Karl Dean has proclaimed will be the last races to take place […]