TidBit: Tonight @stshreveport ... Our last show in May and our 61st show of the year not counting Cruise stuff! Having a great 2013 so far
@Viper_Pete386 starting the day with ORB Classic stuff huh Rooster?? Thanks man!
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Not many bands that started during the 1940's are still making music, but that is not the case for the Oak Ridge Boys. At the start they called themselves the Oak Ridge Quartet, named after the Tennessee city that was part of the massive effort to develop the atomic bomb during World War II. Since then, the group has gone on to win numerous awards and record countless hits. Lead singer Joe Bonsall and tenor William Lee Golden spoke with us about the release of their newest CD It's Only Natural.
KEITH URBAN’S THIRD ANNUAL WE’RE ALL FOR THE HALL BENEFIT CONCERT FOR THE COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME® AND MUSEUM RETURNS TO THE BRIDGESTONE ARENA APRIL 10
KEITH URBAN and VINCE GILL Return To Perform and Musical Director
Performers Include ALABAMA, ALISON KRAUSS & UNION STATION, THE BAND PERRY, BLUE SKY RIDERS, DIAMOND RIO, EXILE, LADY ANTEBELLUM, LITTLE BIG TOWN, THE OAK RIDGE BOYS, PISTOL ANNIES, RASCAL FLATTS and THOMPSON SQUARE
Tickets on Sale January 27 at 10:00 a.m.
The idea for this rare encounter between two seemingly disparate musical forces evolved from a casual conversation between two old friends and colleagues. Television Producer/Band Manager John Shoup, who for the past 38 years has managed the New Orleans-basedDUKES of Dixieland band, happened to pose this question to impresario and starmaker Jim Halsey, who has guided the careers of such illustrious personalities as Roy Clark, Waylon Jennings, Reba McEntire, Tammy Wynette, Merle Haggard, Dwight Yoakum, The Judds, The Righteous Brothers and who has managed The Oak Ridge Boys since the mid '70s: "Hey, what would happen if we ever merged country with Dixie?" Halsey's response: "I don't know, let's try it."
By SUE MANNING Associated Press
LOS ANGELES—Tony La Russa would like his dog to spend more time in his lap. Bob Barker would like his rabbit to spend more time in its litter box. And Lea Michele would like her cat to spend less time in her cotton ball jar.
The Associated Press asked several celebrity pet owners about New Year's resolutions for their animals—and resolutions their pets might have for them.
La Russa, the reigning World Series champion manager, would like it if his 12-year-old Chihuahua Twiggy would jump into his lap every time he sat down. "I'd like that affectionate reassurance every time, not just sometimes," he said.
And on behalf of Twiggy, La Russa would resolve to "be the person that Twiggy wants me to be and deserves for me to be."
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