Sorry I haven’t posted about this award show yet. I said today I would but my dog had her puppies right after I got back from the ER for a abscess tooth infection. The swelling is going down. Sorry TMI probably but tomorrow I will be posting a few new posts. ACM post will be included.
Seriously how cute are they! 🙂 We are naming the brown and white one Nala from The Lion King!
I have been obsessed with this song the day it was first posted on the internet! I remember waiting and hitting refresh until it finally popped up on my screen. This girl is an inspiration to all women. Since Lauren got runner up (should have been 1st place) on American Idol season 10 she has come a very long way with her Debut Album ‘Wildflower’ debuting at #5 on the Billboard 200 charts and #2 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Dec. 10th 2012 she won New Artist of the Year at the American Country Awards. Having been there to see the reaction of the crowd you would think she won Single of the Year. I personally think she should have. If you didn’t cry watching that, you have a stone heart! We all felt a sense of pride in her as if she were our Friend/Family member winning this grand award because she makes us all feel so close to her!
With all this success she has had, Lauren has also been going through a lot privately. She was always the bubbly, open booked girl who seemed to have everything, including her amazing family, together. Until recently, that is, when she opened up about her father battling with alcoholism. Like Lauren does with everything, she made this terrible thing a learning experience. The amazing and beautiful song “Same Day Different Bottle” came out of it. I remember her saying that the song was therapy for her. It opened a line of communication between her and her father and really helped them deal with everything. I love knowing that through all of their problems Lauren will always support her dad and vice versa. Family is most important above everything else for the Suddeth family.
I feel for her even more now that her parents are going through a divorce. We can all imagine how hard that would be to deal with. At first it seemed like everyone was fighting it from happening but now both Kristy and J.J. seem happier and healthier. I LOVE her family and hope everything works out for them.
Alaina hopes to record this track on her sophomore album. I see a #1 hit in her near future, once it is released on country radio, of course. Until then, hear her new single here! You may just love it as much as I do!
Ever wondered what your first tweet ever said? Instead of going through your timeline (which would take like a zillion hours for some of us) there is now a site to find it.
You can type in your username or the username of any person you are curious to see what their first tweet was.
I was sure my first tweet was about Lauren Alaina and I was right. I retweeted one of her tweets.
A few more #firsttweets are from @Lauren_Alaina
This is pretty interesting and I’ll probably be obsessed with this for awhile.
Just got the email that the Joe Nichols show is sold out! Looks like everyone in Sacramento wants to see him while he is here. Maybe, if we are lucky he will make an appearance at Golf and Guitars! One can only hope right?
The 101.9 The Wolf email said “The Joe Nichols show is right around the corner and tickets are SOLD OUT!!! Now, the only way to get in the door is by winning your way in. Be sure to listen closely for the cues to call because each DJ will have your last minute ticket hook up! If you already have your tickets, we are excited to see you at the Davis Grad (805 Russell Blvd) on Wednesday, March 26th when Joe Nichols, Rachel Steele & Road 88 and Jackson Michelson take the Davis Grad stage.
Charlie Worsham is coming back to town and this time he is hitting the stage at Stoney’s Rockin Rodeo on April 24th. Get your tickets now at Stoney’s Rockin Rodeo, or visit 1019thewolf.com for more ticket information. Also, all week, Jay Roberts will have pairs of tickets to see Charlie Worsham to give away!
Will Hoge will be at Assembly (1000 K Street, Sacramento) May 8th. Listen all week with Boomer for your chances to win your way to the show!
If that’s not enough tickets for us to give away, then be sure to tune in with Mike Allen for your chances to win tickets to see Tim McGraw with special guests Kip Moore and Cassadee Pope at the Sleep Train Amphitheatre on May 9th.” These are just a few of the many Country Music shows that will hit Sacramento this Spring/Summer. It’s going to be a wonderful season of Country Music. I don’t know about you but I can’t wait for all of the outside events coming soon. Country Uncorked and Golf and Guitars are just the first of many! 🙂
The best event of the year, Golf and Guitars, is just around the corner and I couldn’t be more excited! I’m already trying to find the perfect outfit for both days since I can’t wear the same dress for day one and day two. Anyway, let’s get some predictions on who you think will be there or who yoy want to see play this year! Everyone is great but I have a few fav’s of my own I hope to be there.
Ex. The Farm Music, Dan and Shay, and American Young!
I predict to see Love and Theft,
and Jerrod Niemann just to name a few.
Info on who will be at this years G&G will be announced April 1st but Montgomery Gentry has been confirmed for 2014!
I can’t wait for this event. I look forward to it most out of all the events I go to every year! It is personal and friendly. All the artists take time to talk to, autograph and take pictures with the fans. The golf tournament the second day is open to the public and free. This is the time to really mingle and rub elbows with your favorite country artists. I wonder who else will be there?
You can find the entire list of artists attending and performing at the event here as soon as I get the info. April 1st check back to see if your favorites will be there!
You can expect interviews posted on here May 19th and 20th maybe the 21st depending on how long the after party is 😉
March 31st at The Old Sugar Mill you will see ‘Slow Me Down and A Little Bit Stronger’ singer Sara Evans, Jason Michael Carroll who sings ‘Close Enough’, and Austin Webb. This is a pretty cool line up with tickets for only $25.
Enjoy a concert under the stars with wine tasting and cheese and chocolate samplings at many of the Old Sugar Mill wineries. There will also be Vendors with food and drinks you can purchase.