Miranda Lambert hit the stage in Nashville September 19 with her father, Rick Lambert, during a ‘Front and Center’ CMA Songwriter Series event. The country superstar performed “Greyhound Bound For Nowhere” from her 2005 album, Kerosene, and more. According to The Tennessean, Lambert shared stories of the process making her newest platinum-selling album, The Weight of These Wings. Songwriter Shane McAnally also joined her to reminisce on the days of writing the lead single, “Vice”.
You could WIN one thousand dollars with your VOICE!! It’s time to crown a NEW singing champion…Once again, this popular karaoke contest will be held at Singers Karaoke Club featuring a $1000.00 grand prize courtesy of Onondaga Nation Smoke Shop as well as recording studio time at SubCat Studios! Also sponsored by 92.1 The Wolf & 96.5 The Beat. Auditions will take place on 6 consecutive Mondays, starting on 9/11 and continuing on 9/18, 9/25, 10/2, 10/9 and 10/16. (Finals will be Monday 10/23!)
Posted by heatherdaley on September 19, 2017 in Heather's Blog
YES!!!! You cannot get excited for Halloween, unless you watch the Halloween movie series up until the day – at least that’s how it is in my house… every year!! And next October, Laurie Strode will go face to face with Michael Myers… one last time!!!
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